Football Association keen to hear views of young people

PUBLISHED: 18:47 04 December 2017

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The Football Association are keen to gather the thoughts of young people between then ages of 14 and 25 with regard to their views on the game.

The FA Youth Council are conducting research to gain a better understanding of the diversity of our current and future volunteer workforce and young people involved in football across England.

A spokesperson for the FA said: “We want to know the views of all young people aged 14-25, whether you play, volunteer or watch football. Even if you’re not currently involved in football we would really like to hear your views.

The survey should only take about five to 10 minutes and all answers will be completely anonymous.

What’s more, by completing the survey people will have then chance to win two tickets to an England game at Wembley Stadium!

The closing date for completing the survey is Friday, December 14, 2017.

The survey can be found at www.surveys.thefa.com/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=760H8536

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