Grassroots Football Excellence Awards
To recognise those making a difference
Along with our sponsor, Charlton Baker, we want to reward the remarkable contribution football volunteers in Wiltshire. Without the time, dedication and commitment volunteers demonstrate in football clubs and leagues, grassroots football would simply not exist.
Alongside the FA and McDonalds Awards, the Wiltshire FA & Charlton Baker Grassroots Football Excellence Awards 2020 will introduce additional awards to recognise and thank more clubs, leagues, volunteers and projects that are making a difference in grassroots football in Wiltshire with a big celebration event next summer.
Nominations Closed. Charlton Baker Grassroots Football Excellence Awards Categories:
Making a Difference Award
This award is for anyone who is making or has made a significant difference in grassroots football. The nominee’s involvement in grassroots football may be making a difference to the community, they may be making an impact in developing the game For All, or they might have dedicated a lifetime to the grassroots game to develop a lasting legacy in football.
This award will recognise those individuals who are leading by example and striving to make football the best it can be in Wiltshire.
Nominations are not accepted for this award. The winner will be chosen from all the nominations.
Ability Counts Excellence Award
This award is for volunteers, teams or individuals who are supporting disability football. The nominee may have had significant achievements in disability football or encouraged others to be the best they can be.
This award recognised those individuals committed to developing football For All.
Outstanding Personal Achievement Award
This award is for anyone rising to and overcoming challenges with football. The nominee may have shown determination to overcome adversity.
This award recognises the positive impact football can have on people’s lives.
Inclusive Football and Community Involvement Award
This award recognises clubs, teams, projects and individuals who are uniting people of any age, ethnicity and from any background.
The nominee may have demonstrated fairness and integrity in football to ensure the game is For All or may be developing inspiring ways to increase their reach or may be finding ways to encourage more engagement with the community.
This award recognises those people who are using football to enhance the Wiltshire community by inspiring positive behaviour and creating fun, safe, inclusive environments for people to enjoy the game.
This award recognises individuals who are striving to be the best they can be.
The nominee may be dedicated to progressing through the development and education pathway, developing skills to improve the standard of football in Wiltshire.
This award recognises those people who are reaching for improvement and innovation.
Wildcats Centre of the Year
This award recognises Wildcats centres who are providing the best environment for girls to give football a try.
The nominated centre may be making significant strides to create a fun, social, safe, girls-only environment where the youngsters can learn new skills, make friends and have fun.
This award recognises the commitment for development and growth in football to make sure it is a game For All.
Nominations Closed. The FA and McDonald's Grassroots Football Award Categories:
There are 10 categories to vote in, celebrating individuals, teams, clubs, projects, leagues and volunteers locally.
- Grassroots Coach of the Year (Adult Team)
- Grassroots Coach of the Year (Youth Team)
- Grounds Team of the Year
- Grassroots Club of the Year
- Grassroots League of the Year
- Grassroots Volunteer of the Year
- Rising Star of the Year
- We Only Do Positive Respect Award
- Grassroots Match Official of the Year
- Grassroots Project of the Year
- The Bobby Moore Award - This is the 11th category that we use to take the opportunity to celebrate one of the winners from across the 10 national winners – a winner that exemplifies the true spirit of grassroots football in England. This is the prestigious Bobby Moore Award, and the winner is chosen by our national panel.