St George’s Park gets the royal seal of approval
The FA’s fantastic new National Football Centre, St. George’s Park, was officially opened by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge this week.
Set in the Staffordshire countryside, it will become a sporting destination of choice for coaches, players, administrators and officials alike from English football.
Wembley Postal Address
The Football Association, Wembley Stadium, PO Box 1966, London SW1P 9EQ
Please note that all mail items will go through a screening process before delivery to the stadium and therefore all written correspondence will be directed to this location which carries the SW1 postcode.
The FA will retain our physical address on printed material which carries an HA9 postcode so to ensure visitors are not misdirected.
The Football Association, Wembley Stadium, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 0WS
The main phone number for The FA will be 0844 980 8200 while the main fax number will be 0844 980 8201.
Existing extension numbers will be retained for all staff and it will be possible for external callers to directly dial staff by dialling the main number followed by a # and then the individual extension number. The new numbers are now active alongside the existing numbers.
Staff will not have their own dedicated fax number. However the fax number of the Football Services National Game is 0844 980 0682 and any faxes will then be forwarded onto individual staff members within the division.
The main phone number for calls specifically relating to Wembley Stadium will continue to be 0844 980 8001.
Get into Football
Get into Football is The FA's first campaign aimed at promoting our football development initiatives to all children and parents.
As the guardians of the game, it is The FA's role is to ensure there are opportunities for all to play the game and also engage people at all levels in off-the-field roles.
It's about doing things properly. About making sure everyone has a chance to be involved in football, regardless of ability, race, religion or background.
About encouraging and increasing the involvement of groups at all levels of football by recognising that inequalities exist and taking steps to address them. It's about making opportunities available where currently they are limited.
It is the work of our 270 football development officers locally that helps us to deliver our objectives of football for all. Wherever you live, football in your region is governed by your County Football Association and each has its own football development department whose job it is to develop local opportunities.
They are there on the other end of the phone or e-mail to support you to get into football.