Bradford, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 24, 2009 -- With over 25,000 teams playing small sided football across England, the FA Small Sided Centre of the Year Award is highly prestigious and desirable in this rapidly expanding market place. This year the competition was hotly contested as all national and single operators vied to take the title.
After much consideration The FA Small Sided Football Committee bestowed the award for 2009 to the Goals Soccer Centre in Bradford.
The FA Small Sided Football Centre Award is eligible for small sided providers who run and operate their own small sided facility. Successful applicants need to demonstrate the quality of their operation in providing small sided football, but also need to evidence how they are helping to develop the game and reach out to the local community in effective and innovative ways.
The FA National Manager for Small Sided Football, Simon Walker, said that the Goals Soccer Centre in Bradford had â....demonstrated outstanding commitment to running a quality small sided football operation, as well as striving to develop 5-a-side football within the local community. They are a shining example of how small sided football can be used as a powerful tool to engage people from different backgrounds for a variety of socially beneficial reasons, ranging from anti-crime, education, health & obesity issues.â
To find out more about Goals Soccer Centres please visit: http://www.goalsfootball.co.uk