football

  1. Football Events

    ​After announcing that Qatar would host the 2022 FIFA World Cup way back in 2018, we were honoured to find out that we had been chosen to supply the tournament with our FIFA Approved, Stadium PRO Goals, to every stadium hosting the matches at the prestigious, global event!

  2. Football

    Football has long been the most popular sport in the UK, and with the success of the women’s and men’s home nation teams in international competitions, people of all ages and abilities have been inspired to get involved with the sport, both on and off the field. There’s never been a better time to help grow the grassroots community. If you’re thinking about starting a football club, you’ll find that there are many challenges to overcome, but the result could be valuable to your whole community for years to come. This article provides an overview of the factors you should consider when starting a new football team from scratch in England – from costs to registrations and player trials. Insights from Ian Grange, Head of Facilities and Development at the Norfolk FA are also included to make sure your new team has the best possible start.

  3. Football

    Suffolk based and market leading manufacturer of sports equipment, Harrod Sport, first supplied goals to the UEFA Euro at Wembley Stadium in 1996. Since then, the company has gone on to build a 20-year relationship with the stadium and has supplied a plethora of equipment throughout that time. Most recently, their FIFA Approved Stadium Pro Goals were used throughout UEFA Women’s EURO’s 2022. From MK Dons to Sheffield United, their goals were at the forefront of every stage of this much anticipated tournament.

  4. Other Sports

    Taking part in sport is something that brings with it an incredible variety of benefits. Improved physical and mental health, developing skills and making new friends are just the start of it. But while 40% of people exercise regularly, just 10.6% participate in sport once a week or more.

  5. Football

    The FA has a set criteria for football ground grading requirements which covers the Conference League and below. Working alongside all of the leagues in the National League, a standardised 'National Ground Grading Document' has been produced to assist clubs with meeting the grading requirements as they progress through the National League system.