FA Community Award Winners 2012

Cargo Fleet Charter Standard Club of Year
Cargo Fleet Charter Standard Club of Year
Cargo Fleet Charter Standard Club of Year
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The 2012 FA Community Awards presented by McDonalds, recognise and reward the people and organisations driving grassroots football.

The Awards build on the continued commitment of McDonald’s to improve standards of community football and increase participation across all aspects of grassroots football through FA Charter Standard Clubs and Leagues.

The full list of winners for 2012 are as follows:

Outstanding Contribution to Community Football Award
John Jeffrey – Wigginton Grasshoppers FC & York Minster Engineering Football League

The FA Charter Standard Community Club Award
Poppleton Junior Football Club

The FA Charter Development Club Award
Cayton Corinthians Junior Football Club

The FA Charter Standard Club Award
Cargo Fleet Junior Football Club 
The FA Charter Standard League Award
York Mitchell Sports Football League

Volunteer of the Year Award
Trevor Wing – Thornaby FC

Young Volunteer of the Year Award
Alain Mansell – Huntington Junior FC 

Coach of the Year Award
Paul Bird – Copmanthorpe FC

On behalf of the North Riding FA we would like to congratulate all of the above winners on their fantastic achievements. Each of the individuals/clubs were presented with their various awards at the 2012 North Riding FA Presentation Night.

Pictures of all of the winners can be seen by clicking here  

Over the coming years, McDonald’s will continue its work with The FA which aims to help coaches play an even greater role in their local communities through the FA Charter Standard League programme to ultimately improve standards at grassroots level. As The FA’s Community Partner since 2002, McDonald’s has helped to create more football for all by training and recruiting over 20,000 qualified football coaches and offering 2 million hours of free, quality football to young players across the UK. The partnership will also support 400,000 volunteers, 6,000 grassroots clubs and create a total of 30,000 qualified coaches by 2014.

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