Football Federation

Welcome to the Football Federation

The Small Sided Football Federation represents the collective aims and objectives of the biggest providers of small sided football in the United Kingdom.

In partnership with the eight founder members, the Federation represents more than 75% of the total number of small sided football teams. In total, our members manage, deliver and are responsible for more than 336,000 players a week in what has been the fastest growing version of the game over the past 10 years.

The success of the small sided game has seen the investment of millions of pounds into new facilities which provide playing opportunities for all members of the community in surroundings that provide a first class football experience. It is this investment and commercial approach to the game that has driven growth in the number of participants at a time when traditional 11 a side parks football is in decline.

With the sole purpose of the Football Federation being to represent its members' interests, the Federation carries out activities that would be difficult or impossible for any individual organisation to do on their own. Companies which normally compete with one another are able to operate together for the general good as one unified organisation, and as a result a stronger voice will be heard.

Latest News

New “Football Football” season starts Saturday 18th September

Powerleague, Goals and Playfootball have launched a new season of the popular “Football Football” programme on Saturday 18th... + click for more

New Veterans football programme starts Sunday 3rd October

Football REPLAY is a new opportunity for men over 35 to carry on playing the beautiful game and is being operated by Powerleague, Playfootball, Goals and Pitch Invasion... + click for more

Football Football goes live

A new and innovative programme for young players aged between 5 to 12 has been launched in 5 centres heralding a collaborative approach from Goals, Powerleague and Playfootball.
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