Grassroots football wouldn’t exist without volunteers
From secretaries and coaches, to line markers and tea makers, local clubs need volunteers to keep running. Many of these roles require specific skills, such as treasurer or groundsperson, rather than an in depth knowledge of the football. This means that even if you aren't an expert in the game, you may still be able to play a big part in helping others get out and enjoy playing.
Below are some of the roles that you could get involved in at a club or league and a brief explanation what each does.
All clubs need pitches to play on, with lines marked and grass cut. Then there's equipment such as goals and corner flags that need setting up. Without these there would be no games