The Football Foundation’s Junior Kit scheme offers £400 vouchers
for new football kit and equipment to teams of U18s and adults with
learning disabilities at schools and clubs across the country.
Items available include a full strip, training bibs, balls, flags and
kit bags – everything a young footballer needs to play the game and all
absolutely free of charge.
A ‘fitted’ female range of kits for girls is also now available to
help support the growth of the women’s game as the fastest growing sport
in the country.
England and Arsenal star Theo Walcott, Ambassador for the Football
Foundation’s Junior Kit Scheme, said: “I know how important it is for
young players to feel they are wearing the best kit when running out on
"The Junior Kit Scheme is a great opportunity to get free kits from
the Football Foundation, which I wear in the Premier League.”
The Football Foundation receives £15 million a year from each of its
funding partners – The Football Association, the Premier League and
Government. Its Junior Kit Scheme provides £1 million worth of kit and
equipment to junior clubs and schools every year, ensuring young players
of all abilities have the best possible start in the game. Over 220,000
youngsters have been kitted out through the scheme so far.
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