For Club and Country - A WW1 local football team who still exist to this day
The Football Association (FA) is the national governing body for football within England. Visit the website to find out more information on national events, competitions and courses.
To find out more information on events in Nottinghamshire visit the Nottinghamshire Football Association.
There are a number of football clubs within the district that play competitively at a range of levels and offer coaching for boys, girls and seniors.
To find your nearest Football Club visit the Nottinghamshire Sport website.
Local leisure centres
Football (including indoor and junior and walking football) is available at all four of our local leisure centres.
For more information visit Active4today
The district has a wealth of sports pitches, tennis courts and bowling greens.
Find a local sports ground or facility using our sports A to Z.
You Can Do Sport
Enjoy football and want to get involved as a career?
You Can Do Sport offers a sports education and professional football coaching programme in association with Magnus Academy. Open to girls and boys aged 16-18 years, students split their time 50:50 between the classroom and the pitch working towards a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport (equivalent to 3 A-Levels).
Based at the brand-new YMCA Sports Village for coaching sessions, students will be taught by UEFA Pro qualified and former Nottingham Forest first team coach and player Ian McParland and Andy Reid. Students will also be given the opportunity to further their education with FA accredited qualifications in both coaching and refereeing.
For more information please go to You Can Do Sport