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The FA

The FA - What We Do

The FA Group doesn't just govern and develop the game. We are also committed to improving our reputation for innovation and excellence by using the power of football to build a better future.

At The FA, equality, diversity and inclusion means valuing and celebrating our differences. Nurturing the right working environment and culture means everyone thrives and can be themselves. For the game, it means everyone's welcome, ensuring differences between us do not create barriers to getting into football and staying involved. Differences can be something tangible like gender, race and ethnicity. Less obvious differences include heritage, religion, sexual orientation, unseen disabilities, family or social status and age. We believe embracing equality, diversity and inclusion makes us stronger, and better equipped to meet the challenges of the modern game.

Our Venues

Our jobs are UK wide, as well as two world-class venues:

St. George’s Park in Burton-on-Trent is The FA’s National Football Centre.

Wembley Stadium reopened in May 2007. This iconic landmark hosts everything from football matches to rock concerts and other popular events that demand world-class facilities.

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Our Values

We believe that the best chance of achieving these objectives is with a healthy culture. At The FA, we live our PRIDE values in everything that we do:

  • Progressive - We embrace new thinking in the pursuit of continuous improvement
  • Respectful - We set the standards for respectful behaviour across the game
  • Inclusive - We champion and ensure that football is and will remain a game for everyone
  • Determined - We are tenacious and accountable to each other in serving the whole game and doing the right thing
  • Excellent - The very best outcome can only be achieved by sustained excellence in performance

Diversity & Inclusion

At The FA, equality, diversity and inclusion means valuing and celebrating our differences. Nurturing the right working environment and culture means everyone thrives and can be themselves. For the game, it means everyone's welcome, ensuring differences between us do not create barriers to getting into football and staying involved.

Differences can be something tangible like gender, race and ethnicity. Less obvious differences include heritage, religion, sexual orientation, unseen disabilities, family or social status and age.

We believe embracing equality, diversity and inclusion makes us stronger, and better equipped to meet the challenges of the modern game. Despite our individual differences, one thing should never be different – the game is FOR ALL.

Benefits at The FA

List of all the benefits that The FA are offering their employees. Benefits may vary depending on role, location and length of service.

  • Pension Scheme
  • Childcare Vouchers
  • Season Ticket Loans
  • Cycle2Work
  • Life Assurance
  • Annual Leave - 25 Days
  • Private Healthcare
  • Subsidised Fitness Facilities
  • Complimentary Match Day Tickets For FA Events
  • Priority Purchase Tickets for Other Events
  • Complimentary Stadium Tours

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Surrey FA Discipline Commission Members

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Education Delivery Coordinator

Courier Tatenhill, Burton upon Trent DE13 9RN, UK

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Open Men's Physical Performance Coach, job opening in The FA

Men's Physical Performance Coach

Postal Worker Tatenhill, Burton upon Trent DE13 9RN, UK

Closing date: 24 th July 2019Interview date: w/c 29 th July 2019Please be aware that this is a consultant vacancy with an estimated commitment of 50 - 80 days per year dependent on...

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