Welcome to a career in coaching & performance at The Football Association
A rare and exciting opportunity to join The Football Association in a time of positive change, huge ambition and a quest for the ultimate football success.
We have set ourselves the challenge of our Men’s and Women’s senior teams winning the World Cup in 2022 and 2023 respectively – with sustainable tournament success thereafter. To achieve this, we need to have the highest level of support dedicated to each England team.
The Technical Directorate will provide this support - helping to develop and nurture all England teams so that they can challenge and succeed in International tournaments at all levels in the men’s and women’s games.
The FA is embarking upon a major recruitment campaign and is seeking the world’s best coaches, physical performance coaches, medics, performance analysts and logistics teams to operate as one multidisciplinary unit to ensure our players can focus on getting the job done. The Technical Directorate also comprises of one of the world’s top sporting education departments, FA Education, who deliver a range of qualifications, conferences, CPD and mentoring to coaches of all levels and aspiration.
To achieve our aims, we’re placing a significant investment in our Coach Development and England Teams staff over the next 3 years and have created a Centre of Excellence at our world-class St Georges Park facility in Staffordshire.
If you’re looking for a new challenge – to be a key part of making our nation proud and having real impact on the nation’s favourite game, then get in touch to tell us what you can do.
Deliver critical projects and develop strategies across key areas of grassroots football
Responsible for administrative support to accounts payable function and the purchasing process
Responsible for coordinating and resourcing all IT tasks for event days at Wembley Stadium.
Carry out test and quality assurance activities to ensure that the company’s products and services meet the highest possible quality standards.
Work with a group of identified clubs and their youth coaches operating with players in the 5-11, 12-16 and 17-23 age ranges.
This new role has been created to maintain and improve the performance of the FA websites (primary focus being on TheFA.com).