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The Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF) provides financial support to football clubs towards their ground improvement projects.

Funded by the Premier League with an annual budget of £6m, the FSIF awards capital grants to clubs from the Football League down to the lower levels of the FA National League System to improve safety at their stadia and to enable them to satisfy The FA’s ground grading requirements.

The FSIF helps to pay for crucial work that can be very costly to clubs but which is absolutely essential to allow our national game to function, whilst maintaining its unique depth and richness. Most importantly, FSIF investment also helps ensure that players and supporters can enjoy our national game in safety and comfort.

FSIF grants provide financial assistance towards a wide range of stadia projects, including the construction of new stands, installation of floodlights, turnstiles, or even relocating to an entirely new ground.

Contact details

For media enquiries please contact:
 

Niall Malone, Communications Manager
Email: niall.malone@footballfoundation.org.uk
Telephone: 0845 3454555 ext 4275

Latest press releases

  • Helen Goodman MP unveils Bishops’ new football pitch upgrade It's part of the Heritage: Helen Goodman MP unveils Bishops' new pitchHelen Goodman, MP for Bishop Auckland and Cllr Ann Golightly, Mayor of the town, officially opened Bishop Auckland FC's new pitch upgrade at Heritage Park recently (Saturday 25 February). 28/02/2017
  • Former England boss Peter Taylor returns to Canvey Island FC to open stunning new clubhouse Former England boss Peter Taylor opens Canvey Island FC's stunning new clubhousePeter Taylor, former England Under-21 Manager, returned home to his boyhood club, Canvey Island FC, to open their new clubhouse today (Wednesday 18 January). The project was made possible thanks to a grant from the Premier League, through the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF), the largest funders of non-league football in the country. 18/01/2017
  • Geordie legend ‘Supermac’ unveils North Shields FC's new clubhouse Magpies legend 'Supermac' unveils North Shields FC's new clubhouseNewcastle United FC hero Malcolm Macdonald officially opened North Shields FC's new clubhouse, where he now occupies the role of club President. The project was made possible thanks to a grant from the Premier League, through the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF), the largest funders of non-league football in the country. 21/12/2016
  • That's Hanley! Stoke legend Sidibé unveils stadium upgrade in fixture vs the Potters Stoke legend Sidibé unveils stadium upgrade ahead of Potters friendlyFormer Stoke City FC striker Mamady Sidibé officially unveiled Hanley Town FC's stadium upgrade at Potteries Park recently (Tuesday 20 December 2016), prior to the club's Staffordshire FA Senior Cup fixture vs Stoke City FC Under-23s, who won the game 3-0 on penalties. 21/12/2016
  • It's all in good 'nwick! Duke of Northumberland unveils stadium upgrade The Duke of Northumberland, Ralph Percy, officially opened Alnwick Town FC's stadium facilities upgrade recently (Thursday 15 December), thanks to a grant from the Premier League, through the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF), the largest funders of non-league football in the country. 20/12/2016
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