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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 £6.5m, 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.

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Email: communications@footballfoundation.org.uk
Telephone: 0345 3454555 ext 4280

Latest press releases

  • Stadium upgrades for Royston Town FC ensure club meets Step 3 credentials Stadium upgrades for Royston Town FC ensure club meets Step 3 credentialsA series of ground improvement works at Garden Walk have ensured that Royston Town FC can maintain their Step 3 status in the English Football League system. The ground improvements were unveiled recently (Friday 1 March), and made possible by investment from the Premier League, which has been delivered by the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF). 04/03/2019
  •  Home comforts for Wilmslow Albion FC as clubhouse receives facelift Home comforts for Wilmslow Albion FC as clubhouse receives facelift Players and fans at Wilmslow Albion FC in Cheshire will enjoy an improved matchday experience thanks to their upgraded clubhouse. The building, which was officially opened recently (Saturday 23 February), was made possible by investment from the Premier League, which has been delivered by the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF). 25/02/2019
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg MP unveils upgraded facilities at the AJN Stadium in Keynsham Jacob Rees-Mogg MP unveils upgraded facilities at the AJN Stadium in KeynshamJacob Rees-Mogg, MP for North East Somerset, officially opened Keynsham Town FC's ground improvement works at the AJN Stadium recently (Saturday 5 January 2019). The improved facilities, which are set to transform the matchday experience for players and fans of the club, were made possible by investment from the Premier League, which has been delivered by the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF). 07/01/2019
  • Hungerford Town FC unveil series of improvements made at Bulpit Lane Hungerford Town FC unveil series of improvements made at Bulpit LaneThe facilities at Hungerford Town FC's home ground, Bulpit Lane, have been transformed to now match the heights of their Conference South status. The ground improvements were unveiled recently (Saturday 8 December), and made possible by investment from the Premier League, which has been delivered by the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF). 10/12/2018
  • Old Bradwell United FC open the doors to refurbished clubhouse Old Bradwell United FC open the doors to refurbished clubhouseA clubhouse extension will transform the matchday experience for players and fans of Old Bradwell United FC in Milton Keynes. The building, which was officially opened recently (Saturday 1 December 2018), was made possible by investment from the Premier League, which has been delivered by the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF). 03/12/2018
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