The club were delighted to learn that the Crawley Old Girls have won the ‘Best Inclusive Project’ award at the Sussex FA County Awards.
Throughout February people voted for the grassroots award winners across the county for volunteers to clubs and after the seven-week nomination period the COGs picked up the accolade.
All of the award winners will be recognised at the Sussex County FA Awards Evening, alongside a host of other awards, taking place at the American Express Community Stadium on Thursday 21st September 2017.
Keveena Mosen, Sussex County FA Football Development Officer said: “We are fortunate to have so many fantastic clubs and volunteers who help us strive towards providing better and more footballing opportunities for player of all ages.
“We know how much work goes into football on a weekly basis and The FA Community Awards supported by McDonald’s allow us to say thank you to those who dedicate so much time to the game across Sussex.
McDonald’s has been a Community Partner with The FA for fifteen years, during which time thousands of clubs have benefitted from the partnership. During this year of the partnership, McDonalds will donate their 250,000th kit to an accredited club across the UK.
For further information on The FA Community Awards presented by McDonald’s, please contact Development:
T: 01903 766855