Save Today, Play Tomorrow

Oporto Sports client Birmingham County FA has launched its ‘Save Today, Play Tomorrow’ programme; an over-arching strategy for the next four years to create and support lower-carbon football in the West Midlands.

The aims of the initial four-year strategy are to stimulate conversations and positive action about the role football must play in addressing climate change. Furthermore, the scheme will provide best practice guides, carbon literacy training, education and infrastructure support to the 1,200 football clubs, 4,780 teams, 1,100 match officials and almost 70,000 registered players that fall under Birmingham County FA’s remit across all formats of the game.

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