News

The FA's 2020-2024 strategy aims to "bring all parts of the game even closer together"

12 January 2021

The FA's 2020-2024 strategy aims to "bring all parts of the game even closer together"

The FA has announced its new strategic plan through to 2024 which aims to "bring all parts of the game even closer together and leave a nation inspired".

"Our new strategic plan aims to take The FA and English football forward with bold leadership and ambitious targets to build on the progress of the past four years," says Mark Bullingham, CEO of The FA.

"We cannot do it alone. Our vision remains to bring all parts of the game even closer together and leave a nation inspired.  We have a unique ability to unite all parts of society – just cast your mind back to Russia 2018 or France 2019, when men's and women's FIFA World Cup fervour gripped the nation. 

"Using our people and culture as the catalyst, we achieved some amazing things on our mission to rebuild The FA as a world class organisation - from doubling participation in the women's and girls’ game to registering more than one million of our grassroots players online – a material step into the digital age. Looking towards 2024, our strategic plan builds on those strong foundations."

You can read about The FA's strategy in full here, while below is the launch video - 90 minutes to change our world.

Share this article

© Women in Football 2021

Site design by WildWest | Site map | Privacy policy | Cookie policy | Terms and Conditions

We use cookies to help us make this website better. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies from this site.