The Scottish Football Partnership was set up in 2000 to support and assist football in Scotland at all levels from the grassroots and children’s football to the senior game – both men and women.
Our success led to the establishment of The Scottish Football Partnership Trust in 2014 as a grant-aid charity to promote inclusion and diversity in football.
We have invested £21 million to date and have been the catalyst in delivering projects for volunteer-led groups from asset transfers to running sporting hubs.
This is an area we aim to build on and expand with increasing asset transfers and Government promoted initiatives for sport generally.
Going forward over the next five years, The SFP and SFP Trust will specifically focus on the non-professional game and community sporting hubs as The Scottish FA now directly assists the professional game.
Over the last 22 years we have adapted what we do and how we deliver to meet the needs of the football community and funding. We will continue to do so while our aim remains as it has been from the outset – to get people to play and watch football in a safe, well-managed and inclusive environment.