Who we are
The Scottish Football Partnership has been established to fill the void left since the demise of The Football Trust in 2000. Its role is to aid Scottish football in grant funding projects. The Scottish Football Partnership Trust, the charitable arm of The Scottish Football Partnership, was established on 20th May, 2014 in recognition of the level of investment that the Partnership makes to non-professional grassroots football/charitable projects.
The purpose of this award is to help Scottish FA Member clubs playing in the SPFL meet the criteria to obtain a Scottish FA National Club Licence.
The purpose of this award is to help Scottish FA Member clubs playing in the SHFL, the SLFL, the ESFL and the SSFL meet the criteria to obtain a Scottish F.A. National Club Licence.
The General Award is open to any constituted football organisation who have an innovative idea that requires funding. If you don’t ask you don’t get!
This award will provide funding and support for grassroots football clubs and other charitable organisations with football related projects.