We are absolutely delighted that the football community supports the Football Aid programme and embraces it wholeheartedly. Their continued support not only enables us to raise significant funds for Field of Dreams but also provides us with the credibility which allows us to engage meaningfully with supporters and the media as well as major companies as we seek to develop ourselves as a highly effective fundraising brand.
Football Aid would like to thank each participating Club individually as well as the following key stakeholders. Without your support, there would be no Football Aid.
Richard Scudamore, Chief Executive, FA Premier League - "Football Aid delivers a dream for football fans whilst helping to generate valuable funds for Premiership Clubs' chosen charities. The numerous events that Football Aid stage gives a huge amount not only to the clubs but their supporters and many good causes as well."
Lord Brian Mawhinney, Chairman, The Football League - “The Football League is delighted to support this innovative programme that gives rewards to our fans and contributes considerably to the football community."
Lex Gold, Executive Chairman, SPL - "Fans are the lifeblood of Scottish football and Football Aid provides those fans with a unique opportunity to help raise funds for good causes and to live their dream at the same time. We are delighted to continue to support Football Aid and their great work across the country."
John Barnwell, Chief Executive, League Managers Association - "Every fan dreams of playing for their team but who else but Football Aid can bring alive those dreams and in such a magical way? Every detail is thought of from the personalized shirts in the changing rooms, the ‘Man of the Match’ awards at the end of the day and some of our former club players and manager members participating in the games. The LMA is proud to play a part in such a worthwhile and exciting venture."
Gordon Taylor, Chief Executive, Professional Footballers Association - "Many former footballers have taken part in the Football Aid events over the years and I know the day means as much to them as it does the fans. Not just to pull on the shirt and play for their team again but to see the fans in action and give something back for their years of support."