Search #SquadBooster and Play Local Grassroots Football
Inspired by the England Lionesses? Are you looking for a grassroots football team to join in 2022/23? #SquadBooster features adverts on our website and social media feeds from clubs currently looking for new players.
Budding squad members are using #SquadBooster to discover teams in their area to play for ahead of the start of the new campaign. Opportunities to play all levels of adult male, adult female, boys’ and girls’ football can be found on the #SquadBooster portal as local clubs aim to attract new faces to forthcoming training sessions.
The service contributes towards strategic ‘Moving Forward 2024’ targets to inspire more people, of all abilities, to play the game. Individuals looking to take part in football for the first time access the service, as do those keen to get back into the game after a spell on the sidelines. #SquadBooster is pivotal to raising participation figures, appealing to both players and clubs.
Newcomers are browsing live adverts to match themselves up with a team, also appealing to players seeking more game time. It only takes around three minutes for clubs to complete the online form, which has been used over 3,000 times. These adverts are then published on our website and are split into four local regions to make it easier for players to find a club close to them.
In addition, adverts are hugely backed by social media activity, especially on Twitter, where individual tweets are shared using the highly-active #SquadBooster hashtag. A growing number of users take advantage of this every day, generating millions of interactions each year. #SquadBooster also incorporates Futsal, Soccability and Walking Football.
If you’re a player looking to join a club, or a team seeking new players, visit #SquadBooster to browse the latest live classified adverts or submit one for your own team. Opportunities are also shared via @EssexCountyFA using the #SquadBooster hashtag on Twitter, and a weekly digest of new adverts can be found by searching for ‘EssexFootball’ on Facebook.