Answer questions to win Wembley tickets

PUBLISHED: 08:30 19 June 2015

Filling out a simple survey could win you tickets to Wembley! (pic: Essex FA)

Filling out a simple survey could win you tickets to Wembley! (pic: Essex FA)


Online Questionnaire Supports Essex County FA Activities

You could be entered into a prize draw to win tickets for the women’s FA Cup final just by taking part in a survey.

Football clubs, players, referees, leagues, coaches and volunteers are being invited to contribute opinions on the condition of the local game, with all entries before June 30 being entered into the draw.

The Essex County FA are promoting the short questionnaire, which will assess the perception of work undertaken in grassroots football.

As the latest FA National Game Strategy draws to a close, the County FA are gauging any change in opinions since the last survey, which could influence future local strategies.

Contributors can assess the role of the County FA in its development and governance, and ideas or suggestions for the future are welcome.

Responses will then be gathered and measured against previous windows and used to build future strategies to improve the overall football experience. Anyone who completes the survey stands a chance of winning the tickets.

It only takes a few minutes to complete, and poses a number of questions on the positives and negatives of football whilst asking for comments on peoples’ recent involvement.

By developing clubs throughout the area, as well as acting as their governing body, the Essex County FA work mostly amongst the amateur sector of football, looking for new participants and ensuring the game is safe and enjoyable for all.

The Development Team provides coaching and funding to children and adults throughout the area.

The survey can be accessed at

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