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Kings Award for Enterprise


Birmingham County FA's Save Today, Play Tomorrow programme has been honoured with the first ever King’s Award for Enterprise for Sustainable Development.

Birmingham County FA is one of 252 organisations nationally to be recognised with a prestigious King’s Award for Enterprise.

Announced today (Monday 6 May), Birmingham County FA has been recognised for its excellence in Sustainable Development for its acclaimed Save Today, Play Tomorrow programme. A total of 257 Awards are made with five companies being recognised with two Awards.

Employing 25 people, Birmingham County FA was founded in 1875 and is a not-for-profit membership organisation acting as the Regional Governing Body for Football across the West Midlands responsible for governing and developing local grassroots football across Birmingham, Wolverhampton & Coventry

“We are truly honoured to receive the Kings Award 2024 for Sustainable Development from His Majesty the King. This recognition is a testament to the organisations commitment in supporting grassroots football make a positive impact on our planet and the local communities we serve. We will continue to strive for excellence in sustainability and drive positive change for a cleaner, greener game."

The King’s Awards for Enterprise, previously known as The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, were renamed last year to reflect His Majesty The King’s desire to continue the legacy of HM Queen Elizabeth II’s by recognising outstanding UK businesses.

The Award programme, now in its 58th year, is the most prestigious business award in the country, with successful businesses able to use the esteemed King’s Awards Emblem for the next five years.

Applications for King’s Awards for Enterprise 2025 open on His Majesty The King’s Coronation, 6th May 2024 For more information, visit

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