The Scottish Football Association

Quality Mark Clubs

Over 400 grassroots clubs and schools across Scotland are part of the Scottish FA Quality Mark accreditation scheme. With the support of partners McDonald's and sportscotland, the Scottish FA works with clubs and schools to increase youth and community participation, and enhance player, coach and volunteer development.

 

Visit our Community Clubs section to find a Quality Mark club in your area

 

Scottish Youth FA

The Scottish Youth FA is responsible for everyday, recreational, grassroots football across the country, covering age groups up to under-21s. To find a club near you contact:

Tel: 0141 620 4590

e-mail: syfa@scottish-football.com

www.scottishyouthfa.co.uk

Scottish Women's Football

Scottish Women's Football runs the girls' and women's game across the country, from regional youth leagues at under-13s, 15s and 17s through to the Scottish Women's Premier League. To find a club near you contact:

Tel: 0141 620 4580

e-mail: swf@scottish-football.com

www.scottishfa.co.uk/swf

Scottish Junior FA

The Scottish Junior FA is the governing body for Junior, or semi-professional, football across Scotland. To find a club near you contact:

Tel: 0141 620 4560

e-mail: scottishjuniorfa@scottish-football.com

www.scottishfa.co.uk/sjfa

Scottish Amateur FA

The Scottish Amateur FA is responsible for for open-age adult amateur football across Scotland. To find a club near you contact:

Tel: 0141 620 4550

e-mail: safa@scottish-football.com

www.scottishfa.co.uk/safa

Scottish Welfare FA

The Scottish Welfare Football Association was instituted in 1918 to help boost the morale of workers after WWI. Now around 500 affiliated teams compete in either the summer or winter seasons.

 

www.scottishfa.co.uk/swfa

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