The Staffordshire FA have channelled new funds into grassroots football with a £133,500 investment into 89 new teams and allow 162 volunteer coaches become trained in the relevant qualifications.
The Grow the Game grants supports the Staffordshire FA’s support with clubs to ensure everyone who wants to take part in football has access to local opportunities, in a safe and structured football environment.
Lichfield Ladies RUFC will soon find out if an appeal against exclusion from the new Women’s Super League has been successful.
The club is expecting a decision from the RFU after appealing their original ruling.
A Stoke-on-Trent College health and social care lecturer celebrates after winning Stafford Half Marathon for the fifth time.
Nine young athletes from Stoke-on-Trent will benefit from £15,000 of European City of Sport funding to boost their sporting ambitions.
They will receive funding for training and competing in their chosen sports from the Talented Athlete Support Scheme.
Renault Clio Cup 2016 champion Ant Whorton-Eales is “delighted” to join AmD tuning for the 2017 season of the British Touring Car Championship.
The Staffordshire driver, from Lichfield, will be driving an Audi S3 alongside Ollie Jackson who is returning for a second year with the team.