The Premier League provides funding for 164 football clubs across the Premier League, EFL and National League to deliver community programmes.

Non-league investment
Through the Premier League Stadium Fund, £192.7m has been invested into improving the stadiums and facilities of clubs in the EFL, National League System and Women’s Football Pyramid since 2000.

More than 5,630 grants have been provided to 1,083 clubs across 114 leagues.Along with local partner investment, more than £2.2bn has been invested into grassroots facilities since 2000.

Premier League Fans Fund
The Premier League is investing £5m over the next two seasons into initiatives that will help strengthen the bond between clubs, fans and local communities, including programmes for underrepresented groups to further develop an inclusive and welcoming matchday experience for everyone.

Grants between £10,000-£25,000 are being made available to clubs in the Premier League, EFL, National League, FA Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship.

Support for communities
The Premier League provides funding for 164 football clubs across the Premier League, EFL and National League to deliver community programmes.

The Premier League Charitable Fund (PLCF)
The PLCF was established in 2010 to create positive sporting, health, personal and education opportunities for children, young people and the wider community.

Today, the independent charity supports 106 professional football Club Community Organisations (CCOs), across the Premier League, EFL and National League, to address important societal issues and to have a life-changing impact in their local communities.Helping clubs to develop partnerships to tackle inequalities and respond to local needs, the fund has engaged more than 230,000 participants in over 330,000 sessions across England and Wales.


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