Get behind your club and donate to plant 100 trees at a national woodland memorial commemorating football’s part in the First World War.
For every £20 donated, a tree will be planted to commemorate your club and its role in the conflict. Read more
14 members of the England national team served in the First World War. Here are there stories.
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Somewhere between Ypres and Poperinghe there is a little plot of ground at Vlamertyngh which is 'forever England.' There sleeps the mortal remains of Edwin Gladstone Latheron, an English international footballer who has given joy to thousands. Read more
14 members of the England national team served in the First World War. Here are there stories. Read more
The death of England international Evelyn Lintott on 1 July, 1916, was national news. Many newspapers carried reports of his death in action on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, but none was more heartfelt than that written by his brother Frederick, the sports editor of the Bradford Telegraph. In a series of articles, he wrote his brother’s life story. Read more
In 1914 and 1915 tens of thousands of amateur footballers volunteered to serve in the British armed forces. Clubs across the country contributed their share to Lord Kitchener’s call for volunteers, including one on the edge of Greater Manchester; Aldermere AFC. Read more
Between 1914 and 1915 Britain raised the second largest volunteer army in history Read more