Ambassador

For Club and Country Ambassador Sir Trevor Brooking

Sir Trevor Brooking

"The Woodland Trust and the National Football Museum’s For Club and Country project is the perfect way to commemorate football’s important role in the First World War.



"We’re planting groves of trees for the clubs whose players bravely fought for their country and creating something beautiful and long lasting for future generations.



"Every football fan needs to get involved and make sure their club is remembered in the football groves at Langley Vale Wood. If you love football as much as I do, please pledge just £5 to get your team represented and see your own name listed on the supporters’ roll of honour."

We are delighted that Sir Trevor Brooking CBE is the Ambassador for For Club and Country.

Sir Trevor had an illustrious playing career, being capped 47 times for England and 528 times for his beloved West Ham United.

Following his career he found success on the sofa of Match of the Day and in 2004 he was Knighted for his service to sport.