Coaching & Performance Analysis Roles in Lincoln with VIRSCO

VIRSCO are looking for suitable candidates for two roles:

1) Paid position: a Level 1 or 2 coach to join their coaching team (which already includes a number of our graduates and current students). Details of their coaching services are available on their website.

2) Voluntary position: Performance Analyst with Lincoln City FC Academy. This role will cover 20 games, and each game will require about 3 hours of analysis.

For more information, or to apply for one or both of the roles, please contact

Disability Football Volunteer Coordinator, Lincoln

Lincolnshire FA are looking to recruit two Disability Football Volunteer Coordinators. The Lincolnshire Ability Counts Football League is a PAN-Disability league that provides Adult & Junior disability teams from across the county with the opportunity to come together at a central venue and compete. The league works unlike any other league within the county and operates purely on a festival basis where teams will compete one Sunday a month. This year the Ability Counts League is embarking on its sixth year of competition and is going from strength to strength, developing each year and hopes to expand over the next few years to incorporate female participants.

Role: To lead and co-ordinate on monthly fixture days, ensuring that you are the main point of contact for all clubs/ volunteers/ officals within the league on the day. The commitment will be six hours per month.

Key Responsibilities:

· Initial set-up of 5v5 format pitches across the 3G & 5v5 grass pitch on arrival of fixture days, before other teams arrive

· Coordinate with referees on their arrival and provide them with their fixtures for the day

· Ensure all clubs/ teams have the relevant copy of their league fixtures for the day

· Ensure relevant documents are signed on the exchange of referee payments

· Develop strong links with the league committee and the local community clubs that attend


· Potential to access a part-funded qualification (FA Coaching Disabled Footballers Course).

· Access & support of further training relevant to the role.

· Gain essential experience and knowledge to further your career options.

More details of the role, and the skills/knowledge required, can be found here: ACL Coordinator description

Should you wish to discuss the role further please contact Michelle Marshall at Lincolnshire FA:

E: / T: 078134 58812

Volunteer at the Lincolnshire Show (21st & 22nd June)

Lincolnshire Show
Active Lincolnshire are in need of a few volunteers to help at our Sports Zone at the Lincolnshire show which runs on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd June. The show is from 8am – 6pm both days and they would also need a couple of volunteers the day before (Tuesday) to help set everything up from about lunchtime.

The main role would be to assist the activities they have on offer throughout the two days, including Giant Hamster Balls, Human Table Football and a Schools Challenge Programme. If anyone wants to get involved please get in touch with Lucy Blakey (

This is one example of opportunities through Active Lincolnshire’s HE Volunteering Programme. If you would like to know more, please contact Navaz Sutton at Navaz.Sutton@activelincolnshire.comlogo.lincolnshire-sport

Volunteer at the Lincolnshire School Games (Sunday 9th July)

Lincolnshire School Games
This is Active Lincolnshire’s biggest schools event for the year. About 1,000 pupils will be competing in multiple sports at Grantham Meres Leisure Centre on Sunday 9th July. This is ideal for sports students but could be anyone looking to get event experience or exposure with schools and young people. A wide variety of roles and experiences are available: School Games Role Descriptions

To get involved please contact Alex Nightingale (

This is one example of opportunities through Active Lincolnshire’s HE Volunteering Programme. If you would like to know more, please contact Navaz Sutton at



All Stars Cricket Activators, Applications Still Open!

We have some new videos from the ECB explaining the All Stars Cricket scheme and its benefits. Training is provided, with very useful transferable skills such as how to engage parents in activities.

All Stars Cricket Hype Reel;
All Stars Cricket – bringing it to life in clubs;
(The first few minutes of the second video help explain the Activator role in All Stars Cricket)
Applications are still being taken until at least the end of March.
Express an interest via this link and the ECB  will do the rest in linking you with the nearest opportunity: