Kent Football Association
20 Sep 2014


The Kent FA is the governing body for football in Kent, providing funding for pitch renovation, changing rooms and 3G surfaces, development in women and girls’ football, schools and disability teams.

The Kent FA aims to establish safe and structured football opportunities for the benefit of all. Football remains the most popular sport in Kent with 4,500 teams and 45,000 players competing each week across the County.

The Kent FA services the needs of the football community by putting in place a new generation of modern football facilities, increasing and widening participation levels, establishing strong sustainable links between schools and clubs and investing in the football workforce (Referees and Coaches) by providing quality training courses.

The Kent FA is committed to creating a culture of continuous improvement and working towards higher standards of service delivery to support football in Kent and ultimately provide a positive football experience to everyone.

Kent Reliance provides funding for teams to play in the annual football cup competitions on a Saturday and Sunday through sponsorship  of all 20 County Cup Competitions. Our funding goes towards staging the competitions as well as providing new kits and equipment to help these teams continue.

To read more about the work of the Kent FA please visit their website: