COVE SUPPORTING SFA BID TO FIND YOUNG VOICES TO HELP MAKE GAME STRONGER FOR THE FUTURE
COVE Rangers have joined forces with the Scottish FA to find 20 young ambassadors to help shape the game for the future.
The Youth Ambassadors of Change programme is open to people aged 16-25 with a passion for football; players, coaches, referees, fans and more.
It will give them the opportunity to represent the voice of the nation's young people within the management structure of the SFA.
Cove Rangers chairman Keith Moorhouse said: "We are delighted to support this initiative.
"It's vital younger people in Scotland get a say in how the game is reshaped in the years ahead."
An SFA spokesperson said: "We are seeking to recruit 20 diverse and inspiring young people from across Scotland and across Scottish society to represent the voice of young people.
"Successful candidates will come together to form the Scottish FA Youth Congress.
" If you are passionate about football and passionate about the views of children and young people in Scotland influencing change, then we are keen to embrace your enthusiasm and energy, and hear what you have to say."
Successful volunteers will commit to two years volunteering, attending three Youth Congress meetings and two training days a year and will include a commitment to contribute to project work throughout the two year term.
You will receive all travelling expenses and great training opportunities.
The closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday October 21.
Further information and application forms are available here: