Birmingham, UK- St Kitts and Nevis born Volunteer to Receive FA Award from HRH The Duke Of Cambridge.
Lincoln Moses MBE to attend ceremony at Buckingham Palace in recognition of outstanding contribution and service to football –
A local Birmingham UK resident is to be honoured at a special ceremony at Buckingham Palace hosted by HRH The Duke of Cambridge for their volunteer work in grassroots football.
Lincoln Moses MBE will be one of 150 volunteers to be celebrated on Monday 7 October at an event that forms part of The Football Associations 150th anniversary celebrations. The volunteers have all been chosen for their outstanding contribution and service to football – which includes everything from helping to develop the women’s game, providing opportunities for disabled players, grassroots referees as well as club and league administrators.
Lincoln Moses MBE from Birmingham England has been given the award in recognition of outstanding contribution and service to football –
HRH The Duke of Cambridge, in his official capacity as President of The Football Association, will host the event and will present (Lincoln Moses MBE) with a medal to commemorate their achievements. The event has been created to champion the huge role that volunteers play in football on a weekly basis.
The nationwide network of grassroots heroes totals more than 400,000 individuals – this includes everyone from the mums and dads, coaches, referees and administrators that give up their time to provide.
A focal point of the day will see the Buckingham Palace garden host its first ever football match, featuring two of the oldest amateur clubs in England. The game, which will be an official Southern Amateur League fixture, will be played between Civil Service FC, the sole surviving club from the eleven that met to create The FA in 1863, and Polytechnic FC, which was formed in 1875.
The SKNFA wishes to take this opportunity to say congratulations to Mr. Moses.