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FIFA signs gender equality MoU with UN during Women's World Cup
World governing body FIFA has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the United Nations (UN) which aims to make football more accessible to women and girls.
The Saints FC's School of Groundsmanship
Organised by the GMA Young Board of Directors, with invaluable assistance from Saints FC’s grounds manager Andy Gray, stadium head groundsman John Wright and team, more than 50 students attended th
GMA advise on pitch prep at NouCamp Stadium
Over the weekend of the 18 May the Nou Camp Stadium, home of the famous FC Barcelona, hosted an RFL Super League match between Wigan Warriors from England and French side Catalan Dragons in front o
Get ready to register for free SALTEX entry
Registration for Europe’s largest annual groundscare exhibition SALTEX 2019 is set to open this month and visitors will notice some notable improvements to the registration process.
Thanks, Eddie, for everything
Eddie Seaward, formerly head groundsman of the All England Lawn Tennis Club for 22 years, passed away on May 12 aged 75.
England Hockey's Sally Munday appointed CEO of UK Sport
Sally Munday, the current chief executive of England and GB Hockey, has been appointed CEO of UK Sport.
Daniel Bradley is appointed GMA regional pitch advisor for GaNTIP programme
Daniel Bradley, formerly assistant head groundsman at Wembley Stadium, has been appointed as the Greater London area regional pitch advisor for the Grounds Management Association-led Grounds and Na
New Eco Village comes to SALTEX 2019
This year, SALTEX visitors can expect to experience the latest green technology in groundscare in a new area on the show floor, which is purely dedicated to environmentally-friendly products.
GMA Industry Award Nominations - Open 1 May!
Nominations open on the 1st May 2019 - GMA Industry Awards that recognise the passion, dedication and challenges faced by grounds staff in both grassroots and professional sports at clubs of every
FA announces £376m turnover for 2017-18 – invests record £128m back into sport
The Football Association (FA) invested a record £128m into English football during 2017-18.