The UEFA Grassroots Awards recognise some of the best achievements in the grassroots game, highlighting those individuals, clubs and projects that have made a real difference to people’s lives - we review the 2014 winners.
The fifth UEFA Grassroots Day will be celebrated throughout Europe on 21 May 2014, three days before the UEFA Champions League final in Lisbon.
Bean Lions show Young Champions spirit
We follow the fortunes of Bean Lions as they attempted to win the 2013 UEFA Young Champions tournament and their chance to see their heroes play at Wembley.
UEFA Grassroots Charter
Representatives from UEFA's member associations reveal how the UEFA Grassroots Charter has aided the development of football within their countries.
Blind football basking in limelight
Former England blind football star Dave Clarke reveals how opportunities for blind players in the game are greater than ever before.
UEFA groups boost grassroots game
We visit the Republic of Ireland to find out how the UEFA Study Group Scheme continues to allow UEFA's member national associations to exchange technical know-how to improve their grassroots programmes.
Irish scheme gives youngsters a chance
We visit Dublin to get an insight into the Late Night League, an initiative that gives youngsters from all over the Republic of Ireland the chance to play football in a safe and controlled environment.
The Riga Cup
We travel to Latvia to find out about one of the fastest-growing youth tournaments in Europe.
UEFA Grassroots Workshop
An insight into the importance of the biannual gathering of UEFA's national associations and grassroots experts.
Gothenburg's fields of dreams
An event that gave the world one of its first glimpses of stars including Andrea Pirlo and Xabi Alonso, the Gothia Cup is the world's biggest grassroots tournament.
U19s highlight German youth success
UEFA Training Ground visits Hungary where Germany's Under-19s offered more evidence of the success of the German Football Association's successful youth programme.