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.
Study Group Scheme aiding development
The UEFA Study Group Scheme has been helping UEFA's member national associations since 2008 - we visit Germany where one of the latest seminars took place and find out how the scheme is evolving in 2014.
The secrets of Germany's success
Following Germany's success at the 2014 FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Under-19 Championship, we find out more about the German Football Association's youth policy, a system that has reaped rewards for the country's young players.
Griffin handed UEFA grassroots accolade
We visit Scotland to meet Pat Griffin, named Best Leader in the 2014 UEFA Grassroots Day Awards for his tireless work over 42 years at Milton Amateur Football Club.
Skanderborg efforts recognised by UEFA
We visit FC Skanderborg to find out more about the club with 65 affiliated teams voted Best Club in the 2014 UEFA Grassroots Day Awards.
German scheme named Best Project
The Bavarian Football Association has been awarded the prize of Best Project in the 2014 UEFA Grassroots Day Awards for its 'Pro-Amateur football' campaign, combating the issue of falling population numbers in that area of Germany.
2014 UEFA Grassroots Day Awards
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.
London's maxi-pitch legacy
A year on, UEFA Training Ground visits the maxi-pitch donated by UEFA to the Churchill Gardens estate in Pimlico, London in 2013, finding out the positive impact it has had on local residents.
UEFA Training Ground has all angles covered
Visit UEFA Training Ground today for insights and guides from some of football's top players and coaches, management game You're The Boss, grassroots features and much more.
Development key in Northern Ireland
UEFA Training Ground visited Northern Ireland to find out how they celebrated UEFA Grassroots Day in 2013 and on their efforts to improve levels of coach education.
Milošević sees bright future for Serbia
A legend of his country during his playing days, now as Football Association of Serbia technical director for youth teams Savo Milošević is seeing efforts at grassroots level being rewarded.
Grassroots game key for Czech Republic
UEFA Training Ground finds out more about the Czech Republic's commitment to grassroots football and the activities they organised for UEFA Grassroots Day in 2013.
Gibraltar 'determined' to succeed
UEFA Training Ground finds out how Gibraltar are preparing to succeed on the pitch after becoming UEFA's 54 member association in 2013.
Russia hope for World Cup legacy
UEFA Training Ground finds out how the Russian Football Union are hoping the 2018 FIFA World Cup will leave a legacy long after the tournament in five years' time.
Football development in Kazakhstan
We find out how football in Kazakhstan is developing fast both at the elite and grassroots levels and how UEFA has helped them in achieving their targets.
Bjørnebye's grassroots passion
Former Norway and Liverpool FC defender Stig-Inge Bjørnebye reveals why grassroots football is so important to him and how he is relishing his role as the Norwegian Football Federation's development manager for youth and children's football.
The Children's Football League of Russia
We find out how the Children's Football League of Russia is giving youngsters the chance to show off their skills in tournaments across Europe.
Malta hoping Under-17s will aid 'bright future'
Malta host the 2014 UEFA European Under-17 Championship and hope that the event will be the catalyst for an increase in the number of youngsters playing the game on the island.
Football development in Azerbaijan
Despite only being a UEFA member association since 1994, Azerbaijan has made huge strides with its football development, with grassroots at the heart of its progress.
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.