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Win free matchday train travel with Pledgeball

The FSA partnered with Pledgeball in 2022 as we encourage football to help tackle the climate crisis – and you can do your bit with prizes to be won.

The Pledgeball League gives individual fans and supporter groups the opportunity to make positive environmental pledges with clubs ranked by the most commitments.

Pledges can be pretty simple but meaningful too – using public transport to games, taking reusable water bottles or eating more meat-free meals all count. 

Every fan who pledges will enter a draw to win free away train travel (up to £1,000) for next season – and the more times you pledge, the more you’re entered into the draw.

Pledgeball & Trainsplit Competition T&Cs here.

In addition the top men’s and women’s clubs will each win £15,000 worth of sustainability advice from Pledgeball’s expert partners RSK – helping any club minimise their environmental impact.

What are Pledgeball’s aims?

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Pledgeball aims to increase the number of supporters’ groups advocating for climate action in conjunction with their clubs and encourage serious conversation about the climate crisis. 

Last year’s inaugural Climate Action Award was won by Bristol City at the FSA Awards and 2023’s winner will be announced on Monday 4th December at this year’s awards.

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Funding partners

  • The Football Association
  • Premier Leage Fans Fund

Partners

  • Gamble Aware
  • Co-operatives UK
  • FSE
  • Kick It Out
  • Level Playing Field
  • Living Wage Foundation
  • Pledgeball