FMPA Register supporting grassroots football

The Football Medicine & Performance Association (FMPA) is the representative body for medical and performance practitioners working in professional football. The FMPA sit alongside the LMA and the PFA in supporting respective members.

FMPA Register – Connecting grassroots clubs with elite medicine & performance practitioners in professional football

The FMPA Register will help to ensure that players, at whatever level, can receive the BEST POSSIBLE CARE in the event of an injury or when in need of professional advice.

Football injuries and conditions have their own unique profile and it takes a specialist to accurately diagnose and advise on the right treatments.

As members, our practitioners have all worked in professional football within the top 5 tiers of the game or with National Teams.

As players, this means that you too can receive the same EXPERT MEDICAL CARE as professional footballers.

All this and absolutely NO COST to the Club itself.  Our members are supportive of ‘giving back to the game’ and will offer discounts accordingly for your players.

Click the link below to receive your FREE information pack!

Available Practitioners

  • Physiotherapist
  • Soft Tissue Therapist
  • Sports Therapist
  • Nutritionists
  • Dentist
  • Podiatrist
  • Doctors
  • Surgeons
  • Physician
  • Chiropractor
  • Osteopath
  • Sports Scientist
  • Sports Rehabilitator
  • Sports Psychologist
  • Strength & Conditioning Coach
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What Our Practitioners Say...

“This is a brilliant project that will put us in touch personally with fans and grassroots football.  Having been involved in private practice alongside football for many years, I am convinced that this will be a resounding success. This is a great initiative”

Derek Wright

Head Physiotherapist, Newcastle United FC

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hugely popular initiative putting grassroots football in touch with the very best in the professional game.

Our register of practitioners have experience working in professional football with clubs and national teams, such as Manchester City FC, Chelsea FC, Norwich City FC, Leeds United FC and Arsenal FC to name just a few…(read more)


  • Make sure your players receive the best care possible, from the very best in the game!
  • Access practitioners who have experience in treating professional footballers!!
  • Discount for your players to access these elite practitioners
  • It’s completely free of charge for your club to be part of this initiative
  • Keeping people healthy and in the game for longer

“ I work in the professional game and see patients in my Clinic as well. Fans who come to see me love to talk  about the Club as it’s the life blood of  our community. This register will  open up the same opportunity for  fans and practitioners across the country

Dave Tinker, Private Practitioner

Podiatrist, Burnley Football Club 

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Please refer to the symbols below when searching the FMPA Register. These symbols will be displayed on the individual practitioners profile page to clearly highlight their availability.
Professional Consultancy to Football Clubs
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Liverpool's Adam Lallana receives treatment for an injury during the Premier League match at Anfield, Liverpool.
Burnley's Stephen Ward leaves the field of play with an injury during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, Manchester.
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Hull City's Markus Henriksen lies injured after a tackle with Manchester United's Paul Pogba (not pictured) during the EFL Cup Semi Final, First Leg match at Old Trafford, Manchester.