Tina, 57, said: “We are very proud of the work of Victory Hants. Our players have a previous history of homelessness, mental health issues, learning and physical disabilities, long-term unemployment or social isolation.
“The purpose of the group is to break down barriers within the community with the help of football.
“We have over 150 members who we have kept occupied and engaged during the pandemic. Our online media support service, including games, quizzes, and inclusive exercise classes, have helped maintain our members’ and families’ fitness during the lockdowns.”
Tina receives a trophy and wins tickets to an upcoming England game. The nominator for Tina’s award will receive a signed England shirt.
The Mutual Respect Award is part of our partnership with The Football Association's Respect campaign. It aims to help make grassroots football more respectful and positive.
Every month, you can nominate a member of your grassroots football club who has gone above and beyond to promote respect on or off the pitch. Visit our Facebook page to make a nomination. Competition terms and conditions
Nationwide’s target is to engage with one million parents and coaches in the FA Respect campaign as a part of their three-year partnership.