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.
Norwich City's Martin Olsson leaves the pitch with an injury during the Barclays Premier League match at Goodison Park, Liverpool.
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Manchester United's Javier Hernandez receives treatment from the physios after being fouled by Chelsea's Ashley Cole

The Football Medical Association (FMA) is the representative body of all medical and science personnel involved directly or indirectly in Professional League Football.

Medical provision to Professional Football Clubs has made an enormous leap over the last decade and the quality and excellence of medical care is now amongst the best in the world. In providing such high standards there has been a huge increase in the number of medical personnel employed, directly or indirectly, by clubs to provide this care. As such our Members include such diverse specialities as Physiotherapists, Doctors, Surgeons, Podiatrists, Sports Psychologists, Sports Scientists, Fitness/S&C coaches, Analysts and Masseurs alongside health care providers such as Nutritionists, Osteopaths, Dentists and Opticians.


The FMA sends out over 30 targeted emails per season to members. We don`t bombard them with dozens of emails full of irrelevant material. This means that when they receive them they take note of every bit of the content. An e-news mailshot goes out around the 1st of each month to all recipients on our database with facility for sponsors and advertisers to display their details and logo alongside ours.

Job advertisements are of course popular, with our members and are sent out as and when we receive them. We are recognised as the site to advertise posts in Professional Football and elite sport.


Our website has daily “hits” of over 2000. Packed full of interesting articles, news, education and more. Members update their profiles and search for colleagues via the FMA Register (see below) and all services and benefits can be found here.


Your company in EVERY club.  The wallplanner is distributed to each and every department within clubs (up to 5 per club) including the academies throughout the top 5 divisions giving you a daily visual presence in the medical/science departments and exposure directly to your target audience.   There is limited availability and therefore allocation will be on a first come basis.


Our Membership is growing fast and our database of medical and science practitioners in professional football and the wider sporting arena now exceeds 15,000.

This is a specific and organised database of medical and science personnel and it is not packed with obscure contacts and recipients. There are no “bounce backs” to our emails!!

Our database is therefore your target audience enabling you to reach those that matter within your marketing strategy.


Football Medic & Scientist is the first publication of it`s kind within the football industry and print run often exceeds 3000 each quarter. This magazine is now eagerly awaited by members and the wider sports community who are fascinated by our progress and successes. Packed with articles and information as well as news and relevant market advertisements, this is yet another excellent way to show case products and establish brands.


Our Annual Conference and Awards is a terrific way to get up close and personal with delegates, many of whom are the purchasers – and future purchasers – of medical provisions at their Clubs. With a strong focus on informality and with evening reception dinner and awards it is simple to network with delegates. Further options include Exhibit space, inserts in delegate packs and several opportunities for direct sponsorship at the event.



The FMA Register is a comprehensive resource of medical and science practitioners who have worked in or who are currently working in, professional football with teams or individuals at clubs (top 5 tiers) or national teams.   The FMA 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.  Various opportunities exist.

Combining our database with our monthly email shots, our fabulous website, our quarterly magazine and our annual Conference & Awards makes the FMA the perfect vehicle through which to reach your target audience.

Tel:  0333 4567897 or simply click HERE to send us an email.

Burnley's Ashley Barnes is treated by the physio after picking up an injury
Tottenham Hotspur's Kyle Walker receives treatment from the Tottenham Hotspur physios' during the Barclays Premier League match at Turf Moor, Burnley. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday April 5, 2015. See PA story SOCCER Burnley. Photo credit should read: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire. RESTRICTIONS: Editorial use only. Maximum 45 images during a match. No video emulation or promotion as 'live'. No use in games, competitions, merchandise, betting or single club/player services. No use with unofficial audio, video, data, fixtures or club/league logos.
Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas (left) and Peterborough United's Chris Forrester (right) battle for the ball
Chelsea's Diego Costa is treated for injury during the Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester.