Grassroots football in the United Kingdom has been badly hit by the Corona Virus pandemic. The crisis at that level is multifaceted, from funding to visibility and structure. Now with the pandemic draining finance in the short and possibly medium term, tens of thousands will suffer.
The financial crunch would impact investments into the sector except the government makes a deliberate plan. The FA could need to work with the structure else the youngsters would drift from the sport and push their time elsewhere, hopefully productive.
The grassroots produced stars like Jack Wilshere, Harry Kane, Aaron Ramsey etc. The knock-on effects would affect every sphere of regular British life. Even say next year when activities begin to restart, the government would need to embark on mass sterilization efforts, the pitches, parks, footballs, hurdles, training equipment, gyms etc. All these need massive investment and determination to pull off to avoid another wave of Covid-19 crisis.
Human are social beings so one way or the other, the order that has been so disrupted would require effort so things can go back to normal.