An introduction to our Football in the Community Scheme.
Reading Football Club’s Community Trust represents Reading FC within the local and surrounding communities, acting as an extension of the club to engage with local people and make a genuine impact on their lives.
The Trust’s motto is “Care, Develop, and Educate” – neatly encapsulating the aims of our work in the local and surrounding communities, highlighting the advantages of young people leading healthy, active and socially inclusive lifestyles.
The club’s main engagement tool is through football, however the Trust delivers a wide range of activities through its five main pillars of activities.
To find out how you can get more involved with the trust call 0118 968 1415 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reading FC Community Trust Activities
|Sports Development||After school clubs|
|Sports Development||Lunch time clubs|
|Sports Development||Football development centres|
|Sports Development||Advanced football centres|
|Sports Development||Elite football centres|
|Sports Development||Birthday parties|
|Sports Development||In school coaching sessions and school sports|
|Sports Development||District football school sports|
|Social Inclusion / Community Cohesion||KICKS Programme|
|Social Inclusion / Community Cohesion||Youth club open access sessions|
|Social Inclusion / Community Cohesion||Sportiv8|
|Social Inclusion / Community Cohesion||The Prince's Trust team programme|
|Social Inclusion / Community Cohesion||Princes Get Started programme|
|Health & Wellbeing||In school coaching Special Education Need schools|
|Health & Wellbeing||College sessions for young people with learning difficulties|
|Health & Wellbeing||Down's Syndrome sessions|
|Health & Wellbeing||Deaf football|
|Health & Wellbeing||Adult sessions|
|Education||John Madejski Academy (JMA) boys and Girls Elite college programme|
|Education||Workshops surrounding sexual health, drug and alcohol abuse, healthy lifestyles, gun and knives work shops|
|Education||Coach education delivering Junior Football Leaders award, Level 1 in coaching football, Level 2 in coaching football, Level 1 in football disability coaching|
Reading FC Community Trust News…
John Swift visits Reading FC Deaf teamSwift meets deaf team members to watch training and partake in Q&A… Reading midfielder John Swift paid a visit to…
Paul McShane receives PFA Community Champion AwardMcShane’s work in the community is recognised after being names as the PFA Community Champion for 2016/17 Royals skipper…
Sir John Madejski named Patron of Reading FC Community TrustSir John Madejski has been named as the first-ever Patron of Reading Football Club’s Community Trust. Sir John, who…
Moore takes part in Q&A at Soccer SchoolYoung Royals fans got a surprise at one of our Community Soccer Schools as defender Liam Moore made an appearance!…
Lewis Ward and Mary Earps visit our half-term Soccer Schools!Goalkeeping duo visit Community Trust Soccer School… Goalkeeping duo Lewis Ward and Mary Earps both paid a visit to a…