Entries by EFL Trust

How football clubs across Europe can improve social inclusion

The English Football League Trust are please to be able to share the results of Pan-European project sharing best practice on how football clubs can improve social inclusion in their communities.   The EPMIMT project was developed through support and co-funding from the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. The aims of the project were to create […]

JOB VACANCY: Independent Trustee (x2 positions)

The EFL Trust is the official charity of the EFL (English Football League). The Trust uses the power of sport, in particular football, to deliver a wide range of community initiatives focusing on raising aspirations and improving the quality of life for people within the communities of the EFL’s 72 clubs. At the EFL Trust […]

EFL Trust Wins £0.5 Million for Active Ageing

The Trust will receive £0.5M of National Lottery funding from Sport England’s Active Ageing fund to help older adults stay active. The ‘Extra Time’ project will harness the power of football clubs in the local communities to create Extra Time Hubs. Research shows inactivity among older adults (the over 55’s) is responsible for as many deaths […]

Regional Checkatrade Community Clubs of the Year announced

The EFL is delighted to announce that six member clubs are to be recognised at Parliament for their outstanding work in the community. The six regional winners – Wigan Athletic, Rotherham United, Burton Albion, Fulham, Brighton & Hove Albion and Portsmouth – will be honoured on Monday 6th March at Parliament as the best performing […]

Rotherham United in search for missing Lotto winner

Rotherham United FC and its Community Sports Trust has joined in the search to help find a missing Lotto Millionaire Raffle winner from a ticket bought in the Rotherham Metropolitan Council Area. The winner has until 23rd February 2017 to claim this life-changing sum of money, which is worth £50,000 and the winning Lotto Millionaire Raffle code is […]

Crawley Old Girls pick up prestigious FA award

Crawley COGS picked up one of the main awards at the FA Women’s Football Awards at Wembley Stadium last week  Attended by a host of important figures from the women’s game, the evening included a range of awards from Vauxhall England Player of the Year to WSL Player’s Player and Manager of the Year. The […]

STAYING ACTIVE WITH SOMETHING EXTRA AT PLYMOUTH

THE joy of being active and all the benefits it can bring is certainly not exclusive to the young. Plymouth Argyle Community Trust run a number of programmes that cater for people of all ages and abilities, helping their community to be active, be healthy and be happy. The Extra Time sessions run every Monday […]