Today (7th April 2019) is World Health Day. A day to raise global awareness and local conversations about ways to achieve health for all.
We, alongside our 72 EFL Club Community Trusts, use the power of sport to improve health and well-being in local communities around the UK.
Working across all age groups and sections of the community from healthy eating sessions in primary schools through to sessions helping those suffering from dementia.
Extra Time Hubs
Extra Time Hubs is a national project from the EFL Trust that is delivered by 12 EFL Clubs. The Hubs harness the power of football Clubs in the local communities to bring people together and improve health and well-being.
The project, that was made possible thanks to National Lottery funding from Sport England, aims to bring together retired and semi-retired people, getting them involved in a range of activities such as arts and crafts, table tennis, walks, talks, bungee jumping, quizzes and music in their free time.
Those involved have the opportunity to meet and spend time with like-minded people in their area, proving that you’re never too old to learn to do the things you’ve always wanted to do.
Mike Evans, EFL Trust Director of Operations said: “With the support of Sport England’s Active Ageing fund from the National Lottery, we use the power of our football club badges to bring people together in a comfortable, familiar environment and allow them to shape their future path to improved health and well-being.”