Read on for a round-up of the latest news stories from the Cardiff City FC Foundation...
Enterprise Event as CCS
Learners from our @acttrainingltd and @CAVC students have been getting involved in the #Full90Enterprise project today🙇♀️🗣️— Cardiff City FC Foundation (@CCFC_Foundation) December 14, 2017
Thank you to the #Natwest & #RBS Opportunities Fund for giving the learners the chance to improve their skills✍️💭#BluebirdsCharity #CityAsOne pic.twitter.com/S3liZ6U6Zx
Students from our ‘Strikers’ course and Cardiff and Vale College attended Cardiff City Stadium to take part in a #Full90Enterprise event held by NatWest and the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Participants were tasked with proposing a unique business idea – sharing their creations with representatives from the NatWest and RBS Opportunities Fund, giving the students the potential to receive funding for their ideas.
Futsal A Team continue unbeaten run
Following last week’s qualification into the EFL Trust Futsal Cup, our A Team ran out 7-2 winners against Bristol City at the House of Sport.
This result sees the Bluebirds retain their 100% start to the season, winning four games out of four and topping their group with 12 points.
Kinder+Sport & EFL Trust futsal Tournament
Schools travelled from across South Wales to take part in a Futsal competition in association with Kinder+Sport and the EFL Trust.
Over 20 teams entered the competition, and St Richard Gwyn Catholic High School from Barry were victorious as they defeated St Albans 3-1 in the final.
They will go on to represent Cardiff City Football Club in the regional competitions, going head-to-head with other schools from around the country.
Keep up-to-date with all the latest Foundation news at: www.cardiffcityfcfoundation.org.uk.