Foundation Round Up: Girls’ Cup, Christmas package & Men of Harlech Bike Challenge launch
Read on for a full round-up of the past week at the Cardiff City FC Foundation...
New Directions Education U13 Girls' Cup took place
Our annual Girls' Cup event in association with New Directions Education played out on Tuesday 21st November.
19 teams from across South Wales turned up to compete for the title, which was eventually won by YGG Llangynwyd, after they defeated Bryncelynog on penalties.
Following a tense, goalless encounter - penalties went to sudden death with Llangynwyd managing to hold their nerve and win the competition!
First-team squad members Kadeem Harris and Jazz Richards were on hand to present the trophy to the winners.
New Christmas package offer created
??NEW CHRISTMAS OFFER??— Cardiff City FC Foundation (@CCFC_Foundation) November 22, 2017
Receive a personalised video message from a @CardiffCityFC player when you order one of our #BluebirdExperience packages before 18th December?⚽️
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Cardiff City FC Foundation released a new offer for Bluebirds fans this Christmas. If you purchase one of our #BluebirdExperience packages before 18th December, you’ll receive a personalised video message from one of the Cardiff City first-team squad!
To find out more about this exclusive offer, visit: www.cardiffcityfcfoundation.org.uk.
Men of Harlech Bike Challenge runs again in 2018
Following the success of last year’s event, we’ve launched the Men of Harlech Bike Challenge once again.
Now entering its third year, a total of 23 riders will cycle from Porthmadog to Cardiff over a three-day period and will tackle climbs of over 10,000 feet.
Over £15,000 was raised last year, and this time around we are looking to beat that target. More information can be found at: www.cardiffcityfcfoundation.org.uk.
‘Get Into: Security’ course concludes
Following their two-week course with the Cardiff City FC Foundation, Prince’s Trust Wales and Rubicon Security, a number of participants completed the ‘Get Into: Security’ workshop.
Well done, all!