Foundation Round-Up: #HealthInTheCity & House of Sport visit


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Stephen Doughty MP visits House of Sport 

Labour representative for South Cardiff and Penarth, Stephen Doughty MP, paid a visit to Cardiff City House of Sport to find out more about the work the Foundation does within the South Wales community.

After speaking to students on our Level Three BTEC Sport courses, Stephen spoke to them about to the work he wants to do with us – and invited them up for a tour of the Houses of Parliament.

Llangynwyd come runners-up in Girls Cup regional finals

After winning the Cardiff Girls Cup qualifiers, Ysgol Gyfun Gymreag Llangynwyd travelled to the Gloucestershire FA to take part in the South West regional finals.

The girls impressively finished runners-up – losing just two matches on the day. They were then presented their certificates by young footballers Ryan Sweeney and Dominic Telford.


Saturday’s 4-0 win over Sunderland also saw Cardiff City FC Foundation hold their annual Health Day. A total of 886 health focussed conversations took place – with the nine organisations that were involved.

Alcohol Concern Cymru, Alzheimer’s Society, the British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research Wales, Cardiff & Vale Public Health Team, the Mental Health Foundation, Specsavers, Terrence Higgins Trust and Time to Change Wales were all present at CCS and had a successful afternoon.

Education and Sport Open Evening

The evening will be held at Cardiff City House of Sport on the Wednesday, 14th February. Taking place between 6pm and 7pm, guests are welcome to chat to our highly experienced course tutors, current students and find out more about the courses we run.

There are a limited number of places available at our Open Evening and these fill up quickly due to high demand. We recommend that you book early to guarantee your place.

To find out more and book, visit:

Cardiff City FC Foundation