Foundation Round-Up: Kids Cup, CCS Visits, Walking Football
Find out what's been happening in the last week at the Cardiff City FC Foundation...
Stephen Doughty appointed Ambassador
Last week, Cardiff City FC Foundation announced that Stephen Doughty MP would become an ambassador of the charity.
As well as being a Season Ticket Holder and Bluebirds fan for 30 years, Stephen has been the Labour and Co-operative MP for Cardiff South and Penarth since 2012, and has a background in the charity sector.
Stephen will help Cardiff City FC Foundation to raise the profile of the our initiatives, which support children, young people and families across South Wales.
Romilly Primary School progress to Kids Cup regional finals
ICYMI: @romillypsyear6 will represent @CardiffCityFC in the @EFLTrust #KidsCup regional finals later this year?⚽— Cardiff City FC Foundation (@CCFC_Foundation) January 25, 2018
More info ? https://t.co/DlQ9pDuDWf#BluebirdsCharity #CityAsOne pic.twitter.com/v1zQFMz9EX
Romilly Primary School saw off all competition on the final day of qualifiers in the EFL Trust Kids Cup, in collaboration with New Directions Education.
Out of the 32 teams that reached the qualifying stage, Romilly defeated George Street Primary in a tense final. The 1-0 win will see the school from Barry represent Cardiff City Football Club at the regional finals in Reading later this year.
Roath Park Primary visit Cardiff City Stadium
As part of their collapsed curriculum session, Roath Park Primary were tasked with visiting iconic buildings around Cardiff to get inspiration for pieces that could be entered into the Eisteddfod this year.
The children visited CCS to try and find inspiration for their projects, which could range from a poem, to a painting. as well as getting a behind the scenes tour of the home of Cardiff City.
Walking football tournament
Seven teams from a number of locations came together at the House of Sport for a walking football tournament.
Three teams representing Cardiff City, two from Neath, and others from Treforest and Cleavden came together to compete in a round robin style contest, with the day proving to be a great success.
Mascots: Cardiff City vs. Manchester City
And finally... Our Cardiff City mascots certainly enjoyed walking out with the Bluebirds on Sunday afternoon!
Find out more about our mascot experience packages at cardiffcityfcfoundation.org.uk.