Foundation Round-Up: HMP Parc visit & Girls Only PL Kicks
The latest news from Cardiff City FC Foundation...
Gunnarsson and Ward visit HMP Parc
Aron Gunnarsson and Danny Ward went along to visit participants on our Premier League Works project at HM Prison Parc.
The City duo presented our participants with medals and certificates after completing the course as well as taking part in a Q&A, answering questions about their careers and the lifestyle of a professional footballer.
Girls Only PL Kicks session launched
Following the launch of our Premier League Girls project on International Women’s Day, we launched a new Premier League Kicks session in Barry.
Running in tandem with our current Barry session, the girls-only session will take place every Thursday at Colcot Sports Centre between 6:30 and 7:30pm.
Kai Crossley wins Club GOTM
Congratulations go out to Kai Crossley from Cwm Lai Primary School in Treorchy who won the Club Goal of the Month competition for January.
A sweet strike in the regional finals of our annual EFL Trust Kids Cup tournament in association with New Directions Education put Kai’s school through to the semi-finals of the competition.
Intergenerational sessions continue at CCS
Working alongside Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan Council and Dementia Friends UK, Cardiff City FC Foundation have given pupils and adults from across Cardiff the opportunity to visit Cardiff City Stadium for a session discussing dementia and sporting memories.
With resources provided by Sporting Memories UK, pupils have the chance to learn more about sport in the past and the developments over the years.