Foundation Round-Up: Kids Cup & PL Girls Project
The latest news from the Cardiff City FC Foundation...
Kids Cup Regional Finals
Romilly Primary School travelled to Reading to take part in the EFL Trust Kids Cup finals last week, after they won the Cardiff tournament back in January.
The boys did extremely well only losing once on their way to the final, however they were beaten 1-0 by Queen’s Park Rangers. Well done, boys!
International Women’s Day & PL Girls Project
Cardiff City FC Foundation was proud to support International Women’s Day on the 8th March, with a number of our learners also pledging their support to the day.
In line with the annual event, we were proud to launch our Premier League Girls Project in association with the Premier League Charitable Fund.
The project encourages young women between the ages of 11-19 to get involved with football, and we’ll be running sessions in Butetown, Grangetown, Ely, St Mellons and Rumney.
Sporting Memories and intergenerational sessions
Intergenerational collaboration??— Cardiff City FC Foundation (@CCFC_Foundation) March 7, 2018
Children from @llandaffcity and members of the older generation are at @CardiffCityStad today working together to develop their understanding about Dementia?#OurClubChangesLives #BluebirdsCharity pic.twitter.com/VFHIFT9jXt
Children from Llandaff City and Fairwater Primary came together with members of the older generation at Cardiff City Stadium to take part in intergenerational sessions.
Using resources provided by Sporting Memories, the groups discussed the difference in sports over the years and also had a tour of the stadium.
Stay up-to-date with Cardiff City FC Foundation
For more Foundation news, head to cardiffcityfcfoundation.org.uk!