Read on for the latest news from the Cardiff City FC Foundation...
Premier League Primary Stars returns to schools
Our delivery of the Premier League Primary Stars Project returned for the new academic year last week, as the Bluebirds Charity continued their support with a number of schools across South Wales.
The sessions are designed to use the appeal of the Premier League to inspire children to learn, be active and develop important life skills as well as falling under the Bluebirds Charity aim to help children, young people and families achieve their full potential.
Sporting Memories: Veterans' Project launches
The first members of our Sporting Memories: Veterans' Project enjoyed a tour of @CardiffCityStad last week🏟️— Cardiff City FC Foundation (@CCFC_Foundation) September 13, 2018
Find out more about the project and how to get involved 👉 https://t.co/HureMWo8C5#BluebirdsCharity #OurClubChangesLives pic.twitter.com/PVSYZolL5u
Last week also saw our first 'tea and toast' session with our Sporting Memories: Veterans' Project participants.
The Foundation teamed up with Royal British Legion to engage with socially isolated retired and ex-armed forces personnel.
Learners visit Cardiff and Vale College Freshers Fayre
#CardiffCity are at @coleggwent's Freshers' Fair today!— Cardiff City FC (@CardiffCityFC) September 5, 2018
Student Flex5 from £65 ✅
Student Match Tickets from £14 ✅
Limited Student Season Tickets available ✅
#CityAsOne 🔵⚽️🔵⚽️ pic.twitter.com/MK7xi7kzmK
We welcomed a number of new learners onto our education courses last week and took them along to Cardiff and Vale College’s Freshers Fayre.
The learners are enjoying their first few weeks studying with the Bluebirds Charity, which combines learning with sport in the form of BTEC Sport studies and Futsal or Netball sessions.
Soccer Schools: October half-term
Soccer Schools are now available to book for the October half-term holidays, and you can get 15% off if you book before Wednesday!
Sessions will be running our usual locations, with new schools taking place in Heath Park and Treorchy.