Read on for the latest news from the Cardiff City FC Foundation...
Premier League Primary Stars: Player visits…
Another day, another player visit👋@bobbyreid93 and Leandro Bacuna joined #PLPrimaryStars in @PenllwynPrimary, inspiring them to keep healthy and active💪#OurClubChangesLives💙 | #CityAsOne pic.twitter.com/xlXN9fhwk2— Cardiff City FC Foundation (@CCFC_Foundation) March 27, 2019
The Bluebirds Charity were delighted to welcome first-team stars to our Premier League Primary Stars sessions last week, with four players surprising participants and coaching the children.
Sean Morrison and Joe Ralls took part in a session in Abercerdin Primary School in Bridgend, whilst Bobby Decordova-Reid and Leandro Bacuna were guests at Penllwyn Primary School in Caerphilly.
Bluebirds Charity support Kick It Out campaign…
Sunday’s fixture against Chelsea was our designated #KickItOut fixture, and we were proud to support the work that Kick It Out carry out in the fight against discrimination.
Foundation staff and mascots donned Kick It Out stickers, whilst mascots also wore t-shirts during their warm-up at Cardiff City Stadium.
We also welcomed pupils from Mount Stuart Primary School in Butetown, who held the Premier League’s ‘No room for racism’ flag on the pitch before kick-off.
Bluebirds Ability: Chloe victorious at Bro Radio Community Awards…
The Foundation would like to congratulate Chloe, a member of our Bluebirds Ability coaching staff, who recently won ‘Sporting Achievement of the Year’ at the Bro Radio Community Awards in Barry.
Up against the likes of Barry Town first-team manager Gavin Chesterfield, Chloe was recognised after she recently after competing for Welsh Basketball, returning with five caps within an able-bodied team.
Education & Sport: Open Evening…
Just 2⃣ days until our Open Evening at @HouseofSportCDF!⏰— Cardiff City FC Foundation (@CCFC_Foundation) April 1, 2019
Come and find out more about our Education & Sport courses, as we look to help more young people achieve their full potential🤝
Sign up 👉 https://t.co/Hdjbdn8bSm#OurClubChangesLives💙 | #CityAsOne pic.twitter.com/5Td7SPEuCB
Wednesday 3rd April sees our third Education & Sport Open Evening take place at Cardiff City House of Sport from 6:15pm.
The evening gives potential learners the opportunity to find out more about the courses we offer, and how they differ from mainstream education.