Foundation Round-Up: Premier League Kicks continues & Open Evening announced
Read on for a full round-up of the past week at the Cardiff City FC Foundation...
Ysgol Bro Edern crowned Girls Cup Champions…
Congratulations go out to Ysgol Bro Edern who lifted the EFL Trust & Utlilita Football Girls Cup in partnership with New Directions Education last week.
In our biggest Girls Cup yet, 26 teams from 17 schools across South Wales took part, with Edern defeating Ysgol Garth Olwg 1-0 in extra-time.
A big thank you to members of the Cardiff City FC Women’s team who also paid a visit to Cardiff International Sports Campus to show their support.
Premier League Kicks continues…
Last week, the Premier League also announced that their flagship programme Premier League Kicks, will be running for another three years.
The Bluebirds Charity have been running Kicks for six years already, working with young people across South Wales to help break down barriers through the power of football and the appeal of Cardiff City FC.
Find your nearest site: https://bit.ly/2WiH2aJ
Our first Open Evening of the season…
The Foundation are opening our doors to young people aged 16-19 who want to find out more about the courses we offer at Cardiff City House of Sport.
Guests will have the chance to meet our tutors, speak to current learners and observe or take part in a futsal session as part of the event.
Come along from 5:30pm on Friday 15th November to make the most of it!
Sign up: https://bit.ly/2BPHnZ2
Vacancies with us…
The Foundation are also looking to welcome two new members to our team as we have some exciting vacancies available.
We’re currently looking to hire a Head of Community Development and Head of Finance and Operations as we expand our team.
Apply today: https://bit.ly/2Wim37Q