Foundation Round-Up | Young Bluebirds take over House of Sport...

Wardy and Smithies visit Llandaff City…

City stars Danny Ward and Alex Smithies paid a visit to Year 6 pupils in Llandaff City Church in Wales Primary School as part of the Premier League Primary Stars project. 

The players took part in and supported the children as they worked on the FA’s ‘Heads Up’ campaign that looks at the impact of positive mental health and the support that is available through football and sport. 

Girls Cup
Ysgol Bro Edern represent Cardiff City FC… 

Ysgol Bro Edern travelled to Exeter last week to compete in the EFL Utilita Football U13s Girls Cup Regional Finals. 

After winning the Cardiff heats, the girls did extremely well to reach the final and finish runners up on the day, eventually losing to Plymouth Argyle 2-0. 

CareTech Foundation back Bluebirds Charity… 

The Foundation is delighted to receive recent backing from The CareTech Foundation as we continue to support children, young people and families achieve their full potential. 

The CareTech Foundation delivers meaningful impact to communities in the UK and overseas by supporting and championing the social care sector, care workers and those living in care. 

Matchday Kickabout
Young Bluebirds take over House of Sport…

Over 70 young City fans turned out for the Foundation’s matchday kick-about before Cardiff City vs. Preston North End on 21st December. 

The cost-free event was run for loyal season ticket holders to take part in, show their skills and train like a Bluebird.