From January 2018 Fleetwood Town FC Community Trust will be running a new twelve week Traineeship Programme for 16-18 year olds who need support to get back into education, training or employment; alongside short adult courses for anyone 19+ who is unemployed (all free qualifications). Kick Start Your Career has been running since September 2016.. read more →

Myerscough College’s Foundation Learning students were invited to take part in a special event to celebrate the first anniversary of a nationwide disability football programme. The programme, called Every Player Counts, is a project run by the EFL Trust, and to mark the occasion a football festival was held at MediaCityUk in Salford, with players.. read more →

Health Projects – MenActive

November 24, 2017

Health and well-being is high on the agenda for Fleetwood Town FC Community Trust, as we believe that your health is important. In England, poor lifestyle choices such as smoking, poor diet and lack of exercise is costing over £11bn, and the number of people in Fleetwood in good health is below the national average… read more →

EFL Girls Cup – 2017

November 21, 2017

The annual EFL Girls Cup Competition was ran on Thursday 16th November at Poolfoot Farm. This is a competition for U13’s Girls (YR7 and 8 teams) and every football league Club runs a similar local event. This year saw our record turnout for Girls competing. We had 16 teams from 10 high schools and over.. read more →

This was a fantastic week for FTFC CT, which culminated in a Primary School Girls tournament for KS2 that saw 11 schools take part, with Shakespeare School from Fleetwood beating Stanah Primary in the Final. We delivered Girls only sessions in Cardinal Allen, Montgomery and Millfield High School, which we have been doing for the.. read more →

Fleetwood Town trio Ashley Hunter, Markus Schwabl and Harrison Biggins took time to visit local children from Carr Head Primary School, Poulton on Wednesday afternoon. They all interacted with the pupils, took part in small sided football sessions and happily signed autographs at the school. The after-school session was delivered by Fleetwood Town’s Community Trust.. read more →

Time To Be Active!

September 22, 2017

Fleetwood Town Community Trust supports the European Week of Sport, encouraging people across Europe to #BeActive. The 23rd September sees the start of the third European Week of Sport, which is being celebrated across Europe, and Fleetwood Town Community Trust are supporting the EFL Trust in helping the UK lead from the front in encouraging.. read more →

FTFC CT launches the 2nd year of the +Sport Move and Learn Project, in partnership with Ferrero and the EFL Trust Fleetwood Town Community Trust, Ferrero and the EFL Trust are delighted to announce that they are embarking on the second year of their +Sport Move and Learn partnership in Wyre and Fylde. The specially.. read more →

Myerscough College has signed a special agreement with Fleetwood Town Football Club, aimed at recognising the growing partnership between the two organisations. The College and the Football Club already work closely together in a number of key student enrichment activities and the new agreement sees a formalising of this partnership, which has so far benefited.. read more →

Fleetwood Town Community Trust is involved in a partnership which has secured £40,000 in funding to help improve the health and wellbeing of the residents of Fleetwood.  The money, from the DONG Energy Community Fund, will form part of a bigger project totalling more than £67,000 over the next two years. A team of lifestyle.. read more →

Nathan Pond, Alex Cairns, Ashley Eastham and Bobby Grant have been chosen as Fleetwood Town’s community ambassadors. The role of ambassador is to represent the club and promote the club’s themes and CSR agenda to the wider community. It entails to agreeing to the use of their name, profile and image as well as three.. read more →

GAME Lancaster have joined forces with the club and Community Trust to create a special room within the Lowery Suite that’s kitted out with the latest titles and consoles, and offers an amazing experience. The new facility will be open prior to every league fixture and will be available exclusively to children under 16 with.. read more →

During the Easter Break, Fleetwood Town Community Trust and Wyre SSP collaborated to deliver a Gifted and Talented Camp, aimed at those who are excelling in a sporting capacity within school. Over 30 children from schools across Fylde and Wyre attended the 2 day Academy, which focused on different physical, mental and social aspects of.. read more →

Striker David Ball has won the Fleetwood Town Community Trust’s player of the year award in conjunction with the PFA.   The striker who is in his fifth season with the club has been named Community Player of the year after his outstanding work in the local community throughout the 2016/17 campaign. His work in.. read more →

The Community Trust have secured funding to deliver an exciting new programme called Premier League Primary Stars, aimed for 5-12 year olds. PL Primary stars delivery focuses on supporting the provision of PE and School Sport, Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education, English, Maths, and Enterprise within local Primary schools. On Thursday 30th March,.. read more →

The Foundation Learning Football team took part in the Lancashire F.A PAN ability tournament on the Wednesday 8th February. The tournament had teams from other local Colleges such as Cardinal Newman College, Preston College, Blackburn College, Hawkley Brook College and Lancaster and Morecambe College. The level of commitment from the players has been fantastic as.. read more →

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Baines School, Poulton represented the Community Trust in the Regional Finals of the EFL Kinder+Sport Under 16’s Futsal Cup on Tuesday, where they finished winners. The EFL Kinder+Sport Under 16’s Futsal Cup, which was held in Manchester, saw different teams across Lancashire play for a place in the National Finals in March. Baines School earned.. read more →

3 x Bikeability Instructors (Freelance) Competitive rates of pay Working Hours: 9am until 3:30pm Monday to Friday (term time only)  Fleetwood Town Community Trust are seeking motivated and enthusiastic individuals to join the team as Bikeability Instructors. As a Bikeability Instructor, successful candidates will be required to deliver fun, high quality, Bikeability National Standard Level.. read more →

On Monday 30th January 2017 we played our second Premier League Kicks fixture of the calendar year against Burnley In The Community. Youth players, Sol, Lewis, Dan, Ged and Lewis Baines all came to the event to officiate and score count. First team players Bobby Grant and David Ball also attended and interacted with our.. read more →