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Sheffield Wednesday Football Club encourage fans to support S6 Foodbank at Harvest time

Sheffield Wednesday Football Club will once again organise a match-day food collection to support the Sheffield S6 Foodbank and their vital work with people across Sheffield. The upcoming collection follows two hugely successful pre-pandemic food collections in the 2019/20 season, each of which saw fans donate over a tonne of food. Volunteers from S6 Foodbank [...]

Monday, 18 October, 2021|Latest News|

Our Women’s Walking Football sessions are now running!

The Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme is currently holding women's walking football sessions at Wisewood Sports Centre. Our aim is to provide sessions available to all females, no matter what age or ability. Our sessions will be running from 5-6pm every Thursday at Wisewood Sports Centre for free! Rob Ward, our Health Officer who runs the [...]

Friday, 8 October, 2021|Latest News|

SWFC’s anti-hate crime awareness initiative

The Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme have been delivering hate crime awareness workshops to young people. Over 100 young people have been involved in our workshops so far, learning about a range of topics such as stereotyping, respecting others, consequences, impacts of hate crimes and how to report them. Ben Winter, SWFCCP’s Operations Manager, commented: “We [...]

Friday, 8 October, 2021|Latest News|

We’re recruiting for a Community Coach

Sheffield Wednesday FC Community Programme (SWFCCP) is looking to recruit a professional full time coach to work within our expansive schools and community programmes. The coaching opportunities exist throughout the Sheffield area delivering community and schools sessions in accordance with the standards and professionalism expected by SWFCCP. This exciting opportunity will require successful applicants to [...]

Friday, 8 October, 2021|Participation|

Launch of the Peer Action Collective (PAC)

Youth Endowment Fund, #iwill Fund and Co-op come together to launch the Peer Action Collective (PAC): giving 10–25-year-olds a voice and the chance to make their communities safer, fairer places PAC is a ground-breaking network of young people, led by 120 peer researchers and 1,500 Changemakers, who’ll reach over 5,000 other young people through their [...]

Wednesday, 6 October, 2021|Latest News|

Book with our half-term Owls Soccer Camps now!

Youngsters can now sign up to our Owls Soccer Camps to enjoy some football fun during half-term! Taking place each day, from Monday 25th October until Friday 29th October, the camp is available to boys and girls of all abilities, aged 5-14. Run by the Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme, the camp is hosted by qualified [...]

Friday, 24 September, 2021|Participation|

Supporting PACT Sheffield with our NCS programme!

In June, 2 teams of Young People from Chaucer School embarked on their NCS adventure with Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme. With the support of NCS Staff, our young people were able to increase their confidence and improve their leadership skills. These skills allowed them to successfully rally their peers in supporting them through penalty shootout [...]

Wednesday, 8 September, 2021|NCS|

Success on the Pitch with our traineeships!

Sheffield Wednesday’s Community Programme offers an array of traineeships for 16-18 year-olds that provide opportunities for individuals to gain skills and confidence to help move them into future employment. As part of the programme, trainees gain a minimum of 100 hours work experience on a placement with a range of professional employers around Sheffield, including [...]

Tuesday, 7 September, 2021|Traineeships|

Twinning Project Partnership

Sheffield Wednesday are proud to reaffirm our commitment to helping all members of our community by teaming up with HMP Hatfield and engaging with the Twinning Project. The Twinning Project is a scheme that seeks to engage approximately 100 prisoners per year in each of the 114 prisons in England and Wales in football-based programmes [...]

Wednesday, 30 June, 2021|Participation|
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