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Middlesbrough and Newcastle Triumph at the PL Kicks Cup

On Saturday 27th January, the Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme hosted a Regional KICKS Cup, at Sheffield Parkwood Academy, for clubs to attend from the North of England. The turnout was fantastic, with 10 clubs making the Journey to Sheffield to take part in the competition. These clubs included Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Sunderland, Barnsley, Doncaster, Hull, Rotherham, [...]

Wednesday, 21 February, 2018|Participation|

Welcome to the Parkwood Premier League Kicks Cup!

Premier League Kicks is one of the Premier League's flagship community programmes and is joint funded by Sport England. PL Kicks revolves around weekly sessions held in regular locations which the local youths attend. The Sheffield Wednesday Community Team aim to engage with youngsters in constructive activities, including a wide variety of sports, coaching, music, [...]

Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme Saving Winn Gardens

Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme have been tackling crime around young people in the Sheffield area. Winn Gardens is a small neighbourhood that resides in the ward of Hillsborough within Sheffield. Since September 2017, there has been well over 200 crime reports within a 1-mile radius of the estate – this mainly consisting of anti-social behaviour [...]

Wednesday, 3 January, 2018|Participation|

Owls Visit Windmill Hill

Owls duo Glenn Loovens and Morgan Fox paid a visit to Windmill Hill Primary School last week to talk to the pupils about the importance of reading and writing. The pair joined a class at the school in Chapeltown and took questions from the youngsters, ranging from favourite books to life at Sheffield Wednesday. After [...]

Tuesday, 5 December, 2017|Schools|

PL Primary Stars Football Skills Festival

As part of the Premier League Primary Stars programme, KS1 students from Hillsborough, Hallam and Wharncliffe Side Primary School played a series of games coached by Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme Coaches. The small groups of classes arrived on Friday 1st December to the Training Ground, where they participated in football activities including 'power and finesse', [...]

Monday, 4 December, 2017|Schools|

Sheffield Wednesday Girls Team Play in the Dark

The charity arm of Sunderland FC, The Foundation of Light, hosted a Premier League Primary Stars Regional UV Football tournament at Monkwearmouth Academy. The luminous event aimed to allow girls to try different formats of football and encourage engagement in a fun and exciting way. Sunday's participating teams included U13s from Sheffield Wednesday, Sheffield United [...]

Monday, 27 November, 2017|Inclusion|

Winners of the EFL Girls Cup Go Pitch Side!

On Friday 17th November, three schools and four football teams traveled to Hillsborough Training Ground to compete in the EFL Girls Cup Local Finals. Participating U13 teams included; Park Academy Forge Valley Stockbridge (2 teams) The winning team from the tournament will represent Sheffield Wednesday in the Area Finals against Mansfield Town which will be [...]

Tuesday, 21 November, 2017|Schools|

Have you got the skills to be a Community Coach at SWFC?

Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme is seeking to employ two dynamic individuals to provide high quality delivery of the community programme. As a Community Coach at SWFCCP, you will work closely with the Premier League Coordinator to deliver a range of school and community sessions to young people. There are two job vacancies currently available: Click [...]

Monday, 20 November, 2017|Participation|

What is Premier League Primary Stars?

Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme are very pleased to be working with the Premier League in delivering their PL Primary Stars initiative. The programme uses the encouragement from professional football clubs to inspire children to learn, be active, and develop important life skills. All of which is available in every 5-11 years primary school classrooms across [...]

Thursday, 9 November, 2017|Participation|
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