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EFL Day of Action: Gallery

14 April 2021

EFL Day of Action once again demonstrates the important of EFL Clubs in their communities.

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EFL demonstrates the importance of football's community work during 2021 Day of Action

14 April 2021

Today, the English Football League (EFL) will mark its fifth Day of Action, where all 72 Clubs from its three divisions come together to demonstrate the impact that football has in positively changing...

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Feature: Football never went away

28 December 2020

The power of sport knows no bounds. EFL Clubs and their respective Club Community Organisations (CCOs) have always been, and remain, at the heart of their communities, and their importance to the...

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EFL Trust

How the FIT FANS programme is changing lives for the better

14 November 2020

Nearly two thirds (63%) of adults in the UK are overweight or living with obesity, and this extra weight can cause pressure to build up around vital organs, making it harder for the body to fight...

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EFL Trust

Tackling Loneliness Together

13 August 2020

This week 32 football clubs launched the ‘Tackling Loneliness Together’ project which is aimed at connecting older people at risk of loneliness.

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EFL Clubs recognised at Parliament for outstanding work in the community

2 March 2020

A number of EFL Clubs were recognised and celebrated at Parliament for their outstanding work in the community this afternoon.

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EFL Clubs to help tackle increasing numbers of railway risk takers

8 May 2019

The EFL Trust has today launched a new partnership with Network Rail and the British Transport Police (BTP) to help tackle the increasing number of people risking their lives on the railway.

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Checkatrade Community Club of the Year winners recognised at Parliament

4 March 2019

Six EFL Clubs have been recognised at Parliament for their outstanding work in the community.

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