The annual EFL Day of Action takes place on Tuesday, as all EFL Clubs come together on one day to demonstrate the impact football can have in positively changing people’s lives.
Barnsley lad, Michael Worsley, aged 17, was initially sceptical of the youth programme NCS. Little did he know that the four-week programme was to change his life.
#NCSMatchday is a national campaign run by the EFL Trust celebrating the impact thousands of young people from EFL & Premier League Clubs have had in their local community.
Joe Pym, Education and Recruitment Officer at Wigan Athletic Community Trust, has embarked on an educational pathway with Wigan Athletic and the University of South Wales (USW).
Mickey McCloskey, who admits he ‘lost 22 years of his life to drug and alcohol abuse’, is using his troubled past to inspire unemployed adults with substance misuse in Plymouth to find work through...
In 2020, the EFL Trust will double its network and reach to engage over 24,000 young people aged 16 and 17 each year through its network of Club Community Organisations (CCOs), delivering National...
“They were the worst two years of my life. I was shy, nervous and wouldn’t talk to people,” says Louie Salmon, 16, from Peterborough.
Doncaster Rovers goalkeeper Louis Jones has praised the National Citizen Service programme for giving him the skills to pursue his dream of playing for the club.
Benjamin has gone from the boy without the confidence to talk to anyone to the man coaching the sessions in less than a year thanks to Aston Villa’s ‘Think Football’ project.
Earlier this year, Cambridge United Community Trust (CUCT) established a secondary school mental health project to improve wellbeing and help young people deal better with stress and anxiety and this...
Doncaster Rovers held a social cafe at the Keepmoat Stadium on Monday as part of their partnership with Doncaster Mind and in recognition of World Mental Health Day.
EFL Club Community representatives from across the country have come together at St George’s Park for the EFL Trust’s National two-day conference between Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 September.
An EFL club has participated in Pride in London for the first time, after a group of more than 75 from Charlton Athletic marched through the nation’s capital on Saturday 7 July.
Morecambe and St Peter’s C of E Primary have been crowned EFL Kids Cup champions for League Two, beating Colchester United’s St John Fisher School 1-0 at Wembley Stadium.
AFC Wimbledon and Cleves School have been crowned EFL Kids Cup champions for League One, beating Oldham Athletic’s South Failsworth Primary at Wembley Stadium.
Queens Park Rangers and John Keble Primary have been crowned EFL Kids Cup champions for the Championship, beating Sheffield Wednesday’s Greenhill Primary at Wembley Stadium.
Teachers from Rivington and Blackrod High School have spoken about the importance of events like Sunday’s EFL Girls Cup Final, which was played at Wembley Stadium ahead of the Checkatrade Trophy...
Rivington and Blackrod High School, representing Bolton Wanderers, have lifted the EFL Girls Cup at Wembley Stadium.