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Holiday Activity and Food (HAF) camps 

We run camps throughout all school holidays for children who receive free schools meals. We recently partnered with Birmingham Children’s Trust to provide spaces for the most vulnerable children over the Christmas period.  

Winter Boxes 

We have provided Winter Boxes for families who are struggling, which provide essential ingredients to both families whose children receive free school meals and those who don’t. There were winter activity packs for children eligible for free school meals which were made up of activities and games for children over the holiday period. 

Wrap Up Birmingham Campaign (Human Appeal) 

Raising funds and awareness for City based campaign. We Hosted a sleepout on 14th December and coat and warm clothing drop for people within the City. We organised a bucket collection and awareness campaign at our home fixture on December 16th to raise vital funds and have warm clothes drop off points around the stadium. 

Health and wellbeing programmes 

We are aware of the impact on both mental and physical wellbeing of the current crisis and to help our communities we have the following free sessions, in place. All of these initiatives have been created to provide free access to activities and to encourage socialisation, mental wellbeing and positive thinking during this difficult time. 

  • Fit Fans: free health and fitness programme starting January. Based at St Andrew’s Stadium, this is for aged 35+ / BMI of 28+/ waistline of 38” in males and 31” in females. To book, email or call 0121 202 5291. 
  • Boot Camps (Impact Fitness): free sessions for over 18’s which focus on staying active, meeting people and have a strong focus on the social side. They include nutritional advice and other information to support physical and mental wellbeing. To book, email or call 0121 202 5291. 
  • Walking Football: newly launched for the over 50s, this takes place on Tuesdays, 7pm – 8pm at Starbank School. To book, email or call 0121 202 5291. 
  • 6-a-side Football: for anyone aged 35+, this takes place on Tuesdays, 8pm – 9pm at Starbank School. To book, email or call 0121 202 5291.  
  • Kicks: we offer 5 sessions per week across the City to provide access to sport for young people. For more information email   
  • City Academy – Tuesdays, 3.15pm - 4.45pm | Ages 11-16  
  • Bordesley Green – Tuesdays, 5.30pm - 7pm | Ages 12-16 (Females Only)  
  • Moseley – Thursdays, 5pm - 7pm | Ages 14-18  
  • Balaam Wood - Fridays, 3.15pm - 4.45pm | Ages 11-16  
  • Moseley – Fridays, 5pm - 7pm | Ages 12-16 

Foodbank support 

Birmingham City will be supporting foodbanks in Sparkhill, Quinton, Kings Norton and Smith’s Wood with monetary donations from Half-Season Ticket purchases, as well as hosting food drop-off points on matchdays outside the Kop and in the Main Stand.

Read more here.

The Second City 

Our renewed partnership with Let’s Feed Brum will see Blues utilise the charity’s Breakfast Club unit, and serve toast, fruit and cereal bars along busy school routes, completely free of charge.

Warm Hub 

We have extended our sessions for senior citizens by one hour to allow participants to stay in the warmth longer than usual, where they are offered warm drinks and the chance to socialise.  

The affordable activities on offer are: 

  • Remember The Rovers: a reminiscence session for those senior citizens and their family members, who are suffering from Alzheimer's and/or dementia (weekly, Wednesdays) 
  • Jack's Walkers: an initiative designed to combat loneliness and social isolation via offering a walking activity round the pitch at Ewood Park. Session includes one hour of walking followed by tea and cake and socialising activities.  (Weekly, Fridays) 
  • Rover 60s Lunch Club: a social activity which provides senior citizens an affordable lunch which includes the opportunity for participants to meet new people ((Monthly, Thursdays) 
  • One Community Fund: we have created a food Christmas hamper offer to support the 900 most vulnerable people in the borough, in partnership with the local council. To be a participant in this initiative, the individual or family group must be registered with the council and meet their needs-based assessment.   

Blue's Bar extended opening hours  

Open to staff and participants so they can save on utility bills by accessing Blue’s Bar. There are multiple discounts on food and drink, which allows the consumer to save money which can be used towards the cost-of-living crisis.     


We are working in partnership with Blackpool Food Bank. 

Starting from Tuesday 13th December 2022, The Big Food Truck will be based at Bloomfield Road near the North Stand Community Hub on Tuesdays between 2pm – 4pm and will be offering Family Bags at £5 and Single Bags at £3. 

Blackpool FC Community Trust projects 

These initiatives can be found on our Community Trust website at 

  • Holiday Activity and Food Programme run across Blackpool to provide activity and food to children on free school meals during school holidays including Christmas holidays 
  • Christmas Lunch in the week leading up to Christmas Day for the socially isolated and those at risk of homelessness 
  • Christmas Present Campaign for any child in primary schools within Blackpool to receive a gift to reduce the risk of not receiving a present on Christmas morning 
  • Christmas Day visits where our staff go out on Christmas Day morning and visit people in the community who may be socially isolated 
  • We host a range of activities at Bloomfield Road Stadium for older adults, socially isolated, local veterans and other target groups to receive a hot meal, activities and a place of safety and warmth  
  • We also host a range of employability programmes for individuals who are classified as NEET 

Matchday upgrade offer 

Fans can upgrade to the Heineken or Moretti Lounges which includes a free pie and pint, for £10.  

2022-23 Club Membership scheme 

Adult fans can purchase a Club Membership for £15 and receive £5 off per home game. 

Read more here.

Junior fans can purchase a Junior Seasiders Membership for £10 and receive a hat and scarf, birthday and Christmas cards, plus two parties throughout the season.  

Read more here. 

Holiday Activity and Food programme 

We offered free football activities and food for children who receive free school meals, during thee Christmas holidays across four sites.  

Food Pantry 

At our holiday activity sessions we ran food pantries which families attending could access free supplementary food to take away with them to support over the Christmas period.   The club supported a food collection to support this. 

Warm Space 

We provided a space for people to drop in to somewhere that is warm, to have a hot drink and conversation with staff over the Christmas period 

Community food and isolation support 

In January, we are planning to support 100 families per week with food hampers, while also checking in with our most vulnerable and isolated members of the community. This will be run in partnership with Fareshare South West, and the club’s front of shirt sponsors Huboo. 

Family Area ticket offer 

Tickets offers for all home games are available:  

  • £25 for Adults and £10 for Under-12s  
  • For Members: £20 for Adults and £5 for Under-12s  

Season Ticket Holder Discounts 

Season Ticket holders receive 10% off on food & drink. 

Burnley FC in the Community foodbank  

Burnley FC in the Community is working with the Burnley Together community hub to deliver the foodbank element of the facility during these unprecedented times. 

The foodbank is in the heart of Burnley town centre. If you need a food parcel, please call Burnley Together on 01282 686 402 or visit 

Read more here.

Boots for Bluebirds appeal 

Cardiff City Football Club and Cardiff City FC Foundation are calling for all supporters to donate football boots to those who need them in our communities. 

In all sizes - children and adult – we are looking for new or used donations of football boots, astroturf trainers and shin pads 

Footwear donated will be distributed via Cardiff City FC Foundation to our partner schools and community groups starting with low-income families and young people living in areas of deprivation.

For details of the drop-off points, click here.

Huddersfield Town Foundation projects 

We are currently delivering projects including Sporting Memories, Walking Football and Mental Health football sessions for adults, all of which are free of charge to attend.  

Our weekly Premier League Kicks sessions for young people aged 8-13 are also all free of charge to attend. 

We provided free spaces at holiday camps in Huddersfield and Dewsbury in December 2022 to children on free school meals. We work with specific schools for them to refer the young people. 

More information can be found on our website here.

Foodbank collections 

We will continue to promote foodbank bin collections around the John Smith's Stadium on match days. 

Big Sleep Outs 

Our fourth 'Big Sleep Out' event raised circa £10k, which has gone to local charities working to address homelessness and supporting people to avoid poverty.  

Funds from our recent fifth 'Big Sleep Out' event are also due to be awarded in the coming months. 

Our sixth Big Sleep Out will take place on Friday 24th March 2023 and we will once again invite the community to join us in fundraising at this event.

Read more here.

Fundraising for Breakfast Clubs 

We continue to raise funds to provide for 40 Breakfast clubs across Kirklees, raising approximately £140k per annum.   

Distributing free tickets for local young people 

We award 150 free tickets per First Team game to young people, and to support those who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford to attend games due to costs. 

Half Season Card offer 

Our Half Season Card offer is very competitively priced, and we have offered two games free of charge as an extra incentive, with the cost of living in mind.   

Read more here.

Season Card Holders offer 

We publish a list of benefits that Season Card holders receive from club partner organisations here.

Holiday Activity and Food Programme 

Over the Christmas holidays we provided free activities and meals for children who receive free school meals. Click here for more information. 

Tigers Together 

Tigers Trust provides weekly football sessions for those people living with depression, anxiety, schizophrenia to come together and develop their skills and feel better about themselves. To extend our support to beneficiaries, we have also been giving out food parcels at these sessions for our more vulnerable participants.  

Our food parcels are made up from donations from HIS Church, an organisation we work in partnership with and make donations for pallets of food and toys throughout the year. 

Read more here. 

Walking Football 

We have been encouraging more attendees for our Walking Football, and offering tea & biscuits at the end of the sessions. 

Read more here.

Tigers Pathways 

All Tigers Pathways beneficiaries are receiving food parcels from Tigers Trust. 

Tigers Pathways is a free six-week programme aimed at improving skills and preparing people for employment, education or training. Available for people who are aged 18+ and who aren't currently in education, employment or training.  

Find out more here.  

PL Kicks  

Premier League Kicks supports local young people to encourage them to play football and take part in positive activities to enable safer and more respectful communities. The sessions are completely free to attend and are for young people aged 8-18 years. 

Tigers Trust have been distributing food parcels and sports kit to those in need who attend our outreach Kicks sessions across the communities. 

Read more here.

Boot Room 

We have launched the ‘Boot Room’ and recently secured commercial sponsors to support donations of kit and boots to ensure people can continue to engage and participate in sporting activity. 

Read more here.

Free matchdays for community members 

We have themed match days whereby we are taking up to 250 participants and families to games. 

Free Away Game Travel 

Hull City are delighted to announce that club owner Acun Ilıcalı has confirmed that coach travel to away fixtures will be free of charge for all travelling supporters for the remainder of the 2022/23 Championship season. The decision by Tigers’ chairman is in recognition of the difficult times fans have faced in recent months. 

The offer of free travel from the MKM Stadium will start from the visit to the Bet365 Stadium on Saturday 11th February when the Tigers take on Stoke City. 

The announcement comes off the back of the free Tiger Travel offer for both our away festive fixtures against Birmingham City and Wigan Athletic. 

Details on how to book your place on Tigers Travel for the Stoke City match & further fixtures this season will be released in due course. 

Read more here.

Community Trust projects 

  • Social Club: a weekly informal club aimed at the over 50s, offering a safe and warm place to socialise, play games and meet new people over hot drinks and cake.  Every Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00 at Luton Town FC, Kenilworth Road, Maple Road East, Luton, LU4 8AW. For further information please email or click here.
  • Fit Fans: a free 12-week programme for adults who would like to lose weight, get fitter and lead a more active life. Wednesday 7pm-9pm and Thursday 7pm-9pm at Luton Town FC, Kenilworth Road, Maple Road East, Luton, LU4 8AW. Wednesday's 6pm - 7pm and Thursday's 6pm-8pm at Beech Hill Primary School, Luton, LU4 8BW. For more information email       
  • Holiday Activities and Food Programme (HAF): funded by the Department of Education for those in reception to year 11 who receive benefits-related free school meals. The HAF programme's purpose is to make sure children and young people are entertained, active, educated, safe and is delivered with local partners in school holidays. For more information, please email      
  • Matchday Family Fun Days: taking place on matchdays, activities are open the whole community, with freebies and entertainment for kids. 

Ticket offers 

We offer a five-game booklet voucher with the following pricing: 

  • Adult – £125   
  • Over 65/Under 22 - £90   
  • Over 75/Under 19 - £75   
  • Under 17 - £40   
  • Under 10 - £25     

Details via the ticket office when supporters book tickets - 01582 416976 or                                     

Our age bands for supporters purchasing tickets are wider than most other clubs   

Happy Harry Lunch Bag offer 

This is offered to all supporters who purchase a junior ticket.

Read more here.

Season ticket offer 

Season ticket holders can gain free entry to guests under 21 for other games at the stadiums.

Retail offers 

We will be launching an end of season sale here

Warm Welcome Project 

Warm Welcome is open to all ages and free to access, particularly for those who are struggling to heat their homes. Individuals are invited to come to the Stadium or the Herlingshaw Centre for a hot drink, a warm room, free Wi-Fi and a chance to chat (if they so wish). 

It will run at the Riverside Stadium, every Tuesday from 10am - 12pm and the Foundation's Herlingshaw Centre every Wednesday from 4pm - 6pm. 

Tickets for community projects 

The club has donated complimentary tickets to MFC Foundation for every match for use to support community projects. Some of these will be used in conjunction with the Warm Welcome programme, ensuring they are reaching the correct people.     

Lions Food Hub 

Millwall Community Trust runs the Lions Food Hub foodbank. Supporters can attend the foodbank should they need to, and we ask and encourage supporters to donate items (if they are able to) where we have a match day donation area. 

The Community Trust also offers 10 tickets to families who attend the foodbank to a match day complimentary each week.     

After School Clubs and Holiday Camps 

We offer a £3.00 after school club, which is heavily discounted compared to other after school clubs in the London area.   

During school holidays we also run free holiday camps (Easter, Summer and Christmas) this includes a free hot meal for all in attendance.       

Donate a Coat 

As temperatures plunge this winter, life gets harder for people living on the streets, and for those living below the poverty line who are pushed into the position of choosing whether to heat or eat – that’s where a coat donation can help.  Millwall's first-team squad have donated last season's bench coats to the cause in a bid to make a difference, and we encourage supporters with an unused coat to donate it via Millwall Community Trust's Lions Centre.  

Read more here.   

Free ticket offer for foodbanks 

We have pledged to offer 20 tickets to local foodbanks for the game, which we will attach a food voucher to for the person who is attending the game can get a free meal and drink - it will be a no question asked, they will provide the voucher to the kiosk worker. 

Frozen ticket prices 

Our Season Ticket prices, Match Ticket prices and Half Season Ticket prices have all been frozen.     

Weekly coffee morning 

The Den opens its door from 9.30am-midday every Wednesday for a coffee morning with all guests enjoying unlimited free tea, coffee, and cakes/biscuits. This is open to all supporters and members of the public, with the aim of bringing people together and addressing social isolation. 

Norwich City Community Sports Foundation programmes 

The Community Sports Foundation offers free and low-cost initiatives, which are open to everyone. These include:  

  • Ahead of the Game: a youth club programme for young people aged 13 to 17. Taking place in The Nest’s engage space, attendees will enjoy a host of fun activities, with a side benefit of supporting their mental wellbeing - Free. Read more here.
  • Pan-Disability and Specific Disability Groups: the Foundation’s Disability Mini Kickers and Soccer Skill Centres are designed to improve sporting and social skills as well as self-esteem and confidence. The inclusive sessions are delivered on a weekly basis and are themed around all aspects of football.- £1 per session. Read more here. 
  • Realising Potential: get active and develop personal skills with the Foundation’s Realising Potential programme, based at both The Nest and Carrow Park in Norwich. Aimed at children and adults with either physical or learning disabilities – Free. Read more here. 
  • Duncan’s Club: a new support programme for people with dementia, is a 90-minute session every Thursday morning at The Nest, in Horsford. It is the only weekly session of its kind for people in Norfolk with dementia. – Free. Read more here.  
  • Extra Time: engages men and women aged 55 plus in weekly physical and social sessions, offering a wide range of sports and the opportunity to discuss key topics and hear from guest speakers. One morning every week, attendees enjoy an hour of physical activity, followed by a social hour. Participants are welcome to attend the social hour only - £3.50 a session, first one free. Read more here. 
  • Run for Me: a community running group, which has an added focus on supporting its participants’ mental health and wellbeing. The group meets once a week for a 60-minute running session led by qualified running coaches, followed by a 30-minute social session – Free. Read more here.
  • Team Talk – Free weekly football sessions, with an emphasis on improving mental wellbeing- Free. Read more here.
  • Premier League Kicks: targets young people (age 8 to 18) who have previously proven difficult to reach and helps guide them towards a range of sporting activities - Free. Read more here.

Preston North End Christmas Toy Appeal  

The Club and Community Education Trust (PNECET) organised a Christmas toy donation campaign to support the most vulnerable families across Preston.  

Toys were collected at the Community Offices at Deepdale at matchdays with the Mission Christmas van in the fan zone. 

Holiday Activity and Food Programme 

PNECET provided three days of fun Christmas themed activities to over 100 young people who receive on free school meals and their families. All families were gifted a food hamper which provided some basic Christmas themed necessities to support the families over the Christmas period.  

Senior Whites Christmas Lunch  

PNECET/PNE will provided a two course Christmas lunch to older and vulnerable people from across our Community. After dinner a number of activities were provided including; bingo, guest speakers and much more.  

Free to access community projects 

PNECET offers free provision for a number of community support projects:     

  • PNE Kicks: free football and Sports provisions for young people aged 8-18 years old. Read more here. 
  • United Together: free football, sports and mentoring for adults who have been released from Prison. The session will help prevent the individual re-offending. Read more here. 
  • PNE Forces: free football and sports sessions for current and former service personnel. Read more here.
  • Traineeships: supporting 16-24 year olds to gain both work experience and valuable qualifications to improve their employability skills. Read more here.     
  • Walking Football: free walking football sessions for over 50s. Read more here.
  • Wildcats: free football sessions for 5-11 year old girls. Read more here.
  • Fit Fans/Weight Management: free weight management programmes for adults aged over 18. Read more here.

Extra Time coffee/group meet-up  

Extra Time helps isolated groups of over 60s engage with each other, as well as encourage physical activity.  

Sessions run every Wednesdays from 10:00am to 12:00pm at Loftus Road in our Blue and White Bar. For more information, please email    

Hammersmith and Fulham Foodbank 

Collection points can be found at the clubs Academia FanZone on South Africa Road, or closer to the stadium at the Alton House entrance which is just to the left of the Box Office. 

Supporters can also make donations on a matchday. For more information, please email 

School Holiday Activity & Food Programme  

  • In Hammersmith and & Fulham: run in partnership with West London Zone for children on Free School Meals. For further information, please email
  • In Hillingdon: run in partnership with Hillingdon Council for children on Free School Meals. For further information, please email 

Flexi Tickets offer  

Flexi Ticket enable supporters to make purchases of either 3, 5 or 8 match tickets, as well as a four-game midweek package on offer. Fans can redeem the match tickets at their own convenience and use any games available at the time of release. Also made available to supporters is the three-month direct debit payment option.  

More information can be found here or by contacting the QPR Box Office on 020 8740 2613 or     

Double QPR Cash Days 

QPR Cash is the club’s loyalty scheme designed to reward supporters for their purchases within the club. All current season ticket holders, members and hospitality clients are enrolled 

For more information on QPR Cash, please email

Early Bird renewal windows for season tickets 

QPR season ticket holders are rewarded for renewing early with the Early Bird or Loyalty Window phases.  

Family Package season tickets  

The Family Stand is in the left hand three blocks of our Lower Loft stand, with 4 season ticket offers available for adults and children looking to purchase as a family.  

For details on 2023/24 Family Package season tickets, please email  

Holiday Activities and Food Camps 

Reading FC Community Trust runs a free week-long Activity Camps during the summer, winter and Easter school holidays, supported by the Club’s Principal Partner Select Car Leasing. The camps offer a safe environment for disadvantaged, at-risk young people or children with special educational needs and disabilities from Reading and the surrounding areas.  

Healthy and nutritious food is provided, and they can take part in activities such as frisbee, Kimball, dodgeball, soft archery, handball, Gaelic football and of course football, all designed to boost physical and mental wellbeing.  

Football Friends  

Reading FC Community Trust invite local people to join us in the players’ lounge at the Select Car Leasing Stadium to enjoy a chat and cake and be entertained by guest speakers and local singers.  

An opportunity to socialise with others and to share thoughts on the Royals, can have a positive impact on our supporters wellbeing and the Trust are committed to helping our community wherever we can. 

  • The first Wednesday of every month 
  • Those interested in coming along can email Dan Rook, Reading FC Community Trust EDI Lead -  

Every Miller Matters campaign  

"Every Miller Matters" will offer warm spaces and support for families and individuals this winter considering the current cost of living crisis. This will be running throughout the week -3 days a week for 4 hours a day. It is open to anyone wanting to come to stay warm, charge their electronics and have a warm cup of coffee/bowl of soup.    

We are also offering match day warm rooms throughout the winter to allow people on match days to use our facilities instead of using their own over a weekend. 

Foodbank Donation campaign 

We are working in partnership with local foodbanks to add to their supplies, which are critically low due to people having to cut back.  

We have hosted a food and clothing bank drop at the stadium on both match days and non-match days, with hundreds of items so far donated. 

United Rotherham Initiative ticket offer 

From 10th December to 18th February we made up to 50 tickets available per match from our United Rotherham Initiative to people who are high points holders and have stopped coming to matches due to the cost. We did this to help our most loyal customers at a time of need. 

Warm Hub at the Blades Family Hub 

Sheffield United in the Community is looking to facilitate the opening of the Blades Family Hub at Bramall Lane and provide this as a 'warm hub' for those who may be struggling with heating costs and offer them a warm place to go with teas and coffees and hot drinks. 

Tackling period poverty 

We provide free sanitary products in all female toilets at the bet365 Stadium. 

Read more here.

Supporting people living with dementia 

We deliver sessions to support those living with dementia, Alzheimer’s and other mental health conditions.

Schools ticket offer 

16,000 pairs of tickets have been donated in 2022-23 to Year 2 youngsters across schools in North Staffordshire & South Cheshire.

Read more here.

Free coach travel for away games 

This season, as in the previous seven, free coach travel is offered to anyone who has a match ticket for an away game. 

Read more here.

Early Bird Season Card offer 

Eary Bird pricing for Season Cards includes: 

  • Prices frozen for 15th successive year 
  • New Under-15 price of £75 introduced across the bet365 Stadium 
  • £38 Under-11 Season Cards extended to all areas 

Read more here.

Additional discounted tickets for Season Card Holders 

Season Card holders can purchase additional tickets for £10 per adult and £5 for concessions (over 65s and under 18s) for two games this season.

Read more here.

Small Change Big Difference 

The Foundation of Light has announced its ‘Small Change Big Difference’ campaign, which aims to raise money to support communities who are increasingly feeling the impact of the cost-of-living crisis and rising energy costs.   

We encourage Sunderland AFC fans and members of the public to donate a small amount each month – if they can - to make a big difference to the lives of local people. 

Donations can be made via our donation page, with a monthly direct debit taking less than two minutes to set-up. 

Read more here.

Warm Space 

The home of the Foundation of Light, has joined forces with other voluntary and community sector partners to join the City Council’s network of warm spaces across Sunderland this winter. 

The warm space venue will offer residents a place to go where they can access a range of services and facilities this winter. The Beacon of Light will also be providing a free hot drink and snack to those who need it.     


  • Monday 3.30pm-6.30pm 
  • Tuesday 3.30pm-6.30pm 
  • Wednesday 3.30pm-6.30pm 
  • Thursday 3.30pm-6.30pm 
  • Friday 3.30pm-6.30pm 
  • Saturday 10am-1pm 
  • Sunday 10am-1pm 

For full information click here.

Cookery programme 

We have developed a cookery programme aimed at supporting families who are finding the current situation difficult and are accessing foodbanks. Our Hospitality tutor has developed recipes, using the contents of a standard foodbank package. These recipes will be shared on the newly developed TikTok channel and YouTube to improve accessibility.   

Food for Thought campaign 

The Stadium has been a drop-off point, collecting items for the Swansea Foodbank, and we are working in conjunction with the Swansea City AFC Foundation and The Wave to provide help to those most in need this winter.

Read more here. 

Ticket offers 

We have grassroots ticketing offers which invite local teams (kids for £1, adults for £10) to join us twice a season. 

There are also upcoming incentives for games also with reduced ticket pricing.  

Details of the offers will be updated on our ticket webpage here.

Food and drink offers 

Early pricing beverage offers up until 45 mins before kick off. Up to 80p off per drink. Junior Jack meal deals are also available for our young fans. 

Season ticket holders 

Season ticket holders can earn lLoyalty cash: 7.5% for seasonal hospitality guests and season ticket holders, and 5% earned for Jack Army members. 

Warm spaces 

Watford FC Community Trust’s Meriden Community Centre is part of the local council’s welcoming spaces initiative. There is scheduled free time for individuals to save money on their bills by coming to the centre free of charge to make use of our facilities and enjoy a hot drink.  


Watford FC Community Trust’s Meriden Community Centre is hosting and facilitating fellow charity GoKula as they offer foodbank services to local people  

School uniform donation & collection point 

Meridien Community Centre hosts a free school uniform shop for families unable to purchase uniforms. Donations from the community are redistributed to others. 

Free sanitary products 

A free offer of sanitary products for those using Watford FC Community Trust’s community venues (Meriden Community Centre and Cedars Youth and Community Centre  

Holiday Activities and Food Programme (HAF) 

Watford FC Community Trust run school holiday provision offered to children on free school meals initiative – children get a lunchtime meal and activities for free. This takes place at Meriden Community Centre and Cedars Youth and Community Centre. 

Toy drive 

A joint initiative with Watford Football Club and Community Trust. Over Christmas we facilitated donations of toys from supporters, staff and others, then wrapped and redistributing to local children from low-income families – selected in partnership with schools and hospital.  

Free to access community support programmes 

Watford FC Community Trust also run a variety of community programmes including: 

  • Premier League Kicks: Free Diversionary activities for young people aged 11-19 outside of school hours. Sessions include, but not limited to football, youth club and dance. 
  • Active Watford and Three Rivers: free motivational programme for inactive adults looking to get active (self-referrals and referrals by GPs/health practitioners). Involves signposting to local physical activity opportunities that work to their lifestyle and prevent barriers such as cost. 
  • Shape Up: delivered across Hertfordshire and Harrow, this free 12-week programme is for adults looking to reach a healthy weight and lead an active lifestyle (weekly sessions). Aimed at those hitting specific criteria e.g. 28+BMI – varies across localities 
  • Man On: men-only weekly sessions in which attendees play football and receive wellbeing support 

More information can be found here.


The Albion Foundation programmes 

Activities on offer include: 

  • Hawthorns Hub: a weekly drop in for older people and people who feel isolated.     
  • Christmas Give Back initiative: organising a Christmas meal for older people in the community 
  • Holiday Activity and Food Programme: for young people in the Christmas holidays 

All details can be found on here.

Half season tickets 

Half season tickets are now available and include children for £1 per game.

Read more here.

Season ticket holder retail discount 

Seaon ticket holders receive 5 % discount on all goods in our shop here.

2022 Christmas appeal 

Over Christmas we asked supporters to nominate an older person to receive a care package (which included warm blankets, hot water bottles etc). 

Extra Time sessions  

These run weekly at two venues in the Borough providing free tea, coffee and refreshments to over 55s and people at risk of social isolation. Participants can either self-refer or be referred by a GP a Community Link Worker.  

Sessions run on a Tuesday at Wigan Youth Zone (1pm – 3pm) and a Thursday at Leigh Miners (1pm – 3pm).  

Community support for vulnerable people 

We are continuing to offer assisted individual walks, garden gate visits and on-line groups sessions for older vulnerable people. 

Foodbank collection 

We hosted a foodbank collection in aid of Maundy Relief and our Emirates FA Cup second round tie against Barnet on Saturday 26th November. 

Free Community Activities 

Reds in the Community offer the following free activities to support the local community: 


  • Reds Connect (Walking Football): 12pm - 1pm, Oakwell Stadium, Indoor Training Centre, S71 1ET, 16+ years     
  • Sporting Memories: 2pm -3:30pm, Lavender Court, Kendray Over 55’s     
  • Healthy Minds: Oakwell Indoor Training Centre, S71 1ET, 7pm - 8:30pm, Females 16+     


  • Game Changer (Gardening Activity): Swanee Road Allotment, 10am - 12pm, 16+     
  • Reds Connect (Exercise Class): Mapplewell Village Hall 16+ - 6pm - 7pm    
  • Game Changer (Tuesday Night Football), 5ives, Kendray S70 3JR, 7-8pm, men over 35     
  • Reds Connect (Exercise Class): Oakwell Indoor Training Centre, S71 1ET, 8pm - 9pm, 16+     


  • Inclusive Reds: games, quizzes and worksheets, Oakwell Disability Stand, 10am - 11:30am, 16+     
  • Walking Football: 12pm - 1pm, Oakwell Stadium, Indoor Training Centre, S71 1ET, 16+ years     
  • Sporting Memories: Oakwell Indoor Training Centre, S71 1ET, 2-3:30pm     
  • Team Talk: Oakwell Indoor Training Centre, S71 1ET, 6pm-7:30pm, 16+     


  • Extra Time Hub: Mapplewell Village Hall, 2pm - 3pm, 50+    


  • Strolling Reds: Oakwell Stadium, S71 1ET, 10am – 12pm 

For full details on these activities please click here.

Bolton Holiday Activities and Food Programme  

We provided free activities and lunch meals over the Christmas period for children and young people who receive free school meals.        

Free half-season family tickets for primary schools 

We are also making a free half-season family ticket available to all primary schools in the Borough to reward/help students and families who may not be able to afford to attend games. 

Other ways we’re helping 

  • A fundraising carol concert for Bolton Wanderers in the Community community response, and funds for local homeless charities and foodbanks.  
  • Santa Dash to raise funds for Bolton Wanderers in the Community’s warm hub. Proving a warm space for the community to come together and avoid having to heat their homes. 
  • Bolton Wanderers in the Community staff sit on the strategic and working group for the council’s response to the cost of living. 
  • Working with Bolton Council to promote unclaimed benefits that individuals may be eligible for – promotion campaign via community talks and through social media.   

Bristol Rovers Warm Hub 

Starting from 6th December 2022 and running until the end of the season, the club will be opening the doors of its club house area and offering a warm space for the local community to come and use.  

The sessions will run from 1pm – 4pm, and we'll be partnering with the Lockleaze Trust to offer an organically sourced soup and receiving weekly donations of bread rolls from a local bakery. 

Community Group tickets 

We have 100 community trust tickets per match that are issued to community groups, local schools and charity requests. These are operated via our Community Trust team. 

Reduced price ticket offer 

We have introduced a Category C ticket where we offer kids tickets from £1 and adult tickets from £10. The offer is available online when purchasing tickets.  

Free fruit for kids on match days 

Everyone attending on a children's ticket can claim a free piece of fruit at our food outlets around the ground.       

Retail offers 

We've introduced a range of t shirts in the shop that we are 2 for £30 and will run throughout the season. These are available in the shop and online.  

Warm Space 

Burton Albion FC and Community Trust will be hosting a 'Brewers Place of Welcome' every Wednesday (11pm – 2pm) at Burton Albion Community Football Centre on the Pirelli Stadium site. A hot drink and a friendly chat for anyone that wants to come along! 


At the 'Brewers Place of Welcome' we will also be running a foodbank and donation point in partnership with Burton YMCA.  

Free tickets for charity partners 

We are giving local charities who already are connected to Burton Albion the opportunity to access up to 50 free tickets for first team games. This will be done through the Community Trust and linked to the Family Zone that happens at each game. 

The offer will be made available through contact directly with the chosen charities. 

Forever United programme 

We will be setting up a Forever United Café from 11am-1pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays which will act as a Warm & Welcoming Space.      

Our Forever United programme supports for seniors, working with EFL Trust's Extra Time Hub scheme 

Read more here.

Charlton Athletic 


Charlton Athletic Community Trust provide a wide range of community support initiatives across a number of boroughs. This includes: 

Holiday Activity and Food programme 

Charlton Athletic Community Trust runs this programme during school holidays for young people in receipt of free school meals. It provides support, activities and a free meal each day for all participants. 


Stay Warm Stay Safe 

A service provided by Charlton Athletic Community Trust and Live Well Greenwich, aimed to help Royal Borough of Greenwich residents manage in cold conditions and heat their homes over winter. It focuses on residents who may be at risk and people who may be struggling to pay their energy bills.The service runs from October to March and offers tailored support. It is open to anyone in the Borough in need of support. 


South London Healthy Homes 

The free service is accessible across 13 London boroughs, to help vulnerable residents stay warm and healthy. If someone you know has concerns about keeping their home warm this winter, or if you’d like support yourself, call the South London Healthy Homes line on 0808 169 1779 or click here to be referred to the South London Stay Warm and Well Network. 

This programme is run by Charlton Athletic Community Trust, Lewisham Council, Groundwork, Thinking Works and South East London Community Energy (SELCE), with support from the Mayor of London. 


Warm Hub 

The club is opening as a local Warm Hub each Monday between 10am – 12pm. 

Kids Tickets Offer 

'Kids for a Quid' ticket offers will be shared on specific upcoming matches, announced on our website here.

Rams Family Support project 

We are opening a new venue within the stadium: Harrison's Hub at the Community Corner. This will open as a 'welcome space'.  

We aim to offer weekly community meals, in addition to regular Derby County Community Trust activity, including coffee mornings and our long-standing food donation hub.  

Rams Family Fund 

The Rams Family Fund is set up to accept donations to purchase tickets for fans who may not usually be able to attend games. This was set up in the 2021/22 season and has raised almost £40k to date.  

Half Season ticket 

We have launched a half season ticket retailing at 20% lower than match by match ticket pricing. 

Holiday Activities and Food Programme 

This Christmas we returned to Haven Banks Outdoor Education Centre and Newtown and Willowbrook Primary Schools to deliver the ninth iteration of our Holiday Activity and Food Programme for children and young people, with free provision for those who receive free school meals. Activities included Archery, Arts and Crafts, Cookery Workshops, Cycling, Climbing, Fun & Games, Forest School, Happy Eating Nutrition Sessions, and a whole lot more.  

Christmas Hampers 

As an additional bonus to our Holiday Activities and Food Programme, Exeter City Community Trust worked with Rediscover Church and Greendale Farm Shop to deliver Christmas Hampers for participants and some of those across our community who could use a bit of festive cheer. These hampers included a Christmas meal for the whole family as well as a few winter essentials.     

Extra Time Hub / More than a Game Warm Spaces 

Working in partnership with Exeter City Football Club and the Supporters' Trust we continue to make St James Park a welcoming space for all this winter. The hub is open each week in the Grecian centre on both Tuesday's and Wednesdays from 10am - 12pm, whilst the new year will see us expand the offer to additional days / hours.  

Exeter City Community Housing 

Throughout the year, our specialist housing service seeks to help and support vulnerable people to have a new start and be provided with the opportunity to live in their own home and prepare for independent living. To find out more, click here.  

Holiday Activity and Food Programme 

Fleetwood Town Community Trust (FTCT) provided free activities and meals for children who receive free school meals over the Christmas holidays. Click here for more information. 

Food Parcels 

FTCT created and distributed hundreds of food parcels to local people in need on Friday 16th December.   

Boot exchange 

Over the Christmas period FTCT organised a football boot exchange programme to help distribute boots to families who are struggling with the cost of living. Click here for more information. 

Positive Pathways for Armed Forces Veterans 

The Positive Pathways programme aims to connect the Armed Forces Veterans within the Community and improve their physical and mental health and wellbeing.  

FTCT ran a Christmas party for the group, alongside our regular support activity. 

FGR Community Projects 

Programmes being run to support our community include: 

  • Soccer camps and holiday activities with free places for children who receive free school meals 
  • Christmas party with half the places free of charge 
  • PL Kicks sessions: from January 2023, we will run free sports sessions for young people aged  8 – 18. 
  • FGR Talk Club: for men aged 18+ Talk Club is a free to access talking and listening club for men hosted in a private and safe space on Facebook 

Additionally, our programmes such as Fit2Last, Premier League Primary Stars and matchday food sessions for schools are being subsidised to reflect the costs for the end users/customers. 

We are encouraging supporters to donate to increase the amount of this work we can do by clicking here. 

Affordable sports kit 

We run kit, clothes, and boot swaps, Led by the FGR Ambassadors and Community Team. We also recycle and donate club kit and excess stock throughout the season. To find out more contact or @FGRFC_Community on social media 

Our annual Free Shirt offer allows us to distribute 400 free shirts and matchday tickets for year 3 pupils and an accompanying adult at the start of each season.

Read more here.

Supporting vulnerable community members 

Our work to support vulnerable people in our community includes: 

  • Making referrals into the Food Bank, KidsStuff and Warm and Well and HomeStart 
  • Taking referrals for befriending, garden gates visits and calls. Contact our community wellbeing and development team on  
  • Working with care homes to deliver activities promoting physical activity, health and wellbeing and social inclusion  
  • Sharing vouchers of to £5 and Family tickets (two adults, two children) to be given out to vulnerable families locally when they access Arkell Pantry  
  • Setting up a bank account to handle donations of winter fuel allowance or government assistance 

Warm Space 

We work with Arkell Pantry to run a coffee and chat warm space at the Arkell Centre in Nailsworth. This takes place on the first Monday of the month, 8.30am - 1.30pm.  

This is supported by local volunteers, Morrisons and Club food partners.  

Volunteers are also needed to support this: please contact 

Supporting local community groups 

We have a range of activity to support local community groups, schools and charities, including (Please contact for more information): 

  • Community stand offer: free tickets for to schools, universities, grass roots clubs, uniformed organisations, emergency services, charities and community groups, families in financial need and first-time fans, available at every match  
  • Donating and distributing leftover food from matchday   
  • Gifting food and drink from Club food partners for community initiatives  
  • Appointing a Community Development Worker for Forest Green and Nailsworth  
  • Donating gifts to local partners at Christmas and supporting HomeStart’s Christmas party  
  • Offering room hire for community users (and for charities for a donation - please contact for more information)  
  • Offering our Supporter’s Club free room hire for fundraising events (please contact for more information) 

Ticket offers 

Under 11’s go free all season. Read more here.

FGR Ambassador season tickets are free and come with a half price adult ticket (shared when Ambassadors register with FGR Community). 

Kid’s Go Free tickets five times a year for fans aged under 16. 

FIND A Warmer Community campaign 

The FIND A Warmer Community campaign focuses on supporting people with warm items such as hats, gloves, scarves, hot water bottles and socks.     

FIND have requested that items received are brand new as they believe that all children should open a present that is their own, and similarly that all members of our community deserve to have clothing that is not pre-owned.   

Read more here.   

A Crowdfunder page has been set up, where fans can donate towards the cost of purchasing items.

Read more here.

Golden Days Dementia Campaign 

We run our Golden Days Dementia Cafe once a month at Portman Road for people who are living with dementia in the local community. 

Support Boxes 

Ipswich Town Foundation will be sending out match tickets in food/warm items boxes to families who are struggling to make ends meet. We're also including information on our open community access programmes which are free of charge. 

Extra Time Hub  

Our Extra Time Hub aims to increase social interaction for over anyone who is retired, semi-retired or approaching retirement 

Read more here.

Wellbeing Walks 

These walks are led by a trained Walk Leader and will explore several areas of the city, allowing participants to take in the wonderful world around them and feel close to nature. Learn about your local area and its wildlife, meet new friends and boost your mental wellbeing.  

Read more here.     

Holiday Activity and Food Programme 

We provide activities and food for children on ‘free school meals’ during the holidays. 

Ticket offers 

  • Silver Memberships offer flexi-six or flexi-twelve game ticket    
  • Bronze Memberships offer reduced matchday prices   

We also provide offers to partner groups (eg. schools and community organisations): £10 adult tickets with free tickets for kids. 

Retail offers 

There will be regular retail sales/discounts around events/fixtures/national days.

MK Dons Sport & Education Trust support initiatives 

  • Offering a Hygiene Bank: offering shower gels, soap powders and other items, as well as access to showers for those without hot water    
  • Running a food larder in conjunction with Sofea 
  • Free sanitary products and nappies in toilets at facilities and at Brooklands Sports Ground 
  • Heat Hub at Brooklands Sports Ground for people to get warm during the winter months   
  • Parcels and vouchers for families and older couples, delivered the week before Christmas to local people who need it most 

Details on all initiatives will be shared on under the news section.       

2022/23 Season Ticket offer 

We will launch 2022/23 Season Tickets in Feb 2023, where current Season Ticket holders will receive a 33% discount on the GA x 23 calculation.  

Community sessions 

We run a variety of activities for local community members and fans, including: 

  • Armed Forces Veterans coffee mornings: take place on the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Mazuma Stadium, 10am-12pm.   
  • Extra Time sessions: social activities for over people aged over 60. Weekly on a Friday morning at the Mazuma Stadium, 10am. 

Tickets for community causes 

We have handed out thousands of free tickets to community causes so far this season and will again in the New Year for our annual Academy Day fixture as well as Community Day fixture.    

Season ticket 

We offer the most affordable Season Tickets in professional football with adult terrace tickets at £150. 

Manor Club Extra 

Oxford United in the Community runs this online and offline programme to provide support and connectivity to people over 70 who have been isolated or are suffering from loneliness. 

Read more here.

Premier League Kicks 

Free weekly evening football sessions delivered by knowledgeable and inspiring Oxford United in the Community coaches, supporting the holistic development of every young person through workshops, seminars and social action campaigns delivered in collaboration with county-wide and local partners. 

Read more here.

Project 35  

Our front-of-shirt sponsor campaign raises awareness and funds to tackle food, fuel and child poverty across Devon and Cornwall.  

Local communities can contact Argyle Community Trust for support with weekly food parcels, fuel support, social isolation/loneliness visits, as well as some broader poverty help (such as uniform poverty, literacy poverty, digital poverty).     

Read more here.

Household Support Fund 

We are supporting up to 50 families at any one time with weekly, targeted food hampers to those most in-need or at-risk of inequalities.      

Grab a Ginsters campaign   

Helping Ginsters to distribute 100,000 items of food throughout the 2022/23 season. This includes supporting families/people who have displaced and are currently living in temporary accommodation, hotels and B&Bs.      

HAF Holiday Hunger programme 

Supporting 20,000 local children to access free sport, physical activity and movement sessions during school holidays, supported by free hot lunches. Each participant also leaves with some weekend supplies to support overcoming weekend hunger.     

Warm Spaces 

Supporting local people to access a community building that is heated, has warm refreshments available for free, an opportunity to shower, charge devices and make a positive connection with other like-minded people.    

Golden Valiants 

Port Vale FC Foundations runs a number of activities as part of the Golden Valiants project for older people, including: 

  • Time for Tea: coffee mornings for people aged 50+. Thursdays, 10am-12pm and 1:30pm-3:30pm.
  • Memory Lane cafe. Tuesdays, 2pm - 4pm. 
  • Community Cupboard: tea and toast morning. Fridays,  9am-11am.

All details on PVFC foundation website and posters.   

Read more here.

Free tickets for schools 

We offer free tickets for children at our partner schools.

Ticket offers 

Young fans can get Junior Valiants membership (including a shirt, membership and a season ticket for £30.

Free match tickets are available for all under 12's.

We are also offering reduced pricing on Papa John’s Trophy tickets.

Pompey in the Community projects 

Offers support to fans and local community through a range of projects including: 

  • Life and Chimes: for older people with early dementia and their carers. A range of activities including coffee mornings, bowling, visiting choirs and dancing. Wednesdays, 10am – 12pm Call 02392728899 or email for enrolment information 
  • Bluesability Hub: for adults with learning disabilities. Thursdays 10am – 12pm.Activities on site at Pompey in the Community or at venues in the community. Email: for further information.
  • Pompey Pedals: inclusive cycling – everyone can take part as bikes cater for all, including hand cycles, bikes that carry a wheelchair and tandems. Various times throughout the week (every weekday). Email: for enrolment information.
  • Kicks: Open access twilight and evening sports sessions (including boxing, football and dance) for 8 – 18 year olds. Email: for enrolment information.
  • Open Access Football Sessions: for young people who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford to participate. Ages 8 - 11 on Fridays (5pm – 6pm) at Portsmouth Academy. Ages 12 -18 on Wednesdays (4pm – 6pm) at Mountbatten Centre. Email: for enrolment information  
  • Fit Fans: free education and fitness programme for adult who want to lose weight and get fit. Running daily throughout the week. Email: for enrolment information.
  • Andy’s Man Club: peer to peer support group for men to have a chat and a brew. Mondays, 7pm at Pompey in the Community. Email: for more information. 
  • Pan-disability Football: for young people with additional needs who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford to participate. Tuesdays, 5pm – 6pm. Email: for more information.
  • Youth Hub and E-sports: E-sports and indoor sports for young people with additional needs who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford to participate. Thursdays, 5pm – 6.30pm.Email: for more information.

Tickets for community partners 

We offer 20 complimentary tickets to partner organisations for different matches to support our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion engagement projects. 

Retail offers 

Kiosk Early Bird Offer: pre match up to 1 hour before kick-off we offer a discounted Pie and Pint for £7.95.

Warm spaces 

Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme is providing Free Warm Spaces over the winter: 

  • Monday Talk Club: 6-8pm at Hillsborough Stadium - Male only 
  • Tuesday Talk Club: 11.30-1pm at Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre - Male only 
  • Tuesday Youth Club: 4-6pm at Hillsborough Stadium - Under 18s only 
  • Tuesday Mums Wellbeing: 9.30-11am at Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre - Female only 

For more information contact  

Foodbank donation drive 

we are asking our fans who can afford it to donate food and other essential items when they head to Montgomery Waters Meadow for the upcoming games against Lincoln and Bolton.  

A container has been placed in the main reception at the stadium where items can be donated. They will then be delivered to Barnabas Community Project for them to distribute. 

Full information can be found here

Holiday Activity and Food Programme (HAF) 

Over the Christmas period we ran our HAF programme funded by Shropshire Council. This allowed us to deliver free activities for children who are in receipt of free school meals and provide each child with a hot nutritious meal each day.  

Christmas Hampers 

For Christmas we partnered with Tuffins Supermarket for the second year running to provide each HAF participant family with a Christmas Hamper containing all the ingredients for a Christmas Meal.   

This programme also saw the community come together to donate presents to the HAF participants so they could gift a present to their loved ones. 

Adams Park Warm Space 

The club and Foundation have united to create a warm space for the elderly during the winter months which will also include a free meal, hosted at Adams Park. We are working for this to run throughout January and February.  

Foodbank collection point 

WWFC provides a collection point for the One Can Trust foodbank at all home match days and club directors assist with the delivery across the community.  

Chiltern Toybank 

Wycombe Wanderers Foundation has been supporting the Chiltern Toybank with the distribution of toys to under privileged families for Christmas. 

Ticket offers 

  • We have run targeted ticketing promotions into the local community at heavily discounted prices including a family day.  
  • The club – through Wycombe Wanderers Trust - will also be inviting fans to nominate a deserving person for each fixture to receive two tickets free of charge, where they might otherwise be unable to afford to attend.  
  • The same initiative is being launched for Wycombe Wanderers Women fixtures (three pairs of tickets per fixture).  
  • The club also permits fans of any age to use child or junior season tickets for home midweek league fixtures (when children are less likely to attend). 

Season ticket subscriptions 

Season ticket holder can pay their tickets monthly with zero interest to support with spreading the cost. There are no admin fees or credit checks and it is managed by the club (not through a third party). This is the only subscription model of its kind in the EFL. 

Dons Local Action Group food poverty response  

We offer weekly food boxes, a furniture donation scheme and opportunities for supporters to volunteer. 

This service is referral based at the moment (food boxes only delivered to those in most need referred by local support services).  

Read more here.

AFC Wimbledon Foundation weekly health courses 

Our health courses can be offered at discounted rates for supporters in need     

  • Dons Fit - weekly exercise session for people aged 50+. Mondays, 6pm – 7pm.  
  • Walking Football for anyone aged 50+. Wednesdays, 12pm - 1pm at Tooting and Mitcham FC; Thursdays, 6pm – 7pm at Plough Lane 
  • Active Aging: indoor activity / quiz / tea and coffee for people aged 65+. Thursdays, 10am – 12pm.  

More information on AFC Wimbledon Foundation’s website here.       

Weekly free coffee morning  

For adults aged 50 and over, based in the Platinum Lounge. We offer a warm space, tea and coffee, a quiz and general well-being chat. 

School Holiday and Saturday morning courses  

We have reduced prices for all fee-paying courses over 22/23.    

AFC Wimbledon Foundation ran a Holiday Activities and Food Programme during the Christmas holidays. This is was free multisport course with hot meals targeted at young people who receive free school meals. 

Meal deal 

We will be introducing a meal deal offer for those attending the match early.  

Season ticket holder offers 

We will be offering all season ticket card holders the chance to bring a guest for free for one of the matches in the second half of the season.     

Season ticket holders and members will also have an exclusive 10% off all retail/merchandise items at selected periods.     

There will be a special pricing offer for all season ticket renewals for 2023/24.

City Hub foodbank 

Bradford City FC Community Foundation will launched a foodbank at our new 'City Hub' in January 2023. The foodbank will support individuals and families with food packages on a weekly basis.   Details for will be found on our twitter page @bcafc_cf   

Community ticket initiative 

Bradford City FC Community Foundation offer a community ticket initiative for schools, junior clubs, community groups and faith groups at reduced rate. For more information, please email      

Tickets are priced at £3 per person. Young people aged 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult. 

Food and drink offers 

All food and retail outlets at Bradford City Football Club are outsourced to external organisations. These organisations implement their own offers and deals including meal deals on match days. Details can be found here.  

Season Ticket offers      

Bradford City Football Club has one of the cheapest season ticket in the country, across the EFL and non-league. Prices for adults sit at £198 while young people aged 17-23 can purchase one for only £174. With a fan base averaging 55 years of age, our senior citizens can also purchase one at £174.      

To support with the cost of living, we offer season tickets on 'spread payment plan', where fans can pay for the season ticket over the period of the season, at no extra cost. 

Our club loyalty points scheme provides fans with loyalty points for attending home and away games, which places them in a 'priority category' for limited tickets. 

Holiday activity camps 

Children who receive free school meals were invited to attend a two-day fun camp with the Community Sports Trust during the Christmas holidays, free of charge. This was offered through schools with which we have close links, before and after our regular daily sessions. 

Schools ticket offer 

For home games over winter, we have been offering families from our partner schools 50% off Colchester United home family tickets. 

Crawley Town 

Extra Time Hub 

Crawley Town Community Foundation runs an Extra Time Hub to support people aged 50 and over at venues including the Broadfield Stadium.  

This social community has grown to become our flagship Community Development programme and offers a variety of activities. Full information can be found here  

Community matchday tickets 

Through Crawley Town Community Foundation we give away free matchday tickets to the community for every match. 



We run a foodbank at the stadium at the first home game of each month. The foodbank will operate between 1-3pm and will be located on the car park outside the Alexandra Store.

Read more here.

Tickets for schools 

We have given out free adult and child tickets via local schools.   

Season Ticket Holder offer 

A free match ticket has been given to all season ticket holders at the beginning of the season, this can be used for any league game. 

Ticket offers 

We will offer “quid a kid” tickets throughout this season on selected games, via the ticket office. 

We have made a reduction in season ticket prices.

Read more here.

Discount voucher book 

We offer a £20 LNER purple voucher book, which contains hundreds of local discounts.

Read more here.  

Free grassroots football support 

We currently have a grassroots team in every fixture alongside a local school in attendance, to bring community together locally and let kids in the area watch live football for free.  

Free under 14’s tickets 

We are currently offering free under 14's with a full paying adult to every home league fixture throughout the 2022/23 season across all sales channels (internet/other the phone and in person). 

The offer is open to all supporters. Season ticket holders can only utilize the offer currently over the phone and in person. 

Discount food offer 

We are offering a pre-match Pie and Mash at a discounted rate of £5.00.  

Season ticket holder offers 

We offer “four friends for a fiver” tickets to all season ticket holders for them to bring friends along for a cut price to introduce them to the club 

All our season ticket holders can get a retail discount of 10% on selected merchandise. 

Every match we draw 2 supporters from a hat to attend our hospitality lounge "1893 club" with a guest free of charge to get an experience they don't normally get in the stand. 

Warm space 

We are offering a warm space to residents in the area surrounding to the football ground. This is via invitation (initially) through 3 local community groups who know the residents and already offer support through existing provision.  

The warm space is open Monday 4pm to 6pm for people to come and get warm and have a cooked meal and drinks. It is open for any age group - families are encouraged to come along. 

Ticket partnership with NSPCC 

We offer tickets to children and families via referral from the local NSPCC. There are 27 tickets available each home game. These are for children/families to come along to enjoy the game, have good quality time together and make memories. 

Season ticket price freeze 

There was a price freeze on 22/23 season tickets from the previous season.   

Vouchers for season ticket holders 

Season ticket holders have received vouchers to redeem in local food and leisure outlets across the area. Offers for example include 2 cinema tickets and a large popcorn for £10, £10 off a GTFC shirt and 10% off with a local carpet company. 

Donation drive 

Club players, staff and the player development centre collected items for Harrogate Homeless and the foodbanks to donate for Christmas. 


Every Monday morning based at the football stadium, our foodbank is open to anybody in the town via appointment. Further information can be found here.  

Free football sessions 

Every week open to all boys and girls aged 8 – 15. Takes place at the sports centre in town. Further information can be found here.  

Hartlepool Holiday Fund 

We run free activities and food provision in the summer, Christmas and Easter holidays. This is funded by Hartlepool Borough Council. Further information can be found here. 

Schools ticket offer 

We are offering two primary schools the opportunity to receive 50 free children's tickets when purchased with an adult ticket (at the discounted price of £10 instead of £20) for all Saturday fixtures going forward from December.  

This will be advertised to two schools each game and the tickets must be redeemed from the ticket office on production of the letter they will be issued with by the school.      

Community group tickets 

50 free tickets will be issued to three community groups during the season. 

Season ticket holder discounts 

Members receive 10% off purchases from the Club Shop online or in store. 

Supporting older people in the community 

The club will be launching a new monthly initiative aimed at older people in the community. It will be a free monthly lunch based at the stadium, working with local groups (Age UK etc) to help with both loneliness and the cost of living and bring together the local community.    

Christmas foodbank drive 

On 3 December the Trust, working with the supporters' trust, ran a Christmas foodbank drive for the Lighthouse Project. This will then become a repeat initiative starting in January. 

Community Hub support for homeless people 

On Tuesday 27th December 2022 at our fixture against Stevenage we used our Community Hub to offer meals to for people who are homeless, in association with Anwar Uddin.     

Donating Food Waste 

We are working with our caterers to ensure food waste goes to charities who are addressing homelessness in the area. 

Winter Living Room 

Leyton Orient Trust has partnered with Waltham Forest Council to provide a 'Community Living Room' for all.  

The community living room is open every Monday-Friday, 11am - 3pm. It is a space for individuals to meet and socialise in a relaxed, non-judgemental environment, enjoy a hot drink or snack, and access a wide range of information and support. 

The space will be based at Brisbane Road Stadium, in our Community Hub in the giPrint East Stand. For more information or to sign up to the scheme, please email 

Read more here.

Coffee mornings 

We will be hosting coffee mornings along for those who may be lonely or looking to spend an hour somewhere warm.  

Full details will be shared via the club’s and Mansfield Town Football in the Community’s channels. 

Extra Time Hub 

Extra Time Hubs bring people in their retirement years together to socialise and do the things that they enjoy. County in the Community runs sessions at 2 locations within the city for 2-hours per week on Mondays & Thursdays. 

Supporting Christchurch foodbank 

Newport County AFC (in partnership Dragons RFC) have launched a project in support of Christchurch foodbank. We will be collecting donations from fans at home games, raising money with bucket collections on match days and doing shops to help stock the foodbank.      

Free tickets for schools and community groups 

We gift 100 free tickets per home league match, which are distributed via County in the Community to local schools, community groups and other networks supporting for example refugees and asylum seekers and Women’s Aid.   

Extra Time Hub 

A weekly meet up for those aged 55 and above. For £3 to meet in a warm environment meet others try activities. 

Warm space  

We are offering a weekly slot at the stadium free of charge. This is a warm space with free tea and coffee. 

Half season tickets 

Half season tickets will be on sale starting from 2nd January, offering the cheapest way to watch every game. 

Free soup offer 

Free soup on matchdays through the Winter for supporters - first come first served. 

Dale Food Pantry   

Open Monday to Friday, 10am – 4pm, the food pantry allows people to select ten items for a suggested donation of £3 to supplement their weekly shop. We're scheduled to announce more support for our local community soon including winter warmer packs and mental wellbeing support relating to financial situations and money advice. 

Food and drink offers 

As part of our Fan Zone we offer happy hour discounts in the club bar.

Read more here.

Away game travel 

We offer subsidised travel for away games, which costs no more than £15 per person. Depending on distance travelled tickets are tiered at £7.50 / £10 / £15. This is open to all supporters, and details are published in the information articles on our website ahead of away games. 

Season ticket offer 

Season ticket prices will be reduced at the half-season point, and this will be advertised on our website and social media channels. 

Toyshed Toy Donation Drive  

Stevenage Football Club and Foundation have teamed up with local food bank Foodshed to support their collection of toys for children in our community that may go without this Christmas. 

Donations have been requested for new and unopened toys for children of all ages. These were collated by the Foundation and donated to the Toyshed on Monday 12th December, reaching local families in need ahead of the festive period.     

Read more here           

Extra Time Hub 

Stevenage FC Foundation have launched this session for retired and semi-retired people in the community. Based at the Lamex Stadium, the session will aim to build a community of people to help them enjoy their retirement years and maximise the positive changes in getting older.  

Activities will vary from quizzes, music, games such as Boccia, New Age Kurling, Pilates, Strength and Balance or just a chat and a warm drink.    

Read more here

Season Ticket Price Freeze 

At the start of the season, we announced that we would support 21/22 season ticket holders with a price freeze if they were to renew. This meant that fans who require further support can benefit from no price increase in the match-by-match offering. 

Season ticket holders submit their details online and we send a promotional code to redeem this offer. 

Coffee and Catch Up 

Swindon Town Community Foundation offer a free weekly “Coffee & Catch Up” every Wednesday morning from 10.30am – 12noon for older supporters to meet up at Foundation Park.  

Most weeks there is a guest speaker who has connections to the football club. 

Season Ticket holder discount offers 

We offer a range of discounts for season ticket holders, such as:   

  • 10% off drinks at the Legends Bar on Match Days   
  • 10% cashback in store and online   
  • 10% discount at Fratello’s Restaurant (Sunday - Thursday)   
  • 1 free selected alcoholic or soft drink at Battle Boom Bar on Match Day 
  • 10% off food, drink and games any other time 
  • 10% off Wagamama’s 

Matchday Experiences 

Thanks to funding from Homeserve, Walsall FC Foundation are able to offer local children and family from junior teams a free match visit, flag bearer and ball assistant packages throughout the year. These packages include a complimentary ticket for each player and 2 accompanying coaches with additional tickets available at a discounted rate. Teams can get their team photo in the matchday programme as a bonus. 

All local junior teams can enter competitions on social media for their chance to win. For more information click here.     

School partners game   

Walsall FC run two school partners games per season. for these games, families have the option to purchase tickets at a vastly reduced price, through their Walsall primary school.   

The Foundation organises the offer with local schools, with 20,000 tickets going through this scheme bnce the first School Partners Game in 2008.  As part of games, participating schools also receive cash back on tickets they sell. More than £10,000 has been donated back to local schools since the initiative began. 

More information can be found here.

eBay will be using its partnership with the EFL to allow supporters and people in the local community, who may not usually be able to attend EFL fixtures, to do so through the provision of match day tickets, further showcasing a commitment and drive to bring communities, and EFL clubs within them together.