Registered Charity: Clyde Community Foundation
Our community work is aimed to actively engage with and develop the qualities of all individuals through participation in football. We wish to highlight the positives associated with sport while enhancing awareness of Clyde FC, through a variety of activities to improve the relationship between the club and our community.
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The establishment of the community bursary is designed to contribute towards helping the many worthwhile causes and groups. 2014 is the first year that Clyde FC CIC have undertaken this and, if it proves to be a success, it will become a yearly initiative.
The funding which is available this year will hopefully help groups in the local communities who would otherwise not be able to take on particular projects. We want to encourage as many as possible to apply for this as it is our aim to benefit as wide variety of groups as possible.
All community Groups
A School visit and education programme that encourages participation in sport and an introduction to Clyde FC.
Clyde FC offer community football at two schools of football, the Cumbernauld School of Football, based at Broadwood Stadium, and the Glasgow Southside School of Football, based at the Toryglen Football Centre.
Run in partnership with the club Clyde Powerchair FC has two bases; Craigholme School in Glasgow and St Maurice’s School in Cumbernauld. Powerchair football is a mixed gender sport that can be played by people of all ages in a power wheelchair.
Powerchair Wheelchair users of all ages and abilities
The club is looking to develop its’ volunteer programme and establish a co-ordinated recruitment programme that enhances the support we can provide volunteers and promotes a greater number of volunteer opportunities at the club