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  • SPFL clubs to launch new scheme to help more families enjoy football

    Families are set to benefit from a new scheme which provides free tickets to SPFL matches, it has been announced today (16 August). The Football for All campaign is a pilot partnership between the SPFL Trust, Family Fund and currently 8 SPFL football clubs: Clyde FC, Cowdenbeath FC, Dumbarton FC, East Fife FC, Livingston FC,…
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  • Media interns hail SPFL Trust experience

    The SPFL Trust’s partnership with the Multimedia Journalism course at Glasgow Caledonian University, has yet again been a huge success. With the help of Santander, the Trust were able to take on two journalism students – Jack Haugh and Liam Ross – to help promote all the fantastic work we do with football clubs in…
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  • Watch: Nicky Reid extended interview

    The SPFL Trust’s chief executive Nicky Reid has been chatting with Jack Haugh to look back at last season, and ahead to this year for the SPFL Trust. In her interview Nicky covers: Her highlights from the last year 4-4-2 Reading Challenge Football Fans in Training Mental Health & future plans The role of SPFL…
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  • Sign Up To Mental Health Training Today!

    With thanks to our continued partnership with The Chris Mitchell Foundation, the SPFL Trust is delighted to offer further Mental Health First Aid training courses to staff working within Scottish Football. There will be several courses available throughout season 18/19 in order to expand the opportunity for those interested in taking part. The next course…
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  • Watch: Every #FFITCup 2018 Match on Pitch 01

    For the first time, the SPFL Trust provides broadcast coverage of every match on Pitch 01 from its Football Fans in Training Tournament. Watch them above via our YouTube player… Please note that footage may include bad language picked up on atmosphere microphones. 

  • William Wallace returns to Stirling Castle for the #FFITCup

    Saturday was a beautiful day in Stirling, as nearly 120 men who had completed our Football Fans in Training (FFIT) programme from all across Scotland and England met for the annual FFIT Tournament. This year, the competition was opened up to both recent and former graduates of the FFIT programme, and it was Swindon Town…
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  • SPFL Trust reveal Thrifty UK partnership

    The SPFL Trust is delighted to reveal a partnership with Thrifty UK to become the charity’s official transport partner. As part of the partnership, Thrifty will provide van hire to support the SPFL Trust deliver programmes such as BBC’s Super Movers. Additionally, Thrifty have also made substantially discounted rates available for the hire of cars….
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  • FFIT Tournament 2018 opened up to ALL graduates

    Last week, Football Fans in Training won a a major award last week at the UK Charity Awards. And now, the SPFL Trust want to celebrate ALL of those that have completed FITT in recent years – and there are thousands of you – so that we can best represent the success participants have enjoyed…
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  • Major UK award for SPFL Trust

    The SPFL Trust are today celebrating after securing a highly prestigious award at the Charity Awards in London, last night. Scottish football’s official charity took home the gong at the 19th annual event, which is organised by Civil Society Media, at a black-tie event at the Tower of London. Football Fans in Training was the…
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  • Ground-breaking research to examine suicide risk in men

    The SPFL Trust’s partner SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) has today revealed that it is to launch a “ground-breaking” PhD scholarship with the University of Glasgow.  Working with the university’s Suicidal Behaviour Research Lab it is expected to deliver ground-breaking research focusing specifically on men to understand suicide risk. Suicide is the leading cause of death…
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