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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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  • Rangers FFIT triumph at first #FFITMasters tournament

    “Rangers FFIT” have won the SPFL Trust’s first ever Football Fans in Training Masters tournament. The event took place at Stirling University yesterday, saw 13 teams battle it out to be crowned the champions with the Gers supporters proving to be worthy winners. Long-term graduates from the award-winning FFIT programme came together for a kick-about…
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  • SPFL Trust Host 5th Annual All Club Conference

    Representatives from 21 SPFL Clubs clubs came together at the SPFL Trust’s annual conference to reflect on another great season and build new contacts. Various speakers including Minister for Sport & Public Health, Aileen Campbell, Executive Director at Everton in the Community, Phil Duffy and the Trust’s very own Chief Executive, Nicky Reid all gave…
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  • Festive Friends 2017

    The SPFL Trust today reveals a 32% increase in participants for Festive Friends 2017. Festive Friends is a programme designed to support socially isolated older people at what can be a very difficult time of year. The concept is very simple: participants are provided the warmest of welcomes, a delicious Christmas lunch, enjoy plenty of…
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  • SPFL Trust reveals 2016-17 Annual Report

    The SPFL Trust today reveals the first annual report in the organisation’s history, highlighting an exceptional mix of activity going on across SPFL clubs. During the period to 31 May 2017, the SPFL Trust set in place a new strategy aimed at using football’s unique present to assistant people in Scotland to achieve their goals and…
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  • Pars secure SPFL Trust Project of the Year

    Dunfermline Athletic have secured the SPFL Trust’s Community Project of the Year at yesterday’s annual SPFL Trust Conference. The Pars were crowned winners following the tightest possible vote involving their peers following a series of presentations from the nominees at Tynecastle Park. The winning programme, delivered by The Pars Foundation is called Pars Tackle Health….
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  • Minister’s support for the SPFL Trust

    Scotland’s Minister for Public Health, Aileen Campbell MSP has paid tribute to the work of the SPFL Trust, and Scotland’s SPFL clubs. Ms Campbell admitted that the Scottish Government and football has not always had the “easiest relationship” but stressed her desire to “re-calibrate” and highlight the “positive” work going on in Scottish football. Speaking…
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  • SPFL Trust set for annual conference

    The SPFL Trust will hold its annual conference tomorrow (Wednesday) at Tynecastle Park. All SPFL clubs have been invited to attend the event in Edinburgh which will see a range of keynote presentations. The agenda includes an address from the Minister for Sport & Public Health, Aileen Campbell. Chief executive Nicky Reid will update delegates…
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