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  • Superdraw joy for winner Ross

    The SPFL Trust is delighted to reveal that Ross McFadden was the winner of the first ever SPFL Trust Superdraw, powered by Phoenix Hyundai. Ross, a Celtic supporter, who was sitting in the North Stand, will be collecting a brand new Hyundai i10 later this week, and we’ll have coverage across our social media channels….
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  • SPFL Trust launches Golf Day 2018

    The SPFL Trust is delighted to reveal that it’s Golf Day 2018 will take place at The Carrick, at Cameron House by Loch Lomond on Wednesday 23 May.  Now an annual event, the Golf Day aims to raise funds with the Chris Mitchell Foundation as part of the SPFL Trust’s commitment to tackling mental health in Scottish…
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  • Rangers Charity Foundation to to deliver +Sport Move Learn to 30 Glasgow Schools

    Rangers players Jamie Barjonas and Aidan Wilson visited Gowanbank Primary School yesterday (Wednesday 22 November 2017) to help inspire a generation of young pupils on the benefits of a balanced diet and exercise. The Rangers Charity Foundation is working with 30 schools in Glasgow as part of its +Sport Move Learn CSR project with Ferrero…
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  • Win a car with SPFL Trust Superdraw!

    Key headlines:  SPFL Trust launches SUPERDRAW, its brand-new lotto game First draw takes place at half-time during the Betfred Cup Final between Motherwell and Celtic One supporter WILL win a Hyundai i10, courtesy Phoenix Hyundai All proceeds will go towards supporting community projects at clubs across Scotland THE SPFL TRUST today (20 November) reveals that…
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  • Over 750,000 people now engaged via clubs

    The SPFL & SPFL Trust tonight revealed that over three-quarters of a million people are now being engaged annual by clubs across their communities. Analysis commissioned by the SPFL reveals a near 9% increase year on year and comes just months after the SPFL Trust launched its ambitious campaign for clubs to engage with one…
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  • Well done to Bob – Walking Football Volunteer of the Year

    Volunteers involved in getting more Scots to enjoy everyday walking received recognition recently for making their communities more accessible and active. Of particular note, Bob Moyes was awarded Walking Football Volunteer of the Year. Working with Active Stirling, Bob has encouraged the footballers to join walking football competitions and charity events. They have tried new…
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  • To Absent Friends

    The To Absent Friends festival of storytelling and remembrance will take place across Scotland from 1-7 November – in public spaces, over social media, among friends, families and communities, and in people’s minds and hearts. It’s an opportunity to remember loved ones who have died but who have not been forgotten. It is not like…
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  • Have you signed up to the SPFL Trust’s new look newsletter?

    In October, the SPFL Trust launched a brand new-look monthly email newsletter, Extra Time.  Providing a quickfire wrap of all the key community activity that both SPFL clubs and the SPFL Trust are engaging in, the new style has been well received with a significant increase in sign ups and opening rates. >>> Click here to view last month’s Extra Time…
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  • Register for Mental Health First Aid training

    The SPFL Trust is pleased to be offering further Mental Health First Aid Training in partnership with the Chris Mitchell Foundation. Training is aimed at anyone who wants to help someone with mental health problems whether in a professional or personal capacity at a football club in Scotland. Mental Health First Aid is the help…
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  • FFIT Half Time Challenge receives fantastic reception

    Last weekend the SPFL Trust welcomed supporters of the four clubs in the Betfred Cup semi-finals for the Football Fans In Training Ten Second Challenge! Both games were a huge success especially the half time challenge in which six participants from each team had 10 seconds to run from the halfway line and take on the opposition keeper….
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