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  • The Ton Go Green!

    Greenock Morton Community Trust has been awarded with a substantial £106,029 in order to promote a lower carbon lifestyle choice in Inverclyde. They will implement a sports kit, footwear and recycling initiative it will be available to the public. The Trust will also put in place an eco-friendly laundry system whilst promoting a car sharing…
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  • Stenny Shoot for the Stars

    Stenhousemuir signs new Stenny Stars for the coming season. Warriors in the community are hard at work once again Stenny Stars is a weekly football sessions aimed at boys and girls around the ages of 7-12 years old who have either physical, sensory or learning difficulties. The main focus is on football although the class sessions…
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  • Big Hearts use the power of the club’s crest to support families.

    The Big Hearts Community Trust is aiming to help and support people placed under kinship care by acting as a key partner in tackling the issues many kinship care families face. Big Hearts set to focus on kinship care families. If a child cannot remain with their birth parents for any reason then they can be…
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  • The Bears Join The Prince’s Trust

    Rangers Football Club are now recruiting for a 5 day short programme aimed at young people between the ages of 16 – 25 who are not in any form of education, training or employment. The Get Started in Football programme, funded by The Prince’s Trust, provides young people with the opportunity togain confidence in their…
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  • Jay Beatty Scores His Dream Goal For Celtic!

    Watch the amazing moment when Jay Beatty scored a penalty for Celtic! Celtic supporter Jay Beatty became a wordwide star last season when our video of him on the pitch with Greek striker Georgios Samaras caught the hearts of fans around the globe, clocking up more than a million hits and counting. Celtic’s opponents Hamilton…
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  • Club Coaches Get FFIT

    Coaches from a variety of SPFL Clubs spent 2 days in Tynecastle learning how to coach Football Fans in Training Effectively It has been a busy week for 14 of our community coaches who underwent training in preparation for our Football Fans in Training programme running in at 27 clubs this football season.  Over a…
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  • Stay Safe with Saints

    St Mirren and some of their football talent have joined forces with Police Scotland to support a new initiative aimed at supporting the most vulnerable people in society.     The Buddies manager, Gary Teale, and the current SPFL young player of the month, Stephen Mallan, were all within Greenhill Road to launch the latest…
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  • FFIT Works

    Football Fans in Training is going into its 4th year and to celebrate we wanted to share an inspiring story with you. Football Fans in Training has had an amazing impact on the lives of all who have taken part. This is a story about your everyday football fan who and his motivation to change…
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  • Time for fans to leave the stands

    Motherwell FC urges all fans to show their support this year, and not just from the stands. The Fir Park side are currently recruiting for their next intake for the Football Fans in Training (FFIT) programme which is funded by The Scottish Government and ran in partnership with The SPFL Trust. FFIT is a 12-week…
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  • The Blue Brazil lose an Orangutan

    Cowdenbeath get FFIT The latest Cowdenbeath Football Fans in Training (FFIT) team have successfully completed the programme together losing a combined weight of 51Kg (that’s the same weight as a fully grown orangutan!) All of the participants have successfully reduced their Body Mass Index (B.M.I) and together managed to reduce their cumulative waistline by 87.5cms…
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