FFIT is a 12 week programme aimed at improving both men’s and women’s health and wellbeing, while providing them with a behind-the-scenes look at their local Football Club. The free weekly sessions, based at many football stadiums across the country, are split between classroom based workshops and physical activity training with all sessions delivered by coaches from the club.Find Out More
The overall goal of the SPFL Trust’s Still Game project is to provide hope, dignity and a renewed sense of purpose to elderly people in the communities that surround 12 of our clubs. This is achieved through activities that will stimulate awareness in a variety of areas and give the participants a sense of belonging to the football club that can be used to help them become active members in their communities.Find Out More
We have recently teamed up with Scottish Water – our first ever corporate supporter – to deliver an innovative primary schools project that focuses on the Water and Physical Activity. Scottish Water is a familiar national company, responsible for providing water and waste water services to household customers and wholesale Licensed Providers.Find Out More
In partnership with your local football club, we are excited to deliver a new project in your area; Youth Engagement League (YEL).
The Youth Engagement League (YEL) project is a football competition played not only on the field but with the communities where the participants live. Young people aged between 9 – 14 learn what it means to work as a team both ON and OFF the pitch to make their own neighbourhoods safer and more respectful places to be.Find Out More
The SPFL Trust has partnered with Ferrero UK to launch the +Sport Move and Learn Project, a national school-based educational programme for children aged between 9-10 as part of the global Kinder + Sport initiative.Find Out More