• SPFL Trust launches 4-4-2 Dùbhlan Leughaidh

    The SPFL Trust was at Bun-sgoil Ghaidhlig Inbhir Nis (Inverness Gaelic School) today to launch the Gaelic version of the 4-4-2 Reading Challenge.

  • Football for All back for 2019-20

    The SPFL Trust and Family Fund have again teamed up to offer families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people the opportunity to enjoy a dream day out at football matches in Scotland.

  • New one-day Mental Health First Aid course

    We are pleased to announce that the SPFL Trust will be running a new, one-day course for Mental Health First Aid, for coaches who work with youth players between the age of 11-17.

  • 4-4-2 Reading Challenge 2019 Launches

    The SPFL Trust, Scottish Library and Information Council (SLIC) and Scottish Book Trust launched the second year of a pioneering project, which aims to encourage kids to read.

  • Hero Jim helps Dons lift #FFITCup 2019

    Aberdeen’s FFIT Legends triumphed in this year’s Football Fans in Training Tournament here at the University of Stirling, today.

  • Suicide prevention training resource launched

    Football clubs across Scotland will be among the first to receive a new mental health and suicide prevention training resource for players, staff and community networks.

  • Project of the Year: Aberdeen FC Community Trust

    Aberdeen FC Community Trust‘s project aimed at providing alternative ways to engage teenage boys in education and training is the winner of our Project of the Year 2019.

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