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GREAT SUCCESS FROM KICKS VS YOUTH INITIATIVE

GREAT SUCCESS FROM KICKS VS YOUTH INITIATIVE

Young refugees and asylum seekers took part in the launch of Town Foundation and Kirklees Council’s Kicks vs Youth programme, which took place on Amnesty International’s Football Welcomes weekend. The Kicks vs Youth project, which aims to promote integration and community cohesion, began at the Leeds Road Sports Complex on Saturday 28 April 2018, with over 15 people aged between four and 17 years old taking part. The youngsters took...
Posted: May 2018
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TOWN FOUNDATION LAUNCHES 27TH BREAKFAST CLUB

TOWN FOUNDATION LAUNCHES 27TH BREAKFAST CLUB

The Town Foundation welcomed its 27th school on to its ‘Early Kick Off’ Breakfast Club initiative on Monday, as Birkby Infant & Nursery School joined the scheme. Children at the school began to arrive at 8am and were seated ready to enjoy a healthy and hearty breakfast provided by the Town Foundation. One very special visitor then called in, as Town Foundation’s mascot Captain Booth paid a visit to entertain the children b...
Posted: Apr 2018
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KIRKLEES COLLEGE TRIALS TAKE PLACE THIS WEDNESDAY!

KIRKLEES COLLEGE TRIALS TAKE PLACE THIS WEDNESDAY!

Kirklees College, in association with the Huddersfield Town Foundation Academy, will hold the Open Trials for next year’s intake of students on Wednesday 25 April 2018 at Leeds Road Sports Complex.  The scheme allows school leavers to continue their education, combining a nationally recognised qualification with the opportunity to train and play football at a highly competitive level. The Academy caters for both male and female stude...
Posted: Apr 2018
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TOWN PROUD TO SUPPORT AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL'S FOOTBALL WELCOMES WEEKEND

TOWN PROUD TO SUPPORT AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL'S FOOT...

Huddersfield Town is proud to be participating in Amnesty’s Football Welcomes initiative this weekend to celebrate the contribution refugee players make to the beautiful game.  From a group of Spanish Civil War child refugees who sailed from Bilbao to safety in Southampton in May 1937 and went on to play for the Saints, Wolves and Coventry in the 1940s and 50s, to former Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba whose family escaped ...
Posted: Apr 2018
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