As well as securing a much needed three points for promotion chasing Derby, the game against Bolton on April 7th also marked the start of a week long collaboration between Striker Boy and Derby County Community Trust. We were in the children’s area before kick-off giving away free books and bookmarks. We also bumped into
March 26th marked the launch ‘The Chelsea Champions’, a new programme run by the Chelsea Foundation. It will see full-time officers placed within five secondary schools to increase physical activity, support leadership & improve emotional wellbeing & resilience of pupils through universal, targeted & individual initiatives. We were very honoured to be invited by
On January 29th we travelled up (well sideways really) to Swansea and spent the day talking emotional resilience with children from local primary schools. We ran four workshops, working with over 60 children, who also got to enjoy a stadium tour after the session. We were honoured to be joined by club legend Lee Trundle,
In an age of austerity how can we justify paying footballers £350,000 a week? Will VAR break the flow of football? Will England ever win the World Cup again?! Former FA and Man City Chairman David Bernstein explores these questions and more, in conversation with broadcaster Jonny Gould. David offers a unique insight into what’s going
Win a free copy of Striker Boy signed by Pep Guardiola by simply sharing and following on Facebook or Twitter! Striker Boy is a fantastic book for children aged 8 to 13. This special not-for-profit edition has been published in aid of Mind, the mental health charity. It may only be February, but we all know
Win a copy of Striker Boy signed by John Barnwell who played for both Arsenal and Forest over the course of his long and successful career. The copy was signed at Forest’s 4-2 FA Cup victory over Arsenal, making it truly on of a kind!
Southampton are one of those teams that everybody likes, because they work hard, spend sensibly, and consistently build on their achievements. That makes them pretty good role models! There’s now an extra reason to like the Saints as they are supporting the Striker Boy campaign and helping to raise mental health awareness. Not
Child literacy and mental health are two important issues for Coventry City, that’s why the club is proud to show it’s support for the Striker Boy campaign in aid of Mind.