People have been supported by the Foundation in the last year
Adults and children enjoyed specialist disability football sessions last year
Hours of Premier League Kicks football for children and teenagers last year
Newcastle United Foundation is an independent registered charity using the power of football to connect, motivate and inspire people in our region. Through community, education, health and wellbeing, and sports programmes delivered across Newcastle, Northumberland, North Tyneside and Gateshead, we strive to improve physical and mental health, boost learning and career prospects and provide life-changing opportunities for everyone – no matter their goals in life.
NUCASTLE is our world-class community hub located just five minutes' walk from St. James' Park. NUCASTLE offers unique opportunities for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to enjoy sports, leisure, wellbeing and personal development activities in our state-of-the-art centre.
Newcastle United Foundation provides opportunities for you to enjoy every week, for free, in your area. Find a session that suits you and your goals.
Newcastle United Foundation provides meaningful opportunities to improve the lives of thousands of children, teenagers, adults, families, and older generations. Through our education, sport, personal development, and wellbeing programmes, we help everyone to be more active, learn new skills and feel happier and healthier.
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Goals Newcastle, High Gosforth Park, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE3 5HP
Consett AFC, Belle View Stadium, Delves Lane, Consett, County Durhams, DH8 7BF
St Paul's Catholic Primary School, South Road, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 2NU
Read up on all the latest news and updates from Newcastle United Foundation and our work in a community near you.
Newcastle United Foundation welcomed young people receiving treatment at the Great North Children’s Hospital to St. James’ Park for a fun day of games and activities.
Former Newcastle United Women captain Brooke Cochrane has been named as Professional Footballers’ Association Community Champion for the 2021/22 season, celebrating her commitment to supporting others.
Newcastle United head coach Eddie Howe made a surprise appearance to meet dozens of schoolchildren enjoying special community football tournament with Newcastle United Foundation.
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