Community

From free physical activity, respite support for chronically ill children and teenagers, and personal development courses to support impact projects, early intervention youth violence work and more. Our community programmes offer opportunities for children and young adults of all backgrounds to navigate through everyday life.

181 Football Talks were delivered in 2020/21 in order to reduce isolation and loneliness among older generations.

- 2020/21 Annual Review

I'm inspired to go somewhere with my life

Kacy Metcalfe of the Premier League Kicks programme on her experience.

26,032

participants engaged in Foundation programmes this year

24,734

hours of Premier League funded programme sessions delivered

1,220

unique participants attended 15,291 hours of Premier League Kicks delivery

Newcastle United Foundation provide 8,085 hours of supervised, free football throughout the year through Premier League Kicks for children and teenagers living in city centres, towns, and rural areas across the North East. An opportunity to meet new people with 93 percent of participants boosting their physical and mental wellbeing, Kicks engages young people in constructive activities and reduces anti-social behaviour by up to 80 percent in target neighbourhoods.

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