Cardiff City FC Community Foundation are delighted to announce a brand new partnership with Cardiff City Supporters’ Club, which will see them support our Premier League Kicks and Bluebirds Ability Projects.


The official charity of Cardiff City Football Club believe that this new collaboration will help us continue to address social issues within the South Wales community. This strong, on-going partnership will significantly contribute to making a sustainable and long-term impact amongst our beneficiaries.


Cardiff City Supporters’ Club Chair, Clive Francis and other members of the Supporters’ Club presented participants with new playing kits at the Premier League Kicks site they will support in Cardiff West Community High School, Ely before witnessing first hand the impact that the sessions have on the young people in the area. 


Premier League Kicks engages with young people in high need areas across South Wales, aiming to create safer, stronger and more respectful communities via sports coaching, educational and personal development sessions.


The Supporters’ Club will also back our Bluebirds Ability programme, an inclusive football scheme providing essential access to sport and physical activity for chidren and young people with a disability, enhancing participant’s social skills and building self-confidence.


The Foundation’s Inclusion Coordinator, Zac Lyndon-Jones said: “We are very happy to be working more closely with Cardiff City Supporters’ Club. The Bluebirds Charity and CCSC can achieve more by working together to support our local communities via the Premier League Kicks programme. We believe a strong, on-going partnership has the power to make a sustainable, long-term impact amoungst the young people that attend every week.”


Cardiff City Supporters’ Club’s Travel and Press Officer, Vince Alm said: “We’re looking forward to working with the Cardiff City FC Community Foundation, by engaging with the youth of South Wales. We’re delighted that we can go a long way to ensuring that sport can contribute to their own personal development and well-being.”