Cardiff City Foundation are looking to work with secondary schools in South Wales that would be interested in joining us for this year's Premier League Enterprise challenge.

The Bluebirds Charity will be expected to engage with marginalised groups of young people who are under-achieving or at risk of not reaching their full potential to ensure the best possible outcomes are achieved.

If you are interested in your pupils participating in the 2018-19 challenge then please contact Dean Pymble ([email protected]) & Zac Lyndon Jones ([email protected]) by 12pm Monday 8th October.

Secondary school pupils representing 34 Premier League and English Football League clubs will compete in the Premier League Enterprise Challenge 2018/19, where they will look to answer a football-business challenge set by the Premier League.

The Premier League Enterprise Challenge, run in partnership with Sport Relief and now in its
tenth year, uses the business models of professional football clubs to engage young people in educational activity. The Enterprise Challenge is the national competition element of this secondary school delivery.

This year’s Challenge tasks pupils with developing a business plan and promotional campaign to increase the number of young adults (aged 18-23) following the club and attending matches. Over 900 young people participated in last year’s competition which was jointly won by pupils representing Everton FC and Wigan Athletic FC.