Inside the Premier League

Our main focus is to run the best possible football competition. We undertake a progressive, responsible approach across the organisation and try to achieve this.

At the Match

It was a competitive and compelling season packed with incident. Playing and refereeing standards were both high, which attracted record crowds from diverse backgrounds.

Behind the Scenes

We are committed to raising the bar in everything we do, with a particular focus on youth development and supporter engagement.

In our Communities

Along with our clubs we use our profile to support communities. We make significant investment in grassroots facilities and inspire young people to get involved in sport and education.

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Along with our clubs we use our profile to support communities. We make significant investment in grassroots facilities and inspire young people to get involved in sport and education.

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Introduction

  • Kate Bradley Richard Scudamore

    Newcastle UnitedFoundation

    Premier LeagueCommunities Strategy

    Kate Bradley, Head of Newcastle United Foundation, gives an overview of the Premier League Communities strategy and highlights how the club has become a hub of the community, delivering an impressive range of programmes in the region.

    The Premier League not only supports the 20 Premier League clubs but also 72 Football League and 69 Football Conference clubs to deliver community programmes right across the country.

    Clubs do an incredible amount at the heart of their communities and we're now focusing our efforts on young people. We're investing in facilities and grassroots, inspiring sports participation and supporting education
    and skills.

    Richard Scudamore,
    Chief Executive, Premier League

Premier League Communities

Strategy summary

Key Community Numbers

Engagement

  • 4.14mattendances at Premier League club programmes across the country last year
  • 83%Under 18
  • 32%female
  • 32%Black and Minority Ethnic

Local Scale

  • 20Premier League clubs supported to deliver community activity
  • 72Football League clubs supported to deliver community activity
  • 69Football Conference clubs supported to deliver community activity

International Reach

  • 25different countries benefit from the Premier Skills programme
  • 2,500+coaches and referees trained through Premier Skills
  • 28Premier League and Football League
    clubs involved

Pitches

  • 469Artificial Grass Pitches built to date
  • 152new Artificial Grass Pitches over three years
  • 2,474Real Grass Pitches developed to date

Facilities

  • 13.5%Increase in sports participation at
    funded sites’
  • 90Multi-Use Games Areas built to date
  • 1,526Football Stadia Improvement fund projects to date

Kit Scheme

  • 3,255schools and junior clubs benefited
    from the Premier League Players'
    Kit Scheme
  • 48,825new Nike football kits distributed

Our initiatives

  • 7Mcontact hours with young people
    on PL Kicks
  • 12different sports in the PL4Sport programme
  • 1,193venues hosted PL Kicks, PL4Sport and
    PL Girls Football

Our initiatives

  • 51Football clubs funded to deliver PL4sports participation programmes
  • 69,816Young people engaged on PL4Sport

Schools Competitions

  • 2,115schools in Premier League schools’ tournaments
  • 20,000+pupils participated in competitive
    football
  • 2Finals at Premier League Stadia (Manchester City and Stoke City)

Premier League Enterprise

  • 90,000+young people engaged
  • 277schools and groups in the 2013/14 Premier League Enterprise Challenge

Premier League Reading Stars

  • 83,000young people and their parents have participated
  • 3 in 4children made at least six months’ progress in 10 weeks

Prince’s Trust Partnership

  • 3 in 4young people progress into education, work, training or volunteering
  • 4,950young offenders/ex-offenders have been rehabilitated

Barclays Premier League Works

  • 20clubs to deliver Barclays Premier League Works programme from 2014/15 season
  • 15,000+young people will benefit
    from financial skills
    training

Just some of the current three-year funding priorities are outlined below:

3YR FUNDING

  • £168mPremier League funding into community related good causes
  • £38.1mFootball Foundation funding to build Artificial Grass Pitches and facilities (208.1m committed since 2000)

3YR FUNDING

  • £19.4mto support Football League Club Community Activity
  • £16.8mpartnership with Sport England for Premier League Kicks and Premier League 4Sport

3YR FUNDING

  • £10mto support Premier League Clubs to develop bespoke local community projects
  • £4mpartnership with Sport Relief for Premier League Enterprise and international development projects

3YR FUNDING

  • £3msupport to Football Conference Club
    Community Activity
  • £1.5mdonation to Prince’s Trust over three years
  • 3:1Our partnership approach leverages £3 in partnership funding for every £1 from
    the Premier League

Clubs as hubs of their communities

    • Our Remarkable
      Premier League Journey Put Stoke on the Map

    • “Promotion to the Premier League in 2008 marked a period of rapid development for Stoke City’s community provision. Adrian Hurst, Head of the Community Trust, joined the Potters as a young volunteer in 1992 when it had just two members of staff. Here he charts the Trust’s journey to becoming an acclaimed provider of community programmes.

      “There are some big challenges facing our communities, many of which are highly deprived, but there are also great strengths locally and being in the Premier League has definitely put the city on the map.

      “We were a fairly traditional community programme working on multi-sports provision and modest education inclusion work. By 2005, however, Stoke had one of the highest rates of young people not in employment, education or training and we knew that we needed to do things differently.”

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      Stoke people are friendly and genuinely open to change, and the club has a 'can-do attitude' which is embedded in community staff.

    • Coordinated activity with valued partnerships

    • “Promotion enabled us to do much more and have greater impact. The workforce and our expertise have grown to a level we simply wouldn’t have been able to achieve without Premier League support.

      “It was daunting at first but by the end of our first season, organisations which may not have considered working with the Trust wanted to talk.

      “We now have strong major partnerships with the likes of NHS Stoke, the City Council, Sport England and the Prince’s Trust.

      “We currently work with tens of thousands of young people. It’s a co-ordinated approach, using schools as a hub for our activities: from our own general health and well-being projects, to nationally recognised programmes like Premier League Kicks.

      “It’s taken time to develop a schools network model, but the pace at which we’ve achieved it is down to Premier League support and funding.”

    • clubs-as-hubs1

      Schools take working with us seriously – they know we can inspire young people to achieve. In turn we ensure their interaction with us is of the highest quality.

    • Changing young people’s Lives

    • “For me one simple gesture symbolises our remarkable journey. We recently held a reunion for graduates from our Stoke Challenge programme – which supports young people into training and employment. A young woman came to the event and handed staff a letter.

      “She’d written ‘I wanted to say thank you for everything you’ve done for me. It may not have seemed like a lot to you but you turned my life around.’

      “For someone to write that about a football club makes me think, ‘Yes!’. Fifteen years ago that wouldn’t have been our role. It just shows how far we, and the entire football family, has come.”


  • Our Remarkable Premier League Journey Put Stoke on the Map
  • Coordinated activity with valued partnerships
  • Changing young people’s Lives

INVESTING LOCALLY, INSPIRING GLOBALLY

LOCAL PREMIER LEAGUE COMMUNITIES

Click the map hotspots to explore our reach into international communities.

  • UK scale
  • • 161 Football clubs supported to deliver community programmes

      - 20 Premier League, 72 Football League and 69 Football Conference
  • • 469 Artificial Grass Pitches and 2,474 real grass pitches delivered via the Football Foundation
  • • 2,115 Schools took part in Premier League schools tournaments
  • • 1,193 community venues host Premier League Kicks, Premier League 4Sport and Premier League Girls Football
  • • 73% of Premier League Kicks venues are in the top 30% most deprived areas of the country.
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
    Premier Skills is a Premier League partnership with the British Council which is developing a brighter future for thousands of young people around the globe. 2,500 coaches and referees have been trained with 500,000+ young people reached.

    Countries include:
  • Botswana
  • Ethiopia
  • Kenya
  • Nigeria
  • Senegal
  • Sierra Leone
  • South Africa
  • Sudan
  • Uganda
  • Zambia
  • Middle East & North Africa
    Premier Skills is a Premier League partnership with the British Council which is developing a brighter future for thousands of young people around the globe. 2,500 coaches and referees have been trained with 500,000+ young people reached.

    Countries include:
  • Afghanistan
  • Egypt
  • Qatar
  • Tunisia
  • Asia
    Premier Skills is a Premier League partnership with the British Council which is developing a brighter future for thousands of young people around the globe. 2,500 coaches and referees have been trained with 500,000+ young people reached.

    Countries include:
  • China
  • Hong Kong
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Malaysia
  • South Korea
  • Vietnam
  • Americas
    Premier Skills is a Premier League partnership with the British Council which is developing a brighter future for thousands of young people around the globe. 2,500 coaches and referees have been trained with 500,000+ young people reached.

    Countries include:
  • Brazil
  • Mexico
  • USA

Sub-Saharan Africa

Middle East & North Africa

Asia

Americas

Back

World-Class Facilities in High-Need Areas

    • Introduction

      The Premier League funds capital and programme focused investment to support grassroots football. The funding varies in form from the hugely popular Premier League Players’ Kit Scheme – providing brand new Nike kit for hundreds of schools every year – to multi-million pound, state-of-the-art changing facilities and 3G Artificial Grass Pitches. The capital building programme is heavily weighted toward areas most in need of investment and supports the development of strong links between communities and local, professional football clubs.

      In the last 12 months alone, through our investment into the Football Foundation, 167 facilities projects have been awarded grants worth £28.4m. This in turn has attracted an additional £30.7m in partnership funding, and has delivered 52 brand new 3G Artificial Grass Pitches, 224 real grass pitches and 51 changing facilities. This partnership – with The FA and Government via Sport England – will see another 152 3G pitches built over the course of the three-year deal, adding to the 469 that have been built since the Foundation was launched in 2000.

    • 469
      artificial grass pitches built to date
      150
      more in three-year period (2013/14 – 2015/16)

    • It is important to focus on areas of deprivation as those areas are where the provision of these types of facilities is worst and where the need is greatest.

      Richard Scudamore

      By building fantastic all-weather 3G pitches across the country we will boost grassroots football, encourage participation all-year round and also help develop the next generation of talent.

      Helen Grant MP, Minister for
      Sport & Equalities

    • DAN WALKER

      BBC Sport Presenter,
      Football Foundation Ambassador

      “Football is often criticised for not doing enough, but the Premier League’s commitment to putting funding into even more of these pitches is to be applauded. In the UK we know all about the perils of the long winter nights, so the more floodlit all-weather pitches we can build the better!

      We have seen time and time again that football has the potential to inspire young people and support their development both on and off the pitch, and this investment strategy ticks all those boxes, especially where those community facilities are linked to their local professional clubs.”

    • £208.1m
      Premier League Investment into facilities via the Football Foundation to date
      13.5%
      sports participation increase on Football Foundation funded sites in the last year

      Premier League funding has helped leverage hundreds of millions in partnership funding. In total, £1bn worth of projects have been delivered via the Football Foundation since the year 2000.

    • Investment into facilities at the grassroots level is vital for the future of our game and I have witnessed first-hand the effect 3G pitches can have, not just on individual players, but on a whole community.

    • Football Stadia Improvement Fund

      The Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF) provides grants to football clubs to improve their stadium facilities for players, officials and spectators. The FSIF – which receives £6m in Premier League funding each year – is the country’s largest provider of grants, helping to improve the standard and safety of lower-league football grounds in the professional and amateur game. These improvements range from new football stands and turnstiles to floodlighting and improved provision for disabled supporters.

    • Since 2000


      1,526
      projects funded
      £139m+
      total grants

      Last 12 months


      159
      projects funded
      £9.3m
      total grants

    • Changing young people’s Lives

      “For me one simple gesture symbolises our remarkable journey. We recently held a reunion for graduates from our Stoke Challenge programme – which supports young people into training and employment. A young woman came to the event and handed staff a letter.

      She’d written ‘I wanted to say thank you for everything you’ve done for me. It may not have seemed like a lot to you but you turned my life around.’

      “For someone to write that about a football club makes me think, ‘Yes!’. Fifteen years ago that wouldn’t have been our role. It just shows how far we, and the entire football family, has come.”

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  • Introduction
  • Dan WalkerBBC Sport Presenter
  • Football Stadia Improvement Fund

Club linked facilities

Rainhill High School

In November 2013, Liverpool Manager Brendan Rodgers opened a brand new 3G Artificial Grass Pitch at Rainhill High School on Merseyside, created with a £300,000 Premier League grant.

Liverpool enjoys a long-standing partnership with the school and Brendan Rodgers welcomed the great advantages the state-of-the-art pitch will bring to the club and the wider community. He declared: "...You don’t get much better than this. It will not only allow the elite young players from Liverpool to benefit, but also children from the school and the local community."

The Premier League funded sites like Rainhill are further strengthening the links clubs have with their communities and provide excellent venues for their extensive outreach work. It is a lasting legacy that is inspiring young people as well as helping to reinvigorate local communities.

CAPITAL CITY ACADEMY

In January 2014, Spurs and England star, Andros Townsend, officially unveiled a newly resurfaced third generation Artificial Grass Pitch at the Capital City Academy, Brent. The facility was funded by a Premier League and The FA Facilities Fund grant of £366,368.

52
new artificial grass pitches in 2013/14
100+
more in next two seasons

...You don’t get much better than this. It will not only allow the elite young players from Liverpool to benefit, but also children from the school and the local community.

Brendan Rodgers, Liverpool Manager

Premier League Players’ Kit Scheme

James Milner

The power a new kit has to inspire a lifelong love of football and sport came across loud and clear when Manchester City’s James Milner re-launched the Premier League Players’ Kit Scheme in April. The scheme has kitted out more than 3,000 schools and junior amateur clubs since its launch in 2011, and the midfielder was proud to present Ravensbury Primary – near neighbour of the Etihad Stadium – with kit and equipment.

In an action-packed day Milner chatted with excited pupils, participated in one of the school’s regular ‘City in the Community’ Sports Coaching sessions, and remembered how new kit motivated him as a school player in Leeds.

48,825
Nike football kits distributed

I remember how great it was to put on a new kit. We were no longer having to rifle through the kit bag, looking for matching socks, or socks with no holes! A new school kit might just give kids the confidence to go out and play football because it makes them feel good and look good.

3,255
schools and junior clubs have benefited so far

Premier Skills

25
Active Countries
2,500
coaches and referees trained with
500,000+ young people reached

Using the global appeal of the Premier League, Clubs’ experience in delivering community football programmes in the UK, as well as the British Council’s global network and track record of delivery, Premier Skills is developing a brighter future for young people in challenging communities around the world.

BRINGING SPORT TO YOUNG PEOPLE

    • 40

      other types of sports sessions are delivered by football clubs
      Over
      7 million

      total contact hours on Premier League Kicks
    • SPORTING HABITS FOR LIFE

      The Premier League funds a huge range of football and sports programmes through its own clubs and those in the Football League and Football Conference.

      Jake Humphrey, BT Sport presenter

      The range of programmes and the breadth of opportunities it affords to different age groups is quite simply staggering. From Premier League Kicks – which provides regular football and development opportunities in some of the country’s most challenging communities – to Premier League 4Sport which encourages young people to explore other sporting activities, there really is something for everyone – inside and outside the school gates.

    • Jennie Price CEO, Sport England

      Sport can change lives and we are determined that every young person should have opportunities to discover sport that excites them and inspires them to develop a sporting habit for life.

      But young people face an increasingly complex set of demands on their time, so we need to bring sport to them, on their terms, in ways that fit their lifestyles and interests. Partnering with big names that this age group are already familiar with – such as the Premier League Football Clubs – can help us achieve this.

    • By combining the unique appeal of top football clubs with the experience and expertise of Sport England, we have been able to bring sport to tens of thousands of young people, including those from some of the most disadvantaged communities. And it’s working.

    • Premier League 4Sport

      Through Premier League 4Sport (PL4S), Premier League clubs across the country continue to open up ‘satellite’ sports clubs in community schools which offer young people the opportunity to try out a range of sports in a venue familiar to them, wearing a badge that they recognise. The partnership has proved popular and in the last nine months alone, over 600 new satellite clubs have been formed, with the clubs’ skilled coaching workforce engaging over 18,000 young people in 12 different sports.


    • 1,006
      different delivery venues
      18,586
      young people so far this year
    • Premier League Kicks

      We are reaching young people in some of the most challenging areas of the country through Premier League Kicks. The programme uses the appeal of professional football clubs to engage young people who may not otherwise engage. Individual contact hours are impressive, with activities including football, other sports or personal development sessions. Premier League Kicks is already offered by 47 professional football clubs across the country and in the last nine months we have exceeded our annual target, reaching 30,000 young people, 39% of which are from BME groups.

    • 31,849
      young people so far this year
      73% of 771
      venues in top 30% most deprived areas
      2,364
      qualifications for young people this year
    • Both Premier League 4Sport and Premier League Kicks show how the power and appeal of a football club combined with intelligent investment can help us bring sport to young people, often for the first time. We look forward to continuing to develop these projects with the Premier League, so that young people can benefit from the health and social gains that sport can bring.

  • JAKE HUMPHREY, BT SPORT PRESENTER
  • Jennie Price, CEO, Sport England
  • Premier League 4Sport
  • Premier League Kicks

Premier League 4Sport

632 sport satellites are delivering: Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Boxing, Golf, Handball, Hockey, Judo, Netball, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball

Sport England and the Premier League first combined in 2009 to create Premier League 4Sport. In July 2013 the partners announced an expansion to include 14 more football clubs to deliver in their communities. Athletics, boxing, golf and tennis were added to the eight Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth sports on offer through the trailblazing programme.

69,816young people engaged on the programme to date
35%female engagement
34Premier League and Football League clubs delivering
12National Sports Governing Bodies

Premier League Kicks

Harnessing young people’s potential

The Premier League and Sport England funded a £9m expansion of the internationally acclaimed Premier League Kicks programme, to promote football and sports engagement in disadvantaged areas. The programme harnesses potential in young people and uses the power of 47 professional club brands to inspire them to choose sport and a positive path in life.

Kicks delivery staff are the jewel in the crown of the programme who have helped ensure that Premier League Kicks has become an industry leading programme, generating outstanding contact time with teenage participants.

500+
young people gained employment
at clubs
98,959
young people engaged
7,052,640
total contact hours

Kai Parkinson, a former participant, volunteer, and now coach, gives a heartfelt explanation of why he believes he can inspire young people.

Premier League Girls Football

  • girls

    GirlsFootball

    The Premier League Girls Football programme will receive a £2.4m investment from The FA over two years. It is based on the successful Premier League 4Sport initiative and aims to engage thousands of female participants each year through a network of community sports clubs. Historically girls at secondary school and the young women who leave secondary school are less likely to engage in sporting activities than young men. This innovative programme will tackle this issue head on, and not yet 12 months into delivery is already showing great promise. Premier League club community departments are already experienced in engaging girls in other community programmes, with over 100,000 girls involved in their programmes in the past year alone.

    7,841
    engaged
    393
    satellite sessions
    34
    delivery clubs across the country
    82
    FA qualifications gained

A focus on school sport

    • Premier League quality support for schools

      A fundamental aspect the Premier League Communities strategy is to focus on school sport. Clubs deliver sport sessions during and after school where the aim is to improve the standard of PE provision in schools and help children and young people develop a lifelong love of physical activity. By extension the aim is also to strengthen links to competitive sporting activity in and between schools and to reinvigorate district-level football. A lasting legacy will be to help teachers develop their own skills in delivering physical education sessions.

    • 1,051
      Primary Schools
      289
      Secondary Schools
      10,720
      participants
    • We're a one club city, and the attraction of the Premier League is immense. But we only stay in a school if we are a credible delivery agency, so it is important that we have high-quality staff who can deliver the objectives of the curriculum and can ensure young people are adopting a sporting habit.

      Mark Abrahams of Southampton’s, Saints Foundation

    • Premier League Schools Tournament

      The Premier League Schools Tournament (PLST) is all about increasing boys’ and girls’ participation in football and creating competitive opportunities. It offers schools in England and Wales the chance to team up with their local Premier League club. Each club stages its own regional competition to find a school to represent them in the finals.

      In 2014 over 10,000 young footballers from more than 1,300 schools took part. When the final tournament was held at Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium in May, more than 1,000 spectators turned up to see the PLST champions crowned and lift the replica Premier League trophy.

    • Girls Champions
      Everton
      Boys Champions
      Liverpool
    • It’s phenomenal. There’s not really words to explain this.

      Crystal Palace participant

    • Premier League U16s Schools Cup

      More than 700 schools entered the Premier League Under-16 Schools Cup in 2014. In a game that matched the Barclays Premier League for sheer excitement, St Francis Xavier School from Liverpool triumphed 4-2 in a tense penalty shootout over Croydon’s Whitgift School after a 4-4 draw.

      The competition has been running for 40 years and is organised by the English Schools FA, which has had Premier League support for more than two decades. An extra incentive for this season’s winners was a brand new trophy, specially commissioned by the Premier League, to mark its patronage of the Under-16 competition.

    • 775
      Secondary schools
      Over 10,000
      U16 players
    • I just couldn't believe it. I saw all my mates in the crowd and ran to them.

      Winning goalscorer, Michael Fearnehough

    • Changing young people’s Lives

      “For me one simple gesture symbolises our remarkable journey. We recently held a reunion for graduates from our Stoke Challenge programme – which supports young people into training and employment. A young woman came to the event and handed staff a letter.

      She’d written ‘I wanted to say thank you for everything you’ve done for me. It may not have seemed like a lot to you but you turned my life around.’

      “For someone to write that about a football club makes me think, ‘Yes!’. Fifteen years ago that wouldn’t have been our role. It just shows how far we, and the entire football family, has come.”

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  • Premier League quality support for schools
  • Premier League Schools Tournament
  • Premier League U16s Schools Cup

Supporting
Education & Skills

EDUCATION AND SKILLS’ GREATEST SUPPORTER

When all these programmes are considered, the range, reach and diversity of the Premier League’s offer is truly startling.

Tarun Kapur
Executive Principal, Lymm High School,
Trustee Manchester United Foundation,
Chair Premier League and
FA Facilities Fund

"In my 33 years as a teacher, and now Headteacher, I have seen up close the impact sport can have on young people’s lives. Football, in particular, has a unique ability to reach out to people and open up possibilities that they simply would not have been aware of otherwise. Then there are the obvious health benefits and the acquisition of new skills, as well as the academic and vocational qualifications it brings."

Tarun Kapur

"Supporting football in our schools is close to my heart and the work that the Premier League is doing in this area is to be applauded. It’s not just all the grassroots football facilities they are funding; it’s also the revenue programmes that make a real difference. From school sports coaching to Premier League Enterprise – which fosters young people’s entrepreneurial spirit – to literacy programmes like Premier League Reading Stars and innovative coaching programmes such as Premier Skills which is leaving such a legacy around the world."

Premier League Enterprise

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Football’s Social Enterprise

Premier League and Football League Football Club Community Organisations deliver enterprise education to young people in their local communities through The Premier League Enterprise Academy. This innovative initiative uses the power of the football club badge to deliver positive and exciting activities that engage young people in the world of business and enterprise, develop their self-esteem and foster a ‘can do’ attitude.

There are currently 24 Premier League and Football League clubs involved in The Premier League Enterprise Academy, and 90,000 young people will soon have taken part in the programme. In addition to secondary school students, over 6,600 primary school pupils participated in Premier League Enterprise Academy activity in 2014.

90,000
participants to date
24
Premier League and Football League clubs delivering

Premier League Reading Stars

Premier League Reading Stars takes children’s passion for football and uses it to motivate them to enjoy reading and improve their literacy levels. In the programme each Premier League club selects one player to become a Reading Star. They talk about their favourite books and set reading challenges for children via online videos.

The players’ challenges support a 10-week reading campaign which reaches over 30,000 children through 1,000 schools and libraries. The children’s efforts are rewarded with Premier League-branded materials, including certificates, wristbands, reading journals and wall charts.

Research shows that there is a significant gender gap in reading attainment – further highlighting the value of the programme. The latest National Literacy Trust research of more than 35,000
8-16 year-olds revealed that only 25% of boys read outside a school classroom setting every day and almost two-thirds prefer watching TV to reading (63.6%).

Premier League Reading Stars is a proven way of getting children to enjoy books.

Frank Lampard

We know that reading and literacy scores improve from the 10-week course.

Richard Scudamore

Prince’s Trust

Football changed my life completely. Not only did it keep me away from some of the negative influences we all face as young people growing up, but it also gave me something to aim for every day. Football motivates, breeds confidence and most of all - inspires. It's an honour to be an ambassador for The Prince's Trust.

Rio Ferdinand
Rio Ferdinand

The Prince’s Trust Football Initiative is funded by the Premier League and the PFA, and has helped more than 22,500 disadvantaged young people since 1997. Three in four of the young people helped by The Prince’s Trust move into work, training or education.

4,950
young ex-offenders have been rehabilitated
1,800
care leavers have been supported to make the transition to independent living

Premier League Clubs

  • 2013/14 Seasons

    CLUB COMMUNITY WEBSITES

    For more information on the community activities delivered by the 20 Premier League clubs from the 2013/14 season, click on their logos for access to their community websites.

    • Arsenal
    • Aston Villa
    • Cardiff
    • Chelsea
    • Crystal Palace
    • Everton
    • Fulham
    • Hull
    • Liverpool
    • Man City
    • Man Utd
    • Newcastle
    • Norwich
    • Southampton
    • Stoke
    • Sunderland
    • Swansea
    • Tottenham
    • West Brom
    • West Ham