premier league kicks

Premier League Kicks is a unique collaboration between 69 Premier League, English Football League and National League clubs. The nationwide initiative supports young people through weekly football, sport and personal development sessions.

Along with Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Fulham, our Trust was one of the first community organisations to run the pioneering project back in 2006.

This year alone, the project has engaged with more than 800 young people in Brentford’s surrounding areas.

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Job role: Communities Engagement Coordinator

Brentford FC Community Sports Trust are looking for a Communities Engagement Coordinator. Are you committed to working in the local community? Do you have the skills to deliver a project to engage the people of Hounslow and surrounding boroughs? Then this could be for you. With community work spanning three decades, Brentford FC Community Sports […]

Join our FREE Christmas football camp for girls

Following on from the success of our October half-term camp, we are running another FREE football camp for girls during Christmas and New Year. Join us on Tuesday 29 December at Bedfont Sports Club Hatton Road, Feltham, TW14 8JA. The camp will run from 10am-1pm and is available for girls aged 5-16. The camp is […]

Trust staff recognised at the Premier League’s ten-year anniversary awards

As the Premier League celebrated ten years of their Charitable Fund, Graham Goodden and Calum McHardy have been both recognised for their pioneering Premier League initiatives during the first lockdown in March 2020. Graham Goodden – Communities Engagement Manager at Brentford FC Community Sports Trust – won the “Kicks Facilitator” award while inspiring coach Calum […]

Free online Kicks sessions

In partnership with the Premier League’s Kicks programme, we are offering free online football sessions to young people during Lockdown 2.0. Available for boys and girls – aged 5-18. Participants do not need any prior football experience and it’s a great way to keep fit during the government lockdown. Our girls only sessions takes place […]

Mini Olympics keeps kids occupied during lockdown

Earlier this year Brentford FC Community Sports Trust teamed up with housing provider A2Dominion to host a Mini Olympics challenge for all ages in our communities. The goal was to bring families and communities together to do something fun and active over the summer. The Trust put together mini Olympic bags containing balls, bean bags, […]

Here come the girls: success at our half-term Soccer Camp

More than 80 girls from across west London signed up for an exciting football camp during October half-term. The camp is part of Brentford FC Community Sports Trust’s Kicks Girls programme, which encourages girls across the capital to play football and get active. Funded by the Premier League and the London Marathon Charitable Trust, the […]

Join our free girls only youth club

Starting on Tuesday 3 November, we are running a weekly youth club every Tuesday 7pm-8.30pm at Hanworth Youth Centre, 64 Hounslow Roadd, Feltham TW13 6QQ Run by our experienced and qualified youth workers, you can join us for: •           Music. •           Cooking. •           Team games and football. •           Quizzes. •           Arts and Crafts. •           Drama […]

Join our FREE girls football camp this October half term

We are running a FREE girls only football camp this October half term. The football camp will take place at Bedfont Sports Club in Feltham on Wednesday 28 October 10am-1pm. Delivered as part of our Premier League Kicks programme, our football camp is delivered by our experienced football coaches who have expert knowledge of girls’ […]

Join our lockdown youth party

Fed up of Fridays in lockdown? Why not join our free lockdown party on Instagram next week? Join us for Hip Hop, Grime, R&B, Dancehall, Afrobeat’s, House and much more by our experienced DJ. Plus, we have exciting signed Brentford merchandise to be won if you take part. Plus, you can request songs as you […]

The Trust deliver game-changing activity packs to children and young people across Hounslow

The Trust launched a new community initiative yesterday, which saw dozens of children receive free activity packs to keep them active and healthy within their homes during this period. The initiative, developed in partnership with Hounslow Council, will see 600 activity packs delivered across eight housing estates in Hounslow over the next couple of weeks. […]

Sign up for our Youth Questionnaire

With an excellent track record of working with young people, the Trust wants to support children and young people during the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. Yet we need your help to make this happen. We have developed a short questionnaire to find out what online content children and young people would like to engage with. Whether […]

New Soccercise exercise videos launched

Following on from the success of our first Soccercise video, we have launched a series of Soccercise videos in partnership with the Premier League’s Kicks project. Designed to be undertaken either indoors or outdoors, Soccercise combines a variety of fitness exercises with a football. The class is delivered to music and based on repetitions of […]

International Women’s Day: Sport sessions launch for teenage girls

Ahead of International Women’s Day on Sunday 8 March, Kicks Girls will officially launch at Osterley Goals Soccer Centre this week. The sessions will be held every Friday between 5.30pm-7pm.   Funded by the London Marathon Charitable Trust and in partnership with London United and the Premier League, the Trust has joined thirteen professional football […]

Ealing MP visits Kicks session in Northolt

James Murray, newly elected MP for Ealing North, visited our Kicks football session in Northolt last week. James Murray, who previously worked as Deputy Mayor for Housing under Sadiq Khan, was keen to learn about the Community Sports Trust involvement in the local community and how the Trust has cultivated successful projects in Ealing. Speaking […]

Job role: Communities Engagement Coordinator

Do you want to change the lives of young people in west London? We are looking for an enthusiastic and target-driven individual to join our busy team at Brentford FC Community Sports Trust as Communities Engagement Coordinator. The successful candidate will have the drive, determination and passion to change the lives of our young people […]

The Trust’s Premier League Kicks sessions inspiring young people to achieve their potential in Ealing

Brentford player David Titov and Councillor Bassam Mahfouz, Ealing Council’s Cabinet Member for Finance and Leisure, joined participants from Premier League Kicks session yesterday at Northolt High School to celebrate the commitment from the Premier League to fund the community programme for another three years. This investment will enable more than 175,000young people to access […]

Young Brentford footballer nominated as CEFA Player of the Year at the prestigious EFL Awards

Jason Evans, 17, has been shortlisted as CEFA player for the Community Education Football Alliance (CEFA) league at the prestigious English Football League Awards. The youngster, who is part of Brentford FC Community Sports Trust’s football BTEC programme with West Thames College, was recognised for his footballing talent in the newly formed league. Jason is […]

The Trust Celebrates Refugees’ Contribution to Football

On Saturday Brentford FC Community Sports Trust teamed up with QPR in the Community to celebrate the contribution refugee players make to the beautiful game, as part of Amnesty International’s Football Welcomes initiative. Ahead of the west London derby with QPR, young people from Brentford’s Premier League Kicks project played a memorable match against young […]

Tournament Uses the Power of Football to Raise Awareness of Knife Crime

More than 130 young people took part in an exciting football tournament at Northolt High School, Ealing, last week. The tournament, run in partnership with the Premier League’s Kicks project, saw 10 community organisations from across the country play a series of enthralling six-a-side matches. Yet the Tournament’s real objective was more than just playing […]

Young Brentford volunteer Awarded ‘Kicks Hero’ by the Premier League

Sharan Khroad, 17, has been named as the Premier League Kicks Hero for Brentford FC Community Sports Trust. Sharan was awarded with a personalised Premier League Kicks Hero comic illustration, as part of the Premier League’s 10-year celebration of the programme. Sharan was presented with her award by Brentford FC’s captain John Egan n 13th […]

Premier League Kicks Project Players Take on Elite Australian Team

Last week, Brentford FC Community Sports Trust hosted an exciting friendly against an elite Australian team called the Australian School of Football – who are based in Canberra. Participants from the Trust’s Premier League Kicks project played against the team at Northolt High School, a venue that regularly runs community coaching sessions for young people. […]

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