Be Inspired

Our Be Inspired project, in partnership with the housing provider A2Dominion and BBC Children in Need, aims to improve young people’s wellbeing through multi-sports sessions in Ealing, Southall and Stanwell.

Based primarily within housing estates, the project delivers weekly coaching and mentoring sessions for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

The project is credited with creating a safe environment for young people to enjoy sport – engaging with more than 250 young people in the local area.

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“The Club is very close to my heart” how one Brentford fan is fundraising for our Trust

As Brentford FC Community Sports Trust takes part in its first London Marathon Race. Lee Sullivan – an avid Brentford fan – highlighted why he decided to run the London Marathon for our Community Sports Trust. Why did you decide to run the marathon for Brentford FC Community Sports Trust? ​ I have been watching Brentford […]

Pupils follow in Danny Fullbrook’s footsteps for EFL’s Day of Action

As all 72 EFL Clubs came together for a Community Day of Action on Tuesday 19 March, Brentford FC highlighted the legacy of sports journalist Danny Fullbrook through its journalism project with the Club’s Community Sports Trust. More than sixty pupils from Heston Primary School joined Brentford players Yoann Barbet, Moses Odubajo Emiliano Marcondes and […]

Young People Gain FA qualification

During May half-term, young people from our community coaching programme had the  opportunity to complete their first coaching coalification – the FA Junior Football Leader Course. The youngsters, who take part in the Trust’s Be Inspired and Premier League Kicks project, were given a basic introduction into the leadership skills required for football coaching. The […]

The Trust Wins ‘Partner of the Year’ at A2Dominion’s Award Ceremony

Brentford FC Community Sports Trust was recognised as ‘Partner of the Year’ at A2Dominion’s annual awards ceremony this week. The housing provider, which has 37,000 homes across London and southern England, highlighted the community achievements of the Trust and the important partnership between the two organisations. The hugely successful awards honour inspirational residents, local volunteers […]

Be Inspired Project Raises Awareness of Drugs and Knife Crime

Last month, more than 80 children who live in Southall benefited from a drugs and knife crime workshop by former heroin addict Paul Hannaford. The workshop, which is part of the Trust’s BBC Children in Need programme, supports young people through grassroots community coaching and mentoring sessions. The workshop certainly had the ‘shock factor’ with […]

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