Our website enables you to discover the broad and diverse range of provision offered by Reds in the Community under four key themes; Education, Health, Sports Participation & Social Inclusion.Meet the Team Get in Touch
Reds in the Community is a registered charity delivering community and charitable activities on behalf of Barnsley Football Club. We use the power of football and Barnsley Football Club to engage and improve the lives of local people. Professional football clubs are at the hearts of their communities, not just geographically but more importantly emotionally. They have a unique connection and draw that enables them to reach further and wider than others. This provides a great opportunity and responsibility to make a difference.
Using the power of football and Barnsley Football Club we aim to engage and improve the lives of local people through a range of activities and projects within four key themes – Education, Health, Social Inclusion and Sports Participation
This year, 2017, marks 130 years since Barnsley Football Club was formed in 1887. Reds in the Community has been celebrating this landmark anniversary by involving supporters and the wider community in exploring and telling the story of Barnsley FC and Oakwell. Through the ‘Our Club, Our Ground, Our Past, Our Future’ project, which is funded…Read More
Reds in the Community have launched an Overnight Football Tournament in order to raise funds for the Fit Reds programme to continue running into 2018. A 7-a-side tournament on Oakwell’s outdoor astroturf will commence at 7pm on Friday, 3 November and run through until around 11am on Saturday morning, ahead of Barnsley’s clash with Birmingham…Read More
Reds in the Community’s brand new Females only Ultra Violet football session got underway at Barnsley Academy last Thursday evening! The initiative has come to fruition with thanks to funding from the Premier League Girls scheme. Following its incredible success on Thursday night, we have decided to expand our sessions to accommodate more participants. We…Read More