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  • Bähre and Moore Visit Oakhill Primary

    Barnsley FC players Mike Bähre and Kieffer Moore visited Oakhill Primary Academy this afternoon. The Reds duo took time out of their training schedules to meet a selection of pupils from across the school’s year groups. Mike and Kieffer began the visit by taking part in a question and answer session on topics ranging from football…

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  • Heritage Displays Open To All

    The East Stand will be open on Saturday between 11.30am and 1pm for all supporters to view the ‘Our Club, Our Ground, Our Past, Our Future’ displays. With support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) and South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust the ‘Our Club, Our Ground, Our Past, Our Future’ heritage project…

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  • Shadow Scholarship | Barnsley 6-1 Crystal Palace

    The Barnsley FC Shadow Scholars moved up to third in the National Football Youth League table with a comprehensive victory over Crystal Palace. Having been pegged back after an early goal, the Reds scored late in the first half to move in front before making their dominance count in an impressive second half showing. Just…

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  • Shadow Scholarship | Callum Walmsley signs for Barnsley FC Academy

    Centre back Callum Walmsley has become the first Shadow Scholarship player to sign a professional scholarship with the Barnsley FC Academy. The 16-year-old has signed with the Reds less than six months after the start of the programme’s inaugural season. Callum had been offered a two-year scholarship with another professional club but, instead, opted to join…

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  • Premier League Kicks | Matt’s Story Part Two

    Matt Foster started volunteering at Reds in the Community’s Premier League Kicks sessions in June and has now earned himself a paid role as a Community Coach. In August, we took a look at Matt’s story so far where he had been volunteering at two weekly Kicks sessions and had aspirations of becoming a coach…

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  • ‘Our Club, Our Ground, Our Past, Our Future’ Displays Open at Oakwell

    Thanks to National Lottery players, new heritage displays focusing on key events in Barnsley FC’s history from 1887 to the present day have been created for the Oakwell East Stand Concourse. Reds in the Community, a registered charity delivering community and charitable activities on behalf of Barnsley Football Club, celebrated the club’s 130th anniversary throughout…

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  • Shadow Scholarship | Open Trials 2019

    Reds in the Community will be hosting open trials for the groundbreaking Shadow Scholarship programme on Saturday February 23 from 14:00-18:00 at Oakwell. The exciting initiative allows players aged 16-19 to develop their footballing ability in the hope of moving into professional football through Barnsley Football Club whilst also studying on RITC’s equally impressive education…

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  • Book Now for Matchday Club Against Wycombe!

    Online pre-booking is open for the Saturday Matchday Club at home to Wycombe on 16th February! Our Saturday Matchday Club runs during every home league game for boys and girls aged 5-14, costing just £14 per person. Included in the cost is: Two hours of professional football coaching provided by FA qualified coaches A lunch from McDonald’s Barnsley…

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  • Shadow Scholarship | Barnsley 2-1 West Brom

    A brace from Jack Bennett helped the Barnsley FC Shadow Scholars reach the semi-finals of the National Football Youth League Cup courtesy of a hard-fought win over West Brom. Having led 2-0, the Baggies made it a nervy ending with a goal five minutes from time but the Reds held on to secure their place…

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  • Learn and Burn Launches!

    Reds in the Community are delighted to announce the launch of Learn and Burn! The Health initiative, which is designed for adults of any age, provides participants with a combination of theoretical advice and light practical exercise to help improve general health for just £2 per week. The programme, which is based at the Oakwell…

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