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  • NCS Autumn 2015 participants graduate

    A fantastic night was had by all as we celebrated the graduation of the Autumn NCS participants. The Legends Suite at the football club was full to capacity with graduates and their families enjoying speeches, videos and an awards ceremony in recognition of their hard work. Special thanks goes to Barnsley College who supported our…

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  • The Rucksack Project – Barnsley

    Now in its third year in Barnsley, The Rucksack Project is a worldwide movement that revolves around a simple, but compassionate task to help those that are sleeping rough on our streets through these harsh winter months. It’s not about grand gestures; it’s not about spending loads of money, or about making a big commitment. It’s…

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  • Reds stars pay a visit to Ward Green Primary School.

    Barnsley players Sam Winnall and Marley Watkins visited Ward Green Primary School this afternoon to surprise one lucky Reds fan and take part in a Q&A session with the children! Six year old Reds fan Reuben recently sent a letter to Sam Winnall explaining why he was his hero. Sam was so impressed that he…

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  • Supporters Complete Yorkshire Three Peaks Charity Challenge!

    Congratulations and well done to the group of Reds supporters who completed our Yorkshire Three Peaks Charity Challenge on Saturday! The team took on the 24.5 mile challenge to raise money for the Barnsley FC Community Trust. The Barnsley FC Community Trust is a registered charity and the aim is simple – to help improve…

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  • Refugee Football Sessions at Oakwell

    The Reds in the Community have recently set up a weekly football session to support refugees and asylum seekers play football in a safe environment. The group of 18 play every Tuesday at Oakwell, which involves a coaching session from our community coach followed by a match. Jimmy, one of the participants commented; ‘All of us…

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  • Barnsley FC take on Cardiovascular Disease

    Barnsley FC’s Community Sports & Education Trust has teamed up with the British Heart Foundation (BHF) to tackle the high levels of cardiovascular disease in Barnsley. Men aged 35+ are being offered the chance to play at Oakwell as part of a healthy lifestyles programme, ‘Fit Reds’, which is being funded by the BHF’s Hearty…

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  • Join our After School Girls Only Football Club, Starting on Friday 6th February!

    We are pleased to announce details of our new after school girls only football club, which kicks off on Friday 6th February, from 4:30pm – 5:30pm at Oakwell! Open to girls aged 5-14 years old, the first session is FREE, with further sessions priced at £2.50. The sessions will continue every Friday during school term…

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  • Just like watching Brazil! Fit Reds new away kit inspired by the spirit of 97!

    The ‘Fit Reds’ veterans football team consisting of men who completed the healthy lifestyles programme delivered by Barnsley FC’s Community Sports & Education Trust and PSS (Personal Shaped Support) have recently acquired a new away strip based on the classic Brazilian1970 World Cup team. The veterans regularly play friendlies with other men’s health schemes and…

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  • Female Football Development Programme Smashes Annual Target!

    The Trust is celebrating the success of an innovative new scheme that has seen 15,000 more women and girls playing football.

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