The Stoke on Trent College men’s football team will now be sporting a new kit thanks to a donation made by local premiership club Stoke City Football Club.
Stoke City Football Club Community Trust made the kit presentation to the college’s football team, who compete in the English College Football Association (ECFA) West Midlands division.
They team are undefeated in the league this season, following their first 6 games.
Calvin Austin, Learner Involvement Coordinator at Stoke on Trent College said: “We are incredibly grateful to Stoke City Football Club and their community trust who do fantastic work in the area.
To have a new kit supported by the premiership Club is absolutely fantastic. The students are really excited and it’s the icing on the cake of what is proving to be an incredible season for them.”
Stoke City Football Club’s Community Trust was founded in 1989 and became a registered charity in 2004.
Formerly known as the Club’s Football in the Community scheme or Community Programme, the Trust engages with people in many varied ways to stimulate an environment in which they can realise their potential and subsequently accomplish more in whatever walk of life they choose for personal and professional development.
The power of sport, particularly football, is used to engage with people of all ages, abilities and social backgrounds. The Trust is committed to inclusion work, promoting health and wellbeing, and improving education.
Anyone wishing to find out more about the Stoke City Football Club Community Trust should visit www.stokecityfc.com/community/
More information about Stoke on Trent College can be found at www.stokecollege.ac.uk.