Pompey in the Community are delighted to announce a new partnership with local charter standard club Berewood Panthers for the 2020/2021 season. The partnership will see the introduction of a new player pathway for PAN disability players aged 6-16. PitC currently provide a free session via the Premier League Kicks
Pompey in the Community have partnered with MusicFootballFatherhood and their new book, ‘DAD’. The organisation’s aim is to provide a space for dads to share the ups and downs of parenting, and they do this through blogs, podcasts and social media. DAD is a deeply moving collection of stories that
Burgess explains how Pompey squad have been offering their time and money Pompey fans might have spotted some familiar faces around the city during the coronavirus crisis. Several Blues players have offered their time to deliver food and essential products to vulnerable people in the local community. But the entire
Individuals and companies coming together to help those in need Blues players have joined staff from the club and Pompey in the Community (PitC) to volunteer during the coronavirus pandemic. Food has been prepared and delivered – along with other essential goods – to the most vulnerable people in the
Blues stars have been delivering vital goods Pompey stars have been helping to ensure that supplies reach vulnerable and self-isolating people in the city. Skipper Tom Naylor and fellow midfielder Ben Close were the latest members of the squad to volunteer their services to deliver food and other essential items.
PitC continue delivery of degree courses The 2020/21 academic year will see Pompey in the Community (PitC) continue its partnership with the University of South Wales (USW) in supporting the delivery of degree courses in Community Football Coaching. The programme consists of an initial two-year Foundation Degree in Community Football
Community project to pay tribute to club stalwart A new £3.5 million state-of-the-art community sports complex in Portsmouth is to be named after D-Day veteran and lifelong Pompey fan John Jenkins MBE. The John Jenkins Stadium will be at the heart of the facility to be built on the Moneyfields