Clubs Unite for EFL Day of Action

More than one million people are now participating in football-led community programmes and activities every season All 72 EFL Clubs will come together on the same day for the EFL’s Day of Action to demonstrate the positive impact football can have in changing young people’s lives. From Plymouth to Peterborough and Sunderland to Southend, on…

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IWD2019: Celebrating Argyle Ladies

Increasing female participation in football is the focus as Argyle Community Trust marks International Women’s Day. To celebrate the occasion and to support this year’s theme #BalanceforBetter, the Girls Football Academy players gathered to share their ideas to how sports clubs, government and schools can improve the number of females involved in the sport. By…

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Football Helping Prisoners

Back row, left to right: Chris Weale of Exeter City, Gary Sawyer of Plymouth Argyle and Troy Brown of Exeter City, with Alvin, Ian, James and Ali. Photograph: Ian Tuttle/Shutterstock Source: The Guardian Written by: Ben Fisher There is a fiercely contested drop-ball during a five-a-side kickabout with a difference. Behind the barbed wire and through…

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You’re Hired! Meet Our Apprentices

National Apprenticeship Week (NAW 2019) takes place 4 to 8 March 2019: gov.uk/government/topical-events/national-apprenticeshipweek-2019  This annual celebration of apprenticeships will bring the whole apprenticeship community together to celebrate the impact of apprenticeships on individuals, employers and the economy. At Argyle Community Trust apprentices provide us with a talent pipeline for the future. 90 per cent of…

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Showcase: Argyle Move and Learn

The Move and Learn project aims to get children active and teaches the importance of healthy eating. The Move and Learn project is a national school-based educational programme for children aged between 9-10 that has been developed by the EFL Trust and Ferrero. By combining six weeks of practical sporting sessions with classroom sessions, the…

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Women’s Disability Football Receives Community Grant

Women only football sessions for players with disabilities is launching at the newly opened and developing Manadon Sports and Community Hub in Plymouth. Argyle Community Trust (ACT), the official charity of Plymouth Argyle Football Club, already offers a session for men who have a successful competitive team but say it’s been a long time coming…

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Finish Line in Sight for Manadon Sports and Community Hub

Work to create a brand new football, cricket and outdoor sports centre for the Manadon and Honicknowle communities is nearing completion. A Football Association-standard all-weather 3G pitch opened in May 2018 and construction of the pavilion, which started in July 2018, is now in the final stages. When it opens in the spring the building…

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Latest Career Opportunities at the Trust

As a registered charity, the Community Trust works in close conjunction with Plymouth Argyle Football Club, aiming to be the best and ensure the quality of our behind-the-scenes team sets us apart from the competition. Our people are committed to the success of the Trust, working across several sectors where sport has proven to be the ideal…

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Harry’s Half Time Lap of Honour

Continued from previous story: Happy as Harry As a thank you and to celebrate disability player Harry Parker’s hard work and great achievement as part of the Children in Need Rickshaw Challenge, the Argyle players and manager, Derek Adams, honoured Harry as part of Saturday’s game against Fleetwood at Home Park. As a passionate fan,…

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Happy as Harry!

Disability Team player Harry Parker has shot to fame following his incredible success as part of The One Show’s Rickshaw Challenge, all in aid for Children in Need. The challenge sees presenter Matt Baker join six inspirational young people on an epic bike ride. The eight day cycle has seen the team tackle a 423…

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