In Pictures: EFL Day of Action with Yann and Ruben

AS part of the EFL Day of Action, Argyle first-team stars Ruben Lameiras and Yann Songo’o spent time at Goosewell Academy in Plymouth. Ruben and Yann joined in with a Move and Learn day with children aged 9-10, offering advice and answering questions on their professional careers in football. Funded through the EFL and from…

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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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Meet the Women in Football

As part of International Women’s Day some of the Plymouth Argyle Ladies team decided to share their thoughts on the benefits of sport and why they champion football.   Katie Middleton Captain of Plymouth Argyle Ladies 1. How did you get into sport? I have an older brother and we were always out playing some…

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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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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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Argyle Sign Up To The Twinning Project

Twinning Project confirmed as the official umbrella for all collaborative projects between football and HM Prison & Probation Service  Plymouth Argyle is delighted to announce that, along with 31 other Premier League and English Football League clubs, to be part of Twinning Project. Launched on 31 October 2018, The Twinning Project aims to bring together…

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Career: Women and Girls’ Officer

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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Peter Grant is Ambassador for Premier League Writing Stars Competition

Plymouth Argyle Football player Peter Grant is confirmed as the Argyle Community Trust’s ambassador for writing competition celebrating diversity.   Working with the Premier League we are running a poetry competition centred on the theme of diversity, inspired by the poem written especially for this competition; Beautifully different, Wonderfully the same by Joseph Coelho. The poem and…

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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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