You vs Train – More Than a Campaign

The EFL Trust is working with local communities to help tackle increasing numbers of railway risk takers. Argyle Community Trust have delivered the railway safety lessons across Devon and Cornwall since the end of June, working with over 529 young people and their teachers. The ‘You vs. Train’ campaign was launched last year by the…

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Argyle To Help Tackle Increasing Numbers of Railway Risk Takers

The EFL Trust has today launched a new partnership with Network Rail and the British Transport Police (BTP) to help tackle the increasing number of people risking their lives on the railway. Argyle Community Trust and Plymouth Argyle Football Club will be part of the project that will help to educate and raise awareness of…

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Kick It Out Bringing Communities Together

Ahead of Argyle’s last home fixture against Charlton, Argyle Community Trust welcomed a number of inclusive football teams and organisations to take part in a football tournament to celebrate Plymouth being a city of diversity and inclusion. Coming together and using the power of the football club to do so, six teams from the city’s…

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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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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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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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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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