An estimated 2500 people attended the third joint SUFC/FURD Community Day, held at Bramall Lane on Sunday 21 April. Organisers were delighted with the numbers as the event was arranged in haste following a late decision by the club after a gap of almost 2 years.
Over 300 young people played in 6-a-side games on the pitch, with the Somali Blades winning the Community Cup after a 5-0 victory over the Chinese Prowlers.
The inside programme was full to bursting, with lots of special activities for younger visitors.
Special guests from the Ting-a-Ling project in Birmingham made many friends and further contact and games are planned between the two projects
Young volunteers wanted for film-making project
Football Unites Racism Divides has been granted funding to work with young people to produce a short film exploring Britishness and British values....
20 February 2018
Free social activities for asylum-seeker and refugee women
We run a free social group for women refugees and asylum-seekers at the U-Mix Centre on Wednesdays from 10.45am to 12.45pm. This is a great opportunity to make friends, have fun, improve your English, and keep fit through exercise and dance....
31 January 2018
'We stood on his shoulders' said a tearful Dion Dublin in tribute to the way too soon passing of Cyrille Regis....
20 January 2018
Could our Talent Match scheme help you?
Are you aged 18-24? Bored of doing nothing? Not in education, employment or training? Want to get a job but lacking confidence or motivation? Want to go on a course but can't afford it?
Passionate about something and want to find a way to turn ...
3 January 2018
Our latest blog looks at our women and girls' football work
Our December blog takes a look at our women and girls' football work, how it's developed, what it's achieved so far and what makes it special.