The children at Robin Hood Primary school had a surprise visit from Notts County’s captain Richard Duffy and defender Carl Dickinson as part of their +Sport Move and Learn Project. The programme, which is delivered in partnership with The English Football League Trust and Ferrero, is a FREE school-based educational programme for primary school children.
On Tuesday (20th March) all 72 EFL clubs came together to demonstrate the positive impact football can have in changing young people’s lives. Notts County Football in the Community (FITC) had its focus on one of its Premier League Girls sessions, based at Rushcliffe School in West Bridgford. The session, which attracts nearly 30 girls every week,
On Saturday 17th March a dedicated group of Notts County supporters (some as young as 7 years old!) braved the cold to walk from the One Call Stadium to Meadow Lane, all in aid of Notts County Football in the Community (FITC). The brave ramblers set off before dawn to make it back to Meadow Lane
Pupils at Dovecote Primary School welcomed a visit from Notts County first team players as part of their Premier League Primary Stars programme, delivered by Notts County Football in the Community. The programme uses the appeal of professional football to inspire girls and boys aged 5-11 to take part in physical activity and supports the
Notts County FC Football in the Community (FITC) is delighted to announce 200 Degrees Coffee Roasters as its Community Partner. The 200 Degrees roast house, which is based on Meadow Lane, was first set up as a coffee wholesaler back in 2012. The company has grown rapidly since with new openings of its two coffee