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Premier League Kicks (PL Kicks) first started back in 2006 with community sessions delivered by four professional football club community organisations (CCOs). It aimed to give young people the opportunity to have fun playing football and to develop their skills and opportunities through football with a view to creating stronger communities.

In its first decade, the project has grown considerably. It is now delivered by 68 CCOs, including Notts County FC Football in the Community and other community trusts across the Premier League, Football League and National League. This represents an amazing commitment from CCOs and their community coaches that have engaged and positively influenced over 205,000 young people on the programme. 

Being at the heart of our community, Notts County FITC use the reach and appeal of professional football to engage young people from areas of high need in football, sport and personal development. 

The main objectives of the programme are:

            -To promote participation in sport in area of high needs

            -To provide opportunities for young people to develop skills and confidence

            -To support young people to progress into positive pathways

            -To work with partners to create safe and strong communities




Nottingham College, Maid Marian Way, 4pm – 6pm (Refugee Students)


John Carroll Leisure Centre, 4.30pm – 6pm

Minver Crescent, 7pm – 9pm


Ellis Guildford Sport Centre, 5pm – 6pm

Minver Crescent, 7pm – 9pm

Meadows Youth Centre, 7pm – 9pm


Southglade, 5pm – 6pm

Kimberley Leisure Centre, 6pm – 7pm


Portland Centre, 5.30pm – 7pm


Bar Lane Sports Centre, 10am – 12pm


Core Staff

Project Manager – James Lake

Project Coordinator – Josh Stevenson


For more information about Kicks please contact James on 0115 9055 896 or EMAIL