The Albion Foundation has a fantastic reputation for their work in schools delivering innovative education and sporting opportunities. Find out more about the great work that we are doing with our partner schools and how you can get involved. For more information about each section, please click on the headings:
Introduction to a range of sporting and educational opportunities, working in partnership with schools and other organisations to deliver quality programmes in and out of curriculum.
Opportunities to participate through alternative delivery for participants who have not engaged in more traditional learning and sporting environments; enabling them to re-engage in positive activities.
We deliver a range of sporting opportunities introducing young people with disabilities and/or learning difficulties to quality coaching. This is complemented by our education support and mentoring.
The Albion Foundation and Epic Dance Academy are in partnership to offer dance throughout local schools and communities
We work closely with our further education and higher education partners to deliver a range of sporting and educational opportunities for young people over the age of 16.
Kicks is an inclusion project that aims to create safer and stronger communities in targeted areas of high youth crime and anti-social behaviour identified by the Police. This is achieved by providing free positive activities, using the brand of West Bromwich Albion, to engage young people between the ages of 12-18 years.
The Premier League 4 Sport Project began on the 1st September 2009 by all 20 Premier League Football Clubs. The project is aimed at young people aged 14-24, offering them the opportunity to play more sport for free.The Albion Foundation acts as a “hub” for these sessions; linked to community sports facilities and secondary schools to create satellite sports centres.
The FA Girls’ Programme was launched in October 2013 to encourage more women and girls to play football on a regular basis.