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Press Pass – WBA vs Crystal Palace

‘Press Pass’ is a partnership between The Albion Foundation and Albion’s Media Team – providing a once in a lifetime opportunity for young writers to report on a Premier League match alongside the professionals! Mitchell Weaver and Alonza Woodstock, both Year 11 students at RSA Academy, were the young reporters selected for ‘Press Pass’ this weekend and here’s what they …

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Albion Kicks Host the Gunners

Albion Kicks is an inclusion project offering free football 48 weeks a year, aimed at teenagers between the ages of 12-18. The project runs across the Sandwell area, covering sites identified by the police as high youth crime and anti-social behaviour. The school holidays sees a great opportunity  for different kicks projects across the country come together and play matches …

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Albion Kicks Take Part in Half Term Tournament

Young people from both the West Midlands come together for a Kicks football tournament hosted by Wolverhampton Wanderers. The Premier League initiative provides free, positive activities for young people of Sandwell, 48 weeks of the year. The Kicks project offers regular incentives including: Premier League match tickets; merchandise; competitive fixtures against other Premier League clubs; plus many others.   The Foundation …

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Grab a WBA vs Norwich Match Day Ticket for the price of a 1991 ticket!

To celebrate The Albion Foundation’s 25th Anniversary, we will be offering supporters of the Foundation the chance to purchase tickets to the Norwich City fixture on Saturday 19th March 2016 (kick off 3:00pm) for the special price of a 1991 match day ticket. Every year The Albion Foundation is designated a WBA home fixture that is designed to raise awareness …

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#Foundation25 Countdown!

We will officially launch the 25 day countdown to our Foundation Day fixture for the 2015/16 season against Norwich City on Saturday 19th March. To mark the occasion this season, we will be celebrating our 25th Anniversary as a football club community. To help countdown to the day, we have devised a list of 25 significant events from the past …

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Moat Farm Enjoy Half Term Fun

During February half term pupils from Moat Farm Junior School once again benefitted from activities put on by The Albion Foundation. On Monday pupils were selected via invite to enjoy a day at the Albion. The morning consisted of 2 hours activity in the West Bromwich Albion Community Sports Hall. Lots of the usual favourite games such as dodge ball …

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Blind Football Team Clinch National Title!

It’s taken four years but our Sporting Club Albion (SCA) Blind Football Team clinched the FA National Blind Futsal League Title this weekend with two games still to play in their domestic league season under the guidance of experienced Blind Football coaches Paul Glover and Adam Crowle. After a closely fought first four months of the season, our SCA team …

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Boing Boing Baggies Reward Trips

Key Stage 3 & 4 pupils were treated to a morning at Boing Zone, Stourbridge. 9 pupils were picked due to their excellent behaviour and attendance over the past half term. For many of the pupils (and staff) this was a first time experience of an indoor trampoline arena. Pupils and staff engaged in games of Dodgeball and had a …

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Albion Kicks Come Up Short Against Nottingham Forest

Albion Kicks is an inclusion project offering free football for 48 weeks of the year, aimed at teenagers between the ages of 12-18. The project runs across the Sandwell area, covering sites identified by the police as high youth crime and anti-social behaviour. The school holidays sees a great opportunity  for different Kicks projects across the country come together and …

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Professional Football Clubs come together to reach out to more young people

West Bromwich Albion are one of six professional Football Clubs from across the Midlands to join forces to develop a football based programme to ‘Reach Out’ to inactive young people across the Midlands communities. The Albion Foundation, along with the community programmes at Aston Villa and the Football League’s Burton Albion, Coventry City, Walsall and Wolverhampton Wanderers have received funding …

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For more information on The Albion Foundation and our activities, call us on 0871 271 9840.