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County in the Community

County In The Community Trust is one of 72 league clubs affiliated to The Football League Trust, delivering sporting projects and schemes for everyone in Newport, Monmouthshire and Torfaen.

It was formed in September 2013 and has endeavoured to deliver and increase participation for people from 3-83 years of age.  Under the guidance of The Football League Trust, the Community team meet the five key themes of Sports Participation, Health and Education, Social Inclusion and the Environment. County In The Community Trust deliver mainly football sessions, projects and schemes in and around the Newport area to engage local people and create a positive experience through Newport County AFC.

Some of the projects the Community run include the Ladies Team, Futsall Team, Walking Football Team to the ‘We Wear the Same Shirt’ team.

VISIT THE COUNTY IN THE COMMUNITY WEBSITE
WWW.COUNTYINTHECOMMUNITY.CO.UK

Contact County in the Community

📧 community@newport-county.co.uk 

☎️ (01633) 481896 - ext. 7

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