County in the Community: How we've been involved this summer

As a fan-owned club, Newport County AFC prides itself on being involved in its local community all year round.

While the competitive football may stop during the summer months, the football club does not and we've remained busy as an active member of the Newport community. 

While the football takes its break, football fans eagerly anticipate the arrivals of their season tickets for the new season and we made those arrivals extra special for some lucky fans as they were personally delivered by manager James Rowberry and a number of County players.

Earlier this week, we also launched our Community Summer Camp which will run from July 25 - August 3.

5-11-year-olds who want to get involved can do so from 10am - 12:30pm, as can girls at a girls-only camp. 

Goalkeeper camps will also run from 1:30pm - 4pm with all camps taking place at Llanwern High School at £10 per session. If you would like to sign up, you can do so by clicking here.

Everyone at Newport County AFC were also deeply affected by the fundraising cause of County fan Robert Ellul who is currently battling cancer.

Chairman Gavin Foxall, James Rowberry and James Waite all attended the charity football day that was put on to raise funds and it was a great success as £6000 was raised for McMillan Cancer Trust.