Premier League Kicks

What is Premier League Kicks?

Premier League Kicks, funded by the Premier League through the Premier League Charitable Fund, uses the power of football and sport to inspire young people to reach their potential, in some of the most high-need areas in England and Wales.

Who is it For?

Children and young people aged 8-18 years old.

Where and When is it?

How Can I Get Involved?

Turn up to the one of the sessions above, or for more information please contact:

Sandro Vashakidze at sandro.vashakidze@sufc-community.co.uk (Mixed Sessions)

Shannon Wells at shannon.wells@sufc-community.co.uk (Girls Sessions)

Rob Jenkinson at rob.jenkinson@sufc-community.co.uk (Disability Sessions)

Meet the Team

Rob Jenkinson – Participation & Inclusion Manager

Leads operations relating to PL Kicks Disability sessions

Sandro Vashakidze – PL Kicks Coordinator

Leads the PL Kicks programme and ensures all sessions are achieving outcomes.

Shannon Wells – Women & Girls Inclusion Coordinator

Leads all PL Kicks Girls delivery

Wayne Allen – PL Kicks Youth Worker

Supports delivery of PL Kicks sessions

Josh Crisp – Community Sports Coach

Leads sessions across PL Kicks and PL Kicks Disability

Callen Dua-Brown – PL Kicks Coach

Supports delivery of PL Kicks sessions

Mohammed Kabadeh – PL Kicks Coach

Supports delivery of PL Kicks sessions

Abid Kabul – PL Kicks Coach

Supports delivery of PL Kicks sessions

Ty Marples-Welsh – PL Kicks Coach

Supports delivery of PL Kicks sessions

Mukhtar Mohammed – PL Kicks Coach

Supports delivery of PL Kicks sessions

Grace Riglar – Women & Girls Coach

Supports delivery of PL Kicks Girls sessions

Jake Young – Girls Sports Lead

Delivers all PL Kicks Girls activity and also delivers mixed Kicks sessions too

Find Out More

For more information about Premier League Kicks, please contact Sandro at

sandro.vashakidze@sufc-community.co.uk