Participation & Inclusion

To provide opportunities for everyone to participate & progress in physical activity and/or sport & establish safer, stronger & more inclusive communities.

Football Camps

Holiday camps for boys and girls aged 5-14 years. Our camps run during the Sheffield school holidays at various facilities across the city and blend fun activities with structured coaching and games. Children and young people are able to improve their techniques through a variety of activities, learn new moves and skills and most importantly, have lots of fun. It is also a chance for children to make new friends in a safe and friendly environment. Throughout our camps we pride ourselves on promoting respect, politeness, encouragement, fair play and teamwork.

We currently run camps at the following venues:

  • Handsworth Sporting Club, S9 4PA
  • Leisure United Graves, S8 8JR
  • Leisure United Westfield, Moss Way, S20 8FA
  • Wisewood Sports Centre, 75 Laird Road, S6 4BS

Our camps offer:

  • Coaching from FA qualified and DBS checked staff
  • Fun and educated practices
  • Daily tournaments
  • A safe and friendly environment
  • Support finding local clubs to join
  • Structured pathways for talented players

Booking a Camp

To book onto one of our football camps please visit our online booking site here.

Premier League Kicks

Using the reach and appeal of the Premier League and network of professional football clubs, Premier League Kicks will regularly engage children and young people of all backgrounds and abilities in football, sport and personal development – providing a trusted, positive influence in highneed areas across England and Wales.

The goal of PL Kicks is to inspire young people to achieve their potential and improve their wellbeing, working together to build stronger, safer and more inclusive communities.

PL Kicks is for children and young people aged 8-18 years and is inclusive and accessible to all. We also seek to provide specific inclusive opportunities for key priority groups including girls, LGBT+ and children and young people with disabilities.

We deliver weekly sports sessions across the city, including football and basketball, to provide opportunities for young people to play. We also deliver monthly workshops via our social media channels and at Bramall Lane, as well as providing opportunities to take part in social action and competitions.

For our 2020-21 weekly PL Kicks timetable click here.

Due to current Covid-19 guidance, participant numbers are restricted to ensure safe and appropriate social distancing. We therefore require you to book onto any of our sessions until further notice. To book your place, please use the links below.

For PL Kicks Football please book here.

For PL Kicks Basketball please book here.

Premier League Primary Stars

Premier League Primary Stars uses the appeal of the Premier League and professional football clubs to inspire children to learn, be active and develop important life skills. Available to every primary school in England and Wales, it inspires girls and boys aged 5-11 in the classroom, the playground and on the sports field.

Teaching materials cover subjects from English and Maths to teamwork and PE, with free to download activity ideas, worksheets, lesson plans, fun assemblies and exclusive videos. Learning is connected to the real world of sport to enthuse pupils when tackling challenging PSHE topics such as resilience, diversity, self-esteem and fair-play. Professional football club staff work with teachers to deliver fun, educational sessions in a range of subjects within local partner schools. Competitions range from national football tournaments, to creative writing and reading challenges.

Premier League values underpin everything on offer, encouraging children to:

  • Be ambitious – work hard and never give up on their goals
  • Be inspiring – set a great example to others
  • Be connected –work well with others and in a team
  • Be fair – treat people equally and think of others

Our programme is delivered for a full academic year and is available to every Primary School with a Sheffield post code.

If you are interested in our Premier League Primary Stars programme please click here.

For more information on our Partner Package click here.

For more information on our Basic Package click here.

Welcome Through Football

The programme aims to share best practices and deliver a football based social inclusion methodology directed at reaching and working with young refugees from the ages of 7 through to 25 years old.  Alongside other European clubs, we deliver a football-based community programme with a focus on social inclusion, integration and acceptation of refugees in Sheffield.

Welcome Through Football – Is a 3 step process:

  1. Socialisation to sports – providing different football offerings for young refugees of both genders related to their specific requirements such as language skills or the possibility of trauma.
  2. Socialisation in sports – working on team structure, giving more responsibility to the participants and offering additional steps out with the sports training sessions.
  3. Socialisation through sports – Focusing on the skills the participants learn from taking part in the available offers so that they qualify for further education in and outside of sports.

Disability Programmes

We champion equality, diversity and inclusion across all our programmes and work to ensure young people with special education needs and disabilities have the opportunity to participate and progress in sport.

Blades Inspired

Blades Inspired has been created to provide more sport and physical activity opportunities for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) across Sheffield. The primary focus is to inspire, educate and impact more children and young people with SEND through PE and Football sessions.

Our programme ensures that sessions are adapted and cater for the needs of each individual young person so they can fulfil their potential. Sessions are primarily delivered during school hours and our aim is to improve confidence, social skills and fundamental movement skills. It is hugely important that individual well-being is a priority.

PL Kicks Disability

Coming soon.

PE & School Sport

Curriculum PE Programmes

Designed to complement and reinforce existing PE programmes within your school. Its aim is to help children attain their curriculum targets through Physical Literacy; developing confidence, physical competence, personal skills, team work and building self-esteem. This initiative provides children with the foundations for lifelong participation in physical activity.

Extra-Curricular Clubs

After School Clubs

Our After School Clubs are extremely popular. They take place straight after the end of the school day and generally last for one hour. We aim to provide a safe and fun environment where children can develop their football skills.

Lunch Clubs

Takes place over lunch time and provides a safe and fun environment where children can develop their fundamental movement skills and have fun! Lunch Clubs can be sport focused (e.g. football) or multi-skill based.

Active play

Takes place over break time and provides structured play sessions to promote fun and physical activity.


Our fundraising events are designed to help raise revenue for the School and the Foundation with funds used to continue existing initiatives or create new projects for the community of Sheffield.

Healthy Schools

United In Health

United in Health is developed to increase children’s knowledge and understanding of physical, mental, and emotional well-being to promote and encourage a healthy balanced lifestyle. The aims of the project are:

  • Increase children’s physical activity and promote healthy, active lifestyles
  • Increase mental health awareness and develop fundamental skills to promote positive mental well-being
  • Empower children to make positive decisions about their physical and mental well-being


Enrichment sessions have been developed to support schools manage and improve pupil’s behaviour through sports and help young people improve their engagement and progress in school. A programme of delivery is tailored to the specific needs of the school and their pupils.

For more information about our Schools Initiatives and costs please click here.

Empower Women & Girls


To empower women and girls to be active, to feel stronger and more confident in their ability to take part in physical activity and sport and eliminate gender stereotypes.  


To create safe environments and provide opportunities where women and girls can take part in regular sport and physical activity which meet their specific needs and develop a community of support where women and girls can empower each other. We want to raise awareness of gender stereotypes and how these affect the activity levels of women and girls, and address and provide support to overcome gender specific issues which affect women and girls participating. 

SUCF Girls & Women’s FC

Want to play more football on a regular basis? Why not join our Girls & Women’s Football Club!

We have girls teams from Under 9 to Under 18 in addition to a new Senior Women’s team. All ages play in the local Sheffield & Hallamshire County Girls & Women’s League on a Saturday or Sunday. If you, your daughter, granddaughter or niece would like to join our club please click here.

Sponsors Required Could you help?

We have various sponsorship packages available with great benefits included. If you are interested in sponsoring one or more of our teams please contact us today!

Our current sponsors are:

Empower LGBT+ Project

Empower LGBT+ is a new three-year programme funded by the Premier League and Professional Footballers’ Association Community Fund (PLPFA) and Yorkshire Sport Foundation, to provide positive safe spaces, free of discrimination, which enable LGBT+ young people aged 11-25 to be regularly active and to provide opportunities to develop their skills and confidence in sport and physical activity. 


To provide positive safe spaces, free of discrimination which enable people from our LGBT+ community to be regularly active and to provide opportunities to develop their skills and confidence in sport and physical activity. To provide training and raise awareness of how the language currently used in everyday life can negatively affect our LGBT+ community and create a more empowered and inclusive community for everyone to participate in sport and physical activity. To amplify LGBT+ voices in sport and share best practice within our industry.

Our Partners

Find Out More

Watch this space for upcoming events and success stories! For more information in the meantime contact Amy on: