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Become A Patron

Stevenage FC Foundation delivers a variety of projects to a variety of people from all areas of our local community. Our patron scheme aims to allow business to be a part of what we do and link their own work in the projects we deliver.


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Mascots Experiences

The mascot will get a unique experience to meet all their heroes in the dressing room before the match and get signed autographs. The day becomes a wonderful life long memory, never to be forgotten.



Strength And Balance

Strength and Balance classes are designed for individuals wanting to improve their strength and balance while learning some new exercises to help maintain independence.


Author: SFC Foundation

Latest news

  • Giles School Progress In EFL Utilita Kids Cup

    Over 60 boys and girls took part in an afternoon of football, 8 different partnered schools entered the tournament with the opportunity for the winners to represent Stevenage FC in the regional finals held in March 2020 in Swindon. Read more

  • Marriotts Progress In EFL Utilita Girls Cup

    On Friday 22nd November, Stevenage FC Foundation hosted their annual EFL u13’s Girls Cup. Read more

  • Vacancy: Sessional Coaches

    Stevenage FC Foundation is seeking highly motivated, responsible and committed individuals to work within its expanding community programme with a particular focus on evening and weekend sessions. The Foundation is looking to add to its pool of sessional coaches to deliver on a number of projects in particular Saturday mornings, half term soccer camps, match day packages and our Premier League Kicks programme. Read more

  • Young People Will Join National Youth Programme Through SFCF

    From 2020, Stevenage FC Foundation will engage thousands young people aged 16 and 17, delivering NCS, a 4 week programme funded by the Government. Read more

  • Our Stories - Trevor

    Two years ago, Trevor Prowse, who was overweight and suffered from severe anxiety, never thought he would be able to do everyday activities like playing with his grandchild or talking to a stranger on the phone. Read more

  • SFC & SFCF To Help Tack Increasing Numbers Of Railway Risk Takers

    The EFL Trust has today launched a new partnership with Network Rail and the British Transport Police (BTP) to help tackle the increasing number of people risking their lives on the railway. Stevenage Football Club and Stevenage FC Foundation will be part of the project that will help to educate and raise awareness of the dangers of the railway network to young people. Read more