Community Support Resources Launched

To support our community in the coming weeks and with more and more people having to self-isolate due to the COVID-19 virus, Stevenage FC Foundation have created an online resources library of different activities, hints & tips to keep you occupied. Read more

COVID-19 Update - Tuesday 17th March

As a community organisation, the health and wellbeing of people within our communities is of paramount importance. Therefore, we continue to adhere to UK Government and Public Health guidelines in regards to the delivery of our activities. Read more

COVID-19 Update - Friday 13th March

Following the Government's decision to move to the "Delay" phase of their plans for the COVID-19 virus and the additional guidance from the EFL, Premier League and FA, the Foundation have taken the following decisions to align with that guidance Read more

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

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