RUFC v Plymouth Argyle

Published: 05/04/2024

Ramadan Mubarak On behalf of Rotherham United Community Trust, we extend our warmest greetings to our Muslim supporters, players, staff, and the entire community as we celebrate the blessed month of Ramadan. Over the festive period of Ramadan, Rotherham United Community Trust have celebrated with the local community in many ways. From holding our first… Continue reading RUFC v Plymouth Argyle

Ramadan Mubarak

On behalf of Rotherham United Community Trust, we extend our warmest greetings to our Muslim supporters, players, staff, and the entire community as we celebrate the blessed month of Ramadan.

Over the festive period of Ramadan, Rotherham United Community Trust have celebrated with the local community in many ways. From holding our first ever Iftar event at the AESSEAL New York Stadium, to our weekly Midnight Ramadan League at the Rotherham Indoor Football Centre.

From our Rotherham United family to yours, Ramadan Mubarak! Enjoy the festivities and the match ahead.

Rotherham United Community Trust Celebrates Refugees with Amnesty International’s Football Welcomes Campaign

Clubs across the UK join Amnesty’s Football Welcomes campaign to show solidarity with those who have fled conflict and persecution.

This year marks seven years of Amnesty International’s Football Welcomes campaign and Rotherham United alongside hundreds of clubs have signed up to continue efforts to welcome refugees and people seeking asylum.

To mark the month, Rotherham United Community Trust is taking football and social cohesion to the heart of Rotherham’s diverse communities with the aim of raising awareness of the positive impact refugees have on football and communities. Aswell as our weekly sessions, we are delivering additional activities such as our matchday experiences and stadium tours to showcase and celebrate the diverse communities of Rotherham.

Ant Bayou – Youth and Inclusion Manager said; “We’re proud as a football club to be able to support local refugees and asylum seekers housed in Rotherham. Since our United 4 Communities (U4C) programme was implemented in 2017, it’s been fantastic to see so many of the participants progress their involvement with the Trust with volunteering opportunities and joining grassroot clubs. It’s so rewarding to know we’re making a real difference to the lives of the people from around the world. Rotherham is a widely diverse community and we want to celebrate this.”

Read the full story here! INCLUSION | Rotherham United Community Trust Celebrates Refugees with Amnesty International’s Football Welcomes Campaign – Rotherham United Community Trust (ruct.co.uk)

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