Some of our Community Team players were on hand for the First Team photo that took place at Bower Fold last Thursday, prior to Training.
We were pleased to have players representing our two Adult PAN-disability Teams, Stalybridge Celtic Blues and Stalybridge Celtic Whites, along with our Walking Footballers, Vintage Celtic.
The Blues and Whites will again be competing in the Cheshire East Ability Counts League over at Power League in Stockport, each month and again in the Ability Counts Cup, held at the Cheshire FA HQ in June 2020.
Vintage Celtic will be looking to build on a good debut season in the Curzon Ashton Fair Play League, which starts on 25th September and runs (?) throughout the course of the season.
Good luck to all three teams for the forthcoming season from everyone at Stalybridge Celtic FC!
Follow the fortunes of all three teams along with our third Adult PAN-disability team, Stalybridge Celtic AFG, on Social Media –
Facebook – Stalybridge Celtic Foundation (General) Facebook – Stalybridge Celtic Foundation Ability Counts (Disability) Facebook – Stalybridge Celtic Vintage Celtic (Walking Football)
Twitter – @CommunityStaly (General) Twitter – @VintageCelticWF (Walking Football)
The Stalybridge Celtic Foundation are once again pleased to offer the support of Stalybridge Celtic FC for five local charities throughout the course of the 2019/20 season here at Bower Fold.
We will be handing over five of our Home fixtures this season to enable each charity to come along and raise awareness of the work they do in our community and at the same time, raise valuable funds.
Last season we helped to raise a fantastic £1,546.21 in total across the five charities.
This seasons designated fixtures are as follows –
Saturday 5th October v FC United of Manchester (Reuben’s Retreat)
Saturday 23rd November v Buxton FC (Willow Wood Hospice)
Saturday 1st February v South Shields FC (Kidscan UK)
Saturday 14th March v Morpeth Town FC (The Anthony Seddon Fund)
Saturday 25th April v Matlock Town FC (Home Start HOST)
We’ll bring you details of each day and what will be happening nearer each fixture.
For more information on our Community work follow us on Twitter @CommunityStaly or Facebook – Stalybridge Celtic Foundation
The Stalybridge Celtic Foundation are delighted to announce the award of a grant to the sum of £26,197.50 from the Jigsaw Foundation, to deliver projects within the Hague, Ridge Hill and Central Stalybridge neighbourhoods.
The project ‘Making A Difference’ will help improve the health and lifestyles of people in isolation and of people with learning disabilities and mental health issues.
The Funding will enable the Foundation to provide football based community projects throughout the year for all aspects of the community. This will include men, women and children of all ages.
Activities will include Walking Football, Adult PAN-Disability sessions, School Holiday Soccer Courses, a ‘Get Fit Challenge’ (NHS Based), Sporting Memories group for people with dementia and Match Day visits for local children.
Community Development Officer, Mike Smith – ‘A massive thank you to Linda Whyatt and everyone at Jigsaw Homes for awarding us the grant to enable us to continue making an impact in our local community, we look forward to getting our new activities up and running with new people and as the title says…. make a difference!’.
Pictured at Bower Fold collecting the BIG Cheque are Foundation Chair of Trustees, Gerald Crossley, Mike Smith and Linda Whyatt from Jigsaw Homes.
Stalybridge Celtic Foundation (Charity Number 1173057) are pleased to announce the sponsorship of a new playing kit for one of our adult PAN-disability teams, Stalybridge Celtic Blues.
Ahead of the new Cheshire East Ability Counts League season, the Blues, who won the League One Division of the league last season, will be competing in a new strip, courtesy of the Dukinfield and Stalybridge Rotary Club.
Stephen Gilligan, President of The Rotary Club of Dukinfield and Stalybridge said ‘The Rotary Club of Dukinfield and Stalybridge is proud to sponsor the Stalybridge Celtic Blues this season and wish them the best of luck in the season ahead. Our members will try to get along to as many games as possible this season to cheer on the blues and look forward to a long relationship with the Stalybridge Celtic Community team.’
Stalybridge Celtic Foundation, Community Officer, Mike Smith – ‘We are very grateful to the Dukinfield & Stalybridge Rotary Club for a terrific gesture to sponsor our Blues Team in their games next season, they look very smart indeed, a massive thank you to Stephen and Judi for making it happen’
Pictured at our Pre-season Friendly v Marine AFC, where we held our Disability Team ‘Open Day’ are (L to R) – Judi Kelly (Rotary Club), Gavin, Lee, Sam, Anthony, Joanne and Michael from the Stalybridge Celtic Blues team.
Follow us on Facebook – Stalybridge Celtic Foundation Ability Counts for up-to-date information on all three disability Teams.