Inclusion

Our Key Aim:

“Inspire and engage young people aged 11-19 through the power of football and the BAFC brand.”

The Heath and Inclusion department’s aim is to provide programmes that can have a positive impact on the health agenda within the Burton and surrounding areas. We want to use BAFC, our staff and our stadium as a vehicle to help create a healthier local community.

Through our Kicks project, our aim is to help provide opportunities to individuals from 11-19 years to participate in free football and Multi-Sport sessions whilst using the brand of Burton Albion Football Club. All staff aim to engage, inspire and educate all individuals of mixed abilities and ages.

For further information please contact – bact@burtonalbionct.org

4pm – 6.30pm

Project Name & Brief Description Sessions Held (where & when?)
Kicks Click Here
Safer Communities Kicks League 

Saturday Evening

Burton Albion Community Football Centre 3G

6-8pm

Police Cadets 

Tuesday Evening

Community Hub (Casey Lane, Burton)

FREE

6-9pm

Girls Only Youth Club

Every Wednesday 

Queen Street Community Centre (DE14 3LW)

5-6.45pm

£1 per session

Junior Disability

Monday Evenings

Community Hub 

6pm-8pm

Kicks Dance & Cheerleading

Friday Evenings

Queen Street Community Centre DE14 3LW

FREE

4.00-4.30pm (Ages 4-6) – 4.30-5.30pm (Ages 7-9) – 5.30-6.30pm (Ages 10+)