Saints Foundation are running activities for young people over the summer in partnership with the Premier League.
We are joining club community organisations across the country in providing support and activities for young people over the summer break, as part of the Premier League’s Summer Sessions programme.
We are once again offering support to young people who are eligible for free school meals throughout the school holidays. Our Community Hubs at Newtown Youth Centre and Woodlands Community College are welcoming children for a full day of activities and a nutritious hot meal, all for free.
The work is being delivered in partnership with Southampton City Council through their Holiday Activity and Food (HAF) Initiative. There are still spaces available to book through HAF’s website.
We are also continuing to deliver our open-access Premier League Kicks sessions over the school break.
Kicks evening sessions will take place twice a week at Newtown Youth Centre and weekly at Goals Southampton, whilst Kicks Street Games sessions will be taking place on Thursday at Daisy Dip Park in Swaythling.
This allows us to continue our work year-round, helping young people to achieve their potential, as well as building stronger, safer and more inclusive communities.
In addition to this activity, the Premier League Changemakers programme has recently begun delivery, with Saints Women’s Captain Shannon Sievwright leading our mission to empower young women into leadership, both on and off the pitch.
The Premier League Summer Sessions will build on the year-round delivery of the Premier League's Primary Stars, Kicks and Inspires programmes. Read more about them below.