Mavericks Netball

Mavericks works towards helping England to develop top level players. They know that it is crucial for the Netball Super League to succeed in order to provide each individual athlete with the experiences that could help make them the best in the world. The club is fully committed to the development of players, coaches and umpires striving to give people the opportunities that might enable them to excel in their field.

Mavericks have their training sessions and home matches at the Hertfordshire Sports Village.

W: www.mavericksnetball.co.uk

Arsenal Ladies

Arsenal Ladies Football Club are an English women’s association football club affiliated with Arsenal F.C. Founded in 1987, they are the most successful club in English women’s football.

W: www.arsenal.com/ladies

Stevenage Football Club Foundation

Stevenage Football Club Foundation is the official charity of Stevenage Football Club, which delivers a variety of sporting and educational based activities in order to help to improve the standard of living within the local community. The Foundation’s work is built around two core principles – People and Potential. We work on a number of projects with a variety of partners in order to deliver work that impacts those two principles.

W: www.stevenagefcfoundation.com

Saracens Sport Foundation

The Saracens Sport Foundation’s mission is to inspire communities and change lives through the power of sport. The more people that get involved with our work, the more changes we can make to our community, inspiring other communities and changing lives through the use of sport as a tool of engagement.

W: www.saracens.com/foundation

Watford FC’s Community Sports and Education Trust 

A registered charity running community sports and educational activities on behalf of Watford FC

Watford FC’s Community Sports and Education Trust (the Trust) is a registered charity (Charity No: 1102239), having gained charitable status in April 2004. The Trust currently runs activity programmes within Hertfordshire and its surrounding areas, as well as in the London Boroughs of Harrow and Hillingdon. Although the Trust may traditionally be seen as purely a football provider, this is certainly no longer the case – currently focusing on three key priorities: Health and Wellbeing, Learning and Skills and Social Inclusion. We also have four key promises to; promote Watford FC, explore opportunities to grow partnerships and reach, deliver accessible football and sporting activities and to strive to be recognised as a high-quality community provider.

  • Mission: Making A Positive Difference For All Through Sport, Physical Activity and Learning
  • Vision: Improving Lives, Enhancing Communities
  • Values: Integrity, Inclusivity, Innovation

W: www.watfordfccsetrust.co.uk