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Bettws Communities 1st

31 October

Bettws Communities 1st (Newport) is running a football tournament for the community on the 31st October.

Cardiff Ladies FC

 

Cardiff Ladies FC (Cardiff) are organising an anti-racism match action and holding discussions around racism in football and society.

Conwy Borough FC

Conwy Borough FC (Conwy) is running a match day action against racism.

ETOS

ETOS (Merthyr) is holding a workshop for young people along with other activities including football practical games.

Gower College

Gower College (Swansea) is organising workshops and highlighting anti-racism messages at a range of venues in Swansea.

KPC Youth

KPC Youth (Bridgend) is running two tchoukball tournaments and workshops on equality issues. Prior to the tournaments the participants will discuss the issues of racism and watch the SRtRC DVD.

Ladies Volleyball

Ladies Volleyball (Cardiff) are organising an open day tournament inviting people from the local community to take part in the sport, meeting new people while promoting community cohesion.

Port Talbot Town FC

Port Talbot Town FC (Neath – Port Talbot) is running a series of community based soccer schools during the October half term. Participants will take part in fun football sessions and also take part in a SRtRC workshop.

Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC)

18 – 31 October

The UK anti-racism educational charity offered the opportunity for community groups, clubs and schools to apply for a Fortnight of Action Community Grant with the theme being Community United – Working together to tackle racism. Projects will be taking place from Friday 18th October and throughout the Fare Action Weeks period.

Sport Wales Young Ambassadors

Sport Wales Young Ambassadors (Wrexham) is organising a series of workshops to engage with young people and challenge issues around racism while promoting equality.

The New Saints FC

The New Saints FC (Wrexham) is running a series of workshops for young local people.

Welsh Football League

18 – 26 October

The Welsh Premier League, Conference Premier, Welsh League, Football League and Huws Gray Alliance League will host a series of activities during football matches between 18th and 26th October as part of the Fare Action Weeks.

Please find out more about the fixtures and dates bellow:

Friday, 18 October

Aberystwyth Town vs. Newtown – Welsh Premier League

Bangor City vs. Airbus UK Broughton – Welsh Premier League

Gap Connah’s Quay vs. Rhyl FC – Welsh Premier League

Saturday, 19 October

Swansea City FC vs. Sunderland AFC – Premier League

Newport County FC vs. York City FC – Football League

Wrexham FC vs. Woking – Conference Premier

Bala Town vs. Carmarthen Town – Welsh Premier League

Prestatyn Town vs. Port Talbot Town – Welsh Premier League

The New Saints vs. Afan Lido – Welsh Premier League

Tuesday, 22 October

Caersws vs. Llanidloes Town – Huws Gray Alliance League

Flint Town United vs. Penycae – Huws Gray Alliance League

Guilsfield vs. Llanrhaeadr YM – Huws Gray Alliance League

Llandudno vs. Conwy Borough – Huws Gray Alliance League

Penrhyncoch vs. Rhayader Town – Huws Gray Alliance League

Wednesday, 23 October

Buckley Town vs. Rhydymwyn – Huws Gray Alliance League

Caernarfon Town vs. Cefn Druids – Huws Gray Alliance League

Holyhead Hotspur vs. Porthmadog – Huws Gray Alliance League

Saturday, 26 October

Merthyr Town FC vs. Taunton Town Southern FL

AFC Porth vs. Cwmbran – Celtic Welsh League

Aberbargoed Buds vs. Penybont – Welsh League

Cambrian & Clydach vs. Goytre United – Welsh League

Goytre vs. Aberdare Town – Welsh League

Haverfordwest County vs. Taffs Well – Welsh League

Monmouth Town vs. Ton Pentre – Welsh League

Tata Steel vs. Caerau (Ely) – Welsh League

West End vs. Pontardawe Town – Welsh League 

Zimbabwe Newport Volunteering Organisation

22 October

The Welsh minority group is organising a futsal tournament featuring six teams from migrant communities and six from host communities to play the annual Fare Action Week Cup on 22nd October.

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