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Tottenham Hotspur Foundation

Tottenham Hotspur Foundation was established as a Registered Charity in 2006 with significant investment from Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.  In 2010 the Foundation reached a landmark, creating ONE MILLION life changing opportunities for people in our communities - in only four years.

Tottenham Hotspur Foundation uses sport and in particular football as a vehicle to create life changing opportunities for children, groups and individuals within our communities.

Our activities are based on a belief that engagement through sport can result in far more than developing sports skills. It can harness a sense of mutual respect and trust, widen horizons, raise aspirations and provide opportunities to young people regardless of race, sex or age.

Within our Education department:

  • 25 new apprentices taken on through our Future Job Fund programme
  • 18 students enrolled on Tottenham Hotspur Foundation degree programme
  • Over 6000 children pass through the Club’s Learning Zone programme every year

Within our Sport Development department:

  • Over 27 different sports offered through Foundation programmes
  • Over 100 training opportunities for local coaches
  • Over 500 young people taking part in 18 new satellite clubs in volleyball, table tennis, badminton and judo

Within our Community Development department:

  • Over 1500 young people engaged on free or subsidised holiday multi-sport camps
  • 1800 young people per week taking part in 9 estate based programmes
  • 124 16-19 year olds enrolled on BTEC College Programmes.
  • Within our Equalities and Inclusion department:
  • 500 disabled people living in the North London area supported to access local sports clubs and leisure services
  • Over 50 volunteers have been trained and have delivered over 3500 voluntary hours to the community sector.
  • 500 disabled people living in the North London area supported to access local sports clubs and leisure services
  • Within our Health and Wellbeing department:
  • 40 men taking part in a 10 week Physical Activity & Health Programme
  • 22 young people aged between 13 and16 years who were unable to attend the mainstream education have taken part in the Mental Health Programme
  • 40 older people supported to take part in physical and social activities living in Sheltered Accommodation and Extra Care Homes