Cambridge United Foundation are holding their annual themed Matchday for the Good Friday fixture against Fleetwood Town...
The Foundation - which has just transitioned from its previous name of Community Trust - is using the fixture to showcase some of the brilliant work it does in the local community.
Cambridge United Foundation engagees with over 10,000 people a year, ranging from the ages of 3 to 90 years old. They work with 144 walking footballers, have 374 seniors engaged in their Forever United programme and regularly host football sessions for 214 disability sport partipants.
You can read more in their 2021/22 Impact Report or visit their new website - CUFCFoundation.com.
Supporters are encouraged to bring a 'Pound to the Ground' on Good Friday and help raise money for the Foundation, who have handed out 1200 tickets for the game to particpants across their Kicks, Schools, Disability, Community Health and Forever United programmes.
The Matchday Programme will feature a number of case studies and stories from the Foundation and we are delighted to welcome eight Premier League Kicks young people to the game as Mascots.
At half-time, we will be presenting the winning trophy to this year's MAN v FAT champions and we are delighted to host another disability sport showcase on the pitch as our Down Syndrome Footballers will perform in-front of the Newmarket Road End.
The Junior U's Kids' Zone will be packed with fun and activities, including a return for Whatsaface Face Painting and visit from Community Sponsors, Astrazeneca.
So, get behind the U's this Friday and show your support for both the team and Foundation in our Good Friday fixture against Fleetwood - tickets are available now.