The Foundation Education team provides a wide range of innovative and exciting learning opportunities
Building Bridges is CFC’s campaign to promote equality and celebrate diversity
In January 2018, Chelsea Football Club announced a new campaign to raise awareness of and educate our players, staff, fans and the wider community about antisemitism in football.
Our football coaches provide coaching to more than 1million young people annually
The trust was inspired by the late Tony Banks, who tirelessly raised funds for former players
Our primary aim is to promote universal sports engagement within disadvantaged areas and with at risk individuals
The international department travels throughout the world, passing the ethos of the Foundation to thousands of young people
Our programme to increase diversity in football
The Foundation runs programmes so disabled people can take part in a wider range of activities.
Chelsea FC Foundation Futsal Club was formed in 2016
CFC is supporting women's and girls' football
The health and wellbeing programme aims to develop and enhance the experiences of a variety of different communities, engaging young and old in their health and wellbeing in a bid to make positive change.
The National Citizen Service (NCS) is a voluntary personal and social development programme for 16–17 year olds in England and Northern Ireland, funded largely by money from the UK Government.