Walking Football

COVID 19 October Update

Following the amended government guidelines to introduce tier systems across the UK to regionalised areas, Mansfield Town Football in the Community would like to provide clarity on which activities can and cannot continue, following the change in rules. ACTIVE MINDS In line with new government guidelines, we are now unable

Football in the Community to restart activities from September

Mansfield Town Football in the Community is delighted to announce that all activities based at the One Call Stadium will recommence from September, providing measures remain as they are. Following extensive work behind the scenes to bring our activities in line with Covid19 guidelines, Football in the Community will reopen

Stay Home Social Club helping to maintain a positive mind-set | Mental Health Awareness Week

Mansfield Town Football in the Community are delighted to be taking a proactive approach when it comes to improving the mental wellbeing of members of the Community, thanks to the weekly ‘Stay Home Social Club’. The online quiz and games night hosted through Zoom has proved to be a popular

“I feel happier; I feel like I belong somewhere” – Walking Footballer praises impact of Project on his wellbeing | World Health Day

64-Year-Old Chris Priest has loved sport throughout his life, travelling up and down the country on a weekly basis to watch Mansfield Town, and during his youth playing regularly on a social basis with his friends and family, however after developing a problem with his feet and mobility, was forced

“I feel happier; I feel like I belong somewhere” – Walking Footballer praises impact of Project on his well-being | EFL Day of Action

64-Year-Old Chris Priest has loved sport throughout his life, travelling up and down the country on a weekly basis to watch Mansfield Town, and during his youth playing regularly on a social basis with his friends and family, however after developing a problem with his feet and mobility, was forced