Arsenal in the Community

Social inclusion

Arsenal in the Community’s social inclusion work believes in the notion of “sport for good” rather than “sport for sport's sake”.

We aim to encourage young people to achieve their potential, improve their well-being and together build stronger, safer and more inclusive communities.

Kicks and Estates Football
Football sessions and positive activities in local parks, estates and community spaces, five evenings a week 48 weeks which provide safe spaces for local young people and building trusting relationships to support their personal development off the pitch through one to one mentoring, volunteering and wider development opportunities.

Kicks Targeted
Working with young people most at risk of exclusion, or already excluded from mainstream education and young people at risk or already involved in the criminal justice system.

Accessibility and Mental Health
Supporting mainstream provision that bridge the gap between targeted and our general delivery.

Women and Girls
Promoting female participation in sport through high quality coaching, mentoring and developing capacity of women and girls as future leaders.

Freedom from Torture
Engaging torture survivors in partnership with Freedom from Torture.

For more information email Jack Ironside at

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