County Community Trust Youth Engagement Programme

What’s Involved?

Our CCT Community Engagement sessions provide opportunities for children and young people to engage with their local football club across Stockport and the wider community.

Working in collaboration with local Borough Councils such as Stockport and Poynton MBC’s along with key partners such as the National League Trust, we aim to ensure the power of Stockport County can support communities well beyond the Edgeley Park and the surrounding community.

Football and multi-sports sessions are delivered for children and young people aged 10 -17 years in communities across Stockport and East Cheshire. These sessions provide a safe and friendly environment to meet new people, exercise and improve general mental health and well-being.

Our Aim

The background behind delivering these weekly evening sessions is to allow the provision and opportunity for children and young people aged 10 -17 to participant in regular physical exercise in a social friendly, safe, structured, enjoyable environment.

We aim to make these sessions FREE to attend due to securing vital funding and working with key partners such as the National League Trust and local councils.   

The added benefits from these weekly sessions are much more than taking part in sport as the attendees have the opportunity to make friends and possibly socialise away from the venues during other times of the week. Attendees are also offered the opportunity to play as part of the Stockport County Engagement Team, competing with other clubs/organisations who are delivering similar programmes. The opportunity to wear the Stockport County kit and gain a sense of belonging and empowerment is a huge positive outcome.

The sessions have a positive impact in reducing Anti-Social-Behaviour around the venues the sessions are taking place due to the young people attending the sessions.

We believe our CCT Youth Engagement Programme has the following positive impact on:

  • Raising children and young people’s aspirations.
  • Reducing Anti-Social Behaviour.
  • Improved community cohesion.
  • Educate young people on health and well-being.
  • Stronger collaboration with partners and other organisations.

When and where?

The CCT team are currently delivery the following sessions:

Youth Engagement Sessions

Cheadle Hulme Monday Football Session – Every Monday
5.00pm–6.00pm at Laurus Trust Cheadle Hulme, Cheadle Road, Cheadle Hulme, Cheadle SK8 5GB
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Power League Stockport Monday Football Session – Every Monday
5.00pm–6.00pm at Power League Centre, Craig Road, Heaton Norris, SK4 2AP

Hattersley Tuesday Football Session – Every Tuesday
5.00pm–6.00pm at Ken Ward Centre, Hattersley Rd E, Hyde, SK14 3NL
Apply here

Poynton Wednesday Football Session – Every Wednesday
6.00pm–7.00pm at Poynton Sports Club, London Rd North, Poynton, Stockport SK12 1AG
Apply here

Reddish Wednesday Football Session – Every Wednesday
6.00pm-7.00pm at Reddish Vale High School, Reddish Vale Rd, Reddish, Stockport SK5 7HD
Apply here

Cheadle Heath Thursday Football – Every Thursday
5.00pm–6.00pm at Cheadle Heath Nomads, Norbreck Avenue, Cheadle Heath, SK8 2ET
Apply here

Marple Friday Football (GIRLS ONLY) Every Friday
5.00pm–6.00pm at Marple Hall School, Hilltop Drive, Marple, Stockport, SK6 6LB
Apply here

Power League Monday Football Session – Every Monday

5.00pm–6.00pm at Power League, Craig Road, Stockport, SK4 2AP

Apply Here

How To Get Involved..

Please contact our Partnerships Manager Matthew Bailey at [email protected] or click the link for further details of our Youth Engagement Programme at Stockport County.


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