Community Football Outreach (CFO)
Ambassadors Football has existed since 1990 to share the Good News of Jesus through football. We love to see local churches serving their local communities through running simple football projects, building relationships and sharing their faith. These projects can be run with children, youth or adults and can be specifically aimed at individuals in the local community.
We do this through our 12 month CFO Journey, where we walk alongside churches to enable them to start and run a project by providing training, ongoing support and resources.
We would love to invite you to attend a CFO 1st leg for an hour on Zoom, where we begin to look at the impact of football, stories of CFO projects and outcomes, a look to understanding your local community and to see how the journey with Ambassadors can begin. Click here to register for our next available dates.
Here’s an example of a Community Football Outreach project from Tom Swallow a Church Ordinand for St James’, Lower Darwen in the Diocese of Blackburn
You can check out some other examples of Community Football Outreach projects below:
Fathers Football: aimed at fathers.
Walking Football: aimed at the older generation or those who may struggle to run.
Genesis Football: aimed at the marginalised/homeless.
“The training we received was excellent – practical, focused and pastorally wise. There was a good balance of teaching input as well as hands-on sports demonstration (which our team really enjoyed). Overall, we were encouraged, equipped and inspired as we started out with our gospel-hearted community sports ministry. We’re very thankful for the Ambassadors team and their support!” Santosh, Oak Hill Bible College
If you are already running a football outreach project or are thinking about starting one, Ambassadors Football invites you to get in touch. We will help you look at the best practice on how to set up and run an effective church-based football project in your community.
If you have any questions please do contact us at [email protected]