Bradford (Park Avenue) will continue to mark their commitment to promoting equality, valuing diversity and combating unfair treatment throughout the organisation, players, academy, The Horsfall Community Trust, supporters, volunteers and staff at this weekends home game on Saturday vs Nuneaton Borough FC .
Bradford (Park Avenue) Football club are an intrinsic part of the local community which contributes to the quality of life of many people and has the ability to foster community cohesion throughout the city and wider community. The club believes that football also has the unique ability to bring people together from a wide range of different cultures and communities. Bradford (Park Avenue) are more than just a football club.
The club provides opportunities for all sections of the community to engage with the football club and participate in the community activities provided by the official charity, The Horsfall Community Trust.
The club has invited local councillors, partners, junior and school teams to promote our commitment and positive approach to community cohesion.
Jayne Spencer, Community Development Manager said:
“On behalf of the club and the Horsfall Community Trust, we are pleased to again demonstrate our commitment at the game on Saturday to promoting equality and valuing diversity. We will not accept and tolerate actions that are against our beliefs. “