At Reading Football Club, we understand the potential that football has to make a positive impact on its local community.
We proudly play a key role in our town and across Berkshire and the Thames Valley area, in particular through the work of Reading FC Community Trust (charity number 5319170).
Whether it's running Soccer Schools in the school holidays, delivering educational programmes, hosting disability sport, facilitating social inclusion, or even our players dropping in a variety of sessions, we try to help change people's lives for the better.
Royals hosting England Talent Day for disabled footballers8 October 2017
Reading FC Community Trust will once again be hosting an England Talent Day this season for young, aspiring footballers with disabilities.
Moore takes part in Q&A at Soccer School5 September 2017
Young Royals fans got a surprise at one of our Community Soccer Schools as defender Liam Moore made an appearance!
Sign up for Macmillan’s World's Biggest Coffee Morning5 September 2017
Reading's contribution to the World's Biggest Coffee Morning, in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support, is taking place on Friday 29th September from between 10.30am and 12pm hosted in the Players' Lounge at Madejski Stadium.
Every Player Counts: Disability football providing employability benefits4 September 2017
An initiative set up between Reading FC Community Trust and The Community Furniture Project in Newbury (CFP Newbury) has provided a platform for disabled people to gain valuable life skills – through football activity and work experience.