Community player ambassadors

Rotherham United Community Trust are delighted to announce a number of ambassadors in partnership with the Professional Footballers Association (PFA)

As a club, we pride ourselves on community engagement and a number of players will be taking the lead on a variety of community projects as detailed below:

Sports participation – Jamie Proctor and Ryan Williams
Education – Richard Wood
Health – Lewis Price
Social Inclusion – Kyle Vassell
Kick It Out – Semi Ajayi and Kyle Vassell
Show Racism The Red Card – Zak Vyner
Futsal – Anthony Forde
National Citizen Service – Will Vaulks
Girls/Women’s Football – Jess Birtles
Equality – Zak Vyner and Semi Ajayi
Disability – Richard Wood
Charities – Will Vaulks

“We are lucky to have the support of the whole club with our community work and the players are very passionate in making a difference in any way they can. During my time at the club, the players and management have gone above and beyond in ensuring we have a positive impact and long may this continue. The players have asked to be ambassadors for causes and projects they are passionate about, and they are keen to support in any way possible . As a Trust we work closely with the PFA and we massively value the partnership, so I would urge everyone to visit their website to understand the work they do and how they support the football community” added Gary Webb, Operations Manager for Rotherham United Community Sports Trust.

If you would like to find out more information about the PFA, please click the link below.
https://www.thepfa.com/thepfa/about

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