Welcome to Chesterfield FC Community Trust

Latest News from the Trust

Excellent Spireites Soccer School feedback

After an uncertain and distanced end to the 2019/2020 academic year during lockdown, we were delighted to be able to safely provide our popular Spireites Soccer School at St Mary’s High School. …

Chester’s Young Spireites
Chester’s Young Spireites

Youngsters are invited to join Chester’s Young Spireites in preparation for the forthcoming season. Members receive a host of benefits including a welcome letter from Chester, birthday/Christmas ca…

Chesterfield FC Academy Golf Day
Chesterfield FC Academy Golf Day

Places are available for the Chesterfield FC Academy Golf Day at the end of this month. Held at South Chesterfield Golf Club on Wednesday, September 30, the event is being staged to raise funds for…

Spireites Saturday Soccer School & Mini Spireites
Spireites Saturday Soccer School & Mini Spireites

Chesterfield FC Community Trust runs its weekly Spireites Saturday Soccer School and Mini Spireites sessions at St Mary’s Catholic High School. The sessions are for children aged from 2 to 11 years…

Million steps challenge for ‘Steptember’
Million steps challenge for ‘Steptember’

A local martial arts instructor, who works with Chesterfield FC Academy, is on course to complete a staggering ‘Steptember’ charity challenge of one million steps this month. This is around ten ti…

Unsung hero donates to Community Trust
Unsung hero donates to Community Trust

Ian Browes is a name familiar to many Spireites, certainly to those who have visited the Community Trust in recent years. After first coming to games at six years old with his dad, Ian went from su…

World Suicide Prevention Day
World Suicide Prevention Day

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day – take a look at our social media channels to see how we’re helping to raise awareness of the initiative and providing some valuable advice. For anyone who may…

Grassroots club chairman values academy link-up
Grassroots club chairman values academy link-up

Andy Bagshaw, chairman of Hasland Community Football Club, values his club’s link-up with Chesterfield FC Junior Academy. Speaking at a recent event involving teams from Hasland taking on Spireit…

Featured Areas of our Work

Football & Education


Football Sessions

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we offer a variety of matchday activities to get you involved

Sports Club

Fun & Exciting Holiday Activities for ages 7-14

Sport & Health Club

Our sport & health club has a gym and hydrotheraphy pool

Spireites School Partnership

offering a variety of initiatives for schools to engage with

Our Work Within The Community

The work of the Trust falls into five broad areas. However there is considerable overlap in many of our projects.

For each of these themes within this wider plan there is a departmental plan that sets the broad agenda for that work.


“To provide inclusive opportunities, in particular for young people, to engage in sports participation to improve their quality of life

Health & Wellbeing

“To work with individuals and partners to deliver community programmes that will make a positive difference to the health and wellbeing of all


“To work with partners to improve the post 16 education opportunities through the provision of sports-related courses and programmes


“To establish and maintain the history of Chesterfield Football Club and facilitate social interaction by means of this


“To provide an inclusive, modern and unique community facility, for all

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Your support is greatly appreciated

As a charity, we depend on donations to help us keep providing our activities and services to help our local community.

Our Vision

“To work in partnership with our communities to develop a wide range of opportunities which improve the quality of life and outlook for individuals, groups and neighbourhoods in Chesterfield and the surrounding area.”

Mission Statement

“To help shape the future of health and wellbeing in Chesterfield and North Derbyshire thereby making a difference to the lives of local people.”