Tag Archives: Northern Premier

Entain stands by Pitching In commitment despite Trident Leagues season cancellation

Entain Plc will maintain its ‘Pitching In’ grassroots football and community funding scheme, despite the 2020/2021 season abandonment ordered by its Trident Leagues partners. The assurance comes following the decision of the Trident Leagues Isthmian, Northern Premier and Southern Leagues to prematurely conclude their seasons due to COVID-19’s impact on staging fixtures. In addition, the cancellation follows Entain making its …

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Entain makes first wave of ‘Pitching In’ community fund football grants  

Entain Plc has announced the first clubs to secure vital COVID grants through its ‘Pitching In’ grassroots scheme in partnership with the three Trident Leagues  – The Isthmian, Northern Premier and Southern League. The Pitching In programme was formed last December as a social directive of Entain’s new corporate charter, with the FTSE100 betting group establishing its new ‘Trident Community …

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Entain debuts Trident Community Foundation for grassroots football

Entain Plc, formerly known as GVC Holdings, has strengthened its ‘Pitching In’ grassroots sports investment programme by launching the ‘Trident Community Foundation’ in collaboration with regional non-league football partners of The Isthmian, Northern Premier and Southern Leagues. Working with its Trident partners, Entain has established a community foundation to provide direct funding to community-based projects, made available to 228 football …

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GVC supports grassroot sports with ‘Pitching In’ programme

GVC Holdings has launched a new ‘multi-million pound investment programme’ which will deliver financial support to grassroot sports organisations. The programme, Pitching In, will be launched with a flagship partnership with The Isthmian, Northern Premier and Southern Leagues – collectively known as The Trident Leagues – which make-up levels seven and eight of the English football league pyramid. Commenting on …

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