Local grassroots football club Brixington Blues had cause for celebration this weekend after receiving a new football kit, courtesy of the McDonald’s restaurant in Exmouth, owned by Franchisee David Shawyer.
The Under 14’s team visited the restaurant at Liverton Business Park on Saturday to be presented with their new kits which will be used for fixtures this year.
The Plymouth MAN v FAT Football league is offering a free tester session for any local men that are looking to live a lighter, fitter and healthier life.
In preparation for the start of the 2nd league men aged 16+ with a BMI over 27.5 are invited to dig out their football boots and come along and try the MAN v FAT experience for free on Monday 13th May.
The Premier League Primary Stars Kit and Equipment Scheme is offering free football kit and equipment to primary schools in an effort to inspire children to learn, engage and be active.
The programme is a national curriculum-linked education initiative that uses the appeal of the Premier League and professional football clubs, to help teachers inspire girls and boys aged 5-11 in the...
TOUMANI Diagouraga timed his first Argyle goal to perfection, netting a last-minute winner to lift the Pilgrims off the bottom of Sky Bet League One.
Toums, as he is – thankfully – known by everyone, slotted home in front of the Devonport end after the Pilgrims, who took the lead through Joel Grant early in the second half, looked like they might have to settled for a share of the...
Playing football can improve bone development in adolescent boys, new research shows.
In a study comparing adolescent footballers to swimmers, cyclists and a control group of boys not involved in regular sport, scientists at the University of Exeter found football led to significantly better bones after one year of training.
Adolescence is the key period for bone development,...