Community Work

GYTFC are a proactive community club and are always looking at ways we can support local community initiatives or good causes, ranging from raising funds for charities in a number of ways to supporting vulnerable young people.

If you have a local cause you would like to highlight please get in touch with the club secretary.

#NorfolkFootballThanksNHS Raises £4.5k for local Hospitals

#NorfolkFootballThanksNHS Raises £4.5k for local Hospitals

In these unprecedented times where nobody knows what to expect, the one thing you can expect and rely on is that GYTFC will stand up and be counted and set the tone for others. 1st Team manager Rob McCombe wanted to use the power of local football and set up a Norfolk...

Lad with Bullying

Lad with Bullying

When GYTFC were alerted to a disturbing story around the bullying of local youth Lewis, we wanted to get involved  and invited him and his family over to a game where he could be mascot and lead out the team with Skipper Aidy Ager. Lewis met all the players in the...

Harry Addy Support

Harry Addy Support

When GYTFC hear about Harry Addy from Stalham, who at just 9 years old was due to spend 6 difficult weeks undergoing pioneering treatment for Cancer in Manchester, the club just wanted to help. Quickly the players and club raised over £400.00 to provide the Family...

Jordan Sinnott Appeal

Jordan Sinnott Appeal

When Matlock Towns’ Jordan Sinnott was attacked and killed in a violent attack in January 2020, an appeal was raised to get club shirts from all over the country and then world – We were one of the first Norfolk clubs to get involved and our shirt was collected Matt...

Football First In the Community

Football First In the Community

In association with Premier Sport and the Bread Kitchen Great Yarmouth Town Football Club have started a community group aimed at all abilities called ‘Football First’.  It is a fun football project designed to build skills both on and off the pitch for 16-26...

Walk to an away game – Duo Embark on 55 mile charity walk

Walk to an away game – Duo Embark on 55 mile charity walk

 A Great Yarmouth duo battled painful blisters and sore legs to complete a gruelling challenge in which they raised £4,865 for a mental health charity. The joint managers of Great Yarmouth Town Football Club, Adam Mason and Martyn Sinclair, embarked on the...

Bloaters wear Pink to make Macmillan wink

Bloaters wear Pink to make Macmillan wink

 Great Yarmouth Town have twice worn a 3rd strip this season in an effort to visually recognise the work of a Cancer ward at James Paget Hospital. The Macmillan ward names the Louise Hamilton Centre received a cheque of £1038 from Great Yarmouth Town as a result of...