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With one in four people experiencing a mental health condition at some point in their life, we’re committed to tackling the stigma around mental health. And we believe sport can be a powerful mechanism for overcoming mental health issues.

In partnership with West London Mental Health Trust, our Hounslow Hawks project supports adults with mental health issues through free football sessions.

The scheme won the ‘Best Inclusive Project’ FA Community Award for encouraging participation regardless of age, sex, race or disability, and championing social inclusion schemes within the Hounslow community.

World Mental Health Day: Join us for our Talk Club this Saturday

A special meeting of the talk club for men run by Brentford FC and the Trust will take place on Saturday. The EFL and its clubs will once again come […]

Men’s Talk Club moves to face to face meetings

Following on from last month’s announcement of the ‘Mentally Healthy Football’ Declaration and the recent Heads Up FA Cup Final, the Trust would like to highlight the great work that […]

Brentford FC Community Sports Trust establish an online men’s mental health support network during Coronavirus crisis

With the government restricting all but essential movement across the UK, Brentford FC and its Community Sports Trust have created an online mental health network for Brentford fans and local […]

Brentford FC and its Community Sports Trust host mental health evening for fans at Griffin Park

Brentford FC and its Community Sports Trust hosted a special screening of the documentary “Steve” to Brentford fans and local community groups at Griffin Park on Monday. The film, which […]

Brentford FC and its Community Sports Trust will tackle the stigma around men’s mental health for Heads Up campaign

 Brentford FC and its Community Sports Trust will host a special screening of the film “Steve” to Brentford fans and local community groups on Monday 24 February at Griffin Park. […]

Residents in west London take part in mental health awareness walk for World Mental Health Day

West London NHS Trust, in partnership with Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, screened the documentary ‘Evelyn’ last Sunday at the Musical Museum in Brentford followed by a 5k mental health […]

World Mental Health Day: Brentford FC’s psychologist delivers a wellbeing workshop to young carers

Brentford FC’s psychologist, Michael Caulfield, delivered his first ever wellbeing workshop to young carers last week. The workshop, which culminated in a “Walk and Talk” around Griffin Park, provided the […]

Mental health awareness walk returns for World Mental Health Day

To mark World Mental Health Day, Brentford FC Community Sports Trust has teamed up with West London NHS Trust to deliver a mental health awareness walk along the River Thames […]

Football as therapy: Brentford FC Community Sports Trust offers free football sessions to women in west London

Brentford FC Community Sports Trust is calling all women inspired by the Lionesses success at the Women’s World Cup to join its free football sessions in Osterley. The initiative, which […]

Sergi Canos will be presented with the prestigious PFA Community Champion of the Year award at the last game of the season

Teaching Spanish at a secondary school. Advocating the importance of mental health. No, this isn’t a teacher or mental health worker, this is Sergi Canos – Brentford’s Spanish winger and […]

Brentford Sports FEST will raise awareness of mental health

Local residents are encouraged to lace-up their running shoes and take part in Brentford’s biggest sporting event – while raising awareness of mental health.   The event, which will take […]

West London derby raises awareness of mental health for charity partner Mind

Brentford FC Community Sports Trust teamed up with Brentford FC and the charity Mind to raise awareness of mental health at its game against QPR on Saturday. During half time […]

The Trust celebrates World Mental Health Day at Brentford’s training ground

Last week proved no ordinary training session for Brentford winger Sergi Canós. To mark World Mental Health Day on Wednesday 10 October, the 21-year-old Spaniard took part in a unique […]

RideLondon 2018: “I owe them so much, it was the least I could do.”

After Brentford FC Community Sports Trust supported him with his depression, Jay Reza, Finance Officer at the Trust, took part in his fourth Ride London on Sunday – raising important […]

Hundreds of People Take Part in The Brentford Challenge

Runners, families and children basked in the summer sunshine as the Mayor of Hounslow, CouncillorSamia Chaudhary, was the official starter for the Brentford Challenge. With temperatures soaring to 24 degrees, […]

Final Chance to Sign up for The Brentford Challenge

Local residents are encouraged to lace-up their running shoes and take part in Brentford’s biggest sports participation and fundraising event The event, which will take place on Sunday 24 June […]

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