Biggin Hill win Primary Schools Football Tournament +

2nd May 2017

On Tuesday 25th April, we played host to a Primary Schools Football Tournament at the KCOM Stadium Astro Pitches. 


We invited 9 teams from: Bilton Primary School, Brough Primary School, Brandesburton Primary School, Burlington Junior School, Eastfield, Francis Askew Primary School, Walkington Primary School, Biggin Hill Primary School and St.James Church of England Primary School. 

All teams played very well and showed a high level of sportsmanship towards other partcipants. But it came down to Bilton Primary School and Biggin Hill Primary School in the final, which resulted in a 0-0 draw. 

Consequently, both teams had to endure a penatly shoot out, which saw Biggin Hill win victory with 3 goals being shot past the keeper!

We would like to thank all schools for taking part, and if you would like more information on how your school can get involved with Tigers Trust and the Premier League Primary Stars programme, please contact 

Will Keane and Shaun Maloney go back to school with Premier League Primary Stars +

3rd May 2017

Hull City player’s Will Keane and Shaun Maloney visited Westfield Primary School to mark the recent launch of Premier League Primary Stars, the Premier League’s new national curriculum-linked education programme.


Premier League Primary Stars uses the appeal of the Premier League and professional football clubs to inspire children to learn, be active and develop important life skills.

Keane and Maloney joined pupils and teachers for a Premier League Primary Stars PHSE lesson that was being delivered by Tigers Trust, PL Primary Stars Coordinator, Richard Dexter.


While they were there, the two players, helped launch the Premier League Primary Stars Kit and Equipment scheme. Teachers can apply for the chance to receive free football strips or equipment for their school by registering for the programme at Parents can also nominate their school via the Premier League Primary Stars website. This year’s application window opens from 24 April – 9 June.


The Premier League Primary Stars Kit and Equipment Scheme will allow teachers the opportunity to get their hands on a full team kit or a range of useful equipment that can be used for different subject areas.


Premier League Primary Stars offers free downloadable resources for teachers across Key Stages 1 and 2 in English, Maths, PE and PSHE. The easy-to-use materials have been developed in partnership with education organisations including the National Literacy Trust and the PSHE Association. Countdown TV presenter and mathematician Rachel Riley and children’s authors Cressida Cowell and Dan Freedman also helped to create the teaching resources, which use real life sport examples to put lessons into a relevant engaging context for children. This content adds to the existing support professional football clubs provide to primary schools and their local communities.


Hull City is one of 88 Premier League, English Football League and National League clubs in England and Wales which provides in-school support through Premier League Primary Stars. This is the Premier League’s most ambitious community programme to date and aims to support 10,000 primary schools by 2019.


Hull City midfielder Shaun Maloney spoke during his visit to the school and said: “It was great to go back to school, at least for one day and experience it from another perspective. All these kids I’ve met today have a bright future ahead of them and I’m really happy and proud to be involved in Premier League Primary Stars. It’s such a great initiative for our local community and fans and I’d encourage all schools and parents to get involved.”


Gemma Garnett, ‎Partnership Development Officer at Tigers Sport and Education Trust, also commented about the initiative: “It’s been a fantastic event today at the Westfield Primary School. We’ve been able to showcase a programme that we’re all really excited to be a part of and which encourages children to learn and to help make their education relevant to the world around them.”


Sam Hickey, Head Teacher at Westfield Primary School said: “"Westfield has been involved with Tigers Trust for a number of years and has developed a really close working relationship. As a school we are keen to develop and raise the profile of sport and encourage pupils to understand the values of sportsmanship.

The PL Primary Stars programme has provided the school with fantastic coaching sessions, staff training, PHSE sessions, whole school assemblies and a vast range of tournaments. Our Y3 pupils are really excited about their forthcoming stadium tour and the whole school thoroughly enjoyed the recent player visit.

The programme really inspires our youngsters and brings the relationship between club, players and the community ever closer."


Richard Scudamore, Executive Chairman, Premier League added: “Premier League Primary Stars uses the power and popularity of football to inspire children to enjoy English, Maths and a range of other subjects. Our clubs are already doing great work in this area and it is fantastic to see players visiting local schools to support the programme and encourage learning.”


The football kit package includes: 14 football shirts, 1 goalkeeper shirt, 15 pairs of shorts and 15 pairs of socks.


The equipment package includes: a roller bag, bibs, training balls, pop-up goals, a whistle, a ball pump, a captain's armband, hoops, cones, bean bags, giant dice and floor markers.


The Premier League Primary Stars Kit and Equipment scheme is supported by Nike and delivered by the Football Foundation.


Register for the Premier League Primary Stars programme on and for more details on our PL Primary Stars programme, please click on our Juniors section or email 

Tigers Trust Match Day +

22nd February 2017

The Tigers Trust will host its first Matchday at the KCOM Stadium when the Tigers take on Burnley on Saturday.

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The event will celebrate the work we do in the community and will raise funds and awareness to continue to create life-changing opportunities for children, young people, adults and individuals with disabilities in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire.

The day will see a number of fundraising initiatives and activities taking place around the stadium, showcasing an array of the Trust’s projects. Pre-match there will be a free football session open to children aged 4-12 years at the Airco Arena which takes place from 1pm-2.30pm. Then, on the walk-up to the stadium, supporters can challenge a football freestyler outside the ground!

The Trust is also inviting along 100 of their participants from its various programmes to come and watch the Tigers in Premier League action.

At half-time, Dean Windass will be dusting down his boots and joining in with the Over 50s Walking Football group and the Down Syndrome Active group will do a lap of the pitch with Roary and Amber too!

John Davies, Trust Manager, said:

“We really appreciate the opportunity given to us by the Club and all funds raised from the Tigers Trust Matchday will go towards continuing our vital work within the community. The Trust has developed massively over the last 27 years  and some people might not know the full extent of what we do, so it’s great to get an opportunity like this and to show that the Trust is not just football focused; we help get adults back in to employment, help support local refugees, take away hundreds of teenagers on residential trips, have several disability projects and have our own Education department too, and we want to continue making a difference in the local community!”

For information on how you can support us and get involved in our work,  please email


Partnership with ER Electric Eels +

2nd February 2017

We have set up a partnership to support the East Riding Electric Eel’s Powerchair Football Club.


Our apprentice's will be attending the club’s training sessions to help support the group and it's also a great opportunity for our apprentice coaches to learn more about Powerchair football.

Also, with the help of the Wheel Chair Football Association, we are putting on powerchair football coaching courses and organising training camps during the school holidays to help bring in new players and allow the club to keep growing.

The first camp has been booked at Sirius West Academy Sports Hall on:

Weds 12th April, 11am-3pm

Weds 19th April, 11am-3pm

£5 per session and open to all!

For more information or to book your place, please contact

Education Open Day- Sat 4th March +

26th January 2017

We are holding an Education Open Day on Saturday 4th March 2017 at the Tigers Trust Offices, Airco Arena, West Park.


The event will run from 2-4pm and will give prospective students and parents/guardians, the opportunity to meet our staff, find out more information on our programmes and ask any questions. We will also be putting on a practical session for any students that wish to participate!

Visit the Education section of our website to have a look at the courses we will be offering from September 2017.

To express an interest in our education courses or for more information, please email