A major strand of Football Unites' work is, of course, football. Football Unites are involved in a number of initiatives to encourage young people and under-represented groups to become actively…
Football Unites, Racism Divides believes that football, as the world's most popular game, can help to bring together people from different backgrounds to play, watch and enjoy the game, and to break…
From its beginnings, FURD has taken a positive, asset based approach to building community resilience to promote community cohesion.
The U-Mix Centre, which is home to and managed by Football Unites Racism Divides (FURD) on behalf of Sheffield City Council, was officially opened on the 12th April 2013. It was the result of over ten…
FURD has been delivering youth work since its early days.
RT @EEWomensMuseum: Ethel Scott was the first Black British woman to represent #TeamGB in an international athletics competition! 🏃♀️ She…
Forgotten story of the world's first black professional footballer #ArthurWharton https://t.co/hObVV20G6d
RT @UMixSheffield: Our indoor spaces - changing rooms, dance studio, gym, recording and performance studio, IT suite, meetings and activiti…
Reminder that all our #Sheffieldhealthyholidays fun is underway for kids and young people @UMixSheffield - lots of… https://t.co/0eyfolI9gH
We've started this new women and girls' football session in partnership with @shipshapewell - Wednesdays 4-5pm in M… https://t.co/dg9yCgEXbO