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The Supporters Club is BT Sport’s charitable initiative. The fund is managed by Comic Relief.

Comic Relief is a UK registered company limited by guarantee and a charity registered with the Charity Commission in England and Wales (326568) and with OSCR in Scotland (SCO39730). Comic Relief is a grant making organisation and does not run its own projects. Comic Relief is managing The Supporters Club fund and these grants have to adhere to the same principles and procedures as all its other grants.

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The Tottenham Foundation

LEDLEY KING AND DAVID GINOLA LAUNCH NEW FOUNDATION PROJECT FOR CHILDREN IN CARE


Tottenham Hotspur Foundation to launch new project, To Care Is To Do, following funding secured from The Supporters Club and the Premier League. Former skipper and Club ambassador Ledley King joined former Spurs team-mate and BT Sport football analyst David Ginola at Bruce Grove Youth Centre where the announcement was made. Both Ledley and David spent time speaking to participants, finding out about the life changing opportunities the Foundation has delivered to vulnerable young people in the local community through its projects.

WTA and the supporters Cub school visit

Elena Vesnina and BT Sport's charity Mascot ‘The Cub’ visit Pevensey and Westham School during Eastbourne 2014


Elena answered pupil questions on all aspects of being a professional athlete, including the vital “are you allowed chocolate”! Elena and the Cub had fun with the pupils who raised funds for BT Sport's charity The Supporters Club

The Supporters Club is BT’s initiative that aims to build a better world by bringing people together through sport. We work with Comic Relief to invest money raised by BT Sport customers in fantastic charitable projects both in the UK and overseas.

The Supporters Club and StarCards at the Street Child World Cup Rio 2014

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