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We Are City

We at the Robins Foundation recognise that football is so much more than just a professional game. We strive to make the beautiful game inclusive and accessible to all, and that is where the 'We Are City' project comes in.

We Are City aims to make playing for Bristol City accessible to as many people as possible by forming associations with teams made up of groups of people who are all too frequently marginalised in society.

These teams then don the red jersey and represent Bristol City in both regional and national tournaments.

We provide our associated teams with Bristol City kits and aim to support them in any way we can, whether this be by: offering coaching, to providing assistance in hiring facilities, to raising awareness for the teams.

We are proud to currently have welcomed six teams into the Bristol City family as part of the We Are City project:

Bristol City Panthers FC

Bristol City Panthers FC

The Bristol City Panthers are Bristol City's officially affiliated LGBT+ friendly football team.

Bristol City Down Syndrome FC

Bristol City Down Syndrome FC

A football team for young people with Down Syndrome.

Bristol City Walking FC

Bristol City Walking FC

Bristol City Walking FC offers a slower paced version of the beautiful game for men & women over the age of 50.

Bristol City Frame FC

Bristol City Frame FC

Bristol City's associate team for young people who require the assistance of a frame to walk.

Bristol City Deaf FC

Bristol City Deaf FC

Bristol City Deaf FC caters for males of all footballing abilities aged 16+ from across the City of Bristol who live with hearing impairment

Bristol City Mental Health FC

Bristol City Mental Health FC

Bristol City Mental Health is a team for men and women living with mental health issues.