More than a game

The Premier League recently launched its “More than a game” campaign to showcase how its wide-ranging investment into all levels of football enables people connected to Clubs to have a positive impact on their local communities.

Clubs across the Premier League, EFL and The National League are naming a Community Captain, somebody at the heart of their Premier League-funded programmes who deserves recognition for their commitment and contribution to the game and society.

Premier League success means unprecedented financial support is distributed across the Leagues in England and Wales, from grassroots to professional football, across both the Men’s and Women’s game.

Between 2022 and 2025, the Premier League has committed £1.6billion of investment for wider football and communities. The League invests in community projects run by 164 professional and non-league clubs, supporting people of all ages who need it most through focused initiatives and programmes targeting local needs.

Kelly Jobber

Week in, week out, Kelly is supportive to the Club’s needs and has been an excellent volunteer for many years.

From Boardroom Hospitality and being the smiley, welcoming face on Men’s Match Days, she has also been an integral part of the Women’s setup.

Responsible for the smooth running of the Women’s Match Days and the endless behind the scenes administrative duties, Kelly has also been incredibly meticulous in all her volunteer work for the Community Trust.

Everyone needs a ‘Kelly’ and we are forever grateful to have her in our Club.

Congratulations Kelly and thank you!

L-R: Director Phil Martin, Kelly Jobber, Chairman Simon Gardener