About County

Stockport County FC has a longstanding and proud record of delivering rewarding and innovative community projects to local people. With the newly launched County Community Trust, it is the club's intention to take this record onwards and upwards to new heights by engaging even more people across the local community.

The County Community Trust is an independent registered charity (Charity number 1194114) established by Stockport County FC as the official affiliated charitable arm of the football club. Our aim is to use the local community passion for sport and football, offering a range of programmes and activities to encourage learning and promote healthy lifestyles that will make a real difference to the lives of people in our local community in providing valuable community support and outreach within the Stockport and surrounding area.



Our Aim

The CCT is a vibrant and active community organisation that aims to provide a socially inclusive community along with health and education engagement programmes, which aim to make a difference to the lives of people within our communities.

Through this provision, we aim to support children, adults, senior citizens and families across Stockport, Greater Manchester, Tameside, High Peak and East Cheshire. We want to engage and support people in our community by offering sports participation projects, social inclusion, health and wellbeing and disability provision. Through these activities we aim to extend opportunity, choice and control benefitting attendees physically, socially, and emotionally.

Having successfully achieved charitable status in 2021, the aim for the trust is now to reach even more people and increase the role we play in the local community.

The Trust offers many diverse activities that aim to provide the people in Stockport and the surrounding borough with the opportunities to participate and enjoy themselves in a fun, friendly environment.

The Trusts emphasis is placed on educating people in life skills, promoting self-esteem, respect, sportsmanship, social inclusion, and healthy active lifestyles.

For more information about the County Community Trust, please visit stockportcounty.com/community

Phone: 0161 518 7008   Email: lottery@stockportcounty.com





Every time you play you support...

Any donation enables the CCT to maintain and grow projects within the Health and Well-Being Programme by helping to fund their weekly football training venues/facility hire, tournament costs, helping to provide new sports equipment and kits, funding staffing/coaching costs and support for their Social Well-Being Programme of activities/events and refreshments.

Why everyone's a winner

The great thing about our partnership with the NYCDA Weekly Draw is that not only do you get the chance to win cash every week, the partnership allows us to raise 10s of £1000s each year for the County Community Trust to help it grow and support our Health & Wellbeing work in the local community.

Every time you play, you are helping us to engage even more people, more often across even more organisations in the borough of Stockport.


£1,000s in cash prizes every week


You could win as much as £10,000 via the Rollover prize whilst supporting your local club and its player development work.



Where do the proceeds go?

The aim of County Community Trust's Health and Well-Being Programme is to promote healthy lifestyles that will make a make a positive difference to people's lives in the local community in providing valuable community support and outreach within the Stockport and surrounding area.

We want to provide opportunities for vulnerable people to access a range of programmes and activities supporting people with disabilities, mental illness, dementia, complex needs, and vulnerable people living in loneliness and social isolation.

Our provision includes projects such as weekly football and sports coaching sessions and tournaments for children and young adults living with disabilities and mental illness, a walking football group for senior citizens and those with dementia and a weekly drop-in at the ground, County's Social Well-being Group for vulnerable people in the community.

Through these activities we aim to extend opportunity, choice and control benefitting attendees physically, socially, and emotionally.



Behind the scenes wellbeing session
Community football at Dial Park
SCFC Adults Disability Team
Walking football action
gamcare begambleaware when the fun stops, stop self exclusion form