Greenock Morton Community Trust

The Heartbeat of Inverclyde

Community Teams

Boys Team

Morton in the Community’s Micro Morton summer camp is open to boys and girls aged 2-4years old.

Girls Team  

Morton in the Community’s Mini Morton summer camp is open to boys and girls aged 4-12years old.

TEAM TALK | Morton Team Talk has helped me in many ways, ways in which I couldn’t imagine it would.

Morton Team Talk has helped me in many ways, ways in which I couldn’t imagine it would. I always found it hard to communicate with people, I always felt social awkward in how to be in groups, from large to small groups. The Team Talk group has helped me feel...

Team Talk – One Year of Talking

On the 20th May 2019 we decided to open Cappielow in order to provide a safe space from males aged 16+ to have a chance to talk and feel included. One year on we are delighted to still be offering the same space. Over the past 8 weeks this has taken a different format...

Team Talk | #APlaceToTalk

With thanks to ‘Community Response, Recovery and Resilience Fund’ (Foundation Scotland) we will continue to deliver our Team Talk project albeit in a different format. Support from Inverclyde HSCP and The Kiltwalk allowed us to launch this project in May 2019 and this...

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update 3

Tuesday 17th March 2020 As the uncertainty around COVID-19 continues, we have the following update with regards to all of our projects. At present, we have seen a cancellation of the majority of our projects through our own decision, guidance and partner information....

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Update 2 – 13th March 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Update 2 - 13th March 2020 With the most recent update from the Scottish FA with regards to the Coronavirus, we have decided to cancel all training for our community teams (boys and girls) and after school / weekend classes for the next week...

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – 13th March 2020 Greenock Morton Community Trust (GMCT), is committed to the health and safety of employees, volunteers, participants and members of the public. In response to the current concern...

Morton Girls | Specsavers Greenock

Having previously announced a new 3 year sponsorship deal with Specsavers of Greenock we recently showcased the Morton Girls’ new, bespoke strip outside the local store. Part of the agreement will see the Specsavers logo feature on all of our Girls’ strips. Morton in...

BOYS TEAMS | Celebrating Success…

On the 21st and 22nd of February, Morton in the Community hosted their annual awards evenings for the small sided teams for what will go down as another successful year for our boys’ teams. The evening was hosted by Football Project Worker, Blair Kelly who began...

TEAM TALK | My Story….

A brief outline of myself, I have been dealing with Depression and Anxiety for a period of 10 years, my personal experience, deteriorating within the last 3 years, I’ve been through a number of Doctors and CBT counsellors, and I didn’t comprehend how to use assistance...

Morton Girls – Celebrating Success…..

On Friday evening (31st January 2020), Morton in the Community hosted their annual awards evening for what will go down as a successful year for not only our girls' pathway but the girls game as a whole. The evening was hosted by Sports Project Manager Lee Mitchell...

Some photos of English opposition playing at Cappielow
1.Jim Hunter & Charlie Nicholas Arsenal
2.Mark Pickering & David Platt Aston Villa
3.Roddie McDonald & Mirandinha of Newcastle
4.@AndyRit54644344 v Notts County
@TheMortonForum @mooneyleon


A mixture of morton photos against English opposition
1. @AndyRit54644344 scoring against York 1977
2. Bobby Collins against West Brom texaco Cup 1970
3. Martin Doak against Watford 1984
4. Morton v Bradford 1986
@Morton_FC @TheMortonForum @mooneyleon @MortonCommunity

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Contact Us

We welcome you to contact us via email at, call us on 01475 731949 or by post to Greenock Morton Community Trust, Cappielow Park, Sinclair Street, Greenock, PA1 2TU

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