Community Trust News

  1. Ton Fans to Design and Choose New Home Kit

    Morton supporters have been handed the opportunity to both design and select the home kit that their heroes will turn out in at Cappielow next season. In May 2016, fans were presented with four bespoke designs from which the the current pin-striped hooped shirt was selected after a public poll. This was taken a step [...]

  2. Morton in the Community calls out for votes to bag a share of bag fund

    Morton in the Community is bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative. Tesco teamed up with Groundwork to launch its community funding scheme, which sees grants of £4,000, £2,000 and £1,000 – raised from carrier bag sales in Tesco stores – being awarded to local community projects. greenspace [...]

  3. GIRLS | Development Team for Season 2018

    January 2017 saw Morton’s Senior team kick off for the first time and it’s been so far so good with Laura Williamsons team sitting at the top of Scottish Woman’s Football League Division 2 – West. Due to the growth and enthusiasm surrounding Morton Girls and the senior team we have an exciting opportunity to [...]

  4. October Camp 2017 | Booking is now Live

    Booking is now live for our upcoming October Camp at Notre Dame High School. This year we have one camp based at Notre Dame with a variety of options for children to learn, progress and have lots of fun while playing the beautiful game. For more information or to book visit or call 01475 731949 [...]

  5. Greenock Morton Hockey Club Partner with Ardgowan Hospice

    Greenock Morton Hockey Club (GMHC) have developed an exciting and meaningful partnership with local charity Ardgowan Hospice. It’s hoped the partnership will increase the profile of both parties and allow both to grow and expand their networks locally. The new initiative will see GMHC team together with the Hospice in joint fundraising with all funds [...]

  6. LADIES NIGHT | Thursday’s 6pm – 8pm

    Thursday evenings at Cappielow is an opportunity for ladies to enjoy a blether, a tea or coffee and some exercise. There is one theme: ‘It’s your night.’ Ladies Night began as an aftercare project to Football Fans in Training and grew arms and legs since. Led by Laura Williamson, Morton Girls Project Worker, Gemma Stewart, [...]

  7. MORTON BOYS | Meet Ciaran

    Ciaran Donnelly plays for our 2008 and 2007 Morton Community Teams and like his team mates, is football crazy. In July, Ciaran was involved in an unfortunate cycling accident that resulted in him suffering a head and eye injury with a permanent loss of vision to his left eye. Ciaran demonstrated incredible bravery throughout his [...]

  8. POSITIVE GOALS | Leeann’s Story

    Meet Leeann O’Hagan (pictured first on right). Leeann engaged with Morton Community’s Positive Goals project in August 2016 having become unemployed after ten years in the health and beauty sector. Leeann admits confidence was low and was looking for a career change. Having discussed her circumstances and situation with her work coach at Job Centre [...]

  9. #Morton50daychallenge | £2,900.09 Raised for Charities

    This year’s #Morton50daychallenge wrapped up at Cappielow last Tuesday evening (25/7) with a 5k walk or jog around the pitch, followed up a barbeque. Fundraisers have been walking, jogging, swimming or cycling 5k a day for five of seven days per week for the last fifty days. Whilst raising money for Morton Community and charities [...]

  10. POSITIVE GOALS | Morton & River Clyde Homes Partnership

    River Clyde Homes and Morton Community have teamed up to support RCH tenants into work through Morton’s Positive Goals project. Positive Goals is designed to support job seekers on their journey back to work. Each project is 6 weeks long in which we deliver a labour market related employability programme including three aspects of qualifications: World [...]