Community Trust News

  1. MORTON BOYS & GIRLS | Racenight

    Last Friday (17th March) Morton Boys and Girls community teams held a race night to raise funds for our teams and a nominated charity. The evening, which was held at the Greenock Dockers club, was enjoyed by over one hundred and twenty of our future stars’ parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, brother and sisters. Overall the [...]

  2. STORY OF THE WEEK | Booking is now live for our Easter camp

    Our ever popular Easter Camp is just around the corner and we are delighted to announce booking is now live. We would encourage players to book today in order to secure their place and enjoy another fantastic holiday camp. All players in attendance will get the opportunity to meet new friends, improve their football skills, [...]

  3. STORY OF THE WEEK | Morton Sharing Best Practice in Europe

    Greenock Morton joined likeminded clubs from across Europe at EFDN’s ‘Life Skills Through Football’ staff exchange. The exchange was held by Vitesse Arnhem at their stunning GelreDome stadium and National Sports Centre of the Netherlands in Papendal. The aim was to enhance the quality and diversity of clubs individual programmes, with life skills as the [...]

  4. STORY OF THE WEEK | Social Enterprise Marketplace

    Tomorrow (Friday 24th Feb 2017) the Greenock Oak Mall will host the Social Enterprise Marketplace. Fourteen local organisations will showcase their products and services between the hours of 9am and 5pm. The marketplace event has been pieced together by CVS Inverclyde and comprises a number of organisations delivering services including Financial Fitness, Enterprise Childcare, Moving [...]

  5. GMAFC Fundraising

    In support of raising funds for Greenock Morton AFC (GMAFC), affiliated to St Francis church and Morton Community, we are hosting a silent auction for a signed Greenock Morton FC 2016/17 home jersey. GMAFC play in the Strathclyde Evangelical Churches League division 1 having won division 2 last season and have the Athol Division 1 cup [...]

  6. Story of the Week – Meet our Player/Coach Rachael McConnachie

    Rachael is one of the first to work her way through the player and coaching pathway with Morton Community. Rachael’s journey in football began in 2007 whilst at Stephen’s High School she attended a 6-week block, which then continued into attending community sessions. In 2008, she began competing in a 7 aside league with Port [...]

  7. Story of the Week | Positive Goals…….a Snapshot

    Since January 2015 Morton Community have been engaging job seekers and supporting their journey back to work through our flagship project Positive Goals. In partnership with DWP Job Centre Plus we primarily engage single parents and job seekers aged 25+. We have supported 54% of our participants into work or full time education within a [...]

  8. Story of the Week | Meet Laura Williamson

    Meet our Morton Girls Project Worker, Laura Williamson. Laura’s first anniversary with Morton in the Community has come and gone in a flash. We’ve taken the opportunity to have a short question and answer session with Laura, reflecting on the last year and a look back at Laura’s journey with the beautiful game. The voyage [...]

  9. Story of the Week | FFIT Returns to Cappielow

    Award winning Football Fans in Training (FFIT) returns to Morton in March 2017 as we aim to engage with twenty-five men and twenty-five women in separate programmes at Cappielow Park. The upcoming deliveries will be our fourth male and second female FFIT programmes. On average, men lose approx. 6.6kg per person and women lose approx. [...]

  10. Story of the Week | Harry & Sam sign for the ‘Ton

      Towards the end of last year, our 2007 squad naturally began trials for our elite under 11′s youth academy squad for next season. From a squad of twenty-two players, twelve progressed to the next stage of the trial, competing in seven aside matches against boys from various regions within the West of Scotland. Ten [...]