Community

October 11, 2018

Inverness Caledonian Thistle are delighted that three club employees have completed Mental Health First Aid training. David MacFadyen, Head Physiotherapist, Chaplain Rev. Hugh Watt and, Community Coach, Scott Ross have completed the Mental Health First Aid training as run by the Chris Mitchell Foundation and SPFL Trust. The courses are free to attend and the…

March 14, 2018

Local school children from Cauldeen and Dalneigh Primary Schools will have the opportunity to participate in an exciting, brand new 12 week community project delivered by The Scottish Football Partnership Trust and Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C..  The GoFitba project is co-funded by The SFP Trust, The UEFA Foundation for Children and The Kilpatrick Fraser Charitable…

February 6, 2018

ICTFC, the SPFL Trust and Scottish Book Trust have teamed up to launch a pioneering pilot project, which aims to encourage kids to read.  The ICT Community Team is working in partnership with 14 SPFL clubs and local libraries, to deliver the 4-4-2 Reading Challenge which aims to inspire children aged 5-12 to read four…

December 22, 2017

Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC held their 3rd Annual Festive Friends dinner at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium on Wednesday 20th December. The initiative, which is held in partnership with the SPFL Trust, is also hosted at many football clubs across Scotland and is designed to bring together socially isolated older people to enjoy a free Christmas meal,…

December 14, 2017

Festive Friends In Partnership with The Scottish Professional Football League Trust are set to become, for the 3rd year running, ‘Festive Friends’ to socially isolated older people within our community. In another powerful demonstration of the positive impact football can make in local communities, socially isolated older people have been invited to Tulloch Caledonian stadium to enjoy…

December 8, 2017

CTFC chairman Graham Rae is the latest convert to walking football.  The Chairman took an invitational team to Hilton Community Centre to play in the weekly sessions run by the club’s community team. Graham was joined by his former school pals, Davie Milroy, the former Inverness Thistle captain, and Billy Urquhart, the former Caledonian and Rangers striker, as well…

November 23, 2017

Scottish Parliament Presiding Officer’s Challenge to ICTFC Walking Footballers We were delighted to recently host a visit of Ken Mackintosh, the Presiding Officer (Speaker) of the Scottish Parliament, who joined in the weekly walking football session run by our CommunityCoaches for predominantly over 55s. Ken was presented with a personalised ICT top for the session at…

November 20, 2017

Football Memories is a partnership between Alzheimer Scotland and the Scottish FA and supports people living with dementia through their local football clubs. Using the football club and football memorabilia we look to have a positive impact on people’s lives across the local community and our group not only helps those living with dementia it is open to anyone who wants to come along and share…

September 19, 2017

ICTFC Family Fun Day Last Sunday we hosted an open day at the stadium where we had a variety of fun activities and an open first team training session for all supporters to come along and enjoy with the opportunity to sample a new selection of matchday cuisine; the day went down a hit with the…

August 24, 2017

Everyone at the club are so proud of Team Highlands fantastic efforts at the GB Special Olympics in Sheffield last week.  Community Coach Chris Cameron who was part of the football team had a very memorable time in what was his third time competing.  Chris picked up along with his footballing teammates a Silver medal having been…