Hello guest
Your basket is empty
Welcome to the Tigers Trust's Matchday Takeover! 
Hull City's game against West Bromwich Albion, which is to be televised on Sky Sports, will shine a light on the Tigers Trust's work around inspiring communities and engaging with over 43,000 individuals across the 21/22 season.  
The day will feature a range of different activities:  
The Tigers Trust team will distribute 16 gift boxes to schools across Hull and East Yorkshire in the build-up to the game.  
Thanks to the generosity of GIACOM, Hull City players will warm up in shirts that display the Tigers Trust logo and the text to donate appeal number.  
The matchday programme and screens around the MKM Stadium will showcase stories and statistics from the Trust's various programmes.  
The Tigers Trust's CEO Catherine Bishop will speak about the Matchday Takeover in The Circle Restaurant pre-game.  
Girls from the Tigers Trust's Premier League Kicks sessions will provide a guard of honour before the game, and then take part in some half-time entertainment too! 
Volunteers from the Tigers Trust's Match Ball Assistant programme will complete a lap of honour at half-time as a thank you for their efforts throughout the season so far. 
Inclusion is at the heart of everything that the Trust delivers, and our staff are committed to making sure that activities can be accessed and enjoyed by all. 
The 2021/22 season saw just over 43,000 children, young people and adults engage with the Trust. 
This includes 16,775 unique individuals through the Trust’s various programmes in schools and communities, and another 26,272 who accessed a range of activities at the Tigers Trust Arena. 
If you would like to donate £3 to the Tigers Trust, please text TIGERSTRUST to 70580.  
Donations to the Tigers Trust can also be made by clicking here. 
Tagged as: Matchday Takeover
Share this post:

Leave a comment: 

Our site uses cookies. For more information, see our cookie policy. Accept cookies and close
Reject cookies Manage settings