We are a club nobody wants to be a part of, but there are people out there who have suffered baby loss, miscarriages and loss of a child who do not have the support they may need.
We have the intention of meeting up once a week to “train” and play other Sands teams from across the country once a month or so. There are 30+ teams dotted around the UK, but we are the only one in Wales.
If you know someone who has suffered and would like to get involved please direct them to us. They do not even have to like football. There is a ‘Contact us’ section on the website
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Sands United FC is a unique way for dads and other bereaved family members to come together through a shared love of sport and find a support network where they can feel at ease talking about their grief when they’re ready.
Heath Park Rangers is always looking for new players to join our teams, and at the moment there are especially opportunities for new (or potential) Goal Keepers in our under 13s (year 8 and under 15s (year 10) teams.
We are committed to enhancing training opportunities for our keepers in conjunction with South Wales Goalkeeper Centre, so if you know anyone who would be interested in a no obligation try out with our friendly club, send us a Facebook message or email HPRSecretary@hotmail.com
Although many of our teams are full, there may also be opportunities for new players (& potential coaches) in other age groups, so send us a message and we’ll be in touch.
Congratulations to former Heath Park Rangers player Tom Davies making his first competitive appearance for Cardiff City tonight. To round off a fantastic debut, he played the full 90 minutes and got an assist for the winning goal. Congratulations Tom, everyone at HPR are very proud of you 👏👏👏👏👏.