Fans For Diversity

On Saturday April 16th 2016,  Bradford Park Avenue playing in National league North in partnership with Kick It Out, The Football Supporters Federation and SCAR are hosting a fun day for children and young people from a diverse background. There will be a stadium tour... read more

New Partnership with Sharpla Fc

A new club and training center for young people as been going for about 2 years. The club provides coaching sessions by FA qualified coaches on a Saturday morning for juniors at the Beap center of Midland road Bradford next door to Bradford City football ground. SCAR... read more

New Racist incidents in Leeds

Hi All, It was recently on TV and many social media networks about incidents that happened at a junior football match in Leeds. The incident from the outside seemed to upset many of the youth partaking in this football match. Leaving the club to use the media to... read more

Referees course

SCAR in partnership with Sporting Equals and the County FA ran a referee’s course for  the BME community in the district. It was aimed at getting more individuals from an ethnic minority background into refereeing matches at grassroots level. However, some could... read more

Cancer Appeal

In June 2014 , SCAR organised a 5 a side football tournament at 5 alive, all proceeds going to the Bradford Telegraph & Argus Cancer appeal. SCAR wanted to highlight to the participants and spectators the need for regular check up for cancer, but especially... read more

Bridging The Generation Gap

At our last base at Frontline community centre, many of the elderly users were complaining of the fear of meeting some of the young people of the area. Media reports and word of mouth reports suggested the young people of the area were criminals waiting to happen.... read more


With the influx of new migrants to Britain. Bradford saw a visible increase in many members of our community. SCAR decided to host a  7 a side mini world cup at Manningham Mills Sports & Community Association. The criteria for entering a team was either you or... read more


After the riots of 2001 and after several meetings with the police and council officials the community was split with different people(ethnicity) claiming other members of our community was to blame for the riots.  Discussions with the police was ongoing and a growing... read more