Hope Festival 2019 is on Saturday 15th June 2029 at the Brickfield Sport Ground in Devonport, Plymouth.
Hope Festival 2018 is on Saturday 18th June at the Brickfield Sport Ground in Devonport, Plymouth.
Hope Festival 2017 is on Saturday 17th June at the Brickfield Sport Ground in Devonport, Plymouth.
Hope Festival 2016 is on Saturday 18th June 2016 at the Brickfield Sport Ground in Devonport, Plymouth. Event flyer
Our 2015 was the most successful as we hosted over 1200 people. Watch the event video
We are now calling for individuals, volunteers and organisations to join us to organise the Hope Festival 2016.
Hope Festival 2015:
This year Hope Festival will be held on Saturday 13th June at the the Brickfield in Devonport ( Brickfields Sports Centre, Madden Road,Plymouth, PL1 4NE). All activities kick off at 10 am. For more information please contact us [email protected]
Hope Festival 2014:
The 2014 football festival is on Saturday 14th June.
Update: This year Football Festival will be held on Saturday 14th June at the Brickfield Sport Centre (astroturf)
We will be running three tournament for adult, under18 and under10. Contact us to request a registration form.
We are seeking partnership with organisations, community groups, volunteers help to form the festival 2014 steering group. Please contact us!
Hope Festival 2013:
Update: This year Football Festival is taking place on Saturday 15th June at the Brickfield Sport Centre (astroturf)
Adult Team: 6 A Side Tournament, please ring us on 07712418206 if you like to enter a team
Youth & Girls football: We will also have two inflatable pitches for youth and girls small sided football tournament. Please ring Liza or Clarisse on 0779208467
Hope Festival 2012:
This Year Football festival and family fun day is on Saturday 16 June.
Tournament: We are now receiving teams registrations to enter the tournament. Please contact us to request a form
Volunteering: We have various volunteering opportunities to organise the festival. If you would like to develop your skills and get some experience, please contact us.
The football festival 2012 will be held on the 16 June. We will be sending out more details. Visit our page in few weeks time to find more. Please contact us if you would like to help.
Hope Festival 2011:
Thank you to the British Red Cross and all our supporters for their contribution in organising the 2011 Festival.
We would like the wider community to be part of our annual event. Please join the 2012 festival facebook page.
Event: PLYMOUTH HOPE FOOTBALL FESTIVAL 2011
Date: Saturday 18 June 2011
Time: 10 am – 5 pm
Entry: Open to all – Tournament entry & All Activities are free
Venue: Brickfields Sports Centre, Madden Road, Devonport, Plymouth, PL1 4NE
Activities: 6 A Side Football Tournament - Art & Craft – Face painting & Kids Zone – Fire Service engine – Football taster sessions for women & kids – mini Olympic Games – community organisation stalls – Food – Bouncy Castle - Music
Transport: Free transport, Pick up point From City Centre Theatre Royal on Royal parade from 8.30am
Teams Entry & Stall Bookings: contact Recardo Mcdowell ([email protected] 07920404318)
General Info: David Feindouno ([email protected]uk/ 07588137412)
Organised By: PLYMOUTH HOPE FC, supported by the BRITISH RED CROSS
Download Poster: Here
2010: Official launch of the Plymouth Hope Football Festival
Please read about last year's fantastic inaugural event:
'The first PHFC Football Festival was run on the 10th July 2010 at Brickfields, Plymouth. The event of football and family activities was funded thanks to the Community cash Grant awarded to the club by the Devon Community Foundation. The festival was run and organised by members of Plymouth Hope FC with the fantastic support of Plymouth Guild, START, British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (BTCV), Devon and Cornwall Refugee Support and Plymouth Generations Together. Careful planning meant that the event coincided with the weekend of the World Cup final when football fever was at its greatest!
The aim of the tournament was to host an event where players and teams within Plymouth could come together to enjoy football and to provide activities for their and other local families. The 6 aside tournament catered for 16 teams, made up of local clubs and community group teams (church groups, company teams, etc). The diversity of the teams was reflected in the players who came from a wide background - locals, refugees, asylum seekers and international students. In total over 150 players turned out for a great day that resulted in victory for All Nations FC. Football was played in a good spirit, with referees provided by the Plymouth league.
Great fun was had off the pitch too, with a bouncy castle, mini-sportsday games, face painting and music to keep kids entertained. START and their volunteers took care of the catering and provided free food to all, which was delicious and thoroughly enjoyed. The event was also supported by local marquee hire company Really Good Marquees, who erected and supplied a discounted marquee.
After the trophies and medals were awarded to the winners, all players received certificates for taking part, as did the event volunteers. The first PHFC Festival was hailed a great success and was unique in achieving PHFC's wider goals of promoting recreation, community spirit and social cohesion in Plymouth. Many thanks to all involved and we look forward to a bigger and better event in 2011!'.