Saints take part in Planet Super League

By SFC Media time Thu 25 Mar Saints Foundation

Southampton fans are set to compete in Planet Super League, the nationwide challenge inspiring families to tackle climate change.

As part of Saints Foundation’s Premier League Primary Stars programme, pupils and their families across Southampton will be signing up to the Planet Super League app to make sustainable changes to their lives, earning Saints points as they compete against other clubs.

The families will be taking part in football-related challenges, including going meat-free for a day in the Veggie Keepie Uppie and checking the home’s heating system with the Radiator Dribble.

For every challenge our families take part in, they’ll score a goal for Saints as we take on a different team in Planet Super League each week.

Through the Premier League Primary Stars programme, Saints Foundation deliver Social Action projects where pupils learn how to positively impact their community and environment, putting what they’ve learnt into practice to make a difference every day.

Find out more about how the club is making changes to reduce its impact on the environment and become more sustainable by visiting our Environment Responsibility site.

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