Play On The Pitch Experiences20 May 2021
Recently a number of local schools have visited Boundary Park through the 'Play On The Pitch' initiative, taking part in PL Primary Stars sports day events.
New Community App Feedback Needed11 May 2021
Oldham Athletic and Oldham Athletic Community Trust are looking at working closely with local residents to create a new smartphone app project.
This is the fight for mental health!10 May 2021
This Mental Health Awareness Week, the EFL is supporting Mind to step up the fight for mental health.
EFL Clubs Collectively Awarded Project of the Year for Covid Response28 April 2021
All 72 EFL Clubs have been recognised for their collective response to the COVID-19 pandemic by being named as the recipients of the YouGov Community Project of the Year Award at the 2021 EFL...
Never Alone Survey28 April 2021
Oldham Athletic Community Trust is working towards developing a brand new community initiative, as an extention to the 'Never Alone' project, for individuals who have retired or are planning to retire...
Today's Virtual Mascots!24 April 2021
This afternoon, five Willowpark Academy students will be virtual mascots as Latics host Grimsby Town in Sky Bet League Two.
EFL Day of Action 202114 April 2021
EFL Clubs will today come together to highlight the positive impact football has in changing people’s lives and the work taking place to tackle some of society’s biggest issues.
Piergianni Awarded PFA Community Champion 2020/219 April 2021
Club Captain, Carl Piergianni has been awarded the PFA Community Champion 2020/21 for all of his work with Oldham Athletic Community Trust throughout the season.
Amnesty’s ‘Football Welcomes’ Month1 April 2021
Oldham Athletic is joining football clubs across the country in April to welcome refugees and people seeking asylum, as part of Amnesty International’s Football Welcomes campaign.
It's World Book Day!4 March 2021
To celebrate World Book Day, Oldham Athletic Community Trust (OACT) distribute 400 free books to local primary school pupils.
Tim's Fundraiser!26 February 2021
Latics supporter, Tim Greenwood, who learned to walk again after an ear infection left him with a brain injury, to run 300 miles for NorthCare Charity throughout March.