Heads Up

The Duke of Cambridge launches the Heads Up Weekends

Today, The Duke of Cambridge launched the Heads Up Weekends. Over the 8th-9th and 15th-16th of February, every football team from across the Premier League, English Football League, The National League, The Barclays Women’s Super League, The FA Women’s Championship and The FA Women’s National League will dedicate their matches to Heads Up to highlight…

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The Duke of Cambridge takes Heads Up to Everton In The Community

On Friday 31st December, The Duke of Cambridge took Heads Up to Everton in the Community, Everton FC’s official charity, which uses the power of sport to motivate, educate, and inspire. Through much of their work, they are working to change the conversation on mental health in their community.   Alongside both some Everton first-team…

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Team England surprise #HeadsUp with a Christmas Lunch

England players, Tammy Abraham, Tyrone Mings, Nick Pope, John Stones and Harry Winks, showed their festive spirit by treating fans to a surprise Christmas dinner at St. George’s Park as part of our #HeadsUp campaign to change the conversation on mental health. The unsuspecting fans have each been impacted by mental health in different ways….

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#TakeAMinute in The Emirates FA Cup third round

This weekend, in an historic moment, all 32 fixtures in the third round of The Emirates FA Cup are kicking off one minute later than their traditional time slots. We’ve been working with Public Health England’s Every Mind Matters on a brand new film to draw attention to the simple steps we can all take…

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The Duke of Cambridge visits West Bromwich Albion FC as part of the Heads Up campaign

As part of the Heads up campaign, The Duke of Cambridge met members of West Brom’s first team to talk about some of the pressures they face as players, and the impact these challenges can often have upon their mental wellbeing. Alongside Head Coach Slaven Bilić, they will discuss the Heads Up campaign and the…

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