Five Saddlers players are acting as Player Ambassadors for the 2020/21 season.
Continuing Walsall FC’s and the PFA’s commitment to player engagement, the first-team squad take part in a number of player engagements throughout the year.
While visits in person have been affected due to Covid-19, the club are still committed to regular engagement with the community.
Our ambassadors for this season are James Clarke (Community), Josh Gordon (Health), Tom Leak (Education), Hayden White (Inclusion) and Liam Roberts (Equality and Disabilities).
Co-ordinated by Walsall FC Community Programme and the PFA, the players support various community activities including school and local projects.
The Saddlers have continued to back these initiatives virtually during the pandemic, taking time out to make phone calls, film video messages, and join Zoom chats with local people.
The PFA are strong supporters of community schemes up and down the country, and work closely with clubs and players to use the power of football for good causes.
Community Director Adam Davy said: “The ambassadors’ role will be to promote our key themes in the Walsall community.
“Walsall FC is proud to be recognised as a ‘community club’ and we are always pleased to have the players supporting our work.”