U's players have visited over 20 primary schools
This week, Cambridge United have teamed up with beatbullying.org to support Anti-Bullying Week 2013.
Anti-Bullying week runs from Monday 18th - Friday 22nd November.
Cambridge United are proud to be supporting Anti-Bullying Week and have visited over 20 primary schools throughout last week to help give young people information and advice on bullying.
First-team players and scholars have been speaking in assemblies and classrooms to help support anti-bullying week in conjunction with www.beatbullying.org.
BeatBullying's mission is to make bullying unacceptable - for everyone, everywhere. If you're a young person aged from 11-17, you can get help right now on beatbullying.org. You can talk to young people who have experienced the same issues or get specialist advice from online counsellors.
For tomorrow's game against Woking, children and teachers from all the schools that the Club has visited have been invited to come along and watch the game from the South Stand to thank them for their support of Anti-Bullying Week. Headteachers from many of the schools Cambridge United have visited this week will be collecting their anti-bullying certificates on the pitch at half-time.
The U’s players will be warming up tomorrow in special anti bullying bibs to show the Club's support for the cause.
Tickets for the South Stand will be available outside the ticket office before tomorrows game and can also be booked online by clicking here.