South Wales Premier charity football side. Encouraging mental health football as well as any and all other charities. Player 18+ welcome. Now part of GTFM (South Wales) Ltd - Charity Number 1111030
Operating as usual
GCFC is back! Training will resume on Monday 26th April 8pm-9pm @ Nantgwyn 3g, CF40 1HQ. New players welcome! Anyone requiring information please drop us a message 💪⚽
Gobaith Cymru FC Send a message to learn more.
THIS THURSDAY:- GTFM will be speaking exclusively to Wales’ Health Minister Vaughan Gething.
If you would like to ask a question, leave it in the comments below and we’ll do our best to ask as many as possible.
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Do you want a personalised GTFM Virtual Santa Video Greeting from Santa this Christmas 2020? If the answer is YES, then look no further this Christmas!
The GTFM Virtual Santa Greetings Team is working alongside Santa to craft personalised video greetings across Rhondda Cynon Taf and beyond this Christmas, directly from his “pinewood” studio workshop in the North Pole.
Each video greeting will be customised and personalised especially by you, for you to share with your children, family, friends, relatives, and/or colleagues for JUST £5 per Santa video greeting!
This is a perfect way to send a virtual Christmas message to all those people who are special to you this Christmas and always.
All you have to do is fill out your personalised online form at gtfm.co.uk/santa and make your £5 payment via our GTFM donation page - www.gtfmsouthwwales.enthuse.com/Donate#!/
Following the latest data from Public Health Wales, released 21/10/2020, we can now see the breakdown of cases and cases per 100,000 by areas within RCT.
Please note that the data supplied is rolling 7 days (12/10/2020 - 18/10/20). There is a lag on the area breakdown data, so will not match the daily summary published.
Whilst the Public Health Data does not provide a summary per area, we have pulled this data together to show you, as we know a lot of our listeners have been asking for this data. (Data Provided by Public Health Wales and Ward Areas (2011) as defined by the Office of National Statistics)
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It is with regret that it looks like the Charity Champions League will be cancelled completely for 2020, we were hoping for a postponement but that is looking more and more unlikely in the coming months.
To Captains/Managers/Admin of teams who have already paid deposits, please message or email [email protected] with the following information so we can match payments and sort refunds -
Team Name -
Deposit amount -
Date of payment -
Acct name paid from -
Acct details refund should be paid to -
We appreciate your patience ⚽
[03/14/20] Due to the current events GCFC are suspending all training and matches until further notice. The committee are due to review the situation on 1st April. As a charity team we have decided this due the safety of our players and members. Watch this space for further updates. We so thank you all for your support and we hope to be back soon.
news.sky.com All adults will be considered as having agreed to donate their organs, unless they have specifically stated they do not want to.
We will be coming to YOU live on Facebook over the next few weeks, building steam towards the Charity Champions League 2020.
From tomorrow 8pm join us as we discuss this years tournament with last years champions, league runners up, Green Machines Daniel Brian Elmore.
Thursday 8pm we are looking to catch up with North Wales Dragons dynamic duo Chris Roberts & Gareth Roberts.
Saturday we hope to bring you an extra special interview live before our game with Black Country Fusion, with their top bird Skye Stewart.
more to come the following week, and hopefully we can hear from Anna Louise Bates from Believe on why events like these are important to the cause.
TO ALL PARTICIPATING SIDES: keep an eye out for your VENUE PACK in your emails! #BelieveCharityChampionsLeague2020
The amazing true story of Simon Keith
One of our great sponsors Cardiff Boat has had business affected by the recent flooding. All stops and pontoons have been closed awaiting repair or cleaning and made safe. Let's hope Cardiff Council / Cyngor Caerdydd and the relevant authorities are able to sort these quickly and get these businesses running again, for the sake of them and their employees 🙏 Thinking of you Cardiff Boat team ⛴️ 🏴
Bad news yesterday from the Harbour Authority yesterday:
"The inspection has confirmed that all stops have experienced some degree of damage. As such, for safety reasons, until further notice all water bus stops and pontoon systems must remain closed. Some of the stops will require a significant amount of work to make them safe to use"
Please keep fingers crossed for us that it won't be too long - This is the scene at Taffs Mead
bbc.com Valentina Daprile lost her son when he was eight days old. She and her husband donated his organs so another child could live.
We are a family, one of our players #81s wife has started a new mobile hairdressing service, extensively trained and has only recently left a big salon In Bristol that she was directing due relocating to Wales.
If you fancy anything be sure to get Luce Anderson on the blower.
Really pleased to announce Atletico Sedgwick, who competed in last years event will be our 16th and final side competing in this years Believe Organ Donor Support Charity - Volunteer Forum Charity Champions League 2020.
They go straight into group D alongside North Wales Dragons, Still Men FC and Black Country Fusion FC
revised fixture list attached.
[02/12/20] Modelling for our boys now 😎😙📸
Loving this- GCFC, Wal Goch MOM #21 Tom Thatcher repping his @walgoch t-shirt from our game on Saturday!!
Cheers boys looks fantastic!
Liking what you see? get over to https://www.walgoch.com/shop
And pick up yours today!
We are going to do our CCL interviews PROPERLY this year!
You may get me, Ferg, Henry or one of the team having a chat all things champs prior to the event on May 23rd.
We will figure a list for chats this weekend. stay tuned!!
GCFC are please to announce that our September fixture has been filled by the amazing Supporting Charities Football Club, who will travel over on the 20/09/2020 in a fund raiser for Mind Cymru.
if you dont know much about these guys, check them out, theyre a very good Charity club!
The game will take place at the famously iconic Jenner Park Stadium in Barry!
Believe Organ Donor Support Charity Champions League 2020 23rd of May draw results:
GROUP A: FC CGI, HDB Magpies FC, Tim Trawsblaniad Cymru, Coity Nolton Brackla
GROUP B: GCFC, Mush FC, All Blacks FC, Liverpool Transplant F.C
GROUP C: AFC Yorkies, Green Machine, Cardiff Northern Old Boys South Wales Casuals League, Barry Town United Supporters
GROUP D: North Wales Dragons, Still Men FC, TBC, Black Country Fusion vs GCFC
Charity Champions League 2020 Live draw!
Live Draw tonight at 20:00 Facebook Live #CharityChampionsLeague2020 #CharityFootball #WeAreTheDaffs
Sponsor round up Feb 2020 - GTFM:
January has been super busy from the voices of Valley radio. So busy I can't say I've taken it all in.
But they continue as ever to make the Rhondda aware of all the pressing community issues.
Weather warnings, crashes, A&E issues, have all been announced through Jan, alongside some of the better events and moments happening in the area.
Sponsor round up Feb 2020 - LTP:
This girl has been rammed in Jan, and looks to that form into Feb.
If you are thinking of an inking then get involved. Simply pop on the page and request a booking that's available. Simple to pay a deposit as well.
You won't be disappointed at all.
If your a player and your looking at some ink mention it to Lauren 😉
Sponsor round up Feb 2020 - Cardiff Boat:
Awkward month for Cardiff Boat with the river not playing ball, But with the return of river flow and the 6 nations, you haven't visited Cardiff if you haven't been on the princess Katherine.shes primed, rested and ready to tour you around Cardiff, the Bay and up to the stadium in style if your watching an event
Sponsor round up Feb 2020 - Wal Goch:
Been a busy January for the Valley Boys, with the great news that the mens national side qualified for the 2020 Euros, Wal Goch have unleasehed some fanrobilia.
The original fan apparel company, created in Wales, have come up with a few new designs to get Welsh fans excited. Our favourite Baku vision 2020, sounds like a sticker.
Wal Goch have also agreed to be our MOM name for 2020.
We love these guys and if you haven't already get on their sight and sift through.
If you haven't got your scarf, hat, classic T, and hoodie sorted from Wal Goch, then quite frankly, your not ready are you?
Sponsor round up Feb 2020 - TSKF:
Looks like Mr Keith has been enjoying his January, taking it easy and reflecting, few award ceremonies, few foundation duties in Miami, looking forward to things ramping up for the rest of the year.
If you haven't heard Simon speak have a Google or check out the videos on the page.
The Simon Keith Foundation provides support to transplant recipients and promotes organ donation.
Next up GCFC travel to the Midlands to face Black Country Fusion vs GCFC (venue tbc) for our charity game raising funds for #CalmZone 29.02.2020. Squad names filling up nicely for the game. #WeAreTheDaffs #CharityFootball
Unfortunate result yesterday, great first game of our season though and showed some real promise. Great to get 3 of our new guys on the field with Davies, Morgan and Thatcher getting on the pitch. Thatcher #21 (wearing 6) being elected the @walgoch MOM for his performance for the Daffs well done Tom! #CharityFootball #WeAreTheDaffs
[02/08/20] Fantastic game today against Coity Nolton Brakla United Football Club in aid of Maggie's Swansea Cancer Care Centres, Coity brought their A game and won 5 - 1. Freezing conditions but no wind. Well done CNB 💪.
Gobaith Cymru Football Club aims to raise awareness and funds for the approximately 6,500 people across the UK waiting for an organ transplant at any time, including around 150 children and teenagers. On average 3 people a day sadly pass away in need of a transplant but unable to have one due to a shortage of organ donors. GCFC will campaign to raise awareness, as well as fundraising for worthwhile causes, who support transplant patients, survivors and their families.
Ø To support transplant survivors partaking in sport