The Albion Foundation aims to inspire young people to love sport through play and provide opportunities to teach and develop all abilities.
Almost 1,000 boys participate in The Foundation's Player Development Centres and over 50 received a trial with West Bromwich Albion.
More than 500 girls are in the grassroots programme with over 90 players representing Albion.
It's not just football the charity inspires people to enjoy.
Close to 400 basketballers are part of its grassroots programme, with 70 of those representing Albion.
The blind team won the league and cup double in 2016, with the powerchair team finishing second in the European Champions League and eight players representing their country in disability sport.
With 40 teams, The Albion Foundation provides a groundbreaking pathway to excellence where inclusivity, diversity and excellence combine to make something special.
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