Follow in Russell’s footsteps by supporting vital cause6 October 2020
The EFL and its Clubs will once again come together with charity partner, Mind, to collectively mark World Mental Health Day (Saturday 10 October) this year.
Dons support campaign that has a royal seal of approval27 July 2020
AFC Wimbledon have welcomed a joint Declaration from the UK football family signifying its support for building a mentally healthy environment at every level of the game, as a lasting legacy of the...
Share your stories as part of new reveal for 2020/21 season13 July 2020
The EFL and Mind today revealed new-style names and numbers for the 2020/21 campaign - and supporters are being asked to share their stories.
A vital time to have your mate’s back8 April 2020
There's never been a more important time to #HaveYourMatesBack.
Have Your Mate's Back20 December 2019
The EFL and Mind are now into a second season of their ground-breaking ‘On Your Side’ charity partnership which uses the power of football to help improve the nation’s mental health and well being.
On Your Side – Wear your club badge with pride30 September 2019
As part of the EFL’s partnership with the mental health charity Mind, bespoke ‘On Your Side’ pin badges have been produced of all EFL clubs so that fans can show their support for better mental...
Captain spreads vital message at launch event28 August 2019
Will Nightingale helped spread awareness about mental health by attending a 'Get Set to Go' launch event at Charlton Athletic's training ground in New Eltham.
A year of combining forces to tackle mental health16 May 2019
To mark Mental Health Awareness week, the EFL and Mind have put together an end of season video that highlights this important initiative.
Register today to take on the Peak District for Mind!29 March 2019
Calling all Dons! Help raise funds for Mind’s vital services, join the Mind United: Trek the Peak District challenge 2019.
Whoever you support, we support you.10 January 2019
Every year 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem. That could be hundreds of football players, and thousands of football fans.