On Friday 3 February, RuTC’s (Richmond upon Thames College) Supported Learning students won the Supported Learning Football League.
The Supported Learning Football League is hosted by Brentford Community Sports Trust.
However, this year the finale tournament took place at West Thames College, where RuTC’s team played 4 group stage games against West Thames College and Burlington House.
The team finished second in the table, which saw them progress to the final of the tournament against West Thames.
The RuTC team worked hard for their win, training each Friday and working hard to make sure they were at the top of their game.
The team won the final with an excellent 2-0 win and deservedly lifted the trophy after playing fantastic football throughout the tournament.
Following their win, the team have been invited to play a match for the Brentford Community Sports Trust team as they face off against the Leicester City Community Sports Trust team on 18th March, after playing this match, the team will be watching the Brentford vs Leicester premier league fixture at the Brentford Community stadium.
Supported Learning teacher, Ryan Beard is thrilled at how well the team performed on the day, explaining 'I am very proud of the team and the way they carried themselves throughout the tournament. They have been working very hard in training and all their hard work has paid off".
Learn more about our Supported Learning Programme here - Richmond upon Thames College | Top Academic and Vocational London College | Supported Learning (rutc.ac.uk)