Trust Activities

In order to benefit as many lives in OUR community as we can, the ICT Trust run a wide variety of projects that align with our pillars of success. Click on each photo to learn more about each initiative.

Skill Schools

Skills Schools provide an opportunity to develop football skills and meet new friends whilst exercising in a safe environment.

Nessie Soccer Stars

Nursery introduction to football course is delivered by our community team to develop basic physical literacy through football!

Shot Stoppers

Our goalkeeping development class is delivered by the ICTFC Academy GK coach to develop each participants confidence in-between the sticks!

Disney Playmakers

Playmakers is a new programme we’re running with UEFA and Disney. It’s a programme for girls aged 5-8 years who are not currently playing football. It invites them to step into the magical world of Disney as they take the first step on their football journey.

Holiday 'Hotshots'

Hotshot holiday camps are for children aged between 5-12 years old. The fun-filled week will include a variety of sessions focusing on improving each child's football skills in fun and challenging ways. 

The EDP is an academy preparation programme run by the ICT Trust. The programme provides an opportunity for the most technically advanced players in the North of Scotland looking to progress to the highest level possible!. 

Birthday Parties

The community team have been delivering Birthday Parties over many years and offer various different options to the birthday boy or girl who wants to make their birthday special.

4-4-2 Reading Project

A partnership project with the SPFL Trust and local libraries to promote the 4-4-2 Reading Challenge, which will aim to inspire children aged 5-12 to read four books in exchange for match tickets.

Healthy Hearts

A project funded by Heart Research UK designed to introduce healthy living to kids in school. It is innovatively designed to track each child's reaction to exercise & diet by exploring the demands on the heart through physical activity.


GoFitba is an exciting 12-week football based health and wellbeing project for primary school kids delivered. It offers children a platform for fun, physical activity whilst educating them how they can stay active and lead a healthier lifestyle through diet and nutrition.

Para Football

The ICT Trust has been supporting Highland Disability FC by coaching their teams for numerous years. We aim to further opportunities for those within Para Football to help them reach their potential, and to help grow a stronger voice for those living with various conditions.

Volunteer Development

The heartbeat of any sporting organisation is the wonderful volunteers that support their activities. Our aim is to grow the number of volunteers across our community and fulfil the potential of every individual who gives up their valuable time in the process.

Football Fans In Training

The Football Fans in Training (FFIT) programme is a healthy living and weight loss programme. It incorporates the latest scientific approaches to weight loss, physical activity and diet.

Walking Football

Walking football has grown over the last few years and is a wonderful derivative of our beloved sport. The game has obvious health benefits, both physical and mental, tackles social isolation, helps build community cohesion and is, of course, great fun.

The ICT Trust run the Inverness edition of the nationwide initiative to help engage people living with dementia and the elderly in reminiscing about their experiences with football throughout their life. At the monthly sessions, we exchange stories with visual aids and listen to guest speakers together.

Festive Friends

When spending the festive period with few friends or family, loneliness bears down and Christmas can feel a dark time. The Festive Friends project provides a tasty Christmas lunch, the means to get there, but more importantly the companionship and support often so desperately needed for elderly, vulnerable people at this time of year.

Meet the Trustees

A group of 7 Trustees meet regularly to oversee the work of the community team and provide an effective bridge between the football club and the community. The board and joint chairs are responsible for monitoring and controlling the financial position of the organisation.   The Community Manager is responsible for the day to day operations of the trust and reports regularly to the board.

More to come!

The ICT Trust is always looking to expand it's project catalogue, so if your organisation is interested in becoming a partner to benefit our community: get in touch!