When we were all young, our parents pushed us to play sports or join a club. At the time, most of us probably thought that they believed we could be the next Olympic Athlete or Picasso, but, looking back, joining these clubs and groups was a way for us to be a part of something. Something that would allow us to feel like we belonged to something bigger than ourselves.
Left Field Football Collective is a group that is open to all minds and abilities, with football at the root of it all. Founded by Fiona Burrage and Monica Cass and branding by TheCl!ck Design, this group supports mental health awareness through the sport of the game and inclusivity. The branding system is sleek, crisp, and inclusive to everyone, which is precisely what this organization stands for.
LFFC is an all-abilities, all-minds and all-inclusive football club. And, whilst football is very much the focus, this club is about much more than kicking a ball around.
Left Field was founded by friends and football fans, Fiona Burrage and Monica Cass. It actively promotes participation for all – welcoming men and women for a laugh, a stretch, a kick and, occasionally, a socially-distanced pint. LFFC is a fully affiliated FA football club, proudly supporting mental health awareness charity, Mind.
Photography by Ryan Mason