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‘The Changing Room’ at Pittodrie: Spaces Now Available

December 2, 2021 9:17 am Author: Aberdeen FC Media Team

Picture Shows; Left to Right, Robert Nesbitt, Head of Physical Activity &Sport (SAMH), Liz Bowie,Chief Executive, Aberdeen FC Community Trust, Kevin Stewart, Minister for Mental Wellbeing,Joe Harper, former Aberdeen player, Billy Watson, Chief Executive, (SAMH) and Fiona Taylor, Operations Manager, SPFL Trust at this mornings launch event, Monday 30 August 2021©Stuart Nicol Photography, 2021


Aberdeen FC Community Trust is delighted to bring ‘The Changing Room’ to Pittodrie. This innovative 12-week-course invites men to step down from the stands and into the heart of their club, with the aim to improve mental health.

The programme targets men aged 30-64 and works to help them self-manage their own mental health whilst also giving them access to a strong support network. The course uses football, along with a variety of other activities, to explore areas that may challenge them, such as how they view themselves, think and feel.

‘The Changing Room’ is a Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) project that works in partnership with the SPFL Trust and football club charities and trusts, across Scotland. It is also funded by the global men’s health charity, Movember.

AFCCT will be running the programme for a second block, free of charge, from January to March with 12 spaces currently available.


Men aged between 30 -64

Commencing Monday 31st January (every Monday thereafter for 12 weeks)

6.30pm – 8.30pm

Legends Lounge, Richard Donald Stand, Pittodrie Stadium


To register your interest in participating in ‘The Changing Room’, please fill out this form.