Wakefield Trinity Wildcats has played an integral part in the life of the people of Wakefield and the surrounding area since its formation in 1873. Sport has the unique ability to raise the spirits and unite different ages, sexes, ethnicities and social economic groups in a shared passion.
We pride ourselves on being a community-focused club and enjoy the responsibilities we have to engage with the people of Wakefield and the surrounding area through the work of the Wakefield Community Trust. Its formation is engaging, educating and inspiring our local society.
As a club we feel that by utilising the unique engagement ability of our staff and players through the Wakefield Community Trust we can make a significant difference to the people of this district. We are excited by the opportunities we have to raise the aspirations of the people we reach through the work of the Trust.
The Wakefield Community Trust was established in 2013. The major objective of the Wakefield Wildcats Community Trust is to provide education, physical activity, and healthy lifestyle support for the children, young people and disadvantaged youth of Wakefield.
The Wildcats’ Sky Try Rugby League Programme sees the club’s community trust visit schools and delivering rugby league coaching programmes to girls and boys of various ages.Find Out More
The club’s Primary Rugby League programme aims to get more kids active and involved in the game while also teaching them new skills and is ever growing.Find Out More
The club’s Secondary Rugby League programme aims to get more secondary school girls involved in playing the game of rugby and increasing their participation in physical activity in general.Find Out More
The club’s Touch Rugby League programme is a fantastic way to get involved in playing the game, without the highly competitive and physical elements of the sport.Find Out More