Muddy Boot Sports to start 2019 by announcing a Charitable Partnership.

Muddy Boot Sports is very pleased to announce a new partnership with a rugby based Charity by teaming up with The Barefoot Project.

The new partnership aims to literally put Barefeet into Muddy Boots to help underpriveliged children all over the globe learn about the game and enjoy its huge benefits.

The Barefoot Project charity has already visited Kenya and Fiji in 2018 delivering used and Muddy Boots to aspiring players. Whilst in the communities distributing Boots, shirts and equipment, the team also delivered a series of coaching clinics to children in the area, these were captured on film to show what a positive impact they had.

The story of Barefoot Project visiting Kenya and Fiji in 2018

The Barefoot team intend to deliver similar benefits to young people across South Africa in 2019. To help the project Muddy Boot Sports will be setting up a netowrk of collection points for kit and supplies in the coming weeks. details will be announced in the New Year. We will be looking for Rugby Boots or Blades, must be in playable condition. Sublimated shirts, maybe last seasons u 12s shirts have been replaced with a new design? Medical bags that we can restock.

Steve Charmley, founder of Muddy Boot Sports said ” I am delighted to join up with Danny and the Barefoot Project, helping to develop the game in areas of the world who have little or no facilities is a great opportunity to put something back into the game that has given me so much pleasure.”

Danny Badham Ligairi, founder of The Barefoot Project also commented “Creating partnerships is the ambition of Barefoot Project, we are unable to reach our goals without partners. We are a non profit project one of only a few that delivers direct to those that are most in need. Muddy Boot Sports is literally helping us put feet into them. What I also believe is that with their guidance we can continue to create opportunities for youngsters who are in need of suitable and adequate footwear.”

Barefoot Project coaching clinics and delivering Muddy Boots to young people in Kenya 2018