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3
Jun

The Queens Award for Voluntary Service

The BYSA had the pleasure of our very own Anwar Khattak being awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) by the Queen in 2014 and four years on the BYSA has been awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary service which is an MBE for Volunteer groups, this award is the highest that anyone can achieve for its organisation. The volunteers at

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3
Jun

BYSA Pride of Birmingham Awards

This award means a lot to me and for the organisation for the hard work, time and dedication since 2002 I had a vision then and now it’s all paid off having so many children in and out our doors, the success stories then and now, changing children lives, mentoring and educating them, covering topics of life skills, setting future

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3
Jun

BYSA Annual 2018

BYSA celebrates its 16th year at its 5th Annual Gala Charity Dinner on the 4th May 2018 at the H Suite in Birmingham with over 500 guests in attendance and selling out almost 2 months prior to the event the BYSA has been the most entertaining and recognized charity dinner fund raiser for its money. The Event has high class guests

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3
Jun

BYSA Annual 2017

The Birmingham Youth Sports Academy celebrated its 15th Year at their Annual charity dinner event at the Holiday Inn hotel on Friday 12th May 2017. Once again the event was a sell out and attracted sponsors and new faces, with over 400 guests in attendance. The BYSA had an action packed night including a 3 course meal, after dinner speakers, entertainment, an auction, raffle and awards. Distinguished guests from all over

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11
Jan

Anwar Khattak receives a British Empire Medal (BEM) for voluntary service to the Community

Mr Anwar Khattak (31) of Birmingham received a British Empire Medal (BEM) for voluntary service to the Community. Away from his day job as a busy legal representative, Anwar is the inspiring figure behind Birmingham Youth Sport Academy (BYSA), a voluntary-run organisation promoting football in a bid to keep youngsters (aged 8-18) off the streets. BYSA started out in a

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10
Jan

Girls Development

After one year successfully running of the BYSA girls football project it was our last session of 2016 on the 18th December 2016 at Saltley leisure centre. The project will return on the 8th January 2017. The project started with the help of the Saltley well-being centre offering the BYSA to expand its project and open it to the girls which

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29
Dec

Thrilling Arsenal Trip for Local Youngsters

Once again the Birmingham Youth Sports Academy (BYSA) took 40 children to Arsenal Football Club for a stadium tour & 2 training sessions at the HUB. This coaching session for kids of particular age groups aided them to understand the Arsenal way of drills, circuits, game play the arsenal way. The day consisted of corporate sponsors, guests and kids alike getting involved and

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19
Dec

BYSA Annual 2016

The Birmingham youth sports academy charity dinner on 15/4/16 @ the prestige suite in smethwick was a big success once again as to last year having after dinner speaker John Aldridge LFC legend, but that didn’t stop BYSA to have another event for its supporters and sponsors to see the great work it continues to do. This year the demand

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25
May

Stoke City FC 2014

On the 24th May 2014 the BYSA did a corporate day out for its volunteers and sponsors also in attendance were the BYSA Saturday and Sunday league teams which took part in the event starting with the two teams that were members of the BYSA and now playing at league level so it started off by a 60 minutes match

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25
Mar

BYSA Cup 2014

The tournament brought together some heavy hitters from the Birmingham business & legal community not least a team chock full of Her Majesty’s Queen’s Counsel from St Philips Barristers Chambers. The winning team were captained by Mr Taheer Afzal a European Corporate Audit Manager from SAMSUNG Electronics, a global leader in technology. Head of St Philips Barristers Kevin Hegarty QC

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