FC Brave Eagles join a host of new clubs that are starting up to satisfy the need for football activity for the diverse nature of their community. The Polish based club started in 2014 and they play in an affiliated regional Aberdeen league and also have a Futsal team that plays in the regional Futsal league.

Although quite a new club, they have really progressed and have plans to continue to grow within the local community.

FC Brave Eagles are now providing and taking part in many activities, both within the children's game as well as at an adult level. This provides a competitive platform for the players to progress and also try to increase the membership of the club on a larger scale. Coaches are going through the coach education pathway at all levels, which the club will really see the benefits of over the course of the next few years.

Also within the club children are playing in 4v4 festivals, and parents are coming along to these events and festivals. Coaches have now also created a futsal team which is competing in the regional Futsal league.

Dawid Bulanda, who heads up FC Brave Eagles, stated that Aberdeen FC Community Trust made them feel part of it all and included them within all activities. FC Brave Eagles run football on a weekly basis, supported by Scottish FA & Aberdeen Football Club Community Trust for over 70 children.

Links to the North based Diversity & Inclusion Officer and also AFC Community Trust, will help the club flourish and move in the right direction. These support mechanisms will offer a really important basis for the club moving forward and can help to create the building blocks to make the club become self-sufficient and an important part of the local football community.