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Health & Fitness Prince William hosts screening of Heads Up FA Cup final at Sandringham Estate garden

10:20  02 august  2020
10:20  02 august  2020 Source:   ibtimes.co.uk

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The Duke of Cambridge hosted an outdoor screening of the FA Cup Final on the lawn of Sandringham House to raise the profile of his Heads Up mental health campaign.

Prince William , Duke of Cambridge has hosted an outdoor FA Cup final viewing in Sandringham today. He discussed the " Head 's Up " campaign, which promotes open discussion about mental health through the vehicle of football, and how plans for the campaign had been hampered by the

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: Prince William and Kate visit Ireland © Photo: POOL / Brian Lawless Prince William and Kate visit Ireland

Prince William hosted an outdoor screening of the Heads Up FA Cup final on Queen Elizabeth II's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk on Saturday. It was attended by former Arsenal captain Tony Adams and Chelsea soccer player Fran Kirby. It also comprised a small group of frontline workers, beneficiaries of the campaign's charity partners, local fans and Heads Up ambassadors.

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The Heads Up FA Cup Final has been named for the Duke of Cambridge's mental health campaign Prince William is hosting an outdoor screening of a soccer showcase in the English countryside. His party for about 25 people took place in an open space on Queen Elizabeth’s Sandringham estate

The Duke of Cambridge hosted an outdoor screening of the FA Cup Final on thelawn of Sandringham House to raise the profile of his Heads Up mental healthcampaign.

The game has been renamed officially in honour of mental health awareness, helping to spark a conversation on the subject.

Before the match, Prince William, 38, and England soccer manager Gareth Southgate, 49, sat down and spoke about the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the nation's mental wellbeing, and the role football can play in encouraging more people to seek support. The duo came together for the final film "Sound of Support" of the Heads Up campaign at the Sandringham Estate.

The duo met during a socially distanced visit in the gardens of the queen's estate in July. Seated in different benches, they talked about mental health.

"The idea of being able to talk about it is not a weakness. The idea of being able to be open about your emotions and fix a problem is a positive, it's a strength, not a weakness. And I think that that culture is something that we hopefully are seeing a slight shift in," said the Duke of Cambridge in the Sound of Support series.

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Instead, Aston Villa fan William hosted an outdoor screening at the Queen’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk to raise the profile of his Heads Up The prince was also joined by a small group of frontline workers, Heads Up ambassadors and William hosts FA Cup viewing party at Sandringham estate .

William spoke about the issue ahead of the Heads Up FA Cup final between Arsenal and Chelsea on Saturday, which he was watching from the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk. Speaking to the BBC, the duke also revealed how his nerves “were the worst he’s ever known them” as he watched his club

"I think there is very often this feeling 'I'm the only one, there's nowhere to go' and some of the most successful people in the world have had these issues or have problems with self-confidence, self-belief. It doesn't have to be an extreme case. There are various issues with people's mental health, that can affect how they feel or how they perform and it's making sure that we don't feel that there's a stigma for people, that it's acceptable to look for help," said Southgate.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: The visit by Prince William and his wife Kate was the first royal visit to Ireland since his grandmother Queen Elizabeth's in 2011. Photo: POOL / Brian Lawless © Photo: POOL / Brian Lawless The visit by Prince William and his wife Kate was the first royal visit to Ireland since his grandmother Queen Elizabeth's in 2011. Photo: POOL / Brian Lawless

He shared his experiences of overcoming challenges which had an impact on his mental health. Southgate expressed regret over missing the penalty at the Euro 1996 tournament.

Kit headache as Arsenal and Chelsea asked to move NHS and BLM logos .
EXCLUSIVE: In order to satisfy the request, which came from the chair of the campaign, each has had to get creative. Both clubs already have main sponsors and shirt sleeve sponsors. They also have to add a patch for FA Cup sponsors Emirates, along with patches for both the NHS and Black Lives Matter.

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