Case studies

How Sported is building the capacity of community sport and youth groups across the UK.

Dunedin Og

Developing governance structures

TAMHI

Educating young people about mental health through sport

Inspiring Grace

Engaging young males from the Burnley and Pendle area, using sport to develop their confidence, d...

Norman Whiteside Sports Facility

Bringing communities together through sport

Engage Communities

Improving social cohesion in the West Midlands

Crags Community Sport Centre

Promoting community cohesion in Edinburgh

Your Sporting Chance

Breaking the cycle of repeat offending

Birmingham Crime Diversion Scheme

Tackling gang crime through sport    

Coventrians FC

A true community football club

STARS

Creating pathways into training and employment

The Running Charity

Providing running and fitness-based initiatives to homeless young people in London

GHoPA Skills Academy

Developing employability through sport

Cast North West

There’s been a massive transition over the three years since we joined Sported.”

Greencastle Rovers FC

Offering young males positive diversionary activities

Granby Somali Women's Group

Football for BME young women in Liverpool

Yellow Wales

Combining sport with skills programmes to tackle social isolation in Bridgend

Football in the Community - Teenage Kickz

Creating safer, stronger, more respectful communities in Derry

North Down Boxing and Fitness Club

Promoting health, fitness and wellbeing in Bangor, County Down

Football for Hope, Peace and Unity

Using football to heal the wounds of war

Youth Moves

Partnering with youth clubs – using sport as a personal development tool

Megan (15)

GB team member tells us how Albert Premier Table Tennis Club changed her life

Brighton City Table Tennis Club

Measuring success using Sportworks

Cerebral Palsy United FC

Unique inclusive disability grassroots football club, exclusively for people with cerebral palsy.

Stepney Bank Stables

Helping young people grow in confidence and gain qualifications through equestrian activities

Ulster Hockey

Maintaining and increasing women and girls participation

Ardmore Cricket Club

Deepening the club's understanding of engaging women and girls.

Randalstown Ladies Hockey Club

Understanding why girls drop out & how to encourage them back

Cycling Ireland

Gaining insight into good practice on engaging women and girls

Laurelvale Cricket Club

Developing female participation at all levels

Templepatrick Cricket Club

Increasing the the number of women and girls playing, coaching and volunteering

Splitz Gymnastics Club

Attracting and retaining more women and girls into gymnastics

Sion Swifts FC

Increasing female participation by broadening the club's offer

Northern Cricket Union

Attracting more women and girls into the sport of cricket

Netball Northern Ireland

Using insight to build deeper engagement

Canoe Association of Northern Ireland

Using insight to create more tailored programmes for women and girls

Swansea Falcons

Improving health and well-being through cheerleading

TS1 Tees Valley

Bringing the community together through multi-sports

New Saints ABC

Creating a community boxing club  

Moss Side Fire Station Boxing Club

Using boxing to combat anti-social behaviour

Dorset Destroyers

Growing disability sports in Dorset

Moray Sports Foundation

Creating a fitter future for the Moray community

Holywell Town Football in the Community (FITC)

Delivering fun, safe and inclusive football opportunities

Streetz Ahead

Inspiring young people to realise their potential through dance

Ulster Rugby

Getting more young females playing from rugby across Northern Ireland

Inspiring Grace

Delivering culturally accessible sporting opportunities

Understanding Impact

Understanding the Impact of Social Change through Sport

Creative Academies

Engaging young people in the community through sport

Abraham Moss Warriors Junior Football Club

Building stronger communities through football