Clubs are becoming more professional and better organised as they improve their performance and the service they provide for members. Some clubs are keen to recruit more members and expand while others simply want to consolidate.
Whatever stage your club is at, and wherever you are aiming to be, there are many resources that can help you. Running sports www.runningsports.org supports clubs to grow and thrive. Sport England www.sportengland.org has a range of resources and information for all sports.
Volunteers are crucial to developing your club and Managing Volunteers gives you ideas on how to get the best from those who help make your club happen. If you want to develop your coaches, officials or management team click here.
The Safe Sport section of our website provides advice and guidance as well as useful resources for sports clubs and organisations regarding safe practice in sport. To find out more, please click here.
As a single, national standard, Clubmark gives sports clubs structure and direction, and recognition. It acts as a developmental tool enabling clubs to increase membership and performance. It gives parents, potential club members and schools the confidence to join your club.
In this section you will find:
For all the information on Clubmark, and how it can benefit your club.
Provides all the information on our two main courses, First Aid and Safeguarding and Protecting Children, as well as information on other courses we can run.
An introduction to Sport England’s Club Leaders programme, including the educational tools and free support available to improve the business element of your sports club.
Various ideas and information about how you can raise funds for your club.
A page dedicated to LIVING SPORT's Club of the Month. Includes sections about the club and their recent success.
Giving an understanding of what a school club link entails and the benefits it can bring to a community sports club.
This page provides a handbook with ideas and guidance for sports clubs running or hosting activities.
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