Back to sport
Used to play Sport? Haven't played Sport for a while?
Get Back to Sessions are introductory sessions for those who want to start playing their sport again or want to try something new. Sessions are fun, sociable and informal and are suitable for all abilities.
Spring into action with No Strings Badminton.
Canoe England is the English home association of the British Canoe Union (BCU) & the membership body for canoeists, clubs, centres & associates within England.
Last Man Stands is the widest reaching amateur cricket league in the world, bringing together like minded individuals from all walks of life, countries, religions, sex, and races, to enjoy this wonderful format of cricket.
British Cycling and Sky have come together to inspire the nation to get on their bikes.
Sky Ride Local rides are free small, weekly community bike rides that give you a chance to get out and explore your local area. They're led by a British Cycling trained ride leader who is on hand to provide support and give you a few tips on how to improve your cycling, whatever your age or ability.
Rides vary in levels, from beginners to more experienced cyclists, so you can pick a level to suit your skills and enjoyment. Whatever level you choose, you'll be riding on safe routes, with your ride leaders. And if you haven't dusted off your bike for a while, they'll happily check it over for you.
EMDP is the lead National Governing Body (NGB) for exercise, movement and dance. It is a not for profit organisation dedicated to the development of exercise, movement and dance provision throughout England and the UK. EMDP's vision is to have 'More people enjoying good health and well-being through exercise movement and dance – for life'.
Just Play is about playing football. As simple as that.
The FA and Mars, The FA's Adult Football Partner, have made it as easy as a 'one-two' to turn up and start playing the football that best suits you: whether it's a good old-fashioned kickabout or the more competitive game, like 5 or 11 a side.
Leicestershire County Council are offering free cycling courses for adults at venues across the county.
The Leicestershire & Rutland County Golf Partnership has been established to work with the 33 affiliated clubs in Leicestershire and Rutland as well as the many ranges and smaller courses across the county.
Back to Hockey is a great way for women to exercise as part of a team with a focus on fun, fitness and friendship.
England Netball's Back to Netball provides a gentle introduction to the sport for female players over sixteen years of age.
British Orienteering 'Club Nights' are the ideal starting point for a newcomer or beginner to learn the basic skills of orienteering. The activities at club nights are fun and provide a great social atmosphere while learning new skills. Join in at your local Community O Club Night!
Rounders England is the sport's governing body in England.
Row for Gold is British Rowing's initiative to help clubs, members, events and everyone new to rowing to truly feel part of the excitement this summer.
'Explore Rowing' has introduced many new adults to the sports of rowing with a fleet of stable boats.
The Rugby Football League (RFL) is the governing body for rugby league football in Britain and Ireland. A standard rugby league game involves two teams of 13 multi-skilled players with the simple aim being to score more points than your opponents, however you now don't have to play the full version of the game to be part of this great sport. Whatever your requirements there is a version of the game that will suit you.
Rugby doesn't just mean fifteen heavyweight men crashing around in the mud anymore, that still goes on, but there are now variants of the game played across the country that will suit almost any age, shape or experience. Find your local club and get involved.
Run England is the official England Athletics recreational running project which aims to get the whole nation running.
The RYA is the national body for all forms of boating, including dinghy and yacht racing, motor and sail cruising, RIBs and sports boats, powerboat racing, windsurfing, inland cruising and narrowboats, and personal watercraft. Across the UK, clubs and centres are holding Sail for Gold events and activities to celebrate the excitement of the Games so there has never been a better time to 'have a go' at sailing or windsurfing.
The Summer of Cycling is a national campaign running between March and October 2012 which aims to encourage more people to cycle. The All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group and The Bicycle Association, alongside the force of 23 cycling organisations are aiming to double cycling this summer.
It's about encouraging everyone with an interest in cycling to share the fun and introduce just one friend, neighbour, colleague or family member to cycling.
The Summer of Cycling brings together a whole host of organisations from charities, NGOs, industry manufacturers and retailers, as well as major UK cycling event organisers. It is very much a collaborative effort, with racing organisations being able to promote the Summer of Cycling just as easily as local cycle campaign groups or cyclists like yourself.
A partnership between the BBC and British Swimming to inspire the UK to get into the water.
British Triathlon promotes excellence in our sport and creates oppurtunities for everyone to achieve their personal triathlon challenges.
Whether you've never played volleyball before and want to give it a go or you haven't played since you were at school - or on holiday - Go Spike gives you the opportunity to come and try!