Our Get Active search engine at the bottom of this page is a tool that anyone can use to find out about local opportunities to take part in sport.
So if you want to find a club near you so you can take part or volunteer in sport, please check out the Get Active section below.
If your club is not featured on our Get Active directory or the details are out of date, please use the 'Add your Activity/Club or Venue' button to update/amend your details. Your club details will then be accessible by the users of this website.
Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport offers support to community sports clubs to help them achieve CLUBMARK.
CLUBMARK is a cross sport quality accreditation scheme for sports clubs with junior sections and was introduced by Sport England in 2002. The purpose of the CLUBMARK scheme is to:
- Support clubs become stronger and apply sound management principles.
- Ensure that accrediting partners apply core common criteria to ensure that consistent good practice and minimum operating standards are delivered through all club development and accreditation schemes.
- Empower parents and carers when choosing a club for their children.
- Ensure that CLUBMARK clubs are recognised through a common approach to branding.
For more details on ClubMark please click on the link below.
Club Leaders is part of the Olympic Legacy programme, Places People Play, and provides free training and support to those doing the day-to-day running of community sport, helping create a robust, economically sustainable and enterprising club network.
Club Leaders is being delivered by Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) who are working with Sport England to help improve business skills in sports clubs by bringing their knowledge and experience to the programme
Providing training and support to those doing the day-to-day running of community sport, Club Leaders will help create a robust, economically sustainable and enterprising club network. The aim of this project is to help people develop their business skills so that they are better able to assist their clubs realise their full potential, recognising that leading a sports club can be a challenge - particularly in the current economic climate.
For more information visit www.sportenglandclubleaders.com/