Sport and activity provider support
Resources and support for clubs, community groups, coaches, officials and volunteers
Promote my session or club
If you are running local sessions or a club, then you can add or update your details to the Active Partnership's activity finder.
Sport and Talented Athlete Grants
Our SportWorks team operates a Small Grants Scheme where clubs and talented individuals in the borough can apply for between £50 and £250. To apply, please send your completed application to email@example.com.
Please ensure you read the eligibility criteria and guidance notes before applying. The grant assessment panel meets on the first Monday of every month, and will inform you of the outcome of your application within 5-10 working days
Energise Me is a charity that champions physical activity for all in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. They can provide and signpost you to funding opportunities, including financial support for National Governing Body qualifications.
Local groups and networking
Eastleigh Sport and Physical Activity Alliance (SPAA)
The Eastleigh Sport and Physical Activity Alliance Advisory Board is made up of key local organisations with an invested interest in sport and physical activity within the Borough. This partnership has been formed involving key local organisations including Eastleigh Borough Council, Energise Me, Places for People, Eastleigh College, Barton Peveril College, Wildern Leisure Centre, Crestwood School, Wyvern Leisure Centre, Hamble Sports Complex Healthworks, local schools, Youth Options and local volunteers.
The Eastleigh SPAA helps to coordinate key sporting and physical activity events such as the Eastleigh Sports Awards which recognises, showcases and celebrates some of the fantastic achievements by Eastleigh’s talented athletes, dedicated players, teams, volunteers and officials.
|Naomi Stock||Chair||Eastleigh Youth and Community Trustfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Richard Wood||Secretary||Eastleigh Borough Councilemail@example.com|
|Amanda Adams||Treasurer||Eastleigh Borough Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Eastleigh Disability Leisure Access Group (EDLAG)
EDLAG consists of representatives from local clubs, organisations and authorities who have an active interest in increasing the sport and leisure opportunities available to local people with disabilities, and decreasing the barriers that currently prevent them from participating.
EDLAG aims to:
- foster and promote all sports at all levels, providing opportunities for recreation and competition, for all people with physical, learning or sensory disabilities within the Borough,
- work in conjunction with Eastleigh based centres to enable residents to access a wide range of sporting activities,
- help bring down barriers that prevent people with disabilities participating in sport by promoting better access to and awareness of leisure facilities, marketing and transport, staff training, new leisure activities and inclusion into mainstream leisure activities.
If you are interested in joining the group please email SportWorks
Eastleigh Sports Club Conference
Eastleigh Borough Council's SportWorks Team run a conference open to all local clubs in the Borough. The conference focuses on the latest and most relevant information to help clubs in the local area. Recent topics have included funding, club development planning, marketing and social media, and utilising volunteers.
Find volunteers for your sports club or become a volunteer:
Training and courses
Energise Me is a charity that champions physical activity for all in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. They run courses and events to enhance and enrich what sport and activity providers offer - from mental health to safeguarding and coaching.
Sport England - Club Matters
Club Matters is Sport England's one stop shop for sports, clubs, groups and organisations involved in the delivery of physical activity and sport. Explore workshops, the Club Improvement Tool, online modules and toolkits to reflect on your club and think about areas of improvement.