The EC1 sports project rose like a phoenix from the flames as a legacy from the EC1 ‘New Deal’ programme. The sports project has been working with hard to reach groups in south of Islington, engaging young people through various sports, including; football, basketball, cricket, girls football, badminton among others. The EC1 sports project is an example of progressive partnership working and targeted initiatives, utilising sports to engage young people through sport and physical activity.
The project runs in local youth centers, estates, parks and local leisure facilities and is aimed at young people ages 8-16. The project was recently nominated for sports islington organization of the year award 2012. The project runs a full term time programme throughout the year and also runs a sports camp during school holidays and has its own EC1 Youth football team which plays in the Camden and Islington youth league.
TopOctober Holiday Sports Programme 2015
Get Active This Half Term! Fun & Exciting coaching sessions, competitions and Sports Leadership training. Open to all abilities and delivered by qualified & DBS checked staff. Please click on the link below to download our full October holiday programme;
October Holiday Programme 2015
As part of our half term activities The Access to Sports Project will be running competitions for young people to participate in and compete for the chance to win medals and prizes. Come along with a team. Not already in a team? Come along on the day and we will find you a team!