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For those working in policy-making roles, StreetGames has compiled a resources section which focuses on community sport within disadvantaged communities.

Sports participation by young people living in London - From one extreme to the other

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StreetGames briefing paper

StreetGames analysed the results of Sport England’s Active People Survey 2 (APS2 2007-08) sport participation figures for young people across London and found that there are distinct variations from the national average in rates of participation.

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Sports participation by young people living in the North West – Following national trends

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StreetGames briefing paper

StreetGames analysed the results of Sport England’s Active People Survey 2 (APS2 2007-08) sport participation figures for young people across the North West, as measured by a percentage of people doing at least three sessions of sport a week, and identified that they were identical to the national average of 21.3%.

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Sports participation by young people living in London - Sports participation below national levels for London

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StreetGames research

StreetGames analysed the results of Sport England’s Active People Survey 2 (APS2 2007-08) sport participation figures for young people across London and found that there are distinct variations from the national average in rates of participation.

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Sports participation by young people living in the North East – National trends and specific difference

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StreetGames briefing paper

StreetGames analysed the results of Sport England’s Active People Survey 2 (APS2 2007-08) sport participation figures for young people across the North East, as measured by a percentage of people doing at least three sessions of sport a week, and found that it was the same as the national average. 

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Sports participation by young people living in the North East - National trends and specific difference

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StreetGames research

StreetGames analysed the results of Sport England’s Active People Survey 2 (APS2 2007-08) sport participation figures for young people across the North East, as measured by a percentage of people doing at least three sessions of sport a week, and found that it was the same as the national average. 

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Sports participation by young people living in the West Midlands - Sports participation below national levels for West Midlands

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StreetGames briefing paper

StreetGames analysed the results of Sport England’s Active People Survey 2 (APS2 2007-08) sport participation figures for young people across the West Midlands and found that rates of participation are slightly lower than the national average.

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Sports participation by young people living in the East of England – Eastern inequality between income groups

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StreetGames briefing paper

StreetGames analysed the results of Sport England’s Active People Survey 2 (APS2 2007-08) sport participation figures for young people across the East of England and found that rates of participation are similar to the national average.

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Key findings

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Sports participation by young people living in the Eastern region – Eastern inequality between income groups

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StreetGames research

StreetGames analysed the results of Sport England’s Active People Survey 2 (APS2 2007-08) sport participation figures for young people across the East of England and found that rates of participation are similar to the national average. 

View the research here »


Key findings

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