We believe sport has a critical part to play in addressing the issues faced by those living in the poorest communities

Our Impact - Doorstep Sport

96%

the percentage of respondents who told StreetGames that Doorstep Sport had directly improved their skills

94%

the number of participants who would now consider themselves to be 'high', or 'very high' on a happiness rating index

69%

the number of respondents influenced to take part in more regular sporting activity, as a result of Doorstep Sport

#bagsofhelp

StreetGames is in the customer vote for a special centenary Bags of Help grant from Tesco and can win up to £25,000. Please support us in stores across Merseyside, Cheshire and the West Midlands.

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Author: Claire pickles

Will Booth - Mental Strength and StreetGames

Will attended the #MindOverMountain residential in November 2017 – a four-day event designed to boost participant’s mental and physical health.

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Author: Samuel Riley

News

Events

  • StreetGames Conference and Awards 2020

    Sport : Right or Privilege? Where you live and grow up determines your access to sport. It’s true, but is it fair? Is sport a ‘nice to have’, available to those who have the time, money and inclination? Or does everyone have a right to sport, whatever their circumstances? Those are the questions at the heart of this year’s conference. Don’t miss the debate! Read more

  • Skills, Thrills and Insight

    A StreetGames Fundraising Event. An evening of activity, networking and insight at the historic All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Read more