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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

BBC Lifeline Appeal

StreetGames appeared on BBC One’s Lifeline Appeal on Sunday 23rd February, but if you missed it you can still watch it via the BBC’s iPlayer service.

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Author: Claire pickles

Jason Smith - Troublemaker to tutor

As a young man, Jason Smith would often find himself involved in anti-social behaviour. With local police running short on patience, and relationships at home beginning to break down, ‘Jay’ – as he’s known to friends - knew something had to change.

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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