StreetGames is proud to be working with Britain's governing body for tennis, the LTA, as part of a three-year partnership designed to support StreetGames' work with disadvantaged young people. As the LTA's national charity partner, StreetGames will continue its work to empower young people and their communities through sport, making them healthier, safer and more successful.

The partnership, which is set to run until the end of 2021, will see the LTA helping to raise the profile of the UK’s leading sport for development charity, whilst also engaging in various fundraising activities on StreetGames’ behalf. This will include highlighting StreetGames’ work as part of national events, including the annual Fever-Tree Championships.

Scott Lloyd, Chief Executive of the LTA said “StreetGames is a brilliant charity and we are really excited about working with them over the next three years.  Their work to use sport to positively impact the lives of disadvantaged young people can make such a difference, and is a fantastic fit for the LTA and our new vision to open up tennis to anyone who wants to get involved.  We’re looking forward to introducing StreetGames and the work they do to the wider tennis family in the coming weeks and months.”

Jane Ashworth, Chief Executive of StreetGames said “Tennis forms an important part of StreetGames’ sporting offer, so we are absolutely thrilled to be announcing this new partnership with the team at the LTA. Together, we can do so much more for disadvantaged young people through sport, from teaching new skills and nurturing self-confidence, to inspiring these individuals with once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, just as we will later on this week, when dozens of young people are invited to attend the Fever Tree Championships!”