Lessons of StreetGames Young Volunteers

Welcome to the Lessons of StreetGames Young Volunteers, in which we share over 12 years of learning about ‘what works’ when encouraging disadvantaged young people to volunteer and take social action. Read more

Brunel University: Sport for Better Mental Health Report

Beyond making us feel good in the moment, sport can have a longer-term impact on our wellbeing, boosting confidence and resilience and reducing the risk of developing and living with mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety. Read more

Loughborough University: Safer Together – Creating Partnerships For Positive Change (Literature Review)

This literature review informs the work StreetGames has been undertaking since 2015 to strengthen the links and relationship between the Criminal Justice and Community Sport sectors, to build evidence and understanding of how sport can play a more effective role in tackling youth crime and ASB. Read more

Empowering Coaching for Doorstep Sport - Case Study

This case study, funded by a follow-on grant by ESRC’s Impact Acceleration Account awarded to the University of Birmingham, examines the perceived impact of Empowering Coaching for Doorstep Sport (EC4DS) from the standpoint of three different groups. Read more

Fit and Fed - Summer 2018 Report

StreetGames is pleased to announce the release of the Fit and Fed summer report for 2018 - featuring fresh stats, participant feedback and handy infographics! Read more

Safe, Fit and Well - Case Study Research

Safe, Fit and Well (SFW) is a pioneering research programme that was launched by StreetGames in 2017.  It examines the hitherto largely unexplored connections between community sport and young people’s mental health and wellbeing in disadvantaged areas. Read more

Over 9,000 learners and counting!

Over 9000 learners have been through the StreetGames Activator Training. Read more

Insight into Action

The £20m Doorstep Sport Club programme was completed on time, on budget and over target. The programme ran from 2013 to 2017 in 1,000 disadvantaged neighbourhoods. Read more

Empowering Coaching For Doorstep Sport

The aim was to develop a bespoke training workshop, to train Doorstep Sport coaches to become more empowering, and assess how effective the training was for both the coaches and the young people in the sessions they deliver to. Read more

Us Girls Wales Learning

There are approximately 36,000 13-19 year old females living in poverty in Wales. The target for the Us Girls programme was to reach just under 5,000 of these women and girls. Read more

The Inactivity Time Bomb

A report showing the economic and social costs associated with physical inactivity specifically among young people in the UK. Read more

Social Return on Investment

The story of SROI evaluation. It is written in accordance with the SROI principles and its transparency is intended to provide the coaching industry (and beyond) with confidence in the results. Read more