Join our team to help us transform young lives through the power of sport.

StreetGames is a fast-moving and innovative national charity with a sector-leading reputation for bringing sport and physical activity right to the doorstep of young people living in underserved communities.

Interesting in joining the team? You’ve come to the right place.

StreetGames values

We hold a set of shared values through the community of talented people who work for StreetGames. We hold each other accountable to these values and ensure that the we live our values when working with external partners and/or young people.


People are at the heart of everything we do.


We are passionate about making a difference for children and young people living in low-income, underserved communities.


We are positive in our approach to every area of our work. We back ourselves to find solutions even when things are challenging.


We are pragmatic about the approaches we need to take to tackle the inequalities for young people living in low-income, underserved communities: the world is not perfectly designed and we find a way.


We are courageous in our approach to creating change. We positively disrupt and challenge in the pursuit of our mission.

Our commitments to each other

StreetGames is a special place to work. Our workplace is a community of talented people, who work in innovative and co-productive ways. How we work together reflects a commitment we make to each other.

We are committed to:

Respecting everyone – Valuing every member of our workplace community, treating each other as equals and with kindness.

Being inclusive – Celebrating the diversity in our workplace community, valuing each others’ experiences, skills, expertise, preferences and thoughts.

Being team players – Being reliable for each other, supporting one another to achieve, and creating an environment where people feel included and empowered, are able to be creative, and are supported on their StreetGames journey.

Being collaborative – Working with others, seeking to utilise the skills and expertise of many; sharing our learning and our ideas and listening, so we achieve the best outcomes for community organisations and young people.

Learning together – Embracing critical thinking, celebrating success and encouraging challenge, whilst drawing out learning – then applying our learning, so we can make the biggest impact to young people, through Doorstep Sport, together.

Acting with integrity – Championing the highest organisational standards, being aware of our individual accountability and responsibility, doing what we say we are going to do and holding ourselves and each other to high standards.

Being agile – By being curious, thinking flexibly and creatively and seeking new opportunities, we proactively adapt and provide meaningful support when these new opportunities arise.

Being the people besides the people – Making decisions in the best interests of the community organisations and the young people we support and represent, so they reap the benefits of Doorstep Sport.

Current vacancies

Explore all of our open roles.


Digital Communications Officer

This is a unique opportunity to join a small, close-knit team and play a pivotal role in expanding StreetGames' online presence and brand. 


London and SE Sport 4 Good Development Manager

The role of London & South East Community Development Manager is central to our success as a national sports charity, working locally to support organisations to utilise the power of Doorstep Sport to improve young lives.


Volunteering and Youth Voice Manager

The role of the Volunteering and Youth Voice Manager is central to our success in developing young people directly and through the community organisations we support.


Training Academy Tutors

The role of the Training Academy Tutor is to deliver a range of the StreetGames Training Academy’s accredited & non-accredited workshops and qualifications.

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