The latest news and blogs from StreetGames and our network


Activity levels and affluence: why it matters

Our CEO Mark Lawrie blogs about the findings of the latest Sport England Active Lives Children and Young People's survey.


StreetGames wins Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Volunteering Award

StreetGames has been announced as one of the 20 national charities receiving the award, which recognises outstanding work empowering and supporting 16-25 year olds across the UK.


The benefits of yoga for young people

We have been working in partnership with Yoginis Training Ltd to devise and deliver a 6-week programme of yoga and mindfulness aimed specifically at young people.


Creating memories from a summer of sport

Our CEO, Mark Lawrie, blogs about the challenges that the summer holidays can bring for young people living in underserved communities, and the positive impact of our #Inspiration2022 campaign.


How sport can inspire future generations

Hear from our CEO Mark Lawrie on how #Inspiration2022 helps StreetGames to achieve our mission of a year-round multisport offer in low-income, underserved communities.


600 young people brought together for Festival of Sport

More than 600 children and young people filled the Copper Box Arena at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for StreetGames and London Youth’s Summer of Sport Festival which took place on Thursday 25th August.


The power of sport in preventing youth crime and anti-social behaviour

StreetGames knows that sport is about far more than physical fitness. We believe that community sport, delivered in the right way, can have a transformational impact on young people’s lives and the communities they live in.


Chiles Webster Batson Commission on Sport and Low-Income Neighbourhoods

Our CEO Mark Lawrie joined with partners and sport for development organisations from across the country in the House of Lords to celebrate the publication of the final report of the Chiles Webster Batson Commission on Sport and Low Income Neighbourhoods.


New sports fund to tackle youth crime

Thousands of young people at risk of becoming involved in crime will be put back on the right track thanks to a new £5 million fund for crime-cutting sports schemes.

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