Club Support and Advice
Sport Hampshire & IOW are committed to providing high quality information, training and support to local sports clubs to ensure that they can offer the best possible service to their sporting community.
Find out how Clubmark can benefit your club, access funding advice, news and current opportunities, plus general club development advice and volunteer recruitment and support. For essential volunteer and coaching training, courses, information and advice visit both Coaching Hampshire & IOW as well as SportsCoach UK.
Sport Hampshire & IOW are also dedicated to providing information and guidance on Child Protection, four downloadable leaflets have been produced to support clubs, parents, coaches and children.
If your club is looking for support with shifting the ownership of land or buildings from government organisations to your club, Sport England has created a Community Sport Asset Transfer Toolkit to help clubs tackle the complex world of asset transfer.
Sport Recreation Alliance have created a Equality Act Toolkit to provide useful advice on what you need to do and where you should look for further help with equality issues in your sport.
The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS), in partnership with Sport England have created a tool called the Inclusion Club Hub which aims to help clubs include more disabled people in their activities. This toolkit will give you ideas, methods and resources to ensure everyone has a positive club experience.
Sport England’s Club Matters website is the essential one-stop-shop for sports clubs. It provides support, learning and guidance on all aspects of running a club whether it is large, small, formal or informal. Club Matters offers free, simple and bite size support to all clubs.
Club Matters can help you to improve your club with:
- Online Support
- Club Improvement Plan
- Club Views
Sports Development Officer (Performance)