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Find out more about how our students have helped make sport happen by taking a look at our case studies!
There are a lot of misconceptions behind volunteering in sport. We don't want this to stand in your way. Take a look at Sport England's insightful article debunking the myths behind sports volunteering.
Any questions about our programme? Take a look at our FAQs!
Sport is the single biggest sector of volunteering in the UK. Every year, more than one fifth of the 15 million people who volunteer regularly, do so in sport. That's 3.2 million people in total.
It is not just spectators and players who enjoy the benefits benefit of sport; there are loads of benefits associated with sports volunteering.
Volunteering is a fantastic way for you to:
Volunteering in sport gives you the chance to:
If that is not enough motivation, on average graduates involved with sports volunteering earn around £5000 more than those that are not.
Volunteers and coaches play a vital role in community sport and without the time, enthusiasm and dedication of these volunteers, who Make Sport Happen, many clubs and sports activities would not be able to run.
Volunteering in sport is a great way to:
To find out more about current sports volunteering opportunities please visit: