Celebrating 15 years in the community in 2021
At Community Sports Network, our mission is to develop people and communities through the power of sport to contribute to a safe, shared and healthy future across Northern Ireland!
Community Sports Network is a charitable organisation established in 2006. The company has been working across Belfast for over a decade and has recently branched out across Northern Ireland using ‘sport for development’ as a way of creating positive social change in communities. We are an outcome focused organisation that is recognised by various community organisations, schools, statutory and government departments for being able to deliver projects and programmes that support people, develop new skills and help people make more informed healthy lifestyle choices. Community Sports Network support people and communities, helping to build respect, tolerance and greater recognition of cultural diversity.
“People are more confident and capable”
Between 2017-2019, Community Sports Network delivered 24 programmes aimed at Empowering People through personal development projects amongst communities and schools across Northern Ireland!
Creating Healthier Lifestyles
“People will lead longer, healthier and more active lives”
Between 2017-2019, Community Sports Network delivered 60 programmes aimed at Creating Healthier Lifestyles for all ages by delivering physical activity and nutritional awareness sessions within communities and schools across Northern Ireland!
“PEOPLE ARE BETTER CONNECTED AND BUILD BETTER RELATIONSHIPS”
Between 2017-2019, Community Sports Network delivered 31 programmes aimed at Promoting a Shared Future amongst communities and schools across Northern Ireland!
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Our Team Members
With a great blend of youth and experience throughout the team, our Sport4Development Facilitators are more than just coaches! We design all of our programmes based around our participant's needs and deliver everything from sports specifics to mental health workshops and cooking sessions!
Delivery statistics 2020-2021
*Impacted by COVID-19 restrictions*