A Sporting Chance

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A Sporting Chance (ASC) focuses on championing and empowering disadvantaged young people in Cumbria through the power of sport.

Interested in joining?

If you have a passion for sport and pride in your local community. If you are between 16-25 years old, this project could be just the thing for you. Get in touch by completing the contact form at the bottom of the page or if you want to talk to Ben call him on 01900 603131

Interested in finding out more about A Sporting Chance?

In the last two years we piloted this programme in Allerdale, Copeland and Carlisle (see case studies) with remarkable results for the young people. The young people who take part are at risk of dropping out of school and becoming disengaged and disaffected or they are unemployed and not engaged in learning.

The programme uses sport as the hook to get them involved and motivated. When recruited the young people undertake a voluntary sports placement within their local community. They positively contribute within their local community whilst gaining qualifications and improving their employability. The programme works on the ethos of put something in and get something back.

 

Barry Loan Case study

A SPORTING CHANCE – COACHING KESWICK Barry Loan from Keswick School becomes one of the youngest qualified FA Level One coaches when he received his certificate on his 16th birthday. Barry was referred to Cumbria Youth Alliance in February 2016. He was given the opportunity for additional support to ensure he considered options when he takes the next steps, when he finishes school. He is passionate about football and has ambitions to become a Football Coach so Barry joined Cumbria Youth Alliances’ programme “A Sporting Chance”. The school and the team behind A Sporting Chance felt that Barry and other ...
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Martyn Rossi Case Study

Martyn Rossi grew up in Salterbeck and identified a need in the local community to develop sporting opportunities for young people in the area. He visited the Oval Centre in Salterbeck, Cumberland FA and contacted Denise Rollo at Allerdale Borough Council looking for advice. A few weeks later Salterbeck Football Club was founded with a fully fledged committee. However, things were never going to be straight forward for Martyn. The Cumberland FA could not affiliate Martyn’s club and advised him to run some open days to gauge the level of interest. Martyn set about advertising the club by designing posters ...
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