American football is an adapted non-kitted version of the NFL game. Known as Flag Football, it is a safe, non-contact version that schools all around the world take part in, designed to suit all abilities.
Archery is a sport suitable for all, regardless of age, gender, or disability. It promotes an active lifestyle by improving strength, mental focus, coordination, patience, and self-confidence.
Athletics is a fully inclusive, year-round sport which covers a collection of running, jumping, throwing, and other athletics events.
Badminton has many popular age-specific programmes that welcome you onto court, regardless of age or ability, guaranteeing a fun experience.
A non-contact sport played on a rectangular court. Opposing teams of five players attempt to score points by shooting a ball into a hoop at the end of the court they are attacking.
A game of precision, skill, and tactics - get your ball as close to a white target ball as possible. Boccia is played by people of all ages and disabilities.
A game played between individuals or teams within a defined playing area. Players try to outscore each other by rolling bowls towards the jack. The team with their bowls closest to the jack at the end win the points.
A combat sport fought by two combatants wearing gloves. The amateur version of the sport also involves athletes wearing protective headgear. The concept of ‘prize-fighting’ originated in Great Britain and the United States.
A water-based sport which involves paddling with a single-bladed paddle. A canoe bears some resemblance to a kayak, but there are several differences between the two sports, with kayaking involving two blades and a different technique.
Cricket is a team sport which provides children and young people with a variety of skills needed to develop a lifelong love of sport and physical activity. It is fun, inclusive, and the sport provides a wealth of opportunities to take part.
Sport cycling involves the racing of bicycles – either on a track or on outdoor terrain, with different variations suiting different styles of racer. Some racers will also compete over a multitude of different formats, known as an omnium.
Dance can be enjoyed as a physical activity and performing art. Street Dance, which originated on the streets of America, is an accessible form of dance that is growing extremely popular for young people thanks to TV, films, music, and social media.
Dodgeball is a team game in which players must dodge or catch balls thrown by the opposition whilst attempting to strike their opponents in the same way. The game has rapidly grown in popularity over the last decade, particularly among schools.
Equestrian involves horse riding as a competitive sport, as seen in various formats across the Olympic and Paralympic Games. It includes dressage, jumping, and eventing. Equestrian is also part of the modern pentathlon, first contested in 1912.
A combat sport in which two competitors fight using rapier-style swords, using either the foil, the epee, or the sabre. Based on traditional skills of swordsmanship, the modern sport was born at the end of the 19th century in Western Europe.
The national sport is an invasion game, traditionally played between two teams of eleven players, but can also be played in other formats such as 5v5, 7v7, and 9v9. The game was born in England but has since become the most played sport in the world.
Goalball is a unique Paralympic team sport for visually impaired players. However, in the UK, anyone can play as everyone wears eye shades. Instead of using sight, you listen for the audible ball and feel for the tactile court.
Golf is a club and ball sport in which players hit a small ball into a series of holes on a course, in as few shots as possible. A traditional game of golf is played out over an 18 hole course, either as individuals or in a team.
Gymnastics has a variety of disciplines to offer including trampolining catering to a wide range of participants. Through working together, learning skills and developing fundamental movements, gymnastics is a demonstrated foundation sport for all.
A team sport in which two teams of seven players pass a ball using their hands, with the aim of throwing it into the goal of the other team. It came to prominence in Scandinavia and Germany in the late 19th century before expanding across Europe.