Sport NI launches funding opportunity with Building Better Sports Facilities programme

Sports facilities across Northern Ireland will get a welcome boost following the launch of a new programme by Sport NI.   Funded by the Department for Communities, the £700k ‘Building Better Sports Facilities’ programme will invest in sports facilities to deliver increased, inclusive and safe sustained participation in sport. The programme is open from 9am…Continue reading this article →

Project Re-Boot: Activate Launched

Introduction Sport NI are pleased to launch Project Re – Boot: Activate, the second strand of Build Back Better! This strand will focus on Crowd Funding, we understand that Crowdfunding will be a new concept to applicants, so here are some things should think about before applying to the Project Re-Boot Activate programme. Make sure…Continue reading this article →

Continued Return of Spectators to Sport

As numbers of sporting events continue to rise in the days and weeks ahead, it is worth reminding organisers of the current situation with regards to regulations and advice.  This information, including a letter to sports form the Minister for Communities, is included on the Return to Sport section of the Sport NI website (http://www.sportni.net/return-to-sport/) If…Continue reading this article →

Hope United highlights inclusion for all in sport

  The recent Hope United football match at Seaview (Crusaders Football Club) was an excellent celebration of inclusion and the power of sport to unite people. A fantastic atmosphere from start to finish, the excitement was heightened by the involvement of Rio Ferdinand and many other sporting legends supporting the event. The competitive match saw…Continue reading this article →

Covid-19 Survey – One Year On

Covid-19 Survey – One Year On Sporting System Survey to Consider COVID-19 Related Need  Opened on Wednesday 21st July 2021 Closes at Midnight on Wednesday 18th August 2021   What is the purpose of the new COVID-19 Survey that Sport NI is undertaking? Just over a year ago, Sport NI completed a survey of the sports sector to help understand…Continue reading this article →

Daily Olympic Update – Day 14

Morning report from Team Ireland on Day 14 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games AUGUST 6th, 2021: The third round of the Women’s Individual Stroke Play got underway in Tokyo with Stephanie Meadow currently placed well inside the top 20, with the remaining day’s play still to be completed. It was a day of mixed fortunes…Continue reading this article →

Daily Olympic Update – Day 13

Morning report from Team Ireland on Day 13 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games AUGUST 5th, 2021: Stephanie Meadow was first to hit the course this morning, beginning her round on 1-over par after an opening 72 yesterday. A bogey on the par 3 10th was followed by birdies on the 14th, 15th, 16th and 18th to secure a…Continue reading this article →

Daily Olympic Update – Day 12

Morning report from Team Ireland on Day 12 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games AUGUST 4th, 2021:  Stephanie Meadow is the first Irish athlete in action in Tokyo this morning, taking to the course for Round 1 of the Women’s Individual Stroke Play. Meadow, who teed off at 2.47am (Irish time), remains out on the course.…Continue reading this article →

Daily Olympic Update – Day 11

Evening report from Team Ireland on Day 11 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games AUGUST 3rd, 2021:  There was big excitement in Tokyo this evening as Team Ireland boxer, Aidan Walsh, officially received his Olympic bronze medal for the Men’s Welter (63-69kg).   Having made his Olympic debut at this year’s Games, the Belfast boxer was thrilled to…Continue reading this article →

Daily Olympic Update – Day 10

Morning report from Team Ireland on Day 10 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games AUGUST 2nd, 2021:  It was another busy morning at the Olympic Stadium for Irish athletes, with Ciara Mageean in action in the first round of the Women’s 1500m heats. ATHLETICS Mageean finished 10th in the heats, but fell outside of the automatic qualification…Continue reading this article →