Travel Guidance for Elite Sport

Sport NI and the Sports Institute, in response to these uncertain times with Covid 19 have procured a Travel Guidance document for Elite Sport. As travel in the time of coronavirus is constantly changing and can be filled with uncertainty. This document outlines the process for safe travelling and returning to training at the Sport…Continue reading this article →

Young People’s Sport Panel

What is the Young People’s Sport Panel?  The Sport NI Young People’s Sport Panel aims to give a voice to young people, who are passionate about youth representation and sport, and want to make sure that young people have a voice in influencing how Sport NI and the sporting sector delivers the best sporting opportunities…Continue reading this article →

Sport NI Board Update

We are pleased to announce the reappointments of George Lucas as Chair of the Board of Sport NI, Jay Colville as Vice-Chair of the Board of Sport NI and Darryl Petticrew as a Board Member of Sport NI. These reappointments are with effect from 1 February 2021 until 31 January 2025. For further information please…Continue reading this article →

Last opportunity to apply for your free Covid Safe Sport Pack

Closing date for applications is Monday 1 February 2021 at 4.00pm Sport NI is calling for all eligible organisations that have a primary role in delivering sport and physical recreation to submit an application for a free Covid Safe Sport Pack. Applications for a pack will close on Monday 1 February 2021, at 4pm. Each Covid Safe Sport Pack…Continue reading this article →

Sport NI launch Athlete Award Programme 2021-22

  Sport NI launch the Athlete Award Programme 2021-22, the programme will be open for applications from 25 01 2021. The Athlete Award programme investment aims to enable athletes to train in order to maximise their potential.   The Athlete Award Programme has a budget of £300,000, with three categories of annual awards: £1,500, £3,000…Continue reading this article →

Governing Body Support Programme

What is the Governing Body Support Programme? This Governing Body Support Programme has been developed as part of Sport Northern Ireland’s (Sport NI) response to the Covid-19 pandemic through its ‘Supporting Sport to Build Back Better’ initiative, funded by the National Lottery. The Programme will provide an investment opportunity for Recognised Governing Bodies to enable…Continue reading this article →

Sport NI launches £5m National Lottery investment: Supporting Sport to Build Back Better, starting with Project Re-Boot:

A Re-Boot for sport   Sport NI launches £5m National Lottery investment: Supporting Sport to Build Back Better, starting with Project Re-Boot: 7th JANUARY 2021: Sport NI’s ‘Supporting Sport to Build Back Better’ programme has been launched to strengthen the sports sector as we emerge from COVID19. Now, more than ever, the sporting sector is…Continue reading this article →

Supporting Sport To Build Back Better – Project Re:Boot

Project Re:Boot Sport NI is delighted to announce Project Re-boot as part of the initiative ‘Supporting Sport to Build Back Better.’ Background: Sport NI’s Clubs Survey Report identified key areas for support including membership, volunteers and coach development, governance, finance and facilities. The addition of COVID-19 has amplified a number of these issues and so,…Continue reading this article →

#COVIDSafeSportPack Launch

COVID Safe Sport Pack Thursday 17th December 2020 Sport NI, in partnership with the Department for Communities, will today reopen the COVID Safe Sport Pack Programme for expressions of interest from eligible organisations who have not previously applied to receive a pack. The programme aims to assist Sports organisations with their management of the ease of lockdown and a safe…Continue reading this article →

Every Body Active 2020 Report

Sport NI along with our partner’s in all 11 councils have completed the fourth year of the Every Body Active 2020 programme. The following report takes the opportunity to not only demonstrate the success of the programme in terms of the number of participants involved but to show the impact that participation has on those…Continue reading this article →