Supporting Sport to Build Back Better


Partnership and collaboration are key and essential criteria for Project Re-Boot: Team Up.


Our investment will contribute to improved partnership working across the sports sector.

As part of your application you will also be asked to confirm and provide evidence of your partners involved in supporting the delivery of your project.

As we want to invest in clubs and organisations that can demonstrate a strong commitment to partnership and collaborative working, it is recommended that before applying you consider who you would collaborate with on your project.

Your partners may include other local sports clubs (either the same or different sports), community/voluntary organisations, charities or community clubs (e.g. Girl Guides). You may also want to consider approaching schools, Parent Teacher Associations, local colleges and or universities and private sector organisations and businesses.

Sport NI is a Statutory Partner for Community Planning and is

Sport Northern Ireland are very proud to be involved as a statutory partner in Community Planning across all 11 Council areas and continue to work closely with the process in each local government district. We are working with a wide range of other statutory and community/voluntary sector organisations to support the delivery of the Community plans across Northern Ireland.

You can find out more on each of the 11 Community Plans can be found at

For further support and signposting to other Community Planning partners who may be able to work with you, you can also contact the Sport NI Officer working with each Community Planning Partnership in the following areas:

Armagh, Banbridge & Craigavon –

Ards & North Down –

Derry City & Strabane –

Causeway Coast and glens –

Belfast -

Mid & East Antrim –

Fermanagh & Omagh –

Newry Mourne & Down –

Lisburn & Castlereagh – &

Mid Ulster –

Antrim & Newtownabbey –