We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion in sport and physical activity. Getting more people from a range of backgrounds involved in sport.
Whether you want to join a sports club, or try an activity for the first time, there are a whole host of local opportunities available to you across Birmingham.
Mental health and wellbeing
Sport Birmingham recognises that the power of sport and physical activity goes beyond just physical health and wellbeing. This is why we have partnered with the much loved and respected national charity Mind, to raise awareness, tackle mental health stigmas and support people with mental health problems to become more active.Read more
We are committed to providing opportunities for young people to get involved in sport and physical activity, not only as participants but also as coaches, leaders and volunteers.Read more
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare, both physical and emotional, of every child and adult at risk, who participate in activities either directly organised by us or through a third party working collaboratively with us.Read more
Develop a workforce
Sport Birmingham are fully committed to ensuring the existing and future workforce, whether paid or voluntary, are supported to develop their knowledge, skills and experiences in order for them to provide high quality sport and physical activity experiences in their community.Read more
Sport Birmingham provide organisational support to community groups, organisations, and clubs to ensure that they are fit for purpose, thriving, sustainable and meet the needs of their members and local communities.Read more
Sport Birmingham’s vision is for all young people in Birmingham to experience outstanding Physical Education, school sport and physical activity that will lead to active and healthy lifestyles through life-long participation.Read more
At Sport Birmingham we aim to collate and share best practice in disability equality across the city, and work with our various partners to find a collaborative way forward to improving and increasing opportunities for disabled people to access physical activity and sport.Read more