Club Matters, the essential one-stop-shop for sports clubs, will provide you with support, learning and guidance on all aspects of running a club whether it is large, small, formal or informal. Club Matters offers free, simple and bitesize support to all clubs.
Club Matters can help you to improve your club with…
- Online Support – There will be a range of support available including online toolkits, quick reference guides and e-learning modules.
- Workshops – Club Matters workshops are free, short training sessions delivered across the country by experts in a range of speciﬁc areas.
- Mentoring – Whether you want long term support, or just a short call to sound out your ideas, our Club Matters mentors can help. Our ﬂexible mentoring scheme will offer more personal support to you and your club.
- Club Improvement Plan – An online health check for clubs of all sizes and at all stages of their development, to establish where they are performing well and whether they can develop. This will provide your club with a tailored development plan.
- Club Views - A club review tool allowing you to ask your members and volunteers what they think about your club.
- Clubmark – The universally acknowledged cross sport accreditation scheme for community sports clubs .To find out more about Clubmark click here.
Want to develop your club?
The Club Matters Club Improvement Tool helps you think about areas where your club is performing well and where it can improve, pointing you in the direction of the resources to help. Follow new the step by step video guide to set up your plan in under 15 minutes!
Your Club Matters Stories
Hear from sports clubs just like yours about how they have used Club Matters to develop and grow. Find all a whole host of real-life examples from clubs, CSPs and NGBs at our Club Matters You Tube channel.
Community Assets Guidance
An interactive guide has been developed to help clubs understand their community rights. The guide is based on a written report authored by Dr. Adam Brown, Substance and Tom Hall, Sporting Assets. Taking control of sports assets can help clubs grow; develop new opportunities; secure their future and be more engaged with other local people and organisations, placing clubs at the heart of communities. To access the full resource, clubs will need to have registered and be logged-in first.
To access the main Club Matters website, click here and find all the resources you need.