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Newcastle Vikings are looking to establish a number of Satellite Clubs in the North East, we are currently working with local Sports Partnerships to identify schools or community facilities that would be suitable
Satellite Club Guidance Document
Local Sports Partnerships are working with National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs), local clubs and
Schools to organise new opportunities aimed at getting more young people involved in weekly sport
through the Sport England Satellite Club programme.
By 2017 all middle and high schools in Britain will be offered the opportunity to host a
community sports satellite club on their site, which will provide fun, social sports sessions for young
What is a Satellite Club?
Satellite clubs are extensions of existing community sports clubs (hub clubs) built around the
participants’ needs and have an emphasis on friendship and social experience. They provide access
to sport on young peoples’ terms and seek to offer a different sporting experience as a way of
making sport more appealing in order to attract and retain involvement.
Who do Satellite clubs cater for?
Satellite Clubs aim to attract people aged between 11 and 25 years old with an interest in getting
involved in social sport but who are put off by more formal and competitive club structures.
Satellite clubs are totally inclusive and create an opportunity for people from all backgrounds to play
sport in a relaxed and friendly environment.
Key Features of a Satellite Club