The Leeds Sports Federation (LSF) equipment small grants panel meet on the 15th June, they are now accepting applications up until the deadline date of Thu 9th June.


 As a Leeds sports club you are eligible to apply for up to £500 of sports equipment for your club, the best applications link their bid to a development programme such as a new team or to provide a club school link.

If your club would like to apply, you can download the forms on the Grants page.




Winners of the recent 2016 Leeds Sports Awards ‘Professional Team of the Year’ Yorkshire County Cricket Club – currently have a great offer on to all grass roots Clubs.

Club Yorkshire aims to inspire fans of Yorkshire County Cricket Club – These special memberships can be purchased by ringing Joe Burke on the main ticket office number 0843 504 3099 (press option 1) or by emailing

Club Yorkshire Club Membership for Just £125

The Club Yorkshire Clubs package aims to gather the support from cricket clubs around Yorkshire and join them together to support and build the Yorkshire Cricket community.


Key Benefits:

50 ticket vouchers valid at any LV= County Championship and Royal London One-Day Cup matches played at Headingley*

A cricket bat signed by the Yorkshire CCC squad

25 tickets valid for a designated Royal London One-Day Cup and designated NatWest T20 Blast match played at Headingley*

Opportunities for your junior members to play on the outfield at Headingley

£5 voucher to be redeemed at the YCCC Club Store at Headingley** & Invitation to a Yorkshire CCC Q&A night + Club Yorkshire Clubs membership card+

*Does not include semi-final stage of the Royal London One-Day Cup **£5 off any single transaction priced over £25. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offers.

+Club Yorkshire Clubs membership card does not include Club Yorkshire discounted admission prices



The Active Lives survey is a new way of measuring sport and activity across England.

Like its predecessor the Active People Survey, it will measure the number of people aged 14 and over taking part in sport. Leading research company IPSOS-MORI carry out the survey for Sport England.

Over recent months, research experts have been consulting with Sport England stakeholders to develop the new survey, which can now be completed both online and by post.

The number of people taking part in sport will be tracked by demographic group, where people live and the activities they take part in.

Data collection began in November 2015, and runs for an initial period of five years. The overall sample size will be around 198,250 people each year. Our minimum annual sample size for each English local authority will be 500, though some key areas will involve surveying a bigger number of people.


Representing voluntary sports organisations in Leeds