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Sport England has launched Club Matters – a free web-based resource to help to those involved in running grassroots sports clubs.

Designed to help all club officials and volunteers – whether a club chair writing a plan to attract new members, a treasurer managing budgets or a club captain asking existing members what they want.

The resources will offer a wide range of help to clubs, from mentoring and club improvement plans to ways to operate Clubmark – the nationally-acknowledged accreditation scheme for community sports clubs.

Nick Bitel, Sport England’s Chair, said: “Club Matters has been carefully designed to give those involved in running clubs what they want, in a simple, easy to access way. We’ve worked to create a single support package which is open to any club that wants support and information. And importantly, it’s free.

“No matter the size of the sports club, this is a great tool and something that I know people will find incredibly useful.”

Over the next eight months, Sport England will be holding sessions throughout the country to demonstrate the benefits of Club Matters to people from sports clubs, sports governing bodies and county sports partnerships.

To visit the Club Matters website, click here.

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Sport England has launched Club Matters – a free web-based resource to help to those involved in running grassroots sports clubs.
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