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By Sport England | 02 December 2021 | TAGS:

Today, Sport England launches the next part of our ten-year strategy, Uniting the Movement.

It details how we will work over the next three years (2022-2025) to support our mission to transform lives and communities through sport and physical activity.

The full plan (which can be found here) builds on the lessons learned from our work throughout the pandemic and extensive consultation with thousands of partners who are passionate about making sport and physical activity a normal part of life for everyone in England; and reinforces our commitment to target investment, resources, and energy where it is needed most and will have greatest impact.

This is a movement and one which we want you to be part of and join us on.

The three-year plan outlines the collective action and outcomes needed by 2025 in order to make progress with the big issues and catalysts for change that are prioritised and detailed in our Uniting the Movement strategy. These are shared ambitions where our movement can make progress together and include:

  • Increasing investment and resources for communities with the greatest need.
  • Listening to and involving people less likely to be active.
  • Increasing diversity of leaders, volunteers and professionals across sport and related sectors.
  • Creating positive experiences for children and young people.
  • Giving talented athletes from every background the chance to reach the top.

It will take everyone in the movement to help realise these ambitions and we ask for your support to help achieve our mission to transform lives and communities through sport and physical activity.

In the first instance please visit to read more and find out about how the movement will evolve, and the part you could play in it.

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