“A team effort” is how Jamie Grundy describes the successful campaign to get Prescoed FC – the only prison football team in Wales – reinstated into the Gwent League.+ Read more
We want to build a better and safer society through the use of sport in the criminal justice system and by actively helping our network in their efforts to reduce violence, crime and reoffending.+ Discover more
We are an organisation that is built on a membership
“I love the Alliance because it’s full of inspirational people working across different fields with a shared vision, coming together to make a difference.” - Jackie Roberts, Public Health England.
“Being in the Alliance means we become part of a much bigger story and a stronger proposition.” – Stuart Felce, StreetGames.
The positive effects of yoga within criminal justice are being recognised by practitioners and researchers on both sides of the Atlantic.+ Read more
The Alliance of Sport is delighted to have secured a grant of £90,048 from Sport England which we will distribute to frontline organisations involved in our Levelling the Playing Field project.+ Read more
This toolkit from UK Coaching will equip coaches with the knowledge and skills to provide great coaching experiences to others, as well as support coaches to begin to better look after themselves.+ Read more