NI Sports Forum announce partnership with Vira Hygiene The Northern Ireland Sports Forum is delighted to announce a new partnership... Read More
Irish Football Foundation host Mentoring Workshop
The Irish Football Foundation recently hosted a Mentoring Workshop to promote their Mentoring Programme which is designed to empower, develop and serve women’s clubs cross Northern Ireland, encouraging clubs to take up this opportunity which will hopefully see women’s football grow. Eight women’s football clubs have benefited from the programme thus far and shared there positive experiences on the day.
The workshop welcomed members of other sporting organisations to The National Football Stadium for this event to try and share learning and continue to work in collaboration from other sports and organisation.
This event was part of The Building More Momentum series which is in partnership with the The Female Sports Forum, Sport NI and DfC. Keep an eye out for upcoming events from Ulster Rugby and Ulster GAA which will also be open to all sports.
Staying #ActiveFitSporty during COVID-19
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Active, Fit and Sporty Awards
The Active, Fit and Sporty Awards took place on Wednesday 4th March at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Belfast. The night... Read More