Sportivate is a new Sport England Lottery funded programme and is part of the wider Sport England 2012 legacy plan - Places People Play.
Sportivate will run from 1 April 2011 – 31 March 2015. Nationally a total of £32million will be invested over a 4 year period.
Sportivate aims to engage the “semi sporty” 14-25 year olds – those who may need a bit of encouragement to do more – i.e. not heavily involved. Over the 4 years, the programme aims to retain at least 300,000 14 – 25 yearolds in regular sports activities for a period of at least 6 weeks, with at least 100,000 still active after 3 months of their particular programme coming to an end.
The current sportivate applications are closed. More information will be posted later this year for the 2012/13 application process.
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