Making London the most physically active city in the world

Supported by Sport England and the Mayor of London, our target is to get Londoners more physically active.

Register for Satellite Club funding

Satellite Clubs are focused on supporting an increase in the number of 14-19-year olds participating regularly in physical activity and sport. The clubs are designed to meet the needs of young people and provide a positive fun experience, giving young people the confidence to take part.

You can register your interest in starting a Satellite Club and getting teenagers in London to enjoy physical activity and sport, from Tuesday 1 October until 23:59 on Thursday 31 October.

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What we're aiming for?


To make London the most physically active city in the world.

So that Londoners are happier, live longer, are better-connected and less likely to develop serious chronic illnesses and suffer from mental health issues.

Number of Active Londoners


Inactive

Fairly active

Active