Centre Spot works in partnership with various organisations and funders, to deliver a variety of collaborative projects with an element of sports attached. We have delivered projects to community groups and the wider community, which have included Arts and Crafts, Media, Music and Design.

Soccer Saturday SchoolSaturday Soccer School is a 3 year BBC Children in Need Funded Football Project that will use sport to engage disadvantaged children age 6-18 years old from the Wolverhampton area in positive, healthy activities. The project will run for 38 weeks each year and deliver Football Coaching and competitions for participants aged 5 – 11 years. LEARN MORE

Centre Spot in partnership with StreetGames are offering young people age 14-25 years to be part of the Family Keep Fit and Multi Sports Door Step Club. The programme is supported by Sport England to get people developing a sporting habit for life, and is one of 307 Doorstep Sport Clubs that will be established by summer 2014 and transform the sporting and social landscape in hundreds of disadvantaged communities. LEARN MORE

CSFC was founded with an under 9’s team in 2010. After 2 seasons CSFC has grown having ten junior teams, starting from Under 7’s, through to Under 15’s. The club was originally known as CS Colts FC. Some of the teams within the club have kept that name, although we now have CS Lions, and CS All-Stars amongst others. LEARN MORE

It is known that one of the major reasons why young people from deprived backgrounds do not become involved in sport is the high costs of equipment, along with the running costs of playing. At Centre Spot, we aim to reduce one of the costs to parents and young people. LEARN MORE

The Out of Africa Campaign captures the contribution of African footballers to professional football in England. The campaign will manifest itself as a documentary, an exhibition and an educational schools pack. LEARN MORE

Leg Up Project, Friar Park
The Leg Up project is funded by BBC Children in Need, and will work with children aged 14-18 from the Wednesbury area of Sandwell. Each will involve activities that are tailored to meet the needs of the specific attendees . Young People will participate in each activity for a year, with new cohorts in subsequent years. LEARN MORE

The Healthy Futures project has been designed especially to work with young people from the ages of 11 to 18, who are at risk of substance abuse, gangs, crime or are otherwise marginalised by the community. LEARN MORE

First Kicks is a specially designed programme for 3-6 year olds, and uses sports and physical activity to improve and develop agility, coordination, spatial awareness, and teamwork. LEARN MORE