Sports Clubs

Our Sports Clubs

Our sports activities are an effective vehicle through which personal and social development in young people can be positively affected.

Sport can help to break down barriers and build positive relationships between young people from different cultures. Our aim is to develop confidence, self-esteem and aspirations, as well as improving the physical and mental health of our members. All our coaches are first aid trained, child protection certified and hold current DBS checks.


Football Club

LWFCI - FC is an inclusive football club for children and young people from the age of 8 -16 years. We have professional football coaches to teach the children how to play football. Ranging from beginner to more advanced we incorporate fun into every session. Whilst learning new skills you will be having fun and getting fit.

Our football session focuses on the fundamentals of football; agility, balance, co-ordination and ball handling. Come and play, build a foundation, improve your individual techniques, skills, confidence and friendships with the love of football.
Children and young people have the opportunity to play football and engage with other children, develop their self-esteem and their social integration into the community. We want them out and having fun.

Everyone and all abilities welcome.
Every Saturday from 2.00pm - 3.30pm at Harris Academy, Orpington.
A session cost £1 only but is free to Clarion Housing Group Residents.



FOR YOUNG & ADULTS (Ages 11-16 years)

Our Basketball sessions are inclusive for all boys and girls aged 11-16 years. Young people will learn basketball skills, advance ball-handling, basketball dribbling, footwork, defense, team play, scoring moves whilst having fun. Our sports club provides a mix of basketball games with fun skill sessions and tournaments. Young people can join in with their friends and peers to play basketball, socialise and play with others in a safe, community sport hall.

All abilities are welcome! Boys and girl aged 11-16 years including young people with SEN from beginner to advanced and sessions will be delivered by our highly qualified coaches in the sports hall.

Every Tuesday from 5.30pm - 6.30pm
at Bromley URC, 20 Widmore Road, Bromley, BR1 1RY
For only £1 contribution cost per session.
Basketballs are provided; just wear appropriate footwear and bring a drink.

All sessions are led by qualified coaches, all first aid trained and DBS checked.
For more information and to join the team:
Call: 0203 583 3005 or 0795 074 6544