Welcome to Cash4Clubs

Sport in the community is about local people, local facilities, local groups and organisations working together to provide opportunities to enjoy sport. Betfair and SportsAid recognise the importance of community sport, so Cash 4 Clubs has been set up to facilitate fundraising for community sports clubs throughout the country.

Please see the News section of the website for further details about which clubs were successful in February 2014.

Please note that due to the large numbers of application now received by Cash 4 Clubs we are only able to notify successful applicants

Applications are now closed. Information regarding the 2015 round of applications will be available soon.

Grants for Community Clubs

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[See all past club winners]

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Mark Foster - Olympic Swimmer and World Record Holder

"Community sports clubs are the grassroots of sport. It was at my local club in Southend that I started swimming and developed into a professional and without the support of this community based club I would never have represented my country at the top level of the sport.

Clubs need funds and that is why Cash 4 Clubs is such a fantastic scheme as it gets money straight to where it can have the most impact."

News

  1. Winners in Autumn 2014

    We are delighted to announce that Cash4Clubs, a charity scheme run by Betfair Group plc and SportsAid, has awarded a total of £30,000 to 46 clubs from across the United Kingdom. This autumn, we received over 1600 applications from a... [Read more]

  2. Winners in March 2014

    We received over 800 applications from Cash4Clubs in February 2014, a charity scheme run by Betfair Group plc and SportsAid. We are delighted to announce that 33 clubs from across the United Kingdom have been awarded £20,000 in total. To... [Read more]

  3. 43 Sports Clubs Named Cash 4 Clubs Winners in 2013

    GRASSROOTS sport across the UK received a boost with the news that 43 sport clubs received grants from Cash 4 Clubs, a charity scheme run by Betfair and SportsAid. [Read more]