Inspiring health and happiness through physical activity.
What are the Community Games?
The Community Games are a series of sporting events run across the West Midlands and South Staffordshire.
We bring together families and local sports clubs in a friendly community setting, to create opportunities for families to try different sporting activities regardless of age or ability. The aim is for both children and their parents to be able to experience clubs and sporting activities that are on offer in their local area; all in a safe, fun and friendly environment.
At each event both adults and children can collect stickers for trying different activities which earns them their very own medal to take away with them. Buddy, our Community Games mascot, is also on hand to make the day as fun as possible.
The aim of each day is simple – to bring a community together to get active, have fun and be inspired!!
Community Games Events 2023
Confirmed locations for 2023 – Dates and ticketing information coming soon
Accessible Community Games 2023
We passionately believe in the importance of ensuring that every person should have an opportunity to experience physical activity – no matter their age or ability. Our Accessible Community Games are specialised Community Games events for people with learning, sensory and physical disabilities. We aim to bring sports providers and the community together to ensure that sport is fully inclusive and enjoyed by all.
- Oncology and Haematology Community Games – King Edward’s School, Edgbaston Saturday 27th May (Exclusive for patients and their families of BCH)
- Sutton Coldfield Accessible Community Games – BMET Sutton College, Sutton Coldfield, Friday 14th April (Non ticketed Event)
- Walsall Accessible Community Games – Wolverhampton University, Walsall Campus – Friday 3rd November (Tickets are optional but recommended to avoid disappointment on the day as attendance numbers are limited to 200. Book Tickets)