Join rugby players from across the country in a match before watching the Premiership Rugby Final at Twickenham.
One day of specialist sports coaching and team challenges for young people who are serious about sport.
Passion for Jesus, sport and young people? Apply to be a leader at Sports Plus this summer.
Passion for Jesus, sport and young people? Apply to be a trainee at Sports Plus this summer.
A week of specialist sports coaching and team challenges for young people who are serious about sport.
A residential week of specialist sports coaching and team challenges for young people who are serious about sport.
We are nearing the climax of one of sport’s great stories. Leicester City travel to the Theatre of Dreams on Sunday knowing that a win would make this fairytale a reality. It's a story that's got hearts racing. But, perhaps the reason we love such stories in sport is that it reminds us of the Great Story.
40% of London play sport each week. Inspire London, a new church in the capital, is looking at how it can reach sportspeople around them as well as use sport within their community to reach people with the gospel.
The summer term of university is a funny time. For many sports the season is over. You might not see your teammates at regular training sessions or socials. In fact, you might not see them much at all. So what about reaching the world of sport for Christ now? How does that fit into the last month of university life?
Why do we play sport? Because we were born to play. Because it’s in our blood and in our bones. Because God gave us talents, passions and opportunities, and when we’re playing sport, we know we were made for this. Find out more about this brand new film.
Portsmouth hero Linvoy Primus shares his fascinating story including how his career began, how he was told ‘you’re the worst player we’ve ever had’ and then became a fan favourite at Portsmouth whilst also providing some brilliant insights into the world of professional sport.
It has not been a good few months for athletics with doping story after doping story hitting the headlines. The good news is that God is building his church in athletics and the Christian presence in track and field, both in the UK and worldwide, is arguably stronger than in any other comparable sport.
Over the last few months, 135 young sportspeople aged 11-18 gathered in five different locations across the UK for Sports Plus Xtra - all the fun of a week of Sports Plus squeezed into a single day or evening!
With an exciting summer of sport ahead, we're releasing a new resource pack to help churches engage with sportspeople in their local areas. Find out more here...
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has declared his excitement at the work being done to proclaim Jesus to sportspeople in the United Kingdom, particularly through a developing initiative within the Anglican church, the Ministry of Sport.
Former Welsh rugby union player Garin Jenkins shares his fascinating story of his battle with misdirected passion and aggression on the rugby field and how his growing faith remained steady in some massive ups and downs in his life.
There are many ways that society measures our worth, and we love to praise those who are deemed successful in the world’s eyes. In sport, a player’s worth is defined by their achievements and abilities...
On this day in 1976 - exactly forty years ago – a handful of Christian sportsmen arranged to meet in London to discuss how to share their faith in the world of sport. They set five prayer goals. Read through them and one in particular stands out...
When you play or compete in your sport, do you ever think "I was made for this"? Why is that? Because you were born to play.
Portsmouth hero and professional footballer for 16 years, Linvoy Primus, shares his fascinating story.
How am I meant to share the good news about Jesus when I never get to talk about Him?
A modern portrayal of how the day of Jesus' crucifixion would have been told in the news.
The former Welsh rugby union player shares about his battle with misdirected passion and aggression.
The four-time Olympian shares her unlikely start in the sport and how her faith has impacted her life.
In a world full of idols, will we go and speak the Gospel of grace to those around us?
How are we to live as Christians in the world of sport? How does the gospel advance in my sports club?
Who can be saved? Anyone or only certain people? Anyone! Grace is for all!
How are we saved? By our good works? By religious tradition? No! By the Grace of the Lord Jesus.
The former international footballer and FA Cup winner shares how his faith has influenced his career and life.
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