The London Youth Games
Each year we select a team of our best young sporting hopes to compete in London’s own mini-Olympics – The London Youth Games.
Qualifying competitions are held throughout the year, leading to the main games weekend for more than 15,000 young people at Crystal Palace in the first weekend of July.
To compete for Hammersmith & Fulham you must either live in or attend a school in the borough and be selected for the competition squad through the relevant process. This is different for the various sports in the games programme.
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If you are interested in competing in the 2014/15 games for Hammersmith & Fulham the sports and dates of competition can be found on the London Youth Games calendar
Trial dates 2015 (pdf 131kb) - selection dates for sports in which young athletes can trial to make the Hammersmith and Fulham team for the 2015 competition.
For the history of results from London Youth Games competitions visit London Youth Games.
Volunteering at the games
Improve your skills and boost your CV with GamesForce, the London Youth Games volunteering programme.
The London Youth Games is Europe’s largest youth sport event and offers 25 event days at venues around London. GamesForce is the volunteering programme which supports each event and is invaluable to the Games. GamesForce offers opportunities for everyone over the age of 16 to help deliver high quality sporting event for the young people of London.
Being a part of GamesForce helps to build CVs with valuable volunteering hours and offers officials qualifications in sport and training in events and media.
They have many roles at the London Youth Games events to suit all interests including:
Media: Photography, journalism, reporting, VIP attaches and media hub volunteers. Offering training in media at events to improve skills.
Sport: Sports specific volunteering roles at events and offer officials courses in 8 different sports to GamesForce volunteers– Athletics, Basketball, Boccia, Cricket, Fencing, Gymnastics, Swimming and Tennis. Also on offer is a number of volunteer opportunities across another 26 sports in roles such as scorers and team registration and results.
Events: Within the events side of the Games there roles in hospitality, medal ceremonies and festival support.
Volunteers are supported by the London Youth Games both before events with training in media, sport & events and while on site. Volunteers can sign up to GamesForce by visiting the website www.londonyouthgames.org/volunteer