Our Work

The Power of Sport

Over the last fifteen years, sports organisations have seen significant success in harnessing the power of sport for the betterment of public health. Sport provides a plethora of tools, assets and communication channels that can be leveraged to help encourage people from a range of demographics, many of which are traditionally viewed as hard-to-reach, to engage in health promotion activities.

Using community coaches, stadia facilities, club badges and even sport-related language – think ‘tackling’ and ‘match-winner’ – sport can help to increase the impact of public health interventions and help support the health of fans, staff and local communities.

Our Work

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Stadia Guidance

Policy guidance and stadium support for national governing bodies, league operators and clubs

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Community

Programmes and initiatives that your sports organisation can deliver in your community

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UEFA Partnership

Healthy Stadia provides health consultancy support for UEFA's signature events

Past Projects 

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Active Voice

Building capacity in grassroots sports organisations to influence physical activity policy

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Children in the City

Helping children in low-income, urban neighbourhoods, to be more active

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Eat for Goals! App

Eat for Goals! is a cookery app with recipes from famous footballers

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European Fans in Training

Alongside European researchers, Healthy Stadia contributed to the development of EuroFIT

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European Healthy Stadia Programme

The initial project explored the capacity of sports organisations to deliver health promotion activities

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Fit 4 Health

Helping to protect and promote the health of young athletes

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Health 25

Improving the health of young people not in education, employment or training