Bringing Club Sport Together

Expanding on the nature and unique structure of sports councils, Scottish ClubSport is committed to growing the foundations put in place over the last 40 years by SALSC.

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National Support for local Sport

The evolution of a national and local structure relevant to the sporting landscape of today will see sports councils embrace new opportunities and a modernised clubsport framework, engage knowledge and empower sports networks to work together at a local level.

Scottish ClubSport has identified four priority areas. These are:

strengthening the sporting landscape

The transformation to Scottish ClubSport will bring change within the membership; a modernised identity and framework will be implemented by more sports councils which will develop the clubsport model further and a new wave of members will be identified across Local Authority areas not currently included in the membership.

Historically sports councils were set up as geographically based local sports networks representing the interests of sports clubs within their respective areas. This core role will not change. The aim of Scottish ClubSport is to strengthen this role within the sporting landscape. Sports councils were established to create unique links between clubs, Local Authorities and locally elected members, a critical role which is maintained today.

Our Members

With a membership of 36, the Scottish ClubSport membership covers approximately 22 Local Authority areas.


Our partners provide expert guidance and commitment to help us provide National Support for Local Sport.


The Scottish ClubSport network is designed to give sport at a local level the strongest voice possible when influencing local decision makers.

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Scottish ClubSport aims to support members to be the strongest organisations they can be, raising their profile at a local and national level.

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