Club Support: Coronavirus Response
The Coronavirus pandemic is having an unprecedented impact on our way of life and presents new challenges for community sport. The information below supports sports clubs and organisations in the city to navigate the current situation and emerge stronger.
SCVO: Third Sector Information Hub
The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations has created a Third Sector Information Hub in response to the current situation and includes comprehensive and accurate information on funding, delivering online services and support for those leading organisations. SCVO also provide a detailed Frequently asked Questions section for third sector organisations.
Glasgow Sport Funding Finder
This unprecedented situation has created financial uncertainty across the world and sports clubs and organisations are not immune to this. Visit our Funding Finder which has over 100 funding streams to browse including recently introduced funds to react to the current situation.
Good Practice Guides: Sports Clubs in Glasgow
The present lockdown and suspension of all sporting activities has not stopped sports clubs in Glasgow from continuing to support their members and communities. The support and respite offered by these volunteers is not only incredible but pivotal in the city's recovery.
Club Support for Wellbeing
This Scottish Football Associations Club Support for Wellbeing is an editable presentation that can be used to support members of your club; providing advice, support and resources. It offers a range of links and information that can guide the support your club offers to members during this period.
Sportscotland have created the following resource to support sports clubs and organisations
Glasgow Council for Voluntary Services have created this resources with various information for clubs and organisations including information on their funding surgeries.
sportscotland legal information for clubs
sportscotland workwith Harper Macleod LLP to provide legal services to sports governing bodies. During the current climate, sportscotland have asked Harper Macleod to provide some guidance for clubs handling this unprecedented situation. They have created the Harper Macleod club hub, which is provided as information only. To access the hub club click here
Online Training and Support
We realise that face to face meetings are not currently possible however there are various organisations delivering training opportunities and webinars which can benefit you and your club.
To keep up to date with these opportunities please view our Glasgow Sport Course Finder.
Glasgow Club Home Workouts
If you have to stay at home because of coronavirus, it's important to take care of your mind as well as your body. You may feel bored, frustrated or lonely. You may also be low, worried or anxious and it's OK to feel like this. We've put tips and resources together to help you keep on top of your mental wellbeing in the Home Workouts section of our free mobile app (also at myglasgow.club/customer if you don't have a smartphone).
Download it now at myglasgow.club/app or on your phone's app store and you'll find lots more to keep your mind and body healthy and active.
Looking after your Wellbeing
Sportscotland have also created a page with guidance on Looking After your Wellbeing during Covid 19.
This Looking After Wellbeing guide designed by the Scottish Institute of Sport provides information on how you can look after your own physical and mental wellbeing.
Further Support and Guidance
Unfortunately due to Government advice around essential working Glasgow Sport development staff are currently working from home with no access to work emails.
We are still here and willing to support though so if you have an enquiry, a question or want to chat regarding your club's situation please contact us here - and we will be in touch.
Glasgow Sport/ Glasgow Club FAQ's
If you are looking for information on Glasgow Sport's response to Coronavirus including the status of our staff and Glasgow Club venues please click here to read our FAQ's.