YSSA: Volunteer street sport coaches for social cohesion and inclusion

24 September 2018 | Youth

Educating volunteers as role models and street sport coaches in local neighbourhoods. In September 2018 GAME hosted its second transnational meeting between the YSSA-partners. A two day conference in GAME House Copenhagen with the partners MOVE from Malta, ARSIS from Greece, VSI INTEGRACIJOS CENTRAS from Lithuania, and CESIE from Italy focused. 

The aim of the second transnational meeting was to define key elements and parameters for a new Curriculum that will guide partner organisations in educating volunteers as role models and street sport coaches in local neighbourhoods.

During the two days in Copenhagen, the partners also got the chance to see one of GAME’s educational (and fun!) Playmaker Camps in action and meet some of the Danish Playmakers.

Youth-led Street Sport for All works to empower and increase participation in sports, strengthen social inclusion and to promote voluntary activity amongst children and youth.

Stay tuned for the launch of the GAME Academy App which will serve as an Online Playmaker Toolbox where volunteers can find drills and training programs as well as report from their practices.

About the project

YSSA – Youth-led Street Sport for All is three years project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Sport: Support to Collaborative Partnerships aiming at developing a framework to address the lack of opportunities for disadvantaged children and youth through street sports in Italy, Greece, Malta, Lithuania and Denmark.


The partnership holds together 5 organisations:

For further information

Read more on YSSA

Contact Caroline Dickinson, caroline.dickinson@cesie.org.