Created 5 years ago, updated 4 years ago
A Sport England report outlining the findings from the first survey of participants of satellite clubs (conducted between January and March 2015). This report focuses on the profile of young people attending clubs, their motivations for attending and the material and attitudinal outcomes they are beginning to experience. Results suggest that less active participants attend because they were looking for affordable, convenient provision that is recommended (and/or attended) by friends and family. It further presents an initial set of 'key success factors' for satellite clubs that can be built upon in the remainder of the research, including the importance of the style of coaching and the skills of coaches, and providing clear exit routes/using satellite clubs as destinations.