Based in Glasgow, and play in Hampden Park the only fully amateur club in the Scottish Professional Football League; Queen's Park is the oldest association football club in Scotland, having been founded in 1867
Basketball England is the national governing body of the sport in England. We administer and govern basketball at all levels while offering specialist guidance on improving standards of the game, facilitating education and training opportunities and delivering a competitive outlet through leagues and tournaments. We support 750 clubs around England along with an estimated 35,000 members.
Cambridge City Hockey Club (CCHC) is the leading hockey club in Cambridgeshire with 450 members, including 300 juniors.
The men’s 1st XI plays in the National England Hockey League
Established in 1892 by old boys and members of staff from King Edward's Five Ways Grammar School the club remains one of oldest rugby bodies within the Midlands.
The first XV currently play in National Three of the Midlands Division, a fifth tier league in the English rugby union system. It is one of the oldest rugby football clubs still in active in England, although the oldest in Staffordshire is Stafford Rugby Union Football Club, which was founded the year before, in 1873. The club runs three senior teams, a veterans team, two women's teams and a youth section ranging from under sevens to colts and includes a women's under 18 team.
Athletics Northern Ireland is the governing body for the sport of athletics in N. Ireland. It was founded in 1989 by the amalgamation of the NI Amateur Athletic Association (founded in 1932) and the NI Womens Amateur Athletic Association (founded in 1951).
We are involved in all disciplines of the sport of athletics- track and field, cross-country, road running and fell running- and caters for all ages from 11 years upwards.
There are currently over 60 clubs based throughout Northern Ireland which are affiliated to the governing body.
The club was founded in the 1893/94 season by graduates of Dublin University Hockey Club.
Currently we have 5 mens and 4 senior ladies teams. Our junior teams boast more than 240 girls and 180 boys
Kilmacud GAA club was formed in 1959 following a historic public meeting in Saint Laurence's Hall
The first meeting of the club took place on March 12, 1959. Sixty people attended the meeting and donated a shilling each, meaning the club made IR£3.30 on the night.
The club decided to use green and white jerseys, but they later decided to use the gold and purple colours, some say because of the local school Scoil Lorcain Naofa who also use gold and purple, others say it was because blue are the colours of the crocus.
Aztecs Volleyball Club have a long association with Portadown Technical College now Craigavon Senior High School, where we held our first training session in September 1976. For the first number of years the club was ran as a night- tech course, hence the name AS- TECH.
The Royal Navy Rugby Union (RNRU) was formed in 1906 to administer the playing of rugby union in the Royal Navy
The highlight of the RNRU season is the annual Army Navy Match held at Twickenham. The first of these matches took place in 1878 at the Kennington Oval, but it was not until 1907 that the match became an annual fixture as part of the Inter-Service Competition
The Commonwealth Games is the only multi-games event that we, as a nation compete in and for many athletes the only opportunity to represent their country, Wales.
Wales is a member of the Commonwealth Games Federation and is one of only six nations to have competed at every Commonwealth Games, previously known as the Empire Games, since 1930.
Wales finished the 2014 Glasgow Games with 36 medals, making the team the most successful Welsh squad in Commonwealth Games history.
The club was founded in 1948 after an inaugural meeting chaired by the then Headmaster of Launceston College
By Spring 1949, the club had its own ground that it rented from the council (now a factory site of its main sponsor DS Smith Plc), with scaffolding poles for goal posts and ex-army huts for changing rooms and a clubhouse
In 1981 they then went on to win the Cornwall County Cup for the 1st of many since wins and started their remarkable climb to be one of the top 40 sides in England
Truro and Penwith College is a Tertiary College located in Cornwall
Truro College opened in 1993 and merged with Penwith College in 2008
It is the top non-selective state school for the International Baccalaureate in the UK, and in the top five of all state school providers of the IB nationally
Thornbury Rugby Club as it is today was founded in 1963 by a handful of rugby enthusiasts working on major engineering projects in the north Bristol area. With no obvious local club to play for the original members, which included the father of future England international Simon Hodgkinson, decided to form their own and after advertising for players in the local newspaper played their first games in September 1963.
1993 - The Army Rugby League was formed in October 1993 by Major Martin Morris, Officer Commanding 82 Training Squadron. It had a simple aim, to provide the opportunity for soldiers to play Rugby League
On 11 May 1994 the first clash between the Army and the Royal Air Force, in what has become one of the most competitive fixtures in the Services Rugby League calendar, took place at Leigh RLFC. The Army was victors in a closely fought game, winning 24-22.
They first achieved first class-status in 1909, almost forcing their way into the top flight by winning the Monmouthshire league three times
Cross Keys won their first Swalec Cup, defeating table topping Pontypridd at the Millennium Stadium in 2012
Croesyceiliog RFC was founded in 1881 and the first known Club Captain was one G. Morgan who led the side in the 1883/84 season. The side are known locally as the Cockerels, and a Cockerel is depicted on the club's crest.
First game was played in 1935.Currently playing in the Conference Division 1 and aiming for our 2nd promotion in a row
Gwernyfed RFC was founded in 1965 by two school teachers from Gwernyfed High School and initially played in the Neath & District Junior Rugby Union
In 1996 the club applied for and was successful in gaining membership to the Welsh Rugby Union.
Carrick Academy is a state-run secondary school, administered by South Ayrshire Council and situated in Maybole, South Ayrshire and It serves about 550 pupils.
As both a primary and a secondary school, the school that was later to become Carrick Academy was originally founded in 1845
East Fife Football Club (known informally as The Fife or The Fifers)
Established in 1903, were the first club to win the Scottish League Cup three times and the only club from the Second Division to win the prestigious Scottish Cup.
Salford Red Devils are a British rugby league club from Salford, Greater Manchester who play in the Super League. Formed in 1873 as Cavendish FC, they have won six Championships and one Challenge Cup
Owner Marwan Koukash had been the owner of the club since 2013 and appointed Iestyn Harris, as his head coach
They are one of the premier national teams in Europe and the world having competed at every World Lacrosse Championship since its inception in 1967 and having won all but one of the European Lacrosse Championships. Currently the team is ranked 5th in the world