Game On uses the power of football to change lives, helping the most disadvantaged young people to make positive steps towards securing jobs or going back into education/training. Football is the successful tool which underpins every area of our model. Our Time Banking system encourages young people to volunteer, fostering community engagement, skills and personal development by exchanging time credits for coaching qualifications.


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Mae Game On yn defnyddio grym anhygoel pêl-droed i newid bywydau, helpu y bobl ifanc mwyaf difreintiedig i gymryd camau tuag at sicrhau swyddi neu fynd yn ôl i addysg/hyfforddiant. Pêl-droed yw’r dull llwyddiannus sy’n sylfaen i bob rhan o’n model. Mae system bancio amser yn annog pobl ifanc i wirfoddoli, meithrin ymgysylltiad cymunedol, datblygu sgiliau a datblygu personol drwy gyfnewid credydau amser ar gyfer cymwysterau hyfforddi ac ati.


Game On Wales run a variety of regular, curricular and one off events and activities.
  • Walking Football - Injury Prevention

    If you're a new participant to Walking Football or you're a club or organisation who is about to set up a new Walking Football programme, then this Injury Prevention Blog by our friends at Performance Physiotherapy is a great r... Author: 23 March 2016 Read more

  • Patron Saint Celebrated at Football Festival!
    Game On Wales recently hosted it’s second annual St. David’s Cup at the University of South Wales Sports Park in Treforest, providing a thoroughly engaging and enjoyable day for participants, coaches and volunteers alike.... Author: Althea Cooley 26 February 2016 Read more
  • It’s Game On in Bridgend and Maesteg!
    A new community initiative has been launched this week in Bridgend and Maesteg, with aims including promoting active lifestyles, volunteering and combatting anti-social behaviour.
    Author: Chris Foot 23 February 2016 Read more