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.
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.
By Ryan Jones 25 May, 2017
 The Coalfields Regeneration Trust's annual home nation tournament return to Wales - Saturday 19th August & Sunday 20th August 2017.

The Home Internationals is a showcase for The Trust; it reconfirms our role in tackling head on the flat lining levels of sport participation and high levels of inactivity in coalfield communities.  To better reflect to diversity of Game On activities, for the first time, the tournament will expand to incorporate a girl’s tournament (mirroring the established boy’s tournament).

For the first time we intend to host the Home Internationals in North Wales, centred on the excellent facilities at Glyndwr University.     Tournament delivery will be facilitated by Racecourse Foundation coaches.

South Wales boys will be represented by the winners of the popular Game On Pontypridd Street League.  South Wales Girls will be represented via a club tournament / qualifier in July.   Scottish entrants will also be decided via a tournament in June. 

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