• GAME ON
    WALES

    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.

  • GAME ON
    WALES

    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.

  • GAME ON
    WALES

    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.

                  

WELCOME TO GAME ON WALES

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.

EVENTS
Game On Wales run a variety of regular, curricular and one off events and activities.
 
NEWS

By Chris Foot 27 Sep, 2016
The Game On Wales team kicked off their Autumn provision at Hawthorn High last week with a tournament for teenagers.

Playing for the title of Game On Pontypridd Cup champions, local teams were playing for bragging rights as well as the trophy, but the contest was played out in a great spirit.

The initiative which has been sponsored by Newydd Housing Association aims to provide young people with opportunities to exercise, socialise and volunteer, whilst diverting them from anti-social behaviour. 
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