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London Youth Games

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The London Youth Games is Europe’s largest youth sports festival.

It is now a season of events taking place over 9 months including both School and Community Competitions across 30 different sports. The competitions are part of the national School Games Programme.

School Competitions are organised locally by School Games Organisers.

Open competitions enable the most talented young people in each London borough to compete to become champions of London.  Teams are organised by the sports development team in your local authority.

The Bromley team

Bromley is one of the most successful boroughs in the history of the London Youth Games, having won the Jubilee Trophy eight times; the first win being in 1986, and the last in 2017.

The borough of Bromley is also the home for Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, the spiritual home of the London Youth Games, and where finals week takes place.

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Mytime Active proudly sponsors Team Bromley

With competitive opportunities for participants aged 7 to 18 of varying abilities, from 33 London Boroughs, the Games have been a stepping stone for many international and Olympic athletes.

Mytime Active manage and coordinate over 40 different teams across 30 different sports, from athletics, football and squash to archery, fencing and sailing.

In addition, they support more than 70 volunteers as they manage the teams and create new competitive opportunities for local young people.

Contact Bromley’s Borough Team Organiser for more information: