Gym Dos and Don’ts for Beginners

Gym Dos and Don’ts for Beginners

We’re bringing you some super easy gym tips and tricks to follow that even beginners can use. In the coming months, lots of us will be on the ‘health wagon’ trying to shift the gloom of the winter blues. For many, whether or not you…

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Celebrating Grassroots Football

Celebrating Grassroots Football

Stadia Sports recently offered amateur football clubs the chance to win £200 worth of training equipment; this included footballs, bibs, training hurdles, cones and much more! The aim? Celebrating grassroots football, specifically the great work carried out by managers, coaches and volunteers around the country.…

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Exercises For Children To Keep Them Active This Autumn

Exercises For Children To Keep Them Active This Autumn

We’ve created a list of fun activities and exercises for children! All it takes is a little bit of planning to keep them moving… Though many parents and carers manage to fill their summer with family fun, this can be quick to change when autumn…

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National School Sport Week 2018

National School Sport Week 2018

It’s School Sports Week! This campaign runs from the 25th to 29th of June and aims to get more children interested in playing sport at school. Encouraging pupils to engage in sporting activities at school is important now more than ever. More and more children…

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Getting Your School Ready for Sports Day

Getting Your School Ready for Sports Day

As we head into June, there’s a long-standing tradition coming up on the horizon… Stadia Sports is ready to help you plan an inclusive day of fun for the whole school. That’s right, we’re sharing our sports day ideas! Are you looking to improve upon…

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6 Surprising Stats of Why Women’s Football Bodes Success

6 Surprising Stats of Why Women’s Football Bodes Success

Girls’ Football Week 2018 has now begun. That’s why we’re sharing 6 surprising statistics to show how serious the sport is. There are many facts out there that show people don’t take women’s football seriously when compared to men’s football. However, we’re starting to see…

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Girls’ Football Week: An interview with Stoke City striker, Kate Asher

Girls’ Football Week: An interview with Stoke City striker, Kate Asher

Girls’ Football Week is a national campaign running from the 23rd-29th April 2018 and is aimed at getting as many girls as possible to take part in playing the beautiful game. At Stadia, we want to match the campaign’s central statement and encourage young girls…

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The UK Sitting Volleyball Cup – How to Get Involved with Adaptive and Inclusive Sport

The UK Sitting Volleyball Cup – How to Get Involved with Adaptive and Inclusive Sport

The UK Sitting Volleyball Cup 2018 takes place on the 22nd April. It takes place in Kettering, Northamptonshire at the National Volleyball Centre. All About Sitting Volleyball Sitting Volleyball is an increasingly popular activity. As with its standing counterpart, sitting volleyball is usually played to…

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‘Why We Love…’ The Commonwealth Games

‘Why We Love…’ The Commonwealth Games

It’s nearly time for the Commonwealth Games! At Stadia Sports we’ve been counting down to the 4th April because we just can’t wait to see athletics back on our screens. However, track and field are not the only type of events we’ll be following in…

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Six Nations Championship – A Run-Down of All Things Rugby

Six Nations Championship – A Run-Down of All Things Rugby

Has the Six Nations Championship whet your appetite for rugby? Even though Ireland have already won, there’s nothing to say you can’t get some cheering in on Super Saturday. Whether you’re a super fan or you don’t know the difference between League and Union, we’re…

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