We believe sport has the power to change lives, regardless of age, gender or background; sport is key to culture, society and is core to our health and happiness.
Our ambition is to bring people together, break down barriers and provide opportunities for people to harness the power of sport in their life.
Working in close partnership with Bracknell Forest Council and Thames Valley Police, The SB Group Foundation offers access to a range of sports, physical activities and education programmes to inspire a better way of life for our local community.
As well as providing health benefits, the Foundation aims to address key social issues such as mental health, employability, loneliness, disability, poverty and homelessness.
A non-contact version of the beautiful game aimed at getting players back involved in the sport. Our sessions are aimed at (but not limited to) over 50s, those coming back from injury and those with lack of mobility.
Free summer sports camps every Saturday morning from May to August for children aged 6-11 years old. The fun sessions include games of Tag Rugby, Futsal and Kwik Cricket on our all-weather MUGA facility at Ranelagh School.
In conjunction with Thames Valley Police, stage the first inter-schools football tournament, featuring players from every secondary school in squads alongside male and female police officers from across Bracknell.