One Formation is the first Muslim founded sports club to join John Paul 2 Foundation 4 Sport. They joined JP2F4S in January 2016 having been impressed by the success of Wessex United at a football tournament in 2015. Based in Leeds, One Formation has football teams competing across all age ranges from six […]
Camden Knights Basketball Club joined JP2F4s in December 2015. The club was established in 1997 and has competed at national and local league level with their U13 (mixed), U16 boys and men’s teams.
Wessex FC was one of the original clubs to join JP2F4S. Founded by Anthony Scartlett and Kerry Green, the team is made up of former rival gangs from the estates in Westbourne Park, West London.
Guildford Tennis For All was set up by Voytek Sarama, an LTA Professional Coach with 30 years of coaching experience. The club offers tennis instruction in a friendly and informal setting on public and school courts. No minimum playing standard is necessary – beginners are most welcome!
Goldhawks Basketball was one of the first clubs to sign up to the Foundation. The club started off with just 25 players, but since becoming a JP2F4S affiliate club, is now one of the largest clubs in the country with over 2000 participants.
In March, Kent Athletic Club became the second club to join JP2F4S in 2015. Based in Lewisham, Kent AC is one of Britain’s top athletics and running clubs. Founded over 120 years ago, it has seen great success in the past 25 years, rising 10 divisions in the space of 19 seasons.
Croydon Judo Club is the latest club to join JP2F4S (April 2015). One of the oldest judo clubs in the UK, it celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2011. In recognition of its quality, the Croydon Judo Club was awarded the Sport England Clubmark in 2005, one of only 1000 Clubmarks that have been awarded countrywide across all sports.