A new collaboration between European cities, NGOs and facility specialists.

MOVEment Spaces are places that encourage local community members to use their surroundings to be active. By creating accessible and safe places for people to participate in sport and physical activity, you can play an important part in boosting their health and well-being. It’s as simple as that – but how do you transform an urban space into an active space? And how can you get the most out of your existing activities by utilising the spaces and architecture in your community?

The project group created a collection of good practices and developed an innovative and knowledge-sharing online platform so that other cities and organisations working in this area can learn from each other and take action together.

For more information visit the MOVEment Spaces website.

Complete the MOVEment Spaces online course for tips and first-hand experience from our experts on how to get started or to broaden the reach of your activities. The content is especially for grassroots sport organisations, community organisations, local authorities and urban planners to discover how to find opportunities to work together to deliver physical activities in urban spaces and create a positive social impact.

Click here to learn more about the MOVEment Spaces course


Project partners 

  • Coordinator: ISCA
  • Cities: Barcelona (ES), Birmingham (UK), Paris (FR), Plovdiv (BG), Wroclaw (PL)
  • Grassroots sport NGOs: BG Be Active (BG), StreetGames (UK), Eurofitness (ES), UFOLEP (FR), V4Sport (PL)
  • Experts in urban facilities: Danish Foundation for Sport and Culture Facilities (DK), DGI (DK), International Association for Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management IASLIM (SI)


For more information contact Lucie Vickers via email on lucie.vickers@streetgames.org

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