Welcome to Club Development Scotland

While Club Development Scotland can’t guarantee success on the pitch, we can show you a route to succeed off it as one of Scotland’s leading sport club consultants.

We know finding the time and expertise to develop, grow and improve your sports club can be difficult.

In fact, 54% of people are concerned that their community sports club would struggle to stay running over the long term without support from external organisations. Furthermore, research has revealed that before the pandemic, over 40% of local community sports clubs were either in deficit or just breaking even. The pandemic has put over 25% of community clubs at risk of permanent closure. 

However, help is at hand through our support. We are a consultancy service offering guidance and support to enable the development of sustainable sport clubs that win for all.

We bring unrivalled experience having helped sports groups raise more than £50 million in funding and typically help sports clubs raise an extra 25% in revenue through our support.

If your club is interested in community asset transfers, raising capital or development of facilities Club Development Scotland can help you through our numerous services and our network of highly experienced, qualified and licensed practitioners.

However, don’t just take our word for it, check out our clients and testimonials to see who we’re supporting and what they’re saying about our work!

TESTIMONIALS

LATEST NEWS

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 LATEST TWEETS

Research conducted by Newton for Made By Sport revealed that before the pandemic, over 40% of local community sports clubs were either in deficit or just breaking even.

The pandemic has put over 25% of community clubs at risk of permanent closure.

Today is #WorldObesityDay

Obesity is a disease that affects more people than most of us realise.

But by learning more about the root causes of #obesity and raising awareness about the disease, the sports sector can take action to help tackle the epidemic.

Research conducted among girls in Australia has shown that many will not take part in sport or PE, or even quit sport because of uncomfortable and embarrassing kit.

https://buff.ly/2Mrepre

"‘The effort of getting everything sorted may be 'too much'"

https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2021/mar/02/fears-that-25-of-grassroots-sports-clubs-may-not-return-after-lockdown

Volunteers and young people could leave sport for good

https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2021/mar/02/fears-that-25-of-grassroots-sports-clubs-may-not-return-after-lockdown