Community Sport Hubs

Community sport hubs provide a home for sport

They bring together sport clubs and key local partners who want to develop and grow the sporting offering in the community.

They focus on sustainable, community-led approaches that get clubs working together to develop welcoming, safe and fun environments for sport.

Community sport hubs are National Lottery funded and are one of SportScotland’s key programmes which contributes to Legacy and supports local sport clubs to play their part in a world class sporting system.

A community sport hub is focused on the clubs around a sport centre, community centre, school, park or a playing field pavilion.  In some cases a community sport hub combines a number of these places, or it may simple centre on a single-venue hosting many clubs. The ‘hub’ is essentially a collective of progressive sport clubs working together in a local community.

Community Sport Hub

Where is my nearest community sports hub?

  • Balwearie, Kirkcaldy
  • Burntisland & Kinghorn
  • Cairneyhill
  • Duffus Park, Cupar
  • East Neuk
  • Gilvenbank, Glenrothes
  • Levenmouth
  • Lochore Meadows
  • McKane Park, Dunfermline
  • Waterstone Crook, Newport-On-Tay
  • Woodmill & St. Columba’s, Dunfermline


Interested in starting a new hub?

If you are a sports club and are interested in forming a hub in your area, speak with the other local clubs in your area and complete the interest form, or complete the attached interest form at the bottom of the page.

Ross Taylor, Community Sports Hubs Officer 

  • Tel: 03451 55 55 55 (ext. 402507)
  • Email: ross.taylor@fife.gov.uk
  • By Post: Rothesay House Rothesay Place Glenrothes Fife KY7 5PQ