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Our activity finder can help help you find ways to get more active in your local area, as well as online/virtual sessions.

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If you’re looking to add a competitive edge to your activity, then there are plenty of sporty options out there for all ability and experience levels. In recent years a number of variations of some of our most beloved sports have been developed, in order to provide options for people who might have previously felt that sport wasn’t for them.

Taking part in a sport can help you increase your fitness levels, while team sports and sports clubs can add a valuable social element to your activity and help you to connect with the community around you.

Activities

Disability Football

Disability Football

There are now more opportunities than ever to play football if you have a disability. Use the Kent FA map to find a club near you or contact their Disability Football Development Officer for more advice and support.

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Walking netball

Walking netball

Walking Netball is a slower version of the game we all love; it is netball, but at a walking pace. Women the length of the country have started playing Walking...

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Walking football

Walking football

Very different to the regular game of football, walking football caters primarily for the over 50s, although some tournaments are now running for players exclusively in their 60’s and 70’s....

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Wheelchair sport opportunities

Wheelchair sport opportunities

WheelPower is the national charity for wheelchair sport, providing opportunities for disabled people to play sport and lead healthy active lives.

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Being active with a disability or health condition

Being active with a disability or health condition

An everyday guide to being active for people living with an impairment or health condition.

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Tamara’s Walking Football Story

Tamara’s Walking Football Story

Tamara tells us how she has grown to love walking football.

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Man V Fat

Man V Fat

Man v Fat Football was designed to inspire and encourage men who want to lose weight to take part in a sport where they can become healthier both physically and...

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How much is enough?

Want to know how much physical activity you should be doing? Read our guidelines to find out more.

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Read the blog

Check out our blog for lots more activity suggestions and expert guides from the team and our friends.

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Sign up to Kent Sport’s FREE activity tracker to monitor your progress as you become more active.

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