Clackmannanshire Sports Council

Connecting, developing and championing sport and physical activity in Clackmannanshire

Clackmannanshire Sports Council has a Board of dedicated volunteers from the local sporting community who work hard to connect, develop and champion our affiliated clubs and individuals, promoting active and healthy lifestyles through the many sporting opportunities available in the Wee County.

We have a significant range of sports clubs varying in size, numbers, abilities and interests, with over 30 sports and physical activities represented.  Our meetings connect our clubs together so they can share in best practice and we regularly bring in subject matter experts in fields as varied as volunteer support, funding workshops and first aid courses, to help them develop.  Clackmannanshire Sports Council works hard to champion our member clubs, individuals and organisations at both a local and national level. 

We fortunate to have excellent links with our Council – not only our Council’s Sport & Leisure Service, but our Provost is our Honorary President and we are regularly supported by two local councillors.  We work closely with a wide range of partner organisations and Scottish Governing Bodies, including Scottish ClubSport, the national body for Sports Councils and ClubSport networks.

With the Council’s investment in a new Wellbeing Hub & Lochies School development in Alloa West, it’s an exciting time to be involved in sport in Clackmannanshire.  You can find out more here.

Our Members


The Sports Council enables all sports to connect with each other at our quarterly meetings, where experience and advice can be shared.  As well as at our awards evening which showcases our local sports heroes and volunteers.


In partnership with the Council’s Sport and Leisure team and our national partners, we assist our members to develop, learning from external subject matter experts, to finding out about others’ best practice from networking.  Our grants assist Clubs and individuals to develop and be the best that they can be.


We have a long history of developing athletes, from those who just enjoy physical activity, to those who compete on the international stage – as the Wee County, we punch well above our weight!  Our evening sports awards champion the best athletes and volunteers from across the County.

Our latest news

Our AGM – 30 May 24

The Sports Council AGM will take place on Thursday 30th May at 7pm in Alloa Rugby Club. If you are involved in a club or any sport you are welcome to come along. If you want to join the committee you would be welcome but you can also attend the meeting without the need to join the committee.

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Badminton School Shield

Alloa Academy retain School Shield at Clacks Badminton Championships – This year’s competition was held at Alva Academy, making this the seventh consecutive year that they have hosted the tournament. Organised by the council’s sport and leisure team, 54 pupils from Alloa, Alva and Lornshill Academies took part.

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Find out what is going on in Clackmannanshire:


ClacksLife is bringing Clackmannanshire together in one location, making it easier for you to find the services and events our amazing County has to offer. ClacksLife aims to inspire the people of Clackmannanshire to get involved in sport, leisure and physical activity to improve their health and wellbeing. ClacksLife offers information and signposts you to facilities, activities and programmes that are suitable to your age and needs.

Clackmannanshire Council Leisure Pages

Click here to find out about the Council sports facilities available within the County.

Clackmannanshire Wellbeing Hub and Lochies School

The Council is investing in a new Wellbeing Hub and Lochies School, which will be built at the Alloa West Pavilion site. It will be a location for a new specialist school for unique learners, and a place for the Clackmannanshire community to be physically active, connect with others - and to live well.