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Welcome to the Specsavers Surrey Youth Games

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The Specsavers Surrey Youth Games 2017 is the largest annual youth multi-sports competition in Surrey. Spread over the weekend of 17-18 June 2017, it saw Surrey's 11 districts and boroughs enter teams of 7 - 16 year olds which they recruited and trained in a variety of sports - including some for young people with disabilities.

This year's Games were the biggest and best yet, with over 2,000 young people enjoying brilliant sunshine and record temperatures as they competed for their local communities. Read the press release.

Please help us keep the Games alive - donate

It takes a huge amount to stage these not-for-profit Games, which are unique in the South East outside London. Please donate to help us keep the event going and give other children from your community the chance to experience their very own local mini Olympics here in Surrey.

  • £6 pays for first aiders to look after your child and a couple of their team mates
  • £12 pays to feed, clothe and show a little love to one of our amazing volunteers
  • £18 pays for half of the medals and trophies your child could win

ALL donations will help make sure your child and others from your community can benefit from future Games.


Find out more about the Surrey Youth Games by watching the video below: 


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The Specsavers Surrey Youth Games continue to grow and develop, especially with the valued support from our new headline sponsors, Specsavers. Having started in 1997, we welcomed venue sponsors, Surrey Sports Park in 2013, the world-class facility that plays host to the Games each year.

The aim of the Games is to develop sport in Surrey, which is achieved through:

  • More young people taking part in competitive sport, and continuing to take part after the Games
  • More sports clubs becoming accredited, improving the quality of sports clubs in Surrey
  • More people becoming qualified in sports coaching and officiating
  • New junior sports clubs or sections being created: for example 2016 saw 15 new junior football teams created across the county

The sports and age groups in the Games reflect this aim, with each event building on that particular sport's wider development plans and the opportunities for players that already exist in the county.

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The event is organised by Active Surrey, in association with each borough and district council in Surrey and a range of sport national governing bodies.

Previous years


Medals Table


Medals Table 


Medals Table


Medals Table


Medals Table


Medals Table


Medals Table