9 – 23 October 2014

FARE poster


LITC is supporting FARE’s Football People weeks that challenge discrimination and celebrate the contribution we all make to football, wherever we live, whatever our connection to the game, whatever our background.


Football People weeks aim to:

• Increase public awareness of discrimination in football
• Create a united front by bringing together everyone in football
• Develop ideas and new practices that challenge exclusion


To learn about events in your area or how to get involved, check out FARE’s website.

To receive your own Football People weeks’ posters, Ali stickers and supporter wrist bands drop into to LITC.


Ali Equality




FA Level 1 Football Coaching


From November 2014, LITC will offer FA Level 1 Football Coaching as part of the the Evening Standard Dispossessed London United campaign.

This opportunity provides free Coaching qualifications for 16 to 24 year olds on the FA Football Level 1 accredited Coaching programme. Over the next 6 months, a number of FA Football Coaching courses will be delivered.

To learn more, visit LITC’s FA Football page here.



LITC’s Get Active Sports is in the lime light!

LITC’s new Sports project: Get Active Sports is being used as a case study by Sported.

To learn more, see here.



Learn more about LITC – read our 2014 Improving Local Communities brochure

LITC – Improving Local Communities – Jan 2014


Services Overview

Screen Shot 2013-02-04 at 11.21.56Through LITC’s innovative One-Stop-Shop services, we engage and support Young People; Families; and Communities: to connect, to overcome barriers and to develop skills to give back to their local societies, including at national and European level, mobilising informal and formal educational tools, such as Training and Sport.

LITC assist our customers to participate in Sport and Physical Exercise, develop new Skills and move towards long term employment, developing diverse skills and careers in a range of different industries. Read more on LITC Services.


LITC specialises in intense and life changing programmes, including:

  • Sport for Development
  • Youth Exchanges
  • Volunteering, Democracy and Citizenship projects
  • Skills development
  • Apprenticeships & Work-Based Learning

Other services include:

  • Skills Support for the Unemployed
  • Information, Advice & Guidance
  • Industry-focused Short Courses

LITC is a pioneering NGO and social enterprise providing Youth citizenship, Volunteering and international exchange programmes, Community engagement projects, Sport for Development programmes and Apprenticeships for young people in a range of dynamic contexts including training qualifications.

LITC supports Young People in the UK and abroad to be aspirational, participate in opportunities and develop skills and experience, building a strong foundation for their future careers. LITC’s Sport for Development projects encourages participation, social       inclusion, gender equality and the use of sport to breakdown barriers, end conflict and promote human development through working with young people and with the organisation’s that support young people and their wider  communities through training, skills and awareness.

Latest News

EU Sportastic!

  • October 7, 2014

Erasmus+ EU Sportastic! LITC is arranging a Youth Exchange to Hungary for young people living

FA Level 1 Coaching

  • October 7, 2014

LITC & The Evening Standard’s Dispossessed Fund team up to offer young people in South

LITC’s is recruiting!

  • April 3, 2014

LITC is recruiting for a Sales Consultant LITC is seeking to recruit a performance-focused and


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