Youth Sport Trust launches new partnership with sporting retailer Decathlon

The Youth Sport Trust is delighted to announce a new partnership with Decathlon, the world’s largest sporting retailer.

The Youth Sport Trust is delighted to announce a new partnership with Decathlon, the world’s largest sporting retailer.

Decathlon’s mission aligns very closely to that of the Trust – Decathlon want to make sports as accessible as possible for as many people as possible, believing that being active and discovering new sports every day is an important part of a healthy lifestyle.

With over 70 sports under one roof, Decathlon are committed to encouraging more schools and families to try out new and exciting sports with in-store experts to guide them through what they need to make informed choices at affordable prices.

In partnership with YST, Decathlon are proud to present their schools offer of sports clothing and equipment, with high quality at affordable prices, free delivery for all orders over £30 and the option to pay by invoice. The dedicated Decathlon team is ready to make sure that all schools can make their budgets work harder than ever as well as introducing new sports into school sports offer.

Decathlon will be a supporting partner for National School Sport Week 2019 and have already committed to supporting YST’s Conference and Exhibition in 2020 together with supporting schools.

Find out more about Decathlon in our Resources and Learning library.

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