At Next Level Sports (NLS), we are looking to break down the barriers between youth and high-quality sports training. We are looking to fill the gap between recreational sports and competitive sports to allow youth from all backgrounds and skills to continue to learn and grow in sport.
Through community partnerships, we hope to build strong ties to the sports community in London, and ensure that all athletes, regardless of skill and ability, have access to the programming they deserve.
Program offerings will continue to be updated as we confine to solidify and plan programs.
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A year-long program for high school youth. Join us Tuesdays and Thursdays for open gym, DIY supper club and fitness room. Work with our coaches who have experience in sport, fitness and coaching!
Open Gym: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 to 4:00 pm. Games, challenges and organized sport for 60 minutes. General themes will be posted on our socials each week.
DIY Supper Club: 4:00 to 5:30 pm, make your own supper! Different meals each day, have fun with food and eat with staff and friends!
Fitness Room: 5:00 to 7:00 in the fitness room on the first floor. Set goals, try our weekly challenges and work with our coaches each week!
Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, during the school year
Ages: High school
Cost: BGC Youth Membership ($50 per youth, valid for one year starting on the date of purchase)
Click here to register for NLS Academy!
Through a partnership with Junction Climbing Centre, we are so excited to bring a bouldering program to London Youth! BGC London will be providing transportation from the Club to J2 (1828 Blue Heron Dr.).
Bouldering is a challenging, fun, exciting way to learn rock climbing.
We have lots of volunteer opportunities for high school and post-secondary students. We have a volunteer coordinator who processes all of our volunteers to process background checks, and reference checks and aligns you with programs that best support your goals.
OR Email Erin Carter at [email protected] for more information about volunteer opportunities with NLS.
Coach launches volleyball league for London girls looking to see themselves in sport (read on CBC London)
Our program model is based on the community's need for a structured, organized sports program that allows athletes to move through programming at their own pace. By using a levelled model, and an individualized approach to training/goal setting, we can help participants achieve individual goals.