UK Sports Development Association
90 Paul Street
EC2A 4 NE
t: 0203 355 0695
UK Sports Development Association ( UKSDA ) is the industry body supporting all amateur sports in the UK and UK Sports Clubs. We provide support services to sports people, sports associations, clubs, federations, and local councils, NGA's, NGB's and central government. Our initiatives focus on developing individual athletes, increasing the revenue stream into sports clubs, advocacy and expanding the network of sports clubs throughout the UK. The UKSDA provides mentoring, training, access to funding, lectures, marketing support, coaching, equipement, distance teaching and associated materials to its members. The UK Sports Development Association, UKSDA, UK Sports Tours and the UK Sports Council are the respective trading styles and business units of the UK Sports Development is registered in England & Wales. Registered address: 86-90 Paul Street, London, EC2A 4NE. (c) UK Sports Development 2012 - 2022.
UKSDA operates an online tour business for its members, visitors and customers, this means it does not sell package holidays. What it does do, is let customers build their own tour by giving them access to many different suppliers offering transport, hotel accommodation and club fixtures, thus saving them time, stress and money. As such the UKSDA acts only as a search facility and each product you book with the UKSDA has a separate price and so creates a separate contract.
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