Who we are
 
Active Stirling Ltd was established in 2006 and has been delivering sport and physical activity services throughout the Stirling area.  We believe in the power of sport and physical activity to make a positive impact across the whole community from improving basic health to creating medal winning athletes.
 
Our five core business areas as a company are:
 
Health and wellbeing
The aim of our health & wellbeing service is to engage with all communities across Stirling offering physical activity opportunities that will impact positively on health and wellbeing for everyone.
  
Active Schools
Active Schools is a sportscotland led programme designed to encourage children and young people to get active and stay active.
 
Club & Sport Development
Active Stirling in partnership with ClubSport Stirling and Scottish Governing Bodies of Sport have lead the development of a strong, sustainable infrastructure of sports clubs throughout Stirling’s communities.
 
Coaching & Employability
We will lead the development of coaching and coaching practice across Active Stirling to deliver high quality opportunities to the Stirling Community. In partnership with ClubSport Stirling support coaches and volunteers within Stirling communities’ to access funding opportunities. We will work with partners to deliver a range of employability programmes and aim to be recognised locally as a leading employer of young people.
 
Operations
Active Stirling manages the sport estate at Stirling Sports Village, offering a wide range of opportunities for the local community to participate in physical activity and sport at The PEAK and Forthbank performance sport centre. We strive to deliver a high level of customer service at all times ensuring the facilities are fit for purpose, safe and well maintained.
 
 
Have a look at some of our key highlights here -
 
Strategic review 2015 - 2016
 
 
As part of our strategy our 2020 vision is:

'To be a national leader in sport and physical activity
and deliver high quality opportunities to the Stirling communities.'