All Com Sports Hubs

  • Oakley & Comrie Community Sport Hub

    Established in 2013, the Oakley & Comrie CSH is represented on the ‘Oakley Futures Group’ which includes all key partners in the community – giving physical activity a strong voice in the area. Although no clubs are based in the villages, sport provisions come from Dunfermline based sports clubs. Clubs: Read more [...]

  • McKane Park Community Sport Hub

    Established in 2015, the McKane Park Community Sport is based around the facility located in South-West Dunfermline. McKane Park is shared between three clubs; Dunfermline & Carnegie Cricket Club, Dunfermline Rugby Football Club, and Dunfermline Squash Club. In 2017, Dunfermline Tennis Club have joined the hub, although not based out Read more [...]

  • Levenmouth Community Sport Hub

    Established in 2013 under the name of ‘Kirkland CSH’, the school-based hub was rebranded when both high schools in the area merged creating the current community campus. Levenmouth Academy is the base for the majority of clubs in the hub, with only a handful operating out of their own facility. Clubs:  Read more [...]

  • Gilvenbank Community Sport Hub

    Established in 2014, Gilvenbank CSH is a two club hub who are looking to use their long awaited clubhouse and changing facility to help them grow in the community. Their base of Gilvenbank Park in Glenrothes provides opportunity for growth and expansion. More information can be found on the Gilvenbank Read more [...]

  • East Neuk Community Sport Hub

    Established in 2016, East Neuk Community Sport is one of Fife’s newest hubs. The hub serves the whole of the East Neuk area from Crail to Largo. The main base for the hub is Waid Community Campus in Anstruther, however some clubs operate from their own site. Clubs: Anster Allsorts Read more [...]

  • Duffus Park Community Sport Hub

    Established in 2013, this community sport hub is based in Duffus Park, Cupar. The majority of member clubs call the park their home which includes a number of clubhouses, pitches and Cupar Sports Centre. Clubs: AM Soccer – http://www.amsoccerclub.org/ Cupar & District Swimming Club – https://cuparswimming.com/ Cupar Bowling Club – Read more [...]

  • Cairneyhill Community Sport Hub

    Established in 2015, the community sport hub is based in the centre of the village in both the primary school and scout hall, as well as the gala field. The hub has strong links to the primary school as well as the adult population of the village. Clubs: Cairneyhill Athletic Read more [...]

  • Burntisland & Kinghorn Community Sport Hub

    Established in 2013, this area-based Community Sport Hub serves the communities of both towns. A small number of clubs use halls and centres as their base, however the vast majority have their own facility. Clubs: Beacon Runners Burntisland Amateur Swimming Club Burntisland Bowling Club Burntisland Golf House Club Burntisland Sailing Read more [...]

  • Balwearie Community Sports Hub

    Established in 2016 this Community Sport Hub is based around Balwearie High School in Kirkcaldy. Some sports clubs use the school as their base, whilst others are based in and around Beveridge Park. Clubs: Beveridge Park Bowling Club Dunnikier Cricket Club Fife Steel Basketball Club Kirkcaldy Badminton Club Kirkcaldy Lawn Tennis Club Read more [...]