The Army Sport Control Board (ASCB) was formed in 1918 and is the regulatory body for sport played in the British Army at all levels. It is funded by both public and non-public funds
Earlier this year @ArmySquash provided an incredibly eye-opening, challenging and invaluable experience for England [...]
Earlier this year @ArmySquash provided an incredibly eye-opening, challenging and invaluable experience for England Squash Academy players, enabling them to [...]
Army Reserve Sport is now part of ASCB. Teams and individuals can now compete in Regular Army Competitions.
The Army Sports Lottery provides an essential source of non-public funding for sport. Members can win attractive prizes and apply for a range of grants.
Sponsorship provides additional non-public funding for sport. For more information please visit the recently launched Team Army initiative.
The Army Elite Sport Programme (AESP) is a new initiative launched using the £1.4m donation following the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Army Sport Control Board
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