Champions Factory Ireland Limited, Dublin based, aims to develop innovations in the field of sport, education, training and youth. The organisation is a member of Champions Factory International Network with official branches in London (UK), Sofia (Bulgaria) and Mersin (Turkey).
The mission of Champions Factory Ireland Limited (ChF IE) is to encourage and support interdisciplinary and inter-collaborative sport research, to serve as a research hub for sport researchers from across Europe, and disseminate sport research results to academics, sport practitioners and to the general public. The world of sport is rapidly evolving and as a result, issues arise with increasing regularity, highlighting the social exclusion in sport.

Our main goal is to create awareness of these questions and to foster creative solutions. ChF IE’s vision is to provide opportunities for independent, organised and focused cross-disciplinary research regarding the sport development in Europe and on World level.
We use and develop the innovative educational methodologies  Education through Sport” methodology, “The path of solutions” methodology;  “Experiential learning”, “10 Principles of Sport”, etc.

ChF IE team is leading number of local, national and international sport entities trainings, focusing on youth empowerment through and in sport, how to engage social groups who are in danger of social exclusion and how to adapt sport programs to be as inclusive as possible.

ChF IE has involved more than 100 young persons with disadvantaged backgrounds (bullied migrants and orphans) of Ireland in local, national and international educational and sport activities. On national level they work in partnership with number of sport, non-non-governmental and educational institutions, with whom we organise inclusive sport programs for migrants and refugees.

As member of Champions Factory International, ChF IE supports the scientific development and testing of the methodology Education through Sport, which builds-up leadership skills in youth and promotes the values of sport (fairness, team building, equality, discipline, inclusion, perseverance and respect).


“Dual-Track Careers for Athletes with Disabilities” Collaborative Partnership Project 

“Stop doping – Swim fare” Collaborative Partnership Project

 “Bullying, discrimination Overcome Game” Collaborative Partnership Project

“Urban Sport and Culture Volunteers” Collaborative Partnership Project 

“Let’s Build a Better Future” Youth Mobility project

“Healthy and Active Youth” Youth Mobility project

As member of Champions Factory International, we provide scientific research contribution to the following projects:

  • “Women empowerment through sport” – trans-continental capacity building in the field of youth project, to be implemented within 24 months in Bulgaria, Italy, Tanzania, Kenya, Nepal and Cambodia. Funded by the ERASMUS+ Program.
    Project number: 590018-EPP-1-2017-1-BG-EPPKA2-CBY-ACPALA
  • “Life after Sport” ERASMUS+ Sport Collaborative Partnership
    Project number: 603311-EPP-1-2018-1-BG-SPOSCP
  • “Lets Take Sport Out of Youth” KA1 Adult Education Staff Mobility project
    Project number: 2018-1-UK01-KA104-047275
  • “Learning through sports” Capacity building in the field of youth project with Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Romania, Bulgaria and UK.
    Project number: 602426-EPP-1-2018-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBY-ACPALA
  • “Education through sport Network” Erasmus+ Sport Small Collaborative Partnership
    Project number: 603294-EPP-1-2018-1-UK-SPO-SSCP
  • “Social care for physical improvement” KA2 Strategic Partnership in the field of youth
    Project number: 2018-3-UK01-KA205-060036


If you would like to partner with us, please contact our International Projects Manager Mrs. Shirin Amin to