Not In My Game is supported by a number of partners led by two dynamic grassroots organisations Radical Middle Way and Sport For Life!.
- Sport for Life! is a community education cricket organisation which uses a love of cricket to help inspire personal development and improved academic performance in young people.
- Radical Middle Way is a revolutionary, grassroots initiative that rejects all forms of terrorism and works to further an understanding of Islam that is dynamic and proactive.
If you or your organisation would like to join the Not In My Game coalition then please email partners@NotInMyGame.com.
Radical Middle Way
Radical Middle Way is a revolutionary, grassroots initiative that rejects all forms of terrorism and works to further an understanding of Islam that is dynamic and proactive.
Sport for Life
Sport for Life! is a community education cricket organisation which uses a love of cricket to help inspire personal development and improved academic performance in young people.
England and Wales Cricket Board
The England and Wales Cricket Board is the governing body for all cricket in England and Wales. ECB provides support for the game far beyond the boundaries of just international and first class cricket.
Middlesex County Cricket Club
Middlesex County Cricket Club is one of England’s top cricket clubs. It was founded in 1863 and plays most of its home games at the famous Lord’s Cricket Ground.
Local Leagues Ltd
Local Leagues Ltd is a voluntary organisation founded in 1996 to provide organised sustainable sport and recreational activities for children and their families living in deprived communities across Birmingham
Ashram is a not-for-profit organisation with charitable status which provides community-inspired housing & services in the West Midlands. Ashram encompasses three areas: Health & Social Care, Housing, & Research and Policy
The International Cricket Council
The International Cricket Council (ICC) is the international governing body of cricket. The ICC is responsible for the promotion, protection and organisation of cricket across the globe.
Pakistan International XI
Pakistan International XI has been formed by TouchSky Sports and Woking F.C. to develop football at grassroots level in Pakistan and help Pakistanis with an interest in football either in England or Pakistan to realise their potential.
is a dedicated sports agency helping professional athletes and sports clubs realise their potential. Founders Ahmer Kunwar and Clem Leech created Pakistan International XI together with Woking F.C. Chairman Shahid Azeem.
Woking Football Club
Woking Football Club, known as the Cardinals, Cards for short, was formed in 1889. The team currently plays in Blue Square South. Chairman Shahid Azeem is one of the founders of Pakistan International XI.
Clubs for Young People
CYP is UK-wide network of clubs, services, projects and activities providing support for young people in their local communities.
FATIMA Women’s Network
FATIMA Women’s Network is dedicated to bringing about positive change in the lives of women and in particular, women and families from diverse communities and disadvantaged backgrounds.
CCPR is an independent umbrella organisation for national governing and representative bodies of sport and recreation in the UK.
AFMA (Armed Forces Muslim Association)
AFMA provides representation and support for Muslims serving in the British Armed Forces.
Leytonstone County CC
Leytonstone County CC is a cricket club based in Leyton at the former Essex County Ground. The likes of Sir Don Bradman to Richie Richardson have played at the ground.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club
Yorkshire County Cricket Club was founded in 1863. It won the first of its record thirty County Championship titles in 1893 and the last in 2001.
Surrey Cricket Club
SCC is one of the 18 professional county clubs which make up the English domestic cricket structure, representing the historic county of Surrey.
Kent County Cricket Club
Kent County Cricket Club is one of the 18 first class county cricket clubs in England. The Kent Spitfires play at the St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury county and are affiliated with all clubs and schools in the area.
Mosaic delivers programmes which provide support to young Muslims from socially deprived areas, with a particular focus on mentoring. Mosaic was set up by the Prince of Wales and is partnered with Business in the Community
Sport United (Prince’s Trust)
The Prince’s Trust believes that sport can help young people develop skills such as confidence, teamwork, communication and discipline, qualities which are also required in the world of work.
Minhaj-ul-Quran International (MQI) is a broad based Islamic organisation representing a moderate vision of Islam and Sufism, working for peace and integration.
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