Simply enter your keyword and we will help you find what you need.

What are you looking for?

Image Alt



We want to encourage and help local governments to organise events between schools of regular and special needs education. Do you want to make your local events more inclusive? Or are you thinking of organising a new G-sport event? Then we are ready to share our expertise in preparing these events/gatherings.


Together with our host city partners, the Urban Youth Games organise regional and local major sporting events to promote inclusion. We bring children from the 5th and 6th year of primary school together, with and without disabilities, and offer them different sports initiations while encouraging them to embrace the values of inclusion. During the events, we enable children to discover new sports, learn new skills and meet new friends.

Sports sessions are given by professionals from local clubs and/or sports federations.

For whom ?

  • All 5th and 6th grade special and general education students

Event scheduled include:

In 2024:

  • March: Molenbeek (21-22)
  • April: Tournai (5), Wavre (19)
  • May: Seine-Saint-Denis (31)
  • September: Uccle (20)
  • October: Bruges (4), La Louvière (17-18), Mechelen (24-25)

Sports during our events ? 

  • Hockey, tennis, rugby, rowing, poull ball, capoeira, dance, ultimate frisbee, football, tennis, badminton, gymnastics, cecifoot, skateboarding, BMX, … 

Practical informations  

 Timing 9:00 – 15:00

  • Opening ceremony
  • Sportsession 1: morning
  • Lunch
  • Sportsession 2: afternoon
  • Closing ceremony en Medals ceremony

Registration ?  


On the 26th of May 2023, the Urban Youth Games hosted the first National Edition. This monumental event brought together children from all over Belgium to experience the values of inclusion. There was a grand opening ceremony built upon the values of respect, open-mindedness, friendship, and excellence. During this once-in-a-lifetime experience, 1500 children, with and without disabilities, was able to discover different sporting and other fun activities encouraged by Olympic athletes. They were able to forge new friendships and celebrate differences together. They went home with stars in their eyes, hearts full of hope, memories for life, and of course a medal to prove their fair play. 

Our next national edition will be back in 2025!

They participated in the Urban Youth Games + testimony from teachers

Want to watch more aftermovies?