Over 800 schools across the country take part in ‘mini Paralympic’ multi-sport competitions for secondary or primary school children, along with dedicated football, boccia and swimming programmes. Panathlon has in the last few years trained thousands of young leaders (2,190 in 2017) aged 14-19, who act as sports officials for Panathlon competitions. If you are new to Panathlon, please take a look at the video (at the bottom of the page) to get a flavour of what we are all about.
+3,067 increase on 2015/16
+249 increase on 2015/16
+6 increase on 2015/16
+600 increase on 2015/16
All the latest results, competition dates and training dates.
|Monday 5th||Merseyside||Greenbank Sports Academy||Girls Football|
|Tuesday 6th||North||Doncaster Deaf Trust||Regional Deaf Boccia|
|Tuesday 6th||Bristol||Tenpin St. Phillips Marsh||Primary 10-Pin Bowling|
|Tuesday 6th||Yorkshire||Concord||10 Pin Bowling|
|Tuesday 6th||London||UEL Sports Dock||East London Multi-Sports Final:
Waltham Forest, Redbridge, B&D, Havering, Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Newham, Islington
|Wednesday 7th||London||Oakington Manor School||Primary Brent|
|Thursday 8th||Gloucester||Gloucester Leisure Centre||Primary|
|Thursday 8th||Durham||Freeman's Quay, Durham||Durham City Primary|
|Thursday 8th||London||Westway Sports Centre||Multi-Sport North London: Barnet, Enfield, Haringey, Camden, Harrow, Westminster, H&F, Brent|
|Thursday 8th||Merseyside||Greenbank Academy||Primary|
|Friday 9th||Hull||Costello Stadium||Primary|
|Monday 12th||Merseyside||Greenbank Academy||Powerchair Day: Power Hockey|
|Tuesday 13th||West Midlands||Nechells Wellbeing Centre||Regional Lord's Taverners Boccia|
|Wednesday 14th||London||Sobell TBC, Islington||Powerchair Hockey North London|
|Thursday 15th||London||Coopers School, Bromley||Powerchair Hockey South London|
|Thursday 15th||Merseyside||Greenbank Academy||Multi Sport|
|Thursday 15th||Regional||Stoke Mandeville Stadium||Primary|
|Thursday 15th||Regional||Stoke Mandeville Stadium||Multi-Sports Regional Final|
|Friday 16th||Gloucestershire||Cirencester College||Primary|
|Monday 19th||Merseyside||Greenbank Academy||LD Basketball KS4|
|Tuesday 20th||Bristol||Tenpin St. Phillips Marsh||Secondary 10-Pin Bowling|
|Tuesday 20th||South||Guildford Spectrum||South England Regional Multi-Sports Final|
|Wednesday 21st||Gloucester||Chipping Campden School||Primary|
|Thursday 22nd||Essex||Columbus School & College||Essex North Semi-Finals|
|Thursday 22nd||London||Caterham High School, Redbridge||Redbridge Primary Panathlon|
|Friday 23rd||Suffolk||Pakefield High School||Lord's Taverners Regional Boccia|
|Monday 26th||London||Crystal Palace National Sports Centre||London South Finals:
Southwark, Lambeth, Croydon, Lewisham, Greenwich, Bexley, Bromley, K&C
|Tuesday 27th||Suffolk - South||Ipswich School Sports Centre||South Suffolk Primary Final|
|Thursday 27th||Yorkshire- South||EIS||PMLD Woolley Woods|
|Tuesday 27th||London||St Mary's University College||Multi-sport West London Finals:
Wandsworth, Sutton, Merton, Kingston, Hillingdon, Ealing, Hounslow, Richmond
|Wednesday 28th||Essex||William Edwards School||Essex South Semi-FInals|
Unfortunately there are no planned events this month, click below to view all eventsView all
|TEAM||Boccia||Table Cricket||Kurling||Polybat||Athletics Field||Athletics Races||TOTAL||Placings|
|Southview & Doucecroft||8||8||10||4||10||10||50||1st|
|Marketfield & Shorefield||10||6||6||6||4||6||38||3rd|
Find out what has been going on at the Panathlon Challenge.
Panathlon hosted the South England Champions final at the Guildford Spectrum Sports Centre, involving the county champions from Surrey,...
60 children from 6 schools across Merseyside, took part in the KS4 Basketball competition held at Greenbank Sports Academy....
14 teams from across the country took part in a very exciting and competitive tournament. The standard of play...
Panathlon is so inclusive. We’ve got kids with physical disabilities, some in wheelchairs, autistic children and kids with learning difficulties. It’s a very inclusive event, which is exactly what we’re looking for.
Panathlon is proving so popular that even able-bodied children are wanting to get involved now!
Panathlon means everything to the kids. There’s nothing else for them where they can compete at sport, so it means the world to them. If it wasn’t for Panathlon they wouldn’t be competing.
It’s brilliant. It’s a fantastic event and an ideal opportunity for our students. There are so many learning opportunities today: just to travel here, getting changed in a different environment, social skills, meeting different people, listening to instructions that they have to follow. They’ve done really well.
I feel like a real sportsman doing wheelchair slalom. Panathlon is great because it’s only disabled people that can take part and I got near my personal best today.
I’ve really enjoyed Panathlon. It’s really helped me to be more confident and to get more involved in sport. A few years ago I couldn’t have imagined myself here.
The Mayor and I are delighted to be supporting the Panathlon Final, the culmination of a year-long programme of fantastic sporting activity. The Panathlon Foundation do incredible work that benefits thousands of young disabled Londoners and their appearance at the Copper Box Arena in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is a fitting finale to the year.
I always thought that I wasn’t the sporty kind and wouldn’t be good at sport, but I got selected for Panathlon and, as I’ve got older, I’ve realised that I’m quite good at it and I’ve really enjoyed it. It’s great to know that sport is available for everyone.
Panathlon really helps form the backbone of the PE activities that we do. We start in primary school so that kids get a taste, then it’s something that they aspire to take part in when they move up the school.
I knew we would win again. I just knew it. This is fantastic. I am very excited and happy. I just love the table cricket, which we won a gold in too.