Surrey Youth Games

Specsavers Surrey Youth Games 2018

The 22nd annual Specsavers Surrey Youth Games is taking place on the 23 and 24 June 2018. The event will be hosted once again at the fantastic Surrey Sports Park in Guildford. Please note that the Games will take place one week later than usual, meaning it no longer falls on the Fathers Day weekend.

The opening date for registration for the Specsavers Surrey Youth Games 2018 has been pushed back and will now be Monday 5 March. This is due to organisational changes, which need to be communicated when participants sign up. 

Specsavers Surrey Youth Games 2017

The 21st annual Specsavers Surrey Youth Games took place at Surrey Sports Park in Guildford on 17 and 18 June. In sweltering heat, Team Epsom & Ewell battled it out with the 10 other boroughs and districts who compete in the Surrey Youth Games.

With a fantastic tally of 12 medals, including 3 gold, 5 silver and 4 bronze, Team Epsom & Ewell finished runners-up to Woking in the Overall Borough Trophy. This is the third time in three years that Woking and Epsom & Ewell have taken the two top spots and demonstrates remarkable consistency for both boroughs. Epsom & Ewell came away with the Highest team Entry Award with a total of 33 teams competing across the 15 sports available. This once again highlights the enthusiasm that the young people in Epsom & Ewell have for the Surrey Youth Games.  

To view the results from last years Specsavers Surrey Youth Games please click here.

If you want to find out more about the Surrey Youth Games you can visit the Active Surrey website or contact the Leisure Developments team.

About the Surrey Youth Games

The Specsavers Surrey Youth Games is the largest annual youth sports competition in the County. More than 2,000 competitors take part, representing the 11 boroughs and districts in Surrey in an Olympic style event. The Games are a great way for young people to get involved in a new sport and benefit from free coaching!

Epsom & Ewell finished as overall runners-up in the Surrey Youth Games in 2016 and in 2017 and last won the trophy in 2015.