The Aberdeen Youth Games offers a range of opportunities for all members of the Aberdeen community to get involved in an innovative physical activity and global citizenship project.

Pupils, teachers, students, businesses and parents can help make the games a huge success.

Details of opportunities to do so, as well as the latest AYG news, will be listed as they become available. 

  1. 30, May, 2017 Active students enjoy the Aberdeen Youth Games

    Aberdeen Youth Games Running

    Primary school pupils from across Aberdeen had a ball this week at the culmination of a unique sports and health project for children in the Granite City.  

  2. 19, May, 2017 Aberdeen Youth Games ramp up with medal unveiling

    Marta Stachowska

    Preparations for this year’s Aberdeen Youth Games Festival of Sport have reached a head thanks to the winning medal design of a creative primary school pupil.  

  3. 05, September, 2016 RGU students India-bound as part of new health project

    GO India Manipal group

    Twelve students from RGU have set off to spend four weeks delivering health, nutrition and sports sessions to young people in India.  

  4. 25, May, 2016 Pupils have a ball at the Aberdeen Youth Games

    Aberdeen Youth Games 2016 Leigh Group

    Primary school pupils from across Aberdeen put their sporting prowess to the test this week at the culmination of a unique sports and health project for children in the Granite City.  

  5. 18, May, 2016 Final countdown for Aberdeen Youth Games as pupil medal unveiled

    Group Tom Robertson AYG Medal

    A creative primary school pupil has unveiled his winning medal design which has been mass produced for this year’s Aberdeen Youth Games (AYG) Festival of Sport.  

Schools taking part

Schools currently signed up to take part at the Aberdeen Youth Games:

  • Abbotswell
  • Airyhall
  • Ashley Road
  • Braehead
  • Bramble Brae
  • Brimmond
  • Broomhill
  • Charleston
  • Culter
  • Cults
  • Danestone
  • Fernielea
  • Ferryhill
  • Forehill
  • Gilcomstoun
  • Glashieburn
  • Greenbrae
  • Hazlehead
  • Heatheryburn
  • Holy Family RC
  • Kaimhill
  • Kingsford
  • Kingswells
  • Kirkhill
  • Loirston
  • Middleton Park
  • Miltimber
  • Muirfield
  • Quarryhill
  • Scotstown
  • Stoneywood
  • Sunnybank
  • Tullos
  • Walker Road
  • Westpark
  • Woodside

Contact AYG

For further details about the Aberdeen Youth Games, how you can get involved or how you can support the event, contact:

  • Bryan McCann
    Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science, Robert Gordon University