Share your idea and win an operating budget of up to €15,000

Thursday 28 January 2021

With the Road  World Championchips coming up in September, there is no denying that 2021 will be the year of the bicycle in Flanders. With Deeljeidee Sport Vlaanderen is looking for innovative ideas to promote cycling and cycling enthusiasts by launching two challenges. Whoever comes up with the best ideas to innovatively support cycling and the cycling craze in Flanders has a chance of winning an operating budget of up to 15,000 euros. 

In the first challenge of Deeljeidee, Sport Vlaanderen is looking for the best innovative idea for a new type of cycling club where young people can discover the different disciplines of cycling. Do you have a unique concept in which you can creatively combine trial, bmx, freestyle...  into an attractive sports club for youngsters? Then do not hesitate and reach out.   

With the second challenge of Deeljeidee, Sport Flanders is looking for an out-of-the-box sports experience for all sports fans in these bizarre times. The covid-19 measures are not easy on the sports fan and thus Sport Flanders is looking for creative initiatives. They want to bring the competition closer to the supporter in a safe way so sport fans can experience the emotional dimension of their favourite sport again. Think of a direct/interactive way to bring a sporting event closer to the public from a distance that can last even after corona and have a chance of winning the interesting operating budget.


The Deeljeidee action is part of the new SportInnovatieLab of Sport Vlaanderen. The purpose of this new lab is to enable sports policy in Flanders to respond more quickly to a changing society by drawing inspiration from the participating federations, sport clubs… and gaining more insight from them into what is going on in sports in Flanders.  

If you have an idea, surf to for more information. Who knows, you might soon be provided with the necessary financial support to realise your project. The initiative runs until 1 March. 

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