Trans Active Glasgow

All up-to-date information about Trans Active Glasgow can be found here.

Trans Active Glasgow is a friendly sports and physical activity group where you will have the chance to socialise with other trans people, make friends, and try out new things. We prioritise having a relaxed and supportive environment where there is no assumption of sporting or fitness knowledge or level.

As part of Trans Active Glasgow you can expect:

  • Access to the Trans Active Glasgow facebook group and networking space for trans people in Glasgow interested in getting active.
  • Regular organised events covering a range of activities and sports.
  • Support to organise your own events
  • Sport and community related training sessions and opportunities
  • Support to engage with sports and physical activities outside of the Trans Active Group

These opportunities are completely FREE.

Who can join?

  • You must be transgender or have a trans history, including non-binary people of all genders and experiences of gender, or be questioning your gender.
  • You must be aged 18+
  • You must stay in Greater Glasgow. This includes the following councils: Glasgow City, North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire, West Dunbartonshire, East Dunbartonshire, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, and Inverclyde.

If you’re interested in getting involved, you can request to join the Trans Active Facebook group here. Everything will be communicated via this platform. We are also on Instagram and Twitter. If you don’t have Facebook but would still like to get involved then please email Mat, the Trans Inclusion Officer at LEAP Sports Scotland, on and you can be added to the mailing list for event updates.

We understand that it can be daunting to attend groups such as these, especially if you have faced barriers to sport in the past, so please get in touch for a chat about how we can support you to come along. If you have any access issues to this group please get in touch and we thank you in advance for your patience with this.


Health and Social Care PartnershipNHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde/ Glasgow City Council