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Annual Games 2013

SEMSA Annual Games 2013, The Games are family orientated, encouraging families of all abilities to come down and participate in healthy competition! Also, this years 5K & 10K event will include, face painting, bouncy castle and AWAZ FM roadshow!!! Read More

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SEMSA Summer Academy

The concept of the summer academy endeavours to bring children from different backgrounds together using one common interest; sport. The activities within the academy not only mould the young people’s interaction with peers from diverse communities...   Read More

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UK Asian Football Championship

Now in its thirteenth year the event successfully raised the profile of Asians in football at all levels of the games. Seven teams from across the UK and one team from Scotland qualify to play in the tournament. Read More


The Scottish Ethnic Minority Sports Association (SEMSA) was established in 1990 due to the lack of provisions available to the Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities of Glasgow. Since its inception SEMSA has created and provided culturally sensitive sporting opportunities to the (BME) community.


Now in 2010 SEMSA have taken cognisance of the changing community dynamics and the migration of new communities to the city. As a result of both the demographic change as well as the financial pressure in the current economic climate, SEMSA have evoked a change to a more strategic and inclusive approach.

This inclusiveness allows Scotland’s new and indigenous communities to work towards creating an equal playing field for all communities at both an operational and strategic level.

SEMSA recognises the need to challenge and tackle inequality, racism and discrimination in the field of sport as a core element of its work. SEMSA is one of the leading national sports organisation run by and for BME communities in Glasgow to organise and deliver activities of interest.

UK Asian Football Championship.

Now in its thirteenth year the event successfully raised the profile of Asians in football at all levels of the games. Seven teams from across the UK and one team from Scotland qualify to play in the tournament.. Read More

Womens Football Tournament

The event proved to be a huge success bringing together women from diverse backgrounds and disciplines with one common interest; sport. The day allowed women to take part in competitive sport, encouraging healthier lifestyles but also giving them the opportunity to broaden their social networks.Read More

Summer Academy

The concept of the summer academy endeavours to bring children from different backgrounds together using one common interest; sport. The activities within the academy not only mould the young people’s interaction with peers from diverse communities, but the allow them to have fun taking part in physical activity.Read Moress

Venue: Cartha Queens Park Rugby Club, 92 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow, G41 4SN
Date: 2nd July - 20th July 2012
Time: 9.30am - 3.30pm

 SEMSA in partnership with Glasgow Life and the Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights (CRER) host the Impact of Volunteering on Minority Ethnic Communities seminar.....

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