Team Scotland 2022 - 2023
How do you want to be involved?
SportCheer Scotland is looking to hear from and engage with coaches & athletes as we begin planning for Team Scotland 2023. We want to make sure we have a national team framework that matches the needs of the Scottish cheerleading community. You can use the feedback forms below to have your say and let us know how you would like to be involved. Please note that these are not a commitment or formal application, only a note of interest so that SportCheer Scotland can make an informed decision.
Unified National Team Athletes - We are looking for any athletes interested in Team Scotland 2022/2023 to register an interest to gauge interest for next years national team. If you are interested in representing Scotland it is important each individual athlete registers there interest below.
Coaching a National Team - We are looking for applicants keen to coach a unified national team to go to the ICU World Cheerleading Championships. Please note you must have a minimum of 3 years coaching a competitive team in the style you are applying for and be able to provide video proof of previous work.
Training Facilities - We are looking for gyms, dance studios and halls with facilities that can be used for National Team training as well as other Sport Cheer Scotland events.
Support Staff - Volunteers keen on helping out arranging the national team, training, kit, questions and more. Volunteers would be welcomed to help out whenever they can. Once a month, once a quarter, once a year. All support staff would be welcomed no matter how many hours you can commit.
Allstar Team Bid - Applicants can apply below for a bid to take there Allstar Team to ICU as Team Scotland. Please note all applicants will have to become Sport Cheer Scotland members and be expected to wear the same travel / competition day kits as the Unified Teams.
Do you own/coach an allstar team that would be interested in representing your country? Click the link below
Do you have venue that our national team could use for training? Click the link below.