A Study on the Development of Non-Profit Youth Sports Clubs in Shanxi Province

Xuncheng JING


This paper has investigated the current situation of the non-profit youth sports clubs in Shanxi province by means of questionnaire, documentary analysis, interview, field investigation and mathematical statistics. The results have shown that the non-profit youth sports clubs in Shanxi Province are all private non-profit organizations, most of which take the responsibility system of the board of directors and are mainly supported by the education departments. Their membership systems are more open to the public and most of their charge on a yearly basis and at a cheap rate. The non-profit youth sports clubs rarely carry out propaganda and hire fewer outside coaches. This study has investigated the present situation of the non-profit youth sports club in Shanxi province, and explored the corresponding countermeasure to promote the healthy development of the non-profit youth sports clubs, hoping to provide some valuable references for the development of other non-profit youth sports club in Shanxi province and in the whole country.


Non-profit; Sports; Club; Development

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9127


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