Twilight Sports

Twilight Sports
Young people playing basketball
Twilight Sports is a free, seven-week, non-competitive indoor sports program aimed at encouraging participation and fun for 12-18 year olds. Twilight Sports canterbury bankstown #CFS​ervices - Twilight Sports is a free, seven-week, non-competitive indoor sports program aimed at encouraging participation and fun for 12-18 year olds. Youth Services; Youth Programs; What's On
Young people playing basketball

Introducing Eat, Train, Play!

Join us for a healthy dinner before the session, jog through some skills and drills run by our expert coaches, then jump into some competitive, but fun, games! 

  • Where: Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre, 150 Belmore Road North, Riverwood
  • Time: 6-9pm
  • Cost: $5 per session
  • Who: Ages 14 - 24 years
  • When:
    • Tuesday 23 April - Basketball
    • Tuesdays 9 & 16 July - Basketball
    • Tuesdays 13 & 20 August for 18-24 years - Volleyball

Twilight Sports

Twilight Sports is a  non-competitive indoor sports program aimed at encouraging social inclusion and participation for young people aged 12-18 in a fun way. The program is designed to engage young people in our community through sport in a safe, supervised environment and benefits them by:

  • Providing positive role models
  • Giving access to local youth and support services
  • Offering opportunities to participate in a variety of physical team sports
  • Promoting safe activities out of school hours
  • Building self-esteem and resilience in young people.

Term dates

  • Term 2: Fridays, 17 May-28 June, Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre, Riverwood - Soccer
  • Term 3: Saturdays, 10 August-21 September, Bankstown Basketball Stadium, Condell Park - Basketball
  • Term 4: Fridays, 25 October-6 December, Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre, Riverwood - Volleyball
  • Time: 7-10.30pm
  • Cost: $20 per person or $30 per family (refundable with 100% attendance/refer a new friend - let staff know on grand final night otherwise you'll receive free rego to the next term's program). Email if you require assistance with payment.

The Twilight Sports program includes dinner, uniforms and  transport from two local train stations to the venue then home at the end of the night if you live within the LGA. It is also a safe place where young people are encouraged to participate in life skills workshops in order to become more physically, socially and mentally healthy. 

Both players and volunteers are encouraged to: 

  • Enjoy the spirit of the game and not focus on winning
  • Use the games to build both playing skills and interpersonal relationships
  • Give all players an opportunity, regardless of skills and experience.
The program also offers volunteering opportunities and training for other members of the community  – please scroll down for more information on this.
  • Sportsmanship
  • Teamwork
  • Appreciation
  • Respect

Volunteering - Get involved

The program couldn't run without the generosity and support of our wonderful community and we are always looking for new volunteers who want to give back to their local community.

Volunteering positions available - experience welcome, but not required: 

  • Team manager/assistant (experience not needed);
  • General assistant (checking in players and volunteers on arrival and uniform allocation);
  • Bus driver;
  • Bus assistant (navigator); and 
  • Bus logistics (scheduling the bus transport for players catching the bus home).

A big thank you from the participants to all volunteers who attend week after week, wash shirts & tablecloths and drive buses, Twilight Sports couldn't run successfully without your encouragement, input & support.

sideline view of two basketball teams


For more information, contact the Youth Projects Officer on 9707 9092 or email​


The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.