The 2025 World Police & Fire Games will be hosted throughout the Greater Birmingham region from June 27 to July 6. The local planning and management team is the Birmingham Host Committee. Sports Coordinators for the 2025 World Police & Fire Games (WPFG) will be part of the overall Sports Competition Team. This team will assist in planning, overall competition coordination, and gametime implementation of each sport. Each Sports Coordinator will be assigned a specific area or sport.
This volunteer role will be part of the foundation creating a successful competition plan in coordination with all appropriate organizations, including WPFG Federation Sport Directors, Sport Technical Teams, Venue Staff, and BHM 2025 Staff.
Responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following:
In general, this position will require an average minimum of 5-10 hours a month in 2023. After your sport is assigned and Games time approaches, the hours will likely increase to an average of 20-30 hours per month. Each sport will require a different number of hours to fulfill the tasks. Once your sport is assigned, you will receive a more detailed job description outlining all the tasks associated with that specific sport.
Note: Time off will be expected around and during the conduct of your sport during the Games period.
Benefits of Being a Sports Coordinator
Being a sport coordinator at a multi-sport event offers a range of benefits, including organizational experience, networking opportunities, skill development, subject matter expertise in a specific sport, exposure to event operations, contribution to sports development, and personal satisfaction.
To show your interest please click the button below to complete the interest form. We will contact you and discuss next steps to becoming part of our team.