Sports activity benefit

Sports activity benefit is for sports clubs and schools to organise the sports activities of Tallinn's children, young people and amateurs with impairments, aged between 4 and 19 and persons with permanent disablement (at least 40%).
Main requirements to receive the benefit:
1. According to the Population Register, the amateur is a citizen of Tallinn
2. The amateur is registered to a sports club or school
3. Application by an amateur with active legal capacity or by the amateur's legal representative (electronic notification, application) in favour of one sports club or school (electronic verification can be carried out in the citizen's portal www.eesti.ee. To receive detailed instructions, see the stages of the procedure).
4. A coach with at least II qualification level is dealing with the amateurs.

More information is available in Tallinn sports portal!

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1. Select the type of applying:

Fill out the sports activity benefit application form and the list of amateurs and trainers.

Personal identification

Amateur with active legal capacity or the amateur's legal representative (generally a parent) must electronically confirm, via the State Portal http://www.eesti.ee/, which sports club or school will receive the sports activity benefit. Confirmation must be made even when the amateur is in only sports club or school list. CHOOSE YOUR OR YOUR CHILD'S SPORTS CLUB HERE

What to do with the form

Send a standard application with all necessary materials, bearing your digital signature, to ppsna@tallinnlv.ee by November 1st.

Application reception confirmation

The application will be registered in the documentation management system.

Result

1. Based on the committee’s decision the department director will decide on allocation or denial.
2. A contract for sports benefit allocation from Tallinn's budget will be concluded with the applicant or in case of denial the materials will be returned.
3. Report will be submitted by January 15th after the benefit period has ended. If the contract with the benefit receiver is terminated prematurely, the benefit receiver is obliged to submit a standard report to the administrative agency about the use of the benefit within one month after the contract has ended.

What to do when the result is unsatisfactory:

Pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act it is possible to submit a challenge to the directive or to contest it in Tallinn Administrative Court (Pärnu mnt 7, Tallinn 15082) within 30 days since the directive has been communicated.

Tallinna Spordi- ja Noorsooamet
Contacts
Official: Janek Küppar
Address: Vabaduse väljak 10b
Telephone: 6404586
E-mail: janek.kyppar@tallinnlv.ee
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Official: Kaili Kukumägi
Address: Vabaduse väljak 10b
Telephone: 6404698
E-mail: kaili.kukumagi@tallinnlv.ee
Web address: look
Comment:
Office hours
M (08:15 - 18:00)
Tu (08:15 - 17:00)
W (08:15 - 17:00)
Th (08:15 - 17:00)
F (08:15 - 16:00)

1. Fill out the sports activity benefit application form and the list of amateurs and trainers.
2. Come to Tallinn Sports and Youth Department, Vabaduse väljak 10b, Tallinn.

Personal identification

Amateur with active legal capacity or the amateur's legal representative (generally a parent) must electronically confirm, via the State Portal http://www.eesti.ee/, which sports club or school will receive the sports activity benefit. Confirmation must be made even when the amateur is in only sports club or school list. CHOOSE YOUR OR YOUR CHILD'S SPORTS CLUB HERE

What to do with the form

Submit the next year's signed application with all necessary additional materials to an official by November 1st.

Result

1. Based on the committee’s decision the department director will decide on allocation or denial.
2. A contract for sports benefit allocation from Tallinn's budget will be concluded with the applicant or in case of denial the materials will be returned.
3. Report will be submitted by January 15th after the benefit period has ended. If the contract with the benefit receiver is terminated prematurely, the benefit receiver is obliged to submit a standard report to the administrative agency about the use of the benefit within one month after the contract has ended.

What to do when the result is unsatisfactory:

Pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act it is possible to submit a challenge to the directive or to contest it in Tallinn Administrative Court (Pärnu mnt 7, Tallinn 15082) within 30 days since the directive has been communicated..

Tallinna Spordi- ja Noorsooamet
Contacts
Official: Janek Küppar
Address: Vabaduse väljak 10b
Telephone: 6404586
E-mail: janek.kyppar@tallinnlv.ee
empty   
Official: Kaili Kukumägi
Address: Vabaduse väljak 10b
Telephone: 6404698
E-mail: kaili.kukumagi@tallinnlv.ee
Web address: look
Comment:
Office hours
M (08:15 - 18:00)
Tu (08:15 - 17:00)
W (08:15 - 17:00)
Th (08:15 - 17:00)
F (08:15 - 16:00)

Fill out the sports activity benefit application form and the list of amateurs and trainers.

Personal identification

Amateur with active legal capacity or the amateur's legal representative (generally a parent) must electronically confirm, via the State Portal http://www.eesti.ee/, which sports club or school will receive the sports activity benefit. Confirmation must be made even when the amateur is in only sports club or school list. CHOOSE YOUR OR YOUR CHILD'S SPORTS CLUB HERE

What to do with the form

Send the next year's application, signed and with necessary additional materials, to Tallinn Sports and Youth Department, Vabaduse väljak 10b, 10146 Tallinn, by November 1st.

Application reception confirmation

Documents that were delivered to the department will be registered.

Result

1. Based on the committee’s decision the department director will decide on allocation or denial.
2. A contract for sports benefit allocation from Tallinn's budget will be concluded with the applicant or in case of denial the materials will be returned.
3. Report will be submitted by January 15th after the benefit period has ended. If the contract with the benefit receiver is terminated prematurely, the benefit receiver is obliged to submit a standard report to the administrative agency about the use of the benefit within one month after the contract has ended.

What to do when the result is unsatisfactory:

Pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act it is possible to submit a challenge to the directive or to contest it in Tallinn Administrative Court (Pärnu mnt 7, Tallinn 15082) within 30 days since the directive has been communicated.