Private School Games a multi sport competition tailored for Private Secondary Schools in Nigeria. It is an initiative geared towards cultivating skills, talents and initiating friendships through Sports event management and marketing. PSG has the potential to be a defining engagement for the Nigerian sports framework.


It provides a platform to identify, develop and nurture young talents. Students can participate in a rich range of sports commensurate with their abilities. Through healthy competitions teamwork is fostered, leaders are; identified and molded. Students embark on a journey of self-discovery and learn to appreciate the beauty in diversity.

Happening for the first time in Nigeria, School Games is; set to inspire millions of young sports enthusiasts across Nigerian schools, who will participate in the sporting event. The Games aim to foster healthy friendships and interactions amongst children from diverse ethnicities, thus promoting the one-Nigeria dream via the power of sports.




Has your school registered for the Private School Games? : The biggest Private Secondary School Sports Competition in Nigeria

The organizers are; prepared to host over 50 schools that will compete in the following Sporting activities; Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Handball, Table Tennis, Lawn Tennis, Swimming, Boxing, Fencing and Track and field events.

Adeyemi Egbeoluwa, founder of the Private School Games Initiative states thus; “School Games is; a dream come true. For us, it is an expression of hope in the coming generation and their hidden potentials beyond the conventional formal education. Sports is a vehicle for personal development.

I have also come to realize that Sports competitions are key to the all-round development and growth of our Children. Competitions play a significant role in motivating students to effectively channel physical, mental and emotional strength for excellent performance while reinforcing the possibility mentality in young learners.

The event is Supported by:

– Association of Private Educators in Nigeria (APEN)

– SuperSport

– Lagos State Sports Commission

– Federal Ministry of Youth and Sport Development

– Nigerian Red Cross