A youth club or youth social club is a place where young people can meet and enjoy activities such as football, soccer, basketball, table tennis, or video games, or religious activities. Many youth clubs are set up to provide young people with activities designed to keep them off the streets and out of trouble, and to give them a job and an interest in activity. Some youth clubs can have a particular compelling force, such as music, spiritual/religious guidance and advice or characteristics such as determination. In the United Kingdom, Clubs for Young People (formerly known as the National Association of Boys' Clubs) is a national network of over 3,000 voluntary youth clubs, youth groups and projects. In the United States, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America is one of the most popular (or well known) youth clubs.
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