The Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) scheme was introduced in 2002 as an option for sports clubs to register with HMRC to receive 'charity type' tax reliefs provided the club meets certain qualifying conditions. The scheme generally requires less regulation than if a sports club registers as a charity.
Changes to the guidelines were made in 2015.
If your club already is a Community Amateur Sports Club, or you are interested in becoming one, you'll need to make sure your club fits the requirements outlined by HMRC.
The Definitive Guide for Community Amateur Sports Clubs