Over the last two years, Women in Sport has worked to ensure that every woman and girl in the UK can experience the lifelong benefits of sport.
Women in Sport has been awarded funding generated by players of People’s Postcode Lottery through the Postcode Sport Trust.
Leyton Orient Trust, The Albion Foundation (West Bromwich Albion), Foundation of Light (Sunderland AFC), Middlesbrough FC Foundation and Stoke City Community Trust will join Fulham FC Foundation, who were part of the project’s inaugural pilot year, for year two in the UK.
After a fantastic summer for the British women’s netball, football and athletics teams amongst others, Women in Sport is stepping up its efforts to ensure this translates into more girls and women being active and participating in sports in their day-to-day lives. Currently the inactivity crisis faced...
The Girls Active Awards 2019 was hosted by Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson at the Houses of Parliament on November 6th, with winners and their guests attending, along with a host of Girls Active Ambassadors. Since 2015, Girls Active has been delivered in over 700 primary and secondary schools,...
Women in Sport has launched a new podcast series bringing together insight, advice and expertise from across the sector.