We have a specific and unique role to play in working to achieve our ambitious vision, but we cannot achieve it alone. So we work in partnership with like-minded people to transform sport for women and girls. Come and join us.
How We’re Doing It
How we’re working with Sport England and other sporting bodies to break down barriers and engage more women and girls in sport
Information on the work we're doing with schools, colleges and universities plus access to resources to help educators engage girls in sport
How we're working collaboratively with a range of experts in disability sport & activity, to help disabled women and girls enjoy being more active.
Women in Sport is delighted to be supporting the Get Out Get Active (GOGA) programme as a national partner.
Our landmark research report, Trophy Women?, tracks the number of women in sport's top leadership roles
Supporting women to break into the sport sector, have great careers and for those who choose to, find their way to the top.
We’ve empowered girls to ask women working in sport all about their day job - from athletes to accountants, coaching to communications. See the results here and share with young girls you know…let’s show more girls what’s possible
Women’s sport and female athletes deserve better. Companies can step up and help transform sport by investing more. And from the way women’s sport is covered, to how much coverage it’s given, the media must do better. See how we are championing the change
We work with - and keep the pressure on - policy makers who can help give women's sport the fairer deal it deserves
Women in Sport is a charity, and it is because of the generous support we receive from funders and donors that we are able to carry out our work to transform sport for the benefit of every woman and girl in the UK.
By investing in Women in Sport you can help us deliver innovative projects that will get women and girls moving
England Lionesses Manager Mark Sampson and four-time Olympic swimming medallist, broadcaster and pioneering sport entrepreneur, Rebecca Adlinghton are Women in Sport's Patrons. Read about their work with the charity here.