Women’s Sport Week is an opportunity for everybody involved with playing, delivering, leading or working in sport to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of women’s sport across the UK.
Women’s Sport Week 2016 (3 – 9 October)
The objective of Women's Sport Week is to celebrate and showcase women’s sport at every level, from the grassroots to the elite, and highlight the incredible contribution that women make to sport. The overall aim is to get more women and girls physically active and playing sport.
Women's Sport Week is back for its second year, but let's look back on some of the amazing things that happened during last year's inaugural campaign.
Organisations all over the UK are putting on sessions and classes for Women's Sport Week 2016. Here's a list of what's going on near you.
One of the overall aims of Women's Sport Week is to get more coverage of women's sports across different media. Here we will keep a track and bring you what's been going on in the press, on TV and online during #WSW16.
Your stories: you tell us what you have coming up in Women's Sport Week and how you've been preparing.
This week, you'll be able to hear from a wide variety of people involved with women's sport.
It is never too late to get involved so sign up and be part of Women's Sport Week!
Sport has the potential to transform the lives of women and girls for the better, yet the opportunities are not always there for them. We need your help to create a future where everyone can benefit from sport – regardless of gender