Women’s Sport Week involves partners from across the sport sector. Find out who’s making #WSW16 happen

Women in Sport

Women in Sport logoWomen in Sport is the country’s leading charity dedicated to transforming sport for the benefit of every woman and girl in the UK

Sky Sports

Sky Sports LogoSky Sports is the UK’s #1 sports broadcaster, showing women’s sport every week of the year. Sky Sports has offered an unrivalled commitment to women’s sport for over 20 years and this year viewers can enjoy every ball of the summer’s Women’s Ashes, including a women’s Test match for the first time, Ladies European Tour and LPGA Tour golf, The Solheim Cup, Netball World Cup, National Badminton League and US Open tennis.

BBC Sport

BBC Sport’s mission is to bring the nation together around the biggest sporting moments of the year, complemented by high quality journalism, delivered to audiences however and wherever they want it.

British Rowing

British Rowing logoBritish Rowing is the home of the sport of rowing and the GB Rowing Team. Our vision is through rowing, promote the positive impact of sport by providing an enjoyable experience for all participants while upholding our position as a leading rowing nation.

BBC Get inspired

Get Inspired- BBC Sport’s official participation initiative

Sport England

Sport England is committed to helping people and communities across the country create sporting habits for life.

This means investing in organisations and projects that will get more people playing sport and creating opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport.

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What’s On In The Media

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.

Bbc Sport

What’s on the BBC during Women’s Sport Week

Join In!

We’ve got a range of events to suit everyone this Women’s Sport Week.