Sunday, 31 May 2020
Over one Million unique visitors, Since Sport4lifes website went live on 30 Aug 07 (1,064,647) and as this translates to a whopping several Million page hits per year, Sportt4life offers the perfect opportunity for anyone looking for a place to advertise.
Sites relating to sport and sport activities in general.
  Web Link Hits
  Link   National Association of Clubs for Young People
Their aim is to be the leading voluntary youth organisation in the UK promoting the involvement, enjoyment and achievement of all young people.
  Link   Muslim's Women's Sports Foundation
Established in 2001 offers British Muslim women access to fully coached sports sessions in a female only environment. Through sessions Muslim women are able to socialise, keep fit, develop their skills & abilities, build their confidence & compete.
  Link   Central Council for Physical Recreation (CCPR)
The national alliance of governing & representative bodies of sport and recreation. EG: The FA, British Water Ski and The Ramblers' Association. These bodies exist to organise, to regulate & to encourage more people into their sport or activity
  Link   Staffordshire CSP
Sport Across Staffordshire & Stoke-on-Trent (SASSOT) is a sub-regional multi-agency partnership made up of key partners who are committed to "working together to champion participation, enjoyment & success through sport, physical education & activity
  Link   Black County CSP
The Black Country Sports Partnership (BCSP) is an emerging sub-regional strategic agency working within the governance framework of the Black Country Consortium. It consists of the 4 Local Authorities, Sport England and the Black Country Consortium
  Link   Birmingham CSP
The Birmingham Sport & Physical Activity Partnership is the new and developing sub regional multi agency group for the Birmingham area, who are coming together to drive up participation and performance in sport and physical activity.
  Link   Cornwall CSP
The Cornwall Sports Partnership is an affiliation of organisations that have joined forces to make sport a part of everyday life in Cornwall by incorporating a number of sectors from across the county.
  Link   Active Devon CSP
Active Devon is a countywide partnership for physical activity and sport and is one of 49 county partnerships supported by Sport England. Active Devon comprises a diverse range of organisations involved in or with physical activity and sport.
  Link   Sussex CSP
The Sussex County Sports Partnership Trust (SCSPT) is an organisation, funded by the government, which coordinates & facilitates the delivery of sporting initiatives across Sussex. SCSPT operates as a registered Charity & Independent Trust
  Link   Bucks and Milton Keynes CSP
Bucks Sport is the brand name of the Bucks & Milton Keynes Sports Partnership, one of 49 ‘County Sports Partnerships’ nation-wide, that form a key element of the Delivery System for Sport across England.
  Link   Berkshire Sport CSP
Berkshire Sport working together in genuine partnership to help the people of Berkshire to start, stay and succeed in sport and physical activity at every level.
  Link   Lancashire Sport CSP
Lancashire Sport Partnership is one of 49 sub-regional sport partnerships operating across England. As a County Sport Partnership (CSP) they are funded by Sport England, and agencies to deliver specific projects on their behalf.
  Link   Cumbria Sport CSP
Cumbria Sport Partnership was originally set up as an Active Sports Partnership but has continuously worked in a wider context particularly with Education and schools due to our hosting arrangements with Cumbria County Council.
  Link   Tyne & Wear CSP
Tyne & Wear Sport is one of 49 County Sports Partnerships located across England. We are funded and supported by Sport England and a wide range of sub regional partners to co-ordinate activity and sports programmes in Tyne & Wear.
  Link   Tees Valley Sport
Tees Valley Sport is one of forty nine County Sports Partnerships (CSPs) in England. A County Sports Partnership, is a partnership of agencies committed to providing a high quality system for people to benefit from sport and physical activity.
  Link   Northumberland Sport
Northumberland Sport works in partnership with a range of organisations. They aim to ensure the people of Northumberland can access and enjoy quality sporting and physical activity opportunities.
  Link   Durham CSP
County Durham Sport is one of 49 County Sports Partnerships across England. They work together with local, regional and national organisations to raise the profile of sport within County Durham and co-ordinate sports development opportunities
  Link   Pro-Active South London CSP
Pro-Active South London (P-ASL) is a partnership of organisations with a common interest in developing sport and physical activity in the London boroughs of Bromley, Croydon, Kingston-upon-Thames, Merton, Richmond-upon-Thames, Sutton and Wandsworth
  Link   Leicestershire and Rutland Sport CSP
They are a multi-agency partnership committed to developing sport and physical activity throughout Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland. They are one of five sub-regional County Sports Partnerships within East Midlands and one of 49 across England
  Link   Derbyshire Sport CSP
Partnerships include agencies from the local community, education and sports that are committed to working together through sport and active recreation to improve the quality of life for the people of Derbyshire.
  Link   County Sports Partnership National Network
A county sports partnership is a partnership of agencies committed to providing a high quality single system for people to benefit from sport. For more information on CSP’s visit the Sport England Website.
  Link   Amateur Boxing NGB
For a full list of National Governing Bodies of Sport, visit the Sport England
  Link   Amateur Boxing Association
As a national governing body, the ABAE is responsible for all the administration, development and promotion of amateur boxing throughout the Country. ABAE is a non-profit organisation and is thus overseen by a board of directors and a boxing council
  Link   British Fencing Association
British Fencing the governing body for the Olympic sport of fencing in Britain.
  Link   England Athletics
Athletics is the National Governing Body for the sport, developing and promoting Athletics across the whole of the country.
  Link   Amateur Rowing Association
The Amateur Rowing Association (ARA) is the governing body for the sport of rowing (both indoor rowing and rowing on water). The Association is responsible for the training and selection of individual rowers and crews representing Great Britain
  Link   UK Cheerleading Association
United Kingdom Cheerleading Association are the official Governing Body for Cheerleading in the UK. We are the only official UK body to put teams forward to the European Cheerleading Championships and the World Championships
  Link   England Table Tennis Association
The English Table Tennis Association (ETTA) is the governing body of table tennis in England , responsible for representing, coordinating, administering, regulating, promoting, marketing & developing the sport in close cooperation with related bodies
  Link   England Handball
England Handball (England Handball Association) is the national governing body for handball and beach handball in England. The Association is responsible for the administration, promotion and development of the sport in England.
  Link   England Badminton
Badminton England is the sport's governing body in England. Based at the National Badminton Centre in Milton Keynes, it provides a structure for the sport from Board and Council, right through to members
  Link   StreetCheer
Street Cheer is a brand new element of Cheerleading, a unique fusion of Street Dance & Cheerleading moves. You'll find the funkiest, most up to date dance moves combined with Cheerleading Chants and Cheers, bringing a fresh twist to cheerleading
  Link   London 2012
In the summer of 2012, the UK will come alive with the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Our four-year Cultural Olympiad will reach a climax with the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony on 27 July, starting a 60-day festival of sport & culture across the UK
  Link   British Paralympic Association
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) is a registered charity which is responsible for selecting, preparing, entering, funding and managing Britain' s teams at the Paralympic Games and Paralympic Winter Games.
  Link   British Olympic Association
The BOA provides the pivot around which Team GB revolves prior to, and during the Olympic Games. With the Olympic GBs, the BOA selects Team GB from the best sportsmen and women who will go on to compete in the 26 summer and 7 winter sports
  Link   Child Protection in Sport Unit
The Child Protection in Sport Unit is a partnership between the NSPCC and Sport England which provides advice, training and information to help organisations minimise the risk of child abuse during sporting activities.
  Link   Fields in Trust (National Playing Fields Association)
A national organisation which has specific responsibility for acquiring, protecting and improving playing fields, playgrounds and playspace.
  Link   Institute of Sport, Parks and Leisure
ISPAL (The Institute for Sport, Parks and Leisure) is the professional membership body for a fast growing, vibrant industry, representing sport, parks and leisure industry professionals.
  Link   Sporting Champions
A scheme which uses sports stars to inspire young people.
  Link   UK Sport
Established by Royal Charter in 1996, UK Sport works in partnership with the home country sports councils and other agencies to lead sport in the UK to world-class success.