New strategy 2016-2021
Our new strategy, Towards an Active Nation, outlines how we’ll get more people doing sport and activity across England.
This Girl Can
This Girl Can is here to inspire women to wiggle, jiggle, move and prove that judgement is a barrier that can be overcome.
Partnering local government
Local government spends around £1 billion per year on sport and leisure. We work closely with local authorities to help them develop sport in their area.
Our Active Lives survey, delivered by Ipsos MORI, is a new way of measuring sport and activity across England. Find out more about the survey, how it works and what kinds of data it measures.
- New strategy to tackle inactivity We'll triple our investment to combat inactivity as part of our five-year strategy for sport. Read more
- Jennie Price: Sport’s moment is now Our chief executive explains how the entire sector needs to embrace change to get the nation active. Read more
- Backing the Best: first award winners Talented young athletes are being helped to succeed after winning funding from our new Backing the Best scheme. Read more
- SportsAid at 40 - helping the talented As SportsAid celebrates its 40th birthday, we look at how the charity has helped thousands of athletes fulfil their talent. Read more
- Fact or fool? We’re marking April Fools' Day with a collection of sporty trivia to test your grey matter. Read more
- Sport Relief 2016: fundraising stories Walk, run, swim, and cycle; this year we did our bit to fundraise across Britain for Sport Relief. Read more
- Cycling tips for beginners Whether you're new to cycling or looking to get back on the saddle, see our top tips. Read more
- Sport England meets Sport Relief Walk, run, swim or cycle to raise money for Sport Relief while getting active... This Girl Can-style. Read more