British Athletes Commission
Represents the interests of athletes to major decision makers within British sport, and promotes athlete representation within sports; with details of membership and services, resources, and contacts.
British Boomerang Society
Promoting boomerang as a sport. Contains information on people and competitions, plus news and a forum.
An official sports directory covering England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales highlighting all areas of sport, funding, research and careers.
Cash 4 Clubs
Offers all sports clubs in the UK the chance to win grants ranging from £250 to £1000.
CSSC - the Civil Service Sports Council
Provides sports and leisure activities for civil servants and other members; includes a guide to activities supported, competitions and events, and regional branches.
The Drake Foundation
A not-for-profit organization committed to improving evidence-based measures for the understanding of concussion injuries in sport, based on scientific research and insight.
Muslim Women's Sports Foundation (MWSF)
Provides opportunities for women from black and minority ethnic (BME) communities to participate in a variety of sports, including participation in the International Women’s Islamic Games; with details of their programmes, events, and contacts.
Sport and Recreation Alliance
Formerly the Central Council of Physical Recreation; umbrella organisation for the governing bodies of over 300 sports and recreations in the UK. Includes event calendar, campaigning information and details of current projects.
A sports charity supporting sports and volunteering opportunities for young people in disadvantaged communities across the UK; describes their projects and programmes, with news and contacts.
National body responsible for the implementation and management of the UK’s anti-doping policy. Includes resources and news.
UK chapter of the International Coach Federation, providing news and resources for British sports coaches.
Wenlock Olympian Society
Organises the annual Wenlock Olympic Games, first established in 1850 by Dr William Penny Brokes, and an inspiration for the modern Olympic movement.