It’s now less than three months until the London Sport Awards returns for the fourth year, this year being held at the home of English Rugby, Twickenham Stadium on the 14 March.
The deadline to get your nominations in for the London Sport Awards 2019 is fast approaching with applications only being accepted until this Sunday (13 December).
We have eight prestigious categories that are up for grabs that allow you to get the recognition you deserve for all the incredible work you and your organisation have done to get Londoners more active throughout 2018.
Don’t forget if you think you or your organisation are eligible for a nomination in more than one of our categories then don’t be afraid to make more than one nomination.
Why is it worth winning a London Sport Award?
Winners will receive our iconic Award trophy, as well as a title that can be used in funding bids and collaborations. This also creates an extrinsic way of demonstrating your organisations hard work and success. Most importantly winning a London Sport Award allows you to make a personal reflection on just how much of an impact your work had on changing the lives of Londoners.
Visibility and Exposure
Shortlisted nominees will receive extensive coverage on our social platforms in the lead up, day of and after the event thus increasing the exposure of your work. Finalists will also have the opportunity to be a part of a short film clip created by our team showcasing some of the incredible work your project achieved last year.
A select committee of expert judges from across the physical activity and sport sector across in London will evaluate your project, organisation or initiative. This means that those who are recognised as finalists and winners are being selected by genuine field experts.
But don’t just take it from us, hear from some of our previous winners and how they have benefited from winning a London Sport Award:
Laura-Jane Connolly, Core Arts, Club of the Year 2018 winner
“We were very grateful to have won the Club of the Year Award, which created a great platform for us to be noticed, create awareness and be successful in securing funding and making key partnerships.”
Adrian Klemens, Volunteer of the Year 2018 winner
“The win is just as important for me as it is for my family and my fellow coaches. To see the work, I put in get recognised, it gives everyone a lift for all the effort and challenges we face.”
We can’t wait to read all your applications.