Club of the Year

Club of the Year shines a spotlight on the clubs and grassroots projects that contribute to Sport England’s five primary outcomes for sport


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Club of the Year shines a spotlight on the clubs and grassroots projects that contribute to Sport England’s five primary outcomes for sport. 

Being active provides people with an incredible array of benefits and positive opportunities. From improved health and mental wellbeing to opportunities for personal and community development, sport has a vital role to play in supporting people’s and societies’ future growth. 

Club of the Year exists to shine a spotlight on those clubs and grassroots projects that are contributing to Sport England’s five primary outcomes for sport. The Club of the Year will deliver a great service to its users, but more than that, will go the extra mile to give the most benefit back to people and to London itself. 

Nomination Criteria 

Club of the Year celebrates the outstanding work of a grassroots club or project that makes a real difference through physical activity and sport. Whether a traditional sport, an adapted activity, or something entirely new, the Club of the Year Award will shine a spotlight on clubs and projects that deliver great sport in the capital. Assessment criteria for this Award are based on the five outcomes for sport identified by Government and Sport England: Physical Wellbeing, Mental Wellbeing, Individual Development, Social and Community Development, and Economic Development. 

Nominees for the club of the year award should be able to demonstrate: 

    1. Clubs, programmes or projects that contribute to one or more of the five outcomes for sport identified by Government and Sport England – Physical Wellbeing, Mental Wellbeing, Individual Development, Social and Community Development, and Economic Developments
    2. Groups that have made a positive different to individuals or to society 
    3. Projects that can evidence the impact made, either on large groups, or on a smaller number of individuals 

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Nominations for the London Sport Awards 2019 have now closed.


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