Frequently Asked Questions

London Sport Awards 2019


  • Tickets
  • Transport
  • Accessibility
  • On the Night – The Final
  • Media


Who can attend the London Sport Awards?
Tickets for the Awards are open to everyone. Attendees are generally from a huge and diverse range of clubs, organisations, groups, associations and individuals based or working in London.  

I have been shortlisted, can I buy additional tickets?
Definitely. Each shortlisted nominee receives two complementary tickets and there’s no limit to the number of tickets organisations/groups can buy in addition to these.

Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets are available to buy here. You can purchase individual tickets (£60), table tickets for up to ten guests (£540) or corporate tables (£995).  

What is a corporate table?
Corporate tables are for businesses and commercial enterprises that would like to support the London Sport Awards but are not able to commit to a full sponsorship package. Corporate tables provide ten tickets to the ceremony and a range of other benefits. If your business is interested in purchasing a corporate table, please email us directly at or call 0203 848 4630.  

What is the closing date for ticket purchases?
The final date to purchase tickets for the London Sport Awards is 7 March 2019.

Can I change the name of the person on my ticket once I have purchased?
If you find yourself no longer able to attend the London Sport Awards and someone else wants your ticket, please email to change attendee details. Ticket details cannot be changed after 7 March 2019

Is it possible to pay for tickets via invoice?
If you are unable to play via credit or debit card please email us at before 28 February to request an invoice. We will do our best to accommodate you.


I’m driving to the London Sport Awards, is there parking facilities?
Parking is available in the North Car Park at Twickenham Stadium. The North Car Park is accessed off Rugby Road. 

I’ve organised a taxi for the Awards, where’s best for drop-off/pick-up?
The easiest drop off location at Twickenham Stadium for taxis is the Marriott Hotel. This is part of the South Stand and is a short walk from the entrance to the Awards at the Lion Gate.

Where do I go when I arrive at Twickenham Stadium?
The entrance to the London Sport Awards is through the Lion Gate which is the main gateway into the West Stand. If you’re arriving from Twickenham train station, take a left at the rugby statue and follow the stadium around until you see the golden lion sculpture.


Is there disability access at the Awards ceremony?
The venue has full disability access and disability car parking available onsite. Please email with any accessibility requirements.

Will communication assistance be available at the Awards ceremony?
Communication assistance will be provided, please advise your requirements when purchasing your tickets.


What time do the Awards start?
The pre-match drinks reception starts at 5.45pm in the Members Lounge at Twickenham Stadium with The Final kicking off at 6.45pm sharp in the Spirit of Rugby.

Is there a theme?
We’re creating a Cup Final experience for community physical activity and sport. The Awards are an incredible celebration of the amazing work being done across the capital and all our shortlisted nominees deserve the recognition of being at The Final of the London Sport Awards 2019.  

What is the dress code?
The dress code for The Final is Black Tie and Trainers. Grab your suit or your best dress and pair it with your favourite trainers – the brighter, sparklier and shinier the better. Need some inspiration? Why not take a look at our photo gallery from last year’s Awards.

What do you mean by Black Tie and Trainers?
We want the Awards to be a special event which gives our guests the opportunity to dress up, but we also want everyone to feel comfortable. So the choice is yours – feel free to wear a full dinner jacket with waistcoat and bow tie, or keep it simple with a nice suit and tie. Match it with your favourite trainers and you’re ready to go!

Is there a cloakroom available?
Yes, we will have cloakroom facilities available for ticket holders at the main reception of the London Sport Awards.

Does the venue take card or cash?
The bar at Twickenham Stadium will NOT be accepting cash. To purchase drinks at the London Sport Awards you will need to bring a debit or credit card. Cash will be required to enter the Injured Players Fund fundraiser prize draw. Entries are from £5 and offer a chance to win some incredible prizes including signed rugby items.

Will food be provided?
There will be small bites served during the pre-match drinks reception between 5.45pm and 6.45pm with a one-course main meal being served at around 8pm. Please ensure you record any dietary requirements during the ticket purchasing process.

Will there be a photographer on the night?
London Sport will have a photographer on-site on the night taking pictures of the event. Any guests who would prefer not to be featured in images can notify London Sport staff members on the evening.

What does the running order on the night look like?
A detailed running order, with all the timings for each Award, will be emailed to ticket holders prior to The Final. If you do not receive communications from the London Sport Awards having booked your ticket, please email     

When will winners be announced?
Throughout the evening at the London Sport Awards 2019 ceremony on 14 March at Twickenham

When will the London Sport Awards finish?
The Final is due to finish at 10.30pm though there will be plenty of time for networking and drinks at the end of the prize-giving. Please note: the last train from Twickenham to London Waterloo departs at 00:11am. The preceding trains are at 11.34pm, 11.41pm and 11.43pm.


I’m a journalist interested in covering the Awards, who should I contact?
Please contact Head of Corporate Communications Chris Scott and Communications Officer Andrew Lawton

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