London Sport Awards

About the London Sport Awards

The London Sport Awards is our showpiece event for community physical activity and sport, recognising the best of the best of grassroots physical activity and sport in the capital.

The first London Sport Awards took place in January 2016 at Lord’s Cricket Ground and has since been held at prestigious locations including the indigo at the o2, Wembley Stadium, Twickenham and the Guildhall.

Each year, a collection of incredible individuals and groups are recognised for their outstanding work in helping Londoners to be more physically active.

The London Sport Awards recognises everyone from clubs and volunteers to those making an impact on the capital’s workforce, children and young people and those harnessing the power of elite sport.

Every single winner of a London Sport Award is celebrated with a spot in our illustrious Hall of Fame which can be found here.

London Sport Awards 2021

We’ll be releasing more details about the London Sport Awards 2021 very soon so keep you eyes peeled in our weekly newsletter and on our social media channels.

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London Sport Awards 2020

The glittering London Sport Awards 2020 ceremony took place on Friday 6 March at the prestigious Guildhall in the heart of the Square Mile in London.

In 2020, we received close to 300 nominations across our Awards categories which all highlighted the incredible work being done in the capital to get Londoners more active.

Click below to find out the winners, selected by our external panel of industry experts, for each of our ten Awards categories.


Hannah Gale, Hestia – Children and Young People Award 2020 winner said:

“We are absolutely delighted to win the Children and Young People Award. For those who experience domestic abuse and need to move to a refuge, accessing physical activities isn’t always possible or a priority.

“With this unique programme, the Family Fitness Project team have been able to show families the benefits of keeping active, how it can be used as a recovery tool and to enable children to take part in new and exciting activities.”

Xahir Durant, Inspirational Young Person of the Year 2020 nominee:

“I was really happy and surprised that I was shortlisted for such a big award. I am grateful for the opportunity to attend this event and thankful to my family and Arco Academy for supporting me to the end.

“This has given me more motivation and I will continue to be the best version of myself and give back to the community through sports and peer-mentoring.”

Carolyn Axtell, Hornbeam JoyRiders – Club of the Year 2019 winner:

“Winning Club of the Year 2019 has helped to raise our profile and led to broader recognition for our volunteers and participants

“This kind of recognition is a great reward for our volunteer Ride Leaders, many of whom who have faced numerous challenges in their lives.

“It helps to build their confidence in their own abilities and highlights what women who are rooted in their local communities can achieve.”

An attendee of the 2020 London Sport Awards:

“Recognition is always an important part of people’s lives so events like this are very inspirational and make a bigger difference to people and in the community.”

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