Click on the links below to view the Governing Body or most relevant Trade Association for your sport.
Badminton England is the national governing body for Badminton in the UK.
Sport England recognised National Governing Body for Handball.
England Hockey is the National Governing Body (NGB) for hockey.
England Netball are the UK's governing body for Netball.
The national governing body for lacrosse in England.
Gaelic Athletic Association
The Irish and international amateur sporting and cultural organisation.
Lawn Tennis Association
The governing body for the game of tennis in Great Britain.
National Stoolball Association
Stool ball England is the Sport England-recognised governing body of stool ball in England.
RFU England Rugby
The Rugby Football Union is the national governing body for grassroots and elite rugby in England, with 2,000 autonomous rugby clubs in its membership.
Sports & PE Association
The leading trade association, established to represent organizations supplying and manufacturing sports equipment within the education and leisure industries.
Corporate Photography & Videographer
Tennis Industry Association (TIA)
The Tennis Industry Association, originally founded in 1974 as the American Tennis Federation, serves as the industry's not-for-profit trade association, the mission of the TIA is to "promote the growth of tennis and the economic vitality of the tennis industry.
The Federation of Sports and Play Associations (FSPA)
The Federation of Sports and Play Associations (FSPA) is the national not-for-profit umbrella trade body representing and promoting the interests of 15 trade associations and over 500 member companies within the UK Sports and Play sectors.
The Institute of Groundsmanship
The Institute of Groundsmanship is a membership organisation representing the whole of the groundscare industry and all those involved in it.
The R & A (Golf)
The R&A assumes responsibility for the administration of the Rules of Golf with the consent of 152 organisations from the amateur and professional game, and on behalf of over 30 million golfers in 138 countries throughout Europe, Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Americas.