The Leaders Sports Awards just isn’t the same without the awe-inspiring venue, so for 2022 we’re delighted to announce that we’ll be heading back to the Natural History Museum to celebrate the best work in the sports industry.
The Natural History Museum honours 4.5 billion years of history housed in one of the most iconic venues in the UK. We’re looking to unearth great work from a slightly more recent period – the Leaders Sports Awards celebrates the companies and individuals driving change and making a real difference in the industry across the last 12 months.
This year’s awards will kick off Leaders Week London in style with 600 industry leaders joining us for a black tie gala like no other. There will be captivating interviews with athletes and industry icons, entertainment, and a glass or two raised under Hope (the 25-metre blue whale skeleton suspended from the ceiling) as we toast the exceptional work that makes sport so special.
Through 5 company categories, 3 purpose categories and the Leaders Under 40 Awards we celebrate every facet of the industry. Showcase your work to more than 100 top level judges and a network of industry decision makers from across the globe through our digital awards gallery.
MORE GLOBAL THAN EVER BEFORE
Why enter a national award when your work can be recognised around the world?
NEVER A NOD OR A WINK
Work is reviewed by 100+ international judges with the process overseen to the highest academic and professional standards.
RETAINED MISSION, EXTENDED REACH
With a digital showcase for all shortlisted and winning work on a newly designed Leaders Sports Awards Online Platform, have more eyes on your work than ever before.
Winning work will be recognised during Leaders Week London at the world-renowned Twickenham Stadium in October, showcased to over 1000 industry leaders.
Join the sports biz community to celebrate those who have excelled during unprecedented times.
Following a 12 months like no other, we were on a mission to identify and recognise exceptional individuals who have moved the sports industry forward. View with 30 leaders aged under 40 have been inducted into the prestigious Class of 2021.