It has already been an extraordinary couple of weeks for the Red Roses, England women’s rugby team. First they beat New Zealand, the reigning world… Read More »Investing in Red Roses reaps its rewards
One of the biggest issues surrounding sports participation is how to get more women playing sport, and the focus invariably lands on the fact that… Read More »A strong case to revamp girls’ PE lessons at school
We are delighted to be welcoming a new intern to Sportside’s team –student Jack Elvin – Jack is living in Fulham, London but is currently studying… Read More »Meet The Intern: University of Edinburgh’s Jack Elvin.
England won the women’s Six Nations on Saturday for the third year in a row and 600,000 viewers watched the match on terrestrial television (BBC2).… Read More »Support for women’s rugby can help grow the game at all levels
We at Sportside are a positive group, always seeing the good that can come out of any situation – and in the immediate aftermath of… Read More »The simplest lesson to be learned from Super League fiasco
We at Sportside were delighted to see some of the country’s biggest sports stars joining with the Government to urge the country to get out… Read More »Great British summer of sport starts here
Yes, we’ve said it twice before, but outdoor sports are (nearly) back! The next phase of Boris Johnson’s roadmap is scheduled to be implemented on… Read More »Outdoor sports are back – now they need Sportsiders to play them!
It has been an emotionally charged week in the UK, following the news of the tragic death of Sarah Everard, who was abducted as she… Read More »Shared athletes’ stories can help women Reclaim These Streets
Sportside was thrilled to see the formation of a new parliamentary group last week – the National Plan for Sport and Recreation Committee. It has… Read More »Can the UK be the world’s most active country by 2030?