Active Lancashire, in partnership with each local authority, has been running the Lancashire Sports Awards for the past 17 years.

The awards were developed in order to celebrate sporting achievement and showcase best practice throughout the County, and aim to pay tribute to those, young and old, that show dedication to perform at the highest level or those who work tirelessly to support individuals or clubs week in, week out, for the love of sport.

Most of the local authorities in Lancashire have been hosting their own awards competition, seeking nominations in some or all of the following categories;

  • Club of the Year
  • Coach of the Year
  • Community Project of the Year
  • Volunteer of the Year
  • Primary School of the Year
  • Secondary School of the Year
  • Young Achiever of the Year
  • Service to Underrepresented Groups
  • The Jimmy Armfield Lifetime Achievement Award

The winner of each category in every local authority is automatically put forward to the County Awards, with the winners being announced at the Lancashire Sports Awards taking place on Friday 22nd November 2019 at The Dunkenhalgh Hotel, Clayton Le Moors.

Active Lancashire do not receive any funding to host the awards and thus rely on the support and generosity of local organisations providing sponsorship to enable them to put on a celebratory event. In return, tailored packages are available to help boost brand recognition and provide you with the chance to play a huge part in the awards. There are still a number of categories available to sponsor this year, if you are interested in sponsoring the event or would like to find out more please contact sriley@activelancashire.org.uk 

For further information around the awards, please visit the dedicated Lancashire Sports Awards website

Sponsor the awards

Active Lancashire do not receive any funding to host the awards and thus rely on the support and generosity of local organisations providing sponsorship to enable them to put on a celebratory event. In return, tailored packages are available to help boost brand recognition and provide you with the chance to play a huge part in the awards.

How to nominate

Most of the Local Authorities in Lancashire hold their own sports awards, and the winners of these awards go on to represent their district at the Lancashire Sports Awards. However, not all of the districts hold their own awards thus the coordination of nominations differs depending on each local authority area. For more information on how to nominate, please visit the Lancashire Sports Awards we…

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