London Youth Games

London Youth Games

Results from this years competition, show that Richmond have improved on their results from last year and have finished an amazing second place in the overall Jubilee Trophy. Winning teams include the Kayak sprint and rowing squads which meant that Richmond retained the regatta title. Other winning sports this year are male cross country, archery, triathlon and road cycling. Huge congratulations to the athletes, the coaches and the organisers. A fantastic reflection on the partnership between voluntary sport clubs and the borough.

Last year Borough Points
1. unchanged1 Wandsworth 1216
2. unchanged2 Richmond 1133
3. unchanged3 Bexley 1111
4. unchanged4 Croydon 1101
5. unchanged5 Bromley 1096
6. unchanged6 Hillingdon 1093
7. unchanged7 Hackney 1086
8. unchanged8 Ealing 1036
9. unchanged9 Greenwich 993
10. unchanged10 Havering 991
11. unchanged11 Kingston 988
12. unchanged12 Redbridge 986
13. unchanged13 Haringey 977
14. unchanged14 Enfield 971
unchanged14 Southwark 971
16. unchanged16 Lambeth 965
17. unchanged17 Harrow 949
18. unchanged18 Tower Hamlets 945
19. unchanged19 Sutton 940
20. unchanged20 Waltham Forest 937
21. unchanged21 Hounslow 888
22. unchanged22 Kensington and Chelsea 886
23. unchanged23 Barnet 837
24. unchanged24 Lewisham 831
25. unchanged25 Newham 819
26. unchanged26 Camden 798
27. unchanged27 Westminster 771
28. unchanged28 Brent 711
29. unchanged29 Hammersmith and Fulham 688
30. unchanged30 Merton 653
31. unchanged31 Islington 649
32. unchanged32 City of London 481
33. unchanged33 Barking and Dagenham 356

More information about individual events can be found on the London Youth Games website.







Equipment Loans

Equipment Loans

Sport Richmond Can give small loans to affiliated clubs who wish to set up a new section or expand their membership. Please click here to find out more information

Open Meeting 14.07.2015

Open Meeting 14.07.2015


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 Places for this meeting are going fast so sign up now.


6.30 FOR 7.00PM ON TUESDAY 14 JULY 2015



Sport Richmond, as part of its programme for increasing the capacity and trying to secure the sustainability of voluntary sports clubs in the borough is please to invite you to a special open meeting on Tuesday 14 July.

Sport Richmond is delighted that Pete Maguire, Project Manager, Club Matters will be presenting at this event. Club Matters is Sport England’s one stop shop for sports clubs. Club Matters provides free, convenient, practical resources to help you develop and run a sustainable club.

The online resource hosts a wide range of tools, top tips and quick and easy guides to help with the day-to-day running of clubs supplemented by face-to-face support in the form of workshops and mentoring. The presentation will show you how to make best use of the support, resources and tools available.

Numbers are limited to around 40 and consequently we would ask clubs to send a single delegate on this occasion and to let the secretary know as soon as possible if they are going to attend, and ideally by 14 June.

All those attending will have an opportunity for unique registration with the Club Matters programme.

You can find out more about the programme at

There will also be details about the new Sport Richmond web site

We are very grateful to Orleans House Gallery for hosting this meeting which coincides with the exhibition Team Spirit: Rugby, Rowing and Beyond which looks at local, national and international history of sport through pictures, artefacts and local stories.

Refreshments will be served and there will be time to view the exhibition.

Please respond as soon as possible your name, club and email address to

London Marathon Charitable Trust

On your marks, get set, GO!

The London Marathon Charitable Trust is now receiving applications for grants! 

The London Marathon Charitable Trust has recently reviewed our grantmaking procedures and our impact in the areas we support.  We are pleased to announce a new online application process for our two funding programmes:

Small Capital Grants — £5,000 to £19,999
Major Capital Grants — £20,000 to £150,000

Together these programmes will support high-quality, accessible and affordable facilities for sport and physical activity in London, Surrey, South Northamptonshire and Aylesbury Vale, especially innovative projects that encourage people to get up off their couches and to get active. Both programmes now have a rolling application process.

To begin the new process, Small Capital Grant applications received during early summer 2015 will be notified of our decision in early November 2015. Major Capital Grants applications received before Autumn 2015 will be notified if they will be invited to submit a Stage 2 application by the end of January 2016. Subsequent applications to each programme will be considered on a quarterly rather than annual basis.

For more information on these programmes including eligibility and our current priorities, please visit our website.