We are delighted to announce that The SJA, in association with the National Lottery, is once again gathering to celebrate the successes and achievements of the British sporting year. The awards will honour the Sportsman, Sportswoman and Sports Team of the year as well as the many other sporting achievements of 2021.
Last year was the first year since the awards began in 1949 that journalists, athletes and people from across the sporting industry were not able to meet in person and we held the awards via a virtual ceremony. This year we are pleased to be back to a more traditional British Sports Awards and looking forward to seeing colleagues and friends once again.
This year will be the 72nd SJA British Sports Awards, making this event the longest running annual celebration of the nation’s sporting achievements. The awards bring together leading figures in sports journalism, media, and sport.
The awards ceremony will take place at The Brewery in Central London on Thursday 2nd December. The event starts at 1200 with a champagne reception, followed by lunch and the Awards hosted by Jim Rosenthal. The awards are expected to finish at 1600.
SKY | KICK IT OUT AWARD
The Sky and Kick It Out have partnered for a new equality and inclusion award at the British Sports Awards.
The Sky | Kick It Out award for equality and inclusion will recognise an individual or organisation within sport that has led the fight against racism and discrimination while promoting equality and inclusion in sport and wider society
Tony Burnett, CEO of Kick It Out, said: "As much as it is important for us all to highlight some of the issues impacting sport, we must also celebrate those striving to positively change it.
"Kick It Out is proud to support this award, and we hope recipients of it will inspire others to take up the fight for equality and inclusion, both in sport and society."
Tickets are available for individuals, groups and tables of 10.
Special discounts are available for members of the Sports Journalists' Association.
Included within the ticket price is a welcome drinks reception, three-course lunch with half a bottle of wine per person, tea and coffee with petit fours.
Table of 10
£1,200 Ex VAT
Non -SJA member
£120 Ex VAT
£60 Ex VAT
SJA Member - First Guest
£90 Ex VAT
Travelling to the Brewery by public transport is quick and easy; situated in the heart of the City within walking distance of several Underground and Mainline train stations.
Underground & Rail
BARBICAN STATION - (5 minute walk) Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City and Thameslink
MOORGATE STATION - (5 minute walk) Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Northern, British Rail and Thameslink
BANK STATION - (15 minute walk) Central, Northern and Waterloo & City
LIVERPOOL STREET STATION - (15 minute walk) Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Central and mainline rail network.
Convenient multi-storey NCP carparks located at: Beech Street (8am to Midnight everyday) Finsbury Square (24hrs, Mon-Sat) London Wall (24hrs, Mon-Sat) Aldersgate Street (24hrs, open everyday)