NFL Stars were in the London this summer to give back to the community, with the help of FloReal Sports. Oakland Raiders star Marshawn Lynch, New York Giants Quarter Back Joshua Johnson, and Hackney Born Miami Dolphin Jay Ajayi, all came to the capital with their respective foundations, to support young people in communities.[…]
The SPTT’s Calum Gaughan met with former professional footballer, current pundit and SPTT board member Jason Roberts to get his views on our work so far and what the organisation’s hopes are going into 2017. Since his retirement, Jason has stayed heavily involved within football through the Jason Roberts foundation but also by moving into[…]
By Michael McCann The Sports People’s Think Tank (SPTT) have once again renewed their call for the football authorities to up their efforts in addressing the continued under representation of BAME coaches within professional English football. A report by Dr. Steven Bradbury from Loughborough University, in association with the SPTT and the FARE network, showed[…]
SPTT member, Andy Barrow, is a retired GB Wheelchair Rugby athlete, triple Paralympian and 3 time European gold medallist. Barrow, now a highly respected motivational speaker and mentor, spoke to the SPTT about the challenges and opportunities to develop the Paralympics and his hopes for the next games in Tokyo.
The Sports People’s Think Tank (SPTT) hosted a pan sport discussion on Athlete Activism last Thursday at Arbuthnot Latham, London, addressing a range of issues.
On Thursday night the Best of Africa (BOA) 2015 awards, in association with The Sports People’s Think Tank (SPTT), were held at Africa House, Miscon De Reya, to celebrate the achievements of African footballers.
The Sports People’s Think Tank (SPTT) attended the All Party Parliamentary Football Group meeting at the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday, concerning the lack of black and ethnic minority (BME) coaches in football.