The SportsBall showcases the next generation of British athletes. Discover who our next Olympic and Paralympic heroes will be and how SportsAid is helping to make that dream a reality. In 2013 the SportsBall’s guest of honour was Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge. At this year’s SportsBall enjoy live sports action, challenge yourself against top athletes, be the first to find out who wins the One-to-Watch Award, and make a difference to young people with big ambitions.
One-to-watch awardWho will follow Tom Daley as this year’s one to watch? Find out on November 5.
Meet the starsEver wanted to meet your Olympic and Paralympic heroes? This is your chance!
AuctionYou could be taking home some money-can’t-buy opportunities.
A truly fantastic night loved by all our clients and for a thoroughly worthy cause. Please put us first on the list for next year.
Steve ThompsonBrown Shipley
Olympians get the SportsBall rolling with stunning fencing display
18 June 2015
Heptathlete Morgan Lake wins SportsAid’s coveted One-to-Watch Award at the charity’s SportsBall in London
27 November 2014
SportsAid announces three One-to-Watch Award finalist
19 November 2014
SportsAid announces shortlist for prestigious One-to-Watch Award
22 October 2014
SportsAid has today announced the shortlist for its prestigious One-to-Watch Award which was last year presented by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge, the charity’s Patron, to skeet shooter Amber Hill.
Athletics stars back SportsBall to help next generation
22 October 2014
Adrian Moorhouse, Sharron Davies and Keri-anne Payne back SportsBall to help next generation
9 October 2014
A live performance by Spelbound plus a special appearance from England football manager Roy Hodgson, presenting SportsAid’s One-to-Watch Award to junior world champion Morgan Lake.Previous Events