The Academy also hosts external partners including the Sport England funded London Active Partnership and national governing bodies of sport officers from the Rugby Football Union, Rugby Football League, Triathlon England: London and English Table Tennis Association.
The Rugby Football League is committed to managing, developing and promoting Rugby League in order to provide excellent, high quality customer services for the whole Rugby League family.
London South Bank University Academy of Sport hosts the RFL Development Team for London and the South, responsible for the governance, management and development of rugby league in London and the South.
If you would like to get involved in rugby league as a player, spectator, coach, match official or volunteer, please contact any of the team below, or go to www.Londonrl.com to see how you can get involved.
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The Academy of Sport also plays host to the RFL Commercial Department in London:
London Business Development Manager
The British Judo Association (BJA) is the National Governing Body for the Olympic Sport of Judo in Great Britain. The Association represents Great Britain internationally and was established in 1948.
The BJA is a membership organisation and has expanded its network of clubs, qualified coaches and individual members throughout Britain. London is a focus for development and the team below are supporting Clubs and individuals – Pan London.
If you would like more information on the British Judo Association please get in contact with
London Development Officer
Mob : 07854 241 113
Website : www.britishjudo.org.uk/ or www.londonjudo.org.uk/
We work with across Greater London providing participation opportunities and training programmes for coaches, volunteers and referees. The activities are open to all ages and ability levels.
If you would like more information on Triathlon in London please get in contact with
London Regional Development Manager
Mob : 07739 526 558
Website : www.triathlonlondon.org
The Amateur Boxing Association of England Ltd (ABAE) is the sport's national governing body. It also represents England as a member of the Amateur International Boxing Association (AIBA) and the European Boxing Council (EUBC).
As a national governing body, the ABAE is responsible for all the administration, development and promotion of amateur boxing throughout England.
In partnership with Pro-Active Central London and 6 Central London Local Authorities, there is a Boxing Development Officer based in the Academy of Sport who works across the borough’s of Camden, Islington, Lambeth, Southwark, Wandsworth and Westminster to deliver key objectives from the sports whole sport plan.
If you need any support in current or potential boxing related programmes, volunteer opportunities, coach development or other relevant areas, please contact:
PRO-ACTIVE Central London is one of five sub-regional sport and physical activity partnerships operating across Greater London covering the boroughs of Camden, Islington, Kensington & Chelsea, Lambeth, Southwark, Wandsworth and the City of Westminster.
The Partnership was established in March 2006 with the main aim of increasing regular participation in sport and physical activity across all sectors and communities
The Partnership is a business to business brand, working predominantly at a strategic level and creating a network of organisations from local communities, health, sport and education across the public, voluntary and private sectors.
If you would like more information on PRO-ACTIVE Central London please get in contact with
Business Support Officer
Tel: 020 7815 7876
Brian Spicer, English Table Tennis Association's London Development Officer, has been our partner since moving into our host office in 2003. A Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Marketing, and Chartered Marketer, Brian brought with him much Public Relations, Commercial and Sports Administration experience when he became our Table Tennis Ambassador. LSBU's offer is part of all ETTA London presentations made at all levels of Sport in London.
If you would like more information on The English Table Tennis Association contact:
Development Officer (London)
Mobile: 07962 262727
To achieve an active and inclusive capital
Interactive - formerly London Sports Forum for Disabled People - is the lead strategic development agency for sport and physical activity for disabled people in London. Our core role is to ensure that providers and policy makers understand and act upon their responsibility to be inclusive of disabled people.
At present three quarters of all disabled Londoners do not participate in any sport or physical activity. For this to change, sport and physical activity providers and policy makers must take on the responsibility to create and deliver opportunities that include disabled people.
To ensure this happens, we use our expertise and influence to advocate inclusive sport. We support appropriate delivery agents to build and sustain the opportunities for disabled people to participate in sport. We also ensure that disabled people are aware of how they can get involved, at all levels, in sport and physical activity in London.
To achieve our vision requires an overall culture change within society. We are the agent for this change and we have the passion and drive to ensure equality and inclusion is at the heart of grass root sport provision in London.
For more information on Interactive contact