Strong research and evidence are key to informing the work we do here at the Alliance.
Useful facts and figures relating to the sport and recreation sector
The Sport and Recreation Alliance has launched Reconomics Plus, an online resource designed to help the sector champion the value of outdoor recreation to the economy, our health and to creating strong, vibrant local communities. This new resource brings together the latest research and statistics to highlight the contribution of outdoor recreation in England.
This resource provides an introduction to key organisations that the Alliance works with and seeks to influence. It provides a brief overview about who the organisations are, what they do and how the Alliance works with them for the benefit of our members.
Making Time - Join In’s latest ground-breaking research looks at how behavioural science can persuade more people to give their time and volunteer, with a focus on sport.
What's the Score? provides a snapshot of the state of health that sports clubs in England and Wales find themselves in. It looks at things like number of members, volunteers and the diversity of membership.
Launched as part of the Alliance’s Fit for the Future series and in collaboration with ukactive, Physical Activity and Health provides an up-to-date picture of the public health and commissioning landscape in England and sets out the key role the sport, recreation and physical activity sectors can play in tackling poor physical and mental health.
The Sport and Recreation Alliance ran a social value of sport themed month, taking a closer look at the social role sport plays in local communities
The Forum on Concussion in Sport and Physical Education recognised that more support is needed for professionals working in schools and colleges to deal with incidents of concussion. In response, it produced Concussion guidelines for education settings.
The Fit for the Future report that was launched at the Sports Summit in June 2015. This scene-setting report considers the changing external environment and what challenges and opportunities this might bring for the sport and recreation sector
Nearly 3,000 sports clubs across more than 100 different sports took part in our 2013 survey to give us a full look at the health of the UK’s grassroots community clubs.
What’s happening now, what’s coming next