wirral sports in partnership

A collaborative effort of sports clubs and associations to achieve and celebrate local success

Helping your Club over the finishing line.


We bring local voluntary sector sports clubs and associations together and work in the common interest of those clubs to create Wirral’s largest sporting network.


We promote participation in sport amongst all sections of the local community.


We co-operate with Wirral Council and other agencies in the furtherance and aims and objectives of the forum.


We assist in prioritising of applications for grants to voluntary local sports bodies and raise funds for bursary awards for local sports men, women and children.

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Talk-Cast Series - Practical Social Media

It's the Talk-Cast that many people have requested again so don't miss out. Give your Wirral Sports Club the benefit of using social media to its fullest potential. Create campaigns and boost your ... See more

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Can your sports club recruit and retain volunteers? Having problems getting parents to help out? DON'T MISS....Register for the latest in our TALK-Cast series events on 25th June via Eventbrite ... See more

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Wirral Sports Clubs. Can you recruit and retain volunteers? Want to get parents to help out?Register for the latest in our TALK-Cast series events on 25th June via Eventbrite ... See more

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Live Webcast on the recruitment and retention of volunteers

Can your sports club recruit and retain volunteers? Want to get parents to help out? Register for the latest in our TALK-Cast series events on 25th June via Eventbrite ... See more

Learn about the recruitment and retention of Volunteers. Keelan Early of community action shares expertise in a live Webcast on June 25th

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Wirral Sports Awards

The Premier Multi-Sports Awards Ceremony Event on Wirral

A packed audience at Hulme Hall, Port Sunlight on Thursday 10th 
October were treated to a wonderful evening of presentations
highlighting Wirral’s best sporting achievers and unsung heroes
who dedicate their time and service to their clubs and
associations. The prestigious Wirral Sports Awards evening,
celebrating it’s 55th year, was opened by the Mayor, Councillor
Tony Smith, himself a passionate sports fan and was hosted by
BBC Radio Merseyside’s Ian Kennedy.
Tranmere player Connor Jennings attended to receive the Wirral
Sports Person Award 2019. Women’s England player Jodie Taylor
and her former school Oldershaw picked up the Outstanding
Achievement Award.

Full details of our 2019 winners on our  Awards Page

why we joined the sports forum

I represent the Wirral Badminton League with nearly 300 registered players on Wirral. We are trying to re-engage with the public and create enthusiasm for juniors to start playing the sport. The Wirral Sports Forum provides an ideal platform for us to share our achievements and also to learn how we can do things better in terms of promotion and financial awards we may be entitled to.
Representing the Wirral Gymnastics Club, I joined the forum to make contact with Wirral's wider sporting community. The forum provides opportunities to learn from the experiences of other sports clubs and to address problems common to various sporting disciplines. Some of our members have benefitted from awards or bursaries and it is great for their achievements to be recognised outside the club.
We have been running a club on the Wirral for many years and are always looking for new ways to engage students. The Sports Forum offers support and ideas as well as contacts in various lines of business which are always good to know. The awards and burseries are a fantastic way to acknowledge the amazing achievements of Wirral athletes no matter what sport they participate in.

Our Fantastic Forum Supporters