Nominations close October 20, 2017 at Midnight (AEST).
The Good Sports Awards give us the opportunity to recognise and celebrate the passionate clubs and people who inspire healthy and strong sporting communities.
Sport has the power to inspire and unite us. It brings people together and turns dreams into reality.
This year’s Good Sports Award winners will set an example that the whole country can be proud of and should aspire to be.
From Perth to Bondi, Alice Springs and everywhere in between – there are now close to 8,000 clubs in the Good Sports family. Who will be our Good Sports Clubs of the Year?
To kick start your nomination, we’ve written some great tips for you. Click here to read them.
So what are you waiting for? Start nominating today!
Is my club eligible to win?
The Good Sports Awards are a chance to celebrate clubs that are part of the Good Sports program.
There are some sporting clubs that inspire, improve and enrich their local communities. These are the clubs who are dedicated to making sure their clubs are safe, family-friendly, inclusive and support places to be, the clubs who live and breathe the Good Sports values.
Remember, only Level 3 Good Sports clubs are eligible for this category. Contact Good Sports to progress your accreditation and become eligible to win Good Sports Club of the Year. Click here to nominate.
Every club has a club champion. The inspiring people who breathe life into our clubs and set an exemplary example for our kids. Without them, the great Australian community sports club would not exist. Click here to nominate.
Together with Good Sports, a growing number of community sporting clubs across Australia are leading the charge when it comes to changing attitudes towards health. With 60% of Australian adults and 25% of children and adolescents now classed as overweight or obese, it’s more important than ever to teach people healthy habits. Click here to nominate.
Together with Good Sports, a growing number community sporting clubs across Australia are making mental health just as important as physical health. These clubs are taking remarkable steps so they can provide their members with a positive support network to tackle mental health issues. Click here to nominate.
Together with Good Sports and nib Foundation, community sporting clubs across Australia are helping make sport more enjoyable for juniors. Clubs that are part of the nib Foundation Good Sports Junior program promote healthy behaviours that help juniors to develop life skills while also providing significant physical, emotional and social health benefits. Click here to nominate.
The Good Sports network is growing quickly and we could not have reached that many clubs without the support of our partners. This is our way of recognising those organisations that have shown commitment to preventing harm from alcohol and other drugs within their sporting communities. Click here to nominate.