About Sustainable Innovation in Sport

Following the success of its two previous editions, on the 2-3 May 2018 the Sustainable Innovation in Sport Forum brought together leaders within the global sports scene; sports leagues and clubs, federations, sports venues, broadcasters, Governments, UN, private entities, and NGOs, among others, to discuss how the sports industry can inspire and encourage action for the fight against climate change.

HIGH-LEVEL NETWORKING

The only high-level European meeting to bring together stakeholders and influencers innovating in the sports sustainability sector.

AMSTERDAM ARENA

In partnership with Amsterdam Arena – the world’s leading smart playground.

PRACTICAL CASE STUDIES

Sharing practical advice on setting and succesfully delivering a sustainability strategy that positively impacts the environment, fans and the business.

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2018 Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors

Bluewater Group

Gold Sponsors

Eaton
Delta Electronics
Allcot Group

Carbon Offset Partner

Ecosphere+

Past Sponsors & Partners Include:

Past Sponsors & Partners Include:

FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme)
FFBB (Fédération Française de Basket-Ball)
UNFCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change)
Roland Garros
IOC (International Olympic Committee)
UEFA (Union of European Football Associations)
Ministre de la Jeunesse et des Sports (Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports)
Stade de France
Rio 2016 Olympic Committee
Arsenal
NHL (National Hockey League)
MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club)
PGA (Professional Golfer’s Association)
Land Rover BAR

Testimonials

Testimonials

Latest News

Latest News

UK football clubs urged to do more on single-use plastics

UK politicians are pressing for the country’s football leagues to take stronger action on reducing plastic waste.
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Wimbledon will ban plastic straws for upcoming championship

Wimbledon, the iconic tennis venue, will ditch plastic straws at this year’s tournament, replacing them instead with recyclable alternatives.
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UEFA calls attention to the ‘significant issue’ of making sport sustainable

UEFA, football’s governing body in Europe, has released a new report emphasising the urgent need to make sport more sustainable.
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