About Sport Wellington

Sport Wellington is the independent body for sport and recreation and is committed to everyone in the greater Wellington region having a life-long involvement in sport and active recreation.  Sport Wellington is a Regional Sports Trust (RST) established in 1990 with charitable status under the Charities Act.

The RST operates within a wide geographical area, spanning the region between Otaki in the west across to Masterton in the east and Wellington City in the south.  The region encompasses eight territorial authority areas (matching the Wellington Regional Council area) with a population of 487,700.

Sport Wellington is governed by a Board of Trustees and managed by a CEO and General Manager, with 29 (made up of full and part-time) employees.

Sport Wellington’s main funding partners are Sport NZ, New Zealand Community Trust, Eastern and Central Community Trust, Ministry of Health, and Wellington Community Trust.  We also partner with other like-minded organisations such as territorial authorities, trusts and corporate sponsors.

2014 - 2020 Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan Summary click on the video below to get an introduction to our Get Involved Strategy

Latest Annual Report

2013/2014 Annual Report

Latest Audited Financial Statement

2013/2014 Audited Financial Statement 

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Congratulations to all those named as finalists in the 2015 Hutt City Sports Awards! Winners will be announced during the 14 May awards ceremony, and an overall Hutt City Sportsperson of the Year will be selected from each of the category winners. Check out the list of finalists here.

Have you submitted your nominations yet? Less than 2 wks till noms close for #WgtnSportsAwards. Get yours in now! http://t.co/AnDgQmHvjM

Have you submitted your 2015 Sport Wellington Sportsperson of the Year Awards nominations yet? With nominations closing on Friday, 24 April at 5pm, there are only a couple of weeks left to compile and submit your nominations - don't miss this fantastic opportunity to reward your achievers and celebrate success in your sport! This is a chance to not only showcase your high performing sportspeople, but to shine a light on administrators, volunteers and officials who make sport happen. Visit our website for more information, or to submit your nomination now.

Congratulations to all of the winners at last nights NZ Sport and Recreation Awards, Sport Bay of Plenty, Sport Gisborne Tairawhiti, Yachting New Zealand, Rowing New Zealand, Visit Auckland, Sport New Zealand. Special congrats to Arthur Klapp, a founding member of our own Cigna Round the Bays, on receiving a Lifetime Achievement award, acknowledging his work across several community sports events.

Narelle Hoile and her family have been making some really positive lifestyle changes with the help of our Green Prescription & Active Families Wellington programme. They have been increasing their daily physical activity and taking part in local events such as this years Cigna Round the Bays. Read about their continued efforts here. Keep up the great work Hoile family!

RT @minhealthnz: Find out how Narelle's family's been getting active with support from @SportWgtn http://t.co/YxmYpkzK99 http://t.co/qTSp2e…

Congrats to NZCT AIMS Games for winning the Event Excellence Award at #NZSportRecAwards @sportbopnz

Activation Upper Hutt are running a series of massage and strapping workshops. Go along and learn some handy tips and techniques!

Come along to the Wellington City Council 2015 Sport and Recreation forum. This forum is ideal for anyone associated with, or passionate about sport and recreation in Wellington - not just committee members. It’s a great opportunity to engage with other sport and recreation groups. There will be some great speakers and workshops, directly relevant to people working or volunteering in the sport and recreation sector. When: Tuesday 14th April, 6:15-8:30pm Where: ASB Sports Centre, Kemp St, Kilbirnie Registration: Its FREE! Please fill out this simple online form or you can reply to this email with your name and organisation. Please RSVP by Friday 10 April.

Hi All. Blind Soccer Football with Tony Larkin - Episode 35 of The Blind Sport Podcast is out. Visit http://theblindsportpodcast.com How do blind people play Football? Yes, we are talking about Soccer, the round ball game. In episode 35 we talk with Tony Larkin from England about Blind Football. Football for the blind and partially sighted started out as a playground game for school children in special schools for the visually impaired. This five per side game (four field players plus a Goal Keeper) has now become one of the most popular sports for people with a visual impairment worldwide. The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) has two types of football - B1 for footballers who are completely blind and B2/B3 for players who are partially sighted. B1 football has become one of the biggest sports on the Paralympic Games programme following its debut at the Athens 2004 games. During a footballing career spanning fifteen years Tony Larkin made over 450 professional appearances for several English teams. It was while he was playing for Shrewsbury that he first became involved with the Royal National College for the Blind after doing some voluntary work there. Impressed with the enthusiasm of the students he returned to RNC to coach sports after finishing his playing career at Hereford United. Tony was instrumental in helping to establish the United Kingdom's first football academy for visually impaired players. He has lead the Great Britain blind football team to several Paralympic Games, European and World Championships and now runs training programs for other coaches from around the United Kingdom and throughout Europe. Tony became Patron of British Blind Sport in March 2013. For more information about blind football check out http://www.ibsasport.org/sports/football/ I also include some motivational quotations. You can subscribe, download and listen to The Blind Sport Podcast for free via iTunes or the website http://theblindsportpodcast.com. It is also on AGOGO, Tune in, Stitcher and IBlink Radio. Please share this podcast link with your social networks as the more that people get to listen, the greater the ability to create a community of blind sport supporters. Be a friend of the show by following @blindsportmike on Twitter or liking our page on Facebook http://facebook.com/theblindsportpodcast Cheers, Mike.

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Wellington Hockey has been working hard to find new funders, sponsors and partners for the upcoming season, we would like to thank all of them for their support of hockey in Wellington! Sport Wellington, Dulux, The Big Picture, The Lion Foundation and Infinity Foundation! Please support them like they support us!

With nominations now open for Wellingtons biggest celebration of sporting excellence, you may be thinking.. should I bother submitting a nomination? YES! This is a chance to not only showcase your high performing sportspeople but to also shine a light on the administrators, volunteers and officials who make your sport happen. This is your sport’s opportunity to celebrate its successes and to recognise your champions! Submit your nomination now at wellingtonsportsawards.co.nz..

We have two of our six regional KiwiSport forums left to go. The forums are intended to showcase KiwiSport impact and gather community feedback. PORIRUA - Tuesday 31 March, 6.30-8.30pm, Te Rauparaha Arena LOWER HUTT - Thursday 16 April, 6.30pm-8.30pm, Pelorus Trust Sports House (*please note this is an updated date, as the original date of 2 April has been postponed.) For more information visit link below and to attend please RSVP to kiwisport@sportwellington.org.nz.

Nominations are now open for the 2015 #Wellington #Sportsperson of the Year #Awards! http://t.co/AnDgQmZ6Im #WgtnSPOY http://t.co/yW7iHgzVX1

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