• Designed to Move

    Designed to Move: The Physical Activity Action Agenda

    DESIGNED TO MOVE offers consensus on the path forward to combat physical inactivity worldwide - a single vision: Future generations running, jumping and kicking to reach their greatest potential. A new normal.

  • Export


    Guides, events, manuals and news articles on exporting effectively.

  • Join SGIA

    Join SGIA

    The SGIA membership base continues to grow, and the association welcomes new members. If you would like to be a part of the voice for the UK sports goods industry then join today.

  • This Girl Can

    This Girl Can Campaign

    This Girl Can campaign is designed to be a celebration of active women across the country, demonstrating that girls and women of any size, ability or experience can make sport an enjoyable part of their lives.


Welcome to the Sporting Goods Industry Associations’ Website

The Sporting Goods Industry Association (SGIA) represents manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors of sporting goods in the UK. The Association brings together the power of the sports brands across many elements of sport for the benefit of the industry as a whole.


  • Represent members as the unified voice of the sporting goods industry
  • Provide links for members to work with Government Partners, National Associations and Governing Bodies (Sport England, CSPN, SRA, YST)
  • Lobby UK and European Government
  • Assist with the development of industry specifications
  • Work closely with UKTI to access funding for export opportunities
  • Hold industry seminars, think tanks and member networking events

Latest News

  • 20 Aug 2015
    Advice on how to help women and girls get active is at your fingertips with the launch of a free interactive guide.
  • 14 Aug 2015
    Those of you that use social media regularly might have come across the hashtag #BeActive lately.
  • 14 Aug 2015
    The London Marathon Charitable Trust, the charitable trust of the London Marathon that supports organisations and communities that are committed to inspiring and increasing the numbers of people regularly taking part in sports and physical activities, has introduced two funding streams for 2015.
  • 13 Aug 2015
    The Football Association (FA) will invest a record £260m into grassroots football over the next four years – a £60m increase on the funding allotted for the previous four-year period.
Promote, develop & protect
the interests of the UK’s
Sporting Goods Industry

Members Profiles

Members Benefits

SGiA on Twitter

  • Sporting Goods Ind.
    20 Aug 2015
    European Week of Sport aims aim is to promote sport and physical activity across Europe #BeActive http://t.co/yLwZkYgAkh
  • Sporting Goods Ind.
    13 Aug 2015
    FA to invest record £260m in #grassroots #football http://t.co/inbJ5t3fNt
  • Sporting Goods Ind.
    13 Aug 2015
    European Commission has updated the draft table for categorization of knee-pads under the PPE Directive. Get in touch for info
  • Sporting Goods Ind.
    29 Jul 2015
    Free Social Media Seminar for all FSPA Members http://t.co/7AQZ0soyDg
  • Sporting Goods Ind.
    22 Jul 2015
    RT @SportsInsightUK: ISPO – MUNICH - 24th – 27th January 2016 UK Exhibitor Pavilion / UKTI Grants @sportsandplay http://t.co/WD9ZxSf7Yu @…
  • Sporting Goods Ind.
    22 Jul 2015
    Want to help design future export support services with @UKTI. Join the @UKTI #exportjam around UK & online http://t.co/jIeNFtJqJq
  • Sporting Goods Ind.
    21 Jul 2015
    Public Health England has released new PowerPoint slides presenting key info on adult and child physical activity http://t.co/IUlfQaZZyO
  • Sporting Goods Ind.
    20 Jul 2015
    Glasgow 2014 Legacy Fund set up to get Scots active http://t.co/kvK8aaC1LU
  • Sporting Goods Ind.
    20 Jul 2015
    What should export support look like in 2025? Help @UKTI get a head start at #exportjam around the UK & online http://t.co/jIeNFtJqJq
  • Sporting Goods Ind.
    17 Jul 2015
    Want to help shape the future of support for UK exporters @UKTI will hold #Exportjam around the UK http://t.co/jIeNFtrPRS