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Sports Links
  • The Sports Industries Federation - Their website is the best first point of contact for anyone wanting information about the British sport and fitness industry.
  • Scottish Sports Council
    Caledonia House, South Gyle, Edinburgh EH12 9DQ
    Tel: 0131 317 7200. Fax: 0131 339 7150
  • Sports Council for Wales
    Sophia Gardens, Cardiff CF1 9SW
    Tel: 01222 300500. Fax: 01222 300600
  • The Sports Council for Northern Ireland
    House of Sport, Upper Malone Road, Belfast BT9 5LA Tel: 01232 381222. Fax: 01232 682757
  • Department for Culture, Media and Sport
    2-4 Cockspur Street, London SW1Y 5DH
    Tel: 0171 211 6200. Fax: 0171 211 6032
  • The British Council Consultant Sport
    10 Spring Gardens
    London SW1 2BN

  • Sky Sports Football: the football pages of one of Britain’s biggest satellite broadcasters. www.sky.com/skysports/home/
  • Football Supporters’ Association: News from the world of British football including links to Premiership and League sites and a fans’ chatroom. http://www.fsa.org.uk/
  • Sporting Life: Live UK sports, news, views and results. http://www.sporting-life.com
  • British athletics: www.british-athletics.co.uk
  • Guardian footballunlimited: http://football.guardian.co.uk/
  • Official British Olympic Association: www.olympics.org.uk
  • Sports online: www.sportsonline.co.uk
  • SPRITO: National Training Organisation for Sport: www.sprito.org.uk
  • The British at Playa social history of British sport from 1600 to the present is written by Nigel Townson and published by Cavallioti Publishers, Bucharest (1997). It is part of the BC series ‘British Cultural Studies’ produced by the BC in Romania. Available from Mona Dobrelaza, BC, Calea Dorobantilor 1471132 Bucharest. E-mail: mona.dobra@bc-bucharest.sprint.com, US $4


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