Royal patronages | Queen Elizabeth II | sport


The royal family changed roles following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, but their dedication to the sport will remain unchanged. Through extensive links with charities and sporting bodies, significant publicity is gained for various organizations by royal patronages.

But who of the royal family is attached to which sports associations? Here are some of the examples of royalty offering patronage to the sport.

Prince William, Prince of Wales

President of the football association

The British Sub-Aqua Club

The Hurlingham Polo Association

Gloucestershire County Cricket Club

Princess Catherine, Princess of Wales

Rugby League Football

The Rugby Union

Sports help

The 1851 Trust

The Lawn Tennis Association

Princess Anne, the Princess Royal

Amateur Jockeys Association of Great Britain

British Olympic Association

UK Universities and Colleges Sport Limited

Give them a sporting chance

London Scottish Football Club

Racehorse Owners Association

Royal Naval Equestrian Association – Eventing

Royal Naval Sailing Association

The British Horse Society

The British Show Jumping Association

The Jockey Club

UK training

Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex

GB Snowsport Ltd

Sports and Recreation Alliance

The Royal Household Cricket Club

The Tennis and Rackets Association

Sophie, Countess of Wessex

British Bobsleigh and Skeleton Association

British Cycling Federation

British Wheelchair Basketball

England Hockey

Foundation of Light (Sunderland AFC)

British Armed Forces Winter Sports Association

The Duke of Kent

International Lawn Tennis Club of Great Britain

Kent County Cricket Club


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