Nominations for inclusion in the index are now open – Find out how to enter and what our judges are looking for below.

The Laureus Sport for Good Index nomination period is now open.
Nominations will close on the 22nd July 2022.

To be eligible, entries must relate to the period: 1 January 2021 – 1 July 2022.

When submitting your entry, you will be required to submit the following information:

Overall Brand Summary (200 words maximum)

Your brand summary should include your overall vision and objectives for the brand and the positive impact that you are aiming to achieve through your involvement with sport. It should clearly demonstrate how your brand is leading the way in delivering societal or ecological impacts through collaboration, innovation, and creativity.

Project / Case Study Summary (500 words maximum per project)

Please provide details of one to three project/case studies, with a maximum of 500 words per project. These should illustrate how you are working with a club, team or property, including but not limited to the following:

  • Climate action/environmentalism
  • Health and education programmes
  • Diversity, equality, and inclusion
  • Conflict resolution
  • Disaster relief
  • Social/political activism

Company logo

Please supply your company logo in colour as a vector eps file. We recommend a dpi of at least 300. If you are successful with your nomination, this will be used alongside your listing in the Sport for Good Index

Annual sustainability report

Please provide your annual sustainability report, individual ESG or CSR report, whichever is most appropriate. Alternatively, you can provide your general annual report.

Supporting Materials

Please provide supporting materials where you feel it will enhance your entry, such as case studies, images, or video links.  Judges are not required to score supporting material, but you can use it as evidence to support a claim. For this reason, please ensure all important statements are included in the main summaries of your submission.


Please provide any relevant testimonial evidence from charities, clients, partners, and industry figures.

When reviewing your submission, the judges will be looking for evidence of the following:

  • Impact: Evidence of measurable impact and tangible results derived from sports-related CSR and ESG activities
  • Innovation: Evidence of creativity, innovation and ambition in ongoing projects and purpose-led campaigns
  • Commitment: Commitment to, and evidence of, the highest standards of environmental, social, and corporate governance
  • Investment: The portion of financial investment into sport that goes towards sport for good causes
  • Sustainable Development Goals: Extent to which sports-related activities align with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals
  • Commercial viability: Extent to which purpose-led investments link to a valid and identifiable business metric
  • Overall Assessment: Key considerations for the overall assessment will also include the Triple Bottom Line of People, Planet and Profit.
    • People: Is the brand ensuring that the sports industry becomes a more equitable place for its stakeholders and provides greater social value to its communities?
    • Planet: Is the brand actively reducing sport’s ecological  footprint and ensuring that it’s partners do the same?
    • Profit: Is the brand ensuring the sports industry and its stakeholders garner economic benefits by implementing policies which  prioritise  society  and  the  environment  within  which  they  operate?’

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