This Girl Can campaign launches soon


Information and resources on Sport England's 'This Girl Can' campaign are available. The campaign will launch on 12 January 2015, but you can now register as a partner and for resources.

A toolkit and registration area are now live and available for partners to register and access materials.

You can now register as a partner and for resources at Note that your application for registration will be reviewed by Sport England.

Key things to know about registering*

*Note 'we' and 'us' below refers to Sport England

1.    We want anyone who shares our aspirations and values to use the This Girl Can brand mark and assets. As such, all partners will need to register for a license and agree to or terms of use to access and use the logo and marketing materials.
2.    Registration is an easy process and you will receive your partner login within 48 hours.
3.    Where possible, please create one registration only for your organisation or club.
4.    ‘Umbrella agreements’ are not permissible. Any partner organisation that you work with will need to complete their own registration and agree to the terms of use before using the logo and materials.
5.    Once you receive your login, the guidelines, logo and marketing materials can be easily downloaded from the partner area
6.    All artwork will need to be approved via – please factor in a five day turnaround for approval, although we will endeavour to fast track as best as we can. Please alert us to your deadlines when you submit.

The toolkit includes:

  • Branding and imagery guidelines
  • This Girl Can logo in print and web formats

Images suitable for high quality print and web are also going to be available for download. Additional resources to be made available in 2015 include FAQs, Women in Sport Insight Overview, and merchandising. 

The campaign will launch on 12 January 2015.

If you have not yet signed up for information your group can sign up at the Sport England website at

If you have any questions please contact

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