11KBW’s barristers advise and represent clients on sports law and sports-related matters, both as a stand-alone specialism and as a natural adjunct to our award-winning employment practice, as well as our highly-acclaimed human rights, regulatory, public, EU, data protection/data privacy and commercial law practices.
The 2TG Sports Law Team comprises specialist advocates who have extensive experience of acting for clients in high profile or sensitive matters across all major sports including football, rugby (union and league), motorsports (F1, MotoGP, motocross, Formula 3 and karting), cycling, equestrianism, cricket, skiing, gymnastics, martial arts, netball and tennis.
In the sports law sector members of 39 Essex Chambers offer a full service, multi-disciplinary approach, with expertise in commercial contracts, service agreements, image rights, intellectual property, competition law, state aid, insurance coverage, governance, disciplinary, licensing, gaming, tax, VAT, planning, stadium construction and safety, immigration, anti-doping, selection and eligibility, judicial review and safeguarding. When required, members are able to call on their commercial experience in dealing with fraud and corruption issues.
4 New Square Chambers is one of the leading sets for Sports Law in the UK. Chambers regularly acts for domestic and international governing bodies, clubs, agents, and individual athletes, as well as mediating and arbitrating significant sports disputes.
We are a leading niche family law practice, advising on all aspects of family law including divorce, cohabitation and finance and children issues with particular expertise in cases involving international elements such as overseas property and offshore asset holding structures. We also specialise in prenuptial and post nuptial agreements as well as cohabitation agreements and mediation. The firm has a wide ranging client base including sportspeople and clients in the public eye, whose privacy the firm has been successful in protecting, along with senior figures in banking and industry.
Members of Blackstone Chambers have exceptional expertise and experience across all areas of sports law, ranging from state control of the sector, through sports body governance and regulation, and employment and other horizontal relationships between participants, to all aspects of the commercial exploitation of sport.
Charles Russell Speechlys is the preeminent law firm for clients in the sport sector, and has been at the forefront of providing legal advice in the sports sector for more than 100 years
Harrison Clark Rickerbys has over 800 people across England and Wales, providing city-quality legal services to individuals and businesses across the southwest, the West Midlands, Wye Valley and Thames Valley corridors.
Our sports law team has advised clients on a wide range of legal issues across a variety of different sports for over fifty years. In that time, we have built a strong foundation based upon providing clients with a wealth of experience and a personal and engaging approach. Our clients include clubs, agents, sponsors, players' unions, federations, and some of the best athletes in the world.
Outer Temple Chambers’ Sports Law team has an established team of internationally recognised barristers offering comprehensive coverage of all areas of sports law including safeguarding, litigation, governance and regulation, employment and commercial contracts.
The sports law team at Russells now boasts a prestigious client list across the sports world, from individual sportspeople including athletes, footballers and boxers, to sporting organisations; we have extensive experience acting for promotors, managers, event organisers and other sporting bodies.
Sheridans' industry-recognised Sports Law group works with and within a number of sports, including football, cricket, basketball, tennis, athletics, golf, rugby union and league, table tennis, cycling, badminton and netball, and regularly advises clients (both in the UK and internationally) on all commercial matters relating to sports law.