At Right To Play UK's annual Sports Quiz, teams from some of the City's leading firms, and a host of sporting celebrities, pit their wits against each other and raise funds for our life-changing work.
When: Wednesday, 8 March 2017
Where: The Grange, St Paul's, London
John Inverdale will return to host our interactive sports quiz at The Grange hotel in central London. Thirty teams from the City's leading firms will compete alongside stars from the world of sport to see if they have what it takes to become champions, like last year's winners - a team from PwC.
Expect some new innovations alongside quiz classics, as well as the ever-popular Heads & Tails round. There may even be the odd video question from a global sporting superstar or two. Running alongside the main competition will be silent and live auctions with fabulous prizes to be won.
You can view highlights from the 2016 event in the following video:
There are two table packages:
Every week the lives of over one million children are being transformed as they play Right To Play games and learn to bring about positive change. We train thousands of local community leaders and teachers to become volunteer coaches. They coach children in specially designed games to equip them with the learning,
The inaugural Sports Quiz took place on Wednesday 18th May 2016 at The Grange, St. Pauls in London. Hosted by
The generosity of our guests meant the evening raised £124,000 towards our life-changing work, enabling over 4,000 children to take part in our play-based activities for a year.
|Event End Date||08-03-2017|
|Location||The Grange, St Paul's|
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