Sport in England

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Sport in England plays a prominent role in English society.wikipedia
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Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

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The Minister for Sport and Tourism and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport have responsibility for sport in England.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) is a department of the United Kingdom government, with responsibility for culture and sport in England, the building of a Digital Economy, and some aspects of the media throughout the whole UK, such as broadcasting and internet.

English Institute of Sport

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The English Institute of Sport is a nationwide network of support services, aimed at improving the standard of English athletes.

Sport England

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Sport England is the governing body responsible for distributing funds and providing strategic guidance for sporting activity in England.

National Sports Centre

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There are five National Sports Centres: Bisham Abbey, Crystal Palace, Holme Pierrepont National Watersports Centre, Lilleshall and Plas Y Brenin National Mountain Centre in Wales.
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Everyday Sport

Everyday Sport is Sport England’s physical activity campaign.

England

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The English Institute of Sport is a nationwide network of support services, aimed at improving the standard of English athletes. Popular teams sports in England include football, field hockey, cricket, rugby union, rugby league, and netball. The game of baseball was first described in 18th century England.

Association football

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Popular teams sports in England include football, field hockey, cricket, rugby union, rugby league, and netball. A number of modern sports were codified in England during the nineteenth century, among them cricket, rugby union, rugby league, football, field hockey, squash, tennis, and badminton.

Field hockey

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Popular teams sports in England include football, field hockey, cricket, rugby union, rugby league, and netball. A number of modern sports were codified in England during the nineteenth century, among them cricket, rugby union, rugby league, football, field hockey, squash, tennis, and badminton.

Cricket

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Popular teams sports in England include football, field hockey, cricket, rugby union, rugby league, and netball. A number of modern sports were codified in England during the nineteenth century, among them cricket, rugby union, rugby league, football, field hockey, squash, tennis, and badminton.

Rugby union

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Popular teams sports in England include football, field hockey, cricket, rugby union, rugby league, and netball. A number of modern sports were codified in England during the nineteenth century, among them cricket, rugby union, rugby league, football, field hockey, squash, tennis, and badminton.

Rugby league

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Popular teams sports in England include football, field hockey, cricket, rugby union, rugby league, and netball. A number of modern sports were codified in England during the nineteenth century, among them cricket, rugby union, rugby league, football, field hockey, squash, tennis, and badminton.

Netball

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Popular teams sports in England include football, field hockey, cricket, rugby union, rugby league, and netball.

Badminton

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Major individual sports include badminton, athletics, tennis, boxing, golf, cycling, motorsport and horseracing. A number of modern sports were codified in England during the nineteenth century, among them cricket, rugby union, rugby league, football, field hockey, squash, tennis, and badminton.

Sport of athletics

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Major individual sports include badminton, athletics, tennis, boxing, golf, cycling, motorsport and horseracing.

Tennis

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Major individual sports include badminton, athletics, tennis, boxing, golf, cycling, motorsport and horseracing. A number of modern sports were codified in England during the nineteenth century, among them cricket, rugby union, rugby league, football, field hockey, squash, tennis, and badminton.

Boxing

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Major individual sports include badminton, athletics, tennis, boxing, golf, cycling, motorsport and horseracing.

Golf

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Major individual sports include badminton, athletics, tennis, boxing, golf, cycling, motorsport and horseracing.

Cycling

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Major individual sports include badminton, athletics, tennis, boxing, golf, cycling, motorsport and horseracing.

Motorsport

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Major individual sports include badminton, athletics, tennis, boxing, golf, cycling, motorsport and horseracing.

Horse racing

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Major individual sports include badminton, athletics, tennis, boxing, golf, cycling, motorsport and horseracing.

Squash (sport)

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A number of modern sports were codified in England during the nineteenth century, among them cricket, rugby union, rugby league, football, field hockey, squash, tennis, and badminton.

Baseball

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The game of baseball was first described in 18th century England.

Olympic Games

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England has its own national team in most team sports, but the United Kingdom sends a combined team to the Olympics.

British Home Championship

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In particular, football's British Home Championship no longer takes place.

Berwick Rangers F.C.

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There are various anomalies however, such as the participation of the three largest Welsh football clubs in the English league system and an English club in the Scottish Football League.