National Governing Bodies for Sport (NGBs) are usually independent, self-appointed organisations that govern their sport with the consent of the organisations involved in the sport itself.
Sport England appoints NGBs according to a specific recognition process. This process aims to identify a single lead NGB structure which is capable of governing a sport at UK, GB or home country level.
The Sport England NGB recognition criteria focus on establishing whether an NGB has achieved a position of pre-eminence within its sport and whether it has a reasonable level of internal organisation and governance.
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