Right To Play/United Kingdom/the team/Athlete Ambassadors

Right To Play Ambassadors help create awareness around the work we do, championing Sport for Development and Right To Play. We have over 300 Ambassadors in 40 countries worldwide; they all share Right To Play values and serve as role models for children.

Chemmy Alcott 

Right To Play Ambassadors are key figures in our organisation, most are professionals from the world of sport, but as the charity grows people from media, arts and politics are also getting involved. These are people who understand the power of sport, and its ability to build essential life skills such as self-esteem, discipline, fair play, respect and teamwork.

Right To Play Athlete Ambassadors speak to the media on behalf of us and attend events and fundraisers. Many Ambassadors have visited Right To Play programmes in the field to generate awareness and fundraising opportunities, and to see the effectiveness of our work first-hand.  

Ambassadors in the Limelight 

Right To Play Ambassadors Medal at the Olympics

If Right To Play were a nation they would have come fifth in the Olympic medal table! 23 medals, including 6 from our UK Ambassadors: Nicola Adams, Crista Cullen, Alex Danson, Mark Hunter, Laura Robson and Greg Rutherford. Huge well done to all of them!

Sports Personality of the Year 2011

Right To Play Ambassador Mark Cavendish had an amazing year in 2011, winning a Green Jersey in the Tour de France and the World Championships. Therefore, when he won Sports Personality of the Year for 2011 it was thoroughly deserved. Mark has backed Right To Play for a number of years now, helping us raise funds and awareness.