‘Get Fit for Business’ – Be amongst the many companies that have already signed up to the 2024 Games
As the countdown to the prestigious UK Corporate Games in Leeds commences, companies across the UK are grasping the opportunity to champion employee wellness, team spirit, and healthy competition. The start of a new year is the perfect chance to encourage a healthy workforce and inspire employees to pursue an active lifestyle. With registrations for the 2024 Games open, businesses of all sizes are enthusiastically enrolling their teams into the largest multi-sport festival for businesses.
International and nationwide companies such as Safran, Balfour Beatty, Lloyds Banking Group, Places for People, B. Braun, IBM, Freeth’s Solicitors, Insight and Myzone all took part in the 2023 Games at Warwick and are already assembling their teams for 2024. Local Leeds-based companies Nexus, Luxury Flooring, Hatch, Sports Hub Group, Pure Retirement and hosts University of Leeds have also signed up to this unrivalled event.
Declan Christie, Director at Luxury Flooring expressed excitement about the company’s participation, entering colleagues into football, padel and squash events, stated “We’re delighted to be taking part in the 2024 UK Corporate Games. This event aligns perfectly with our commitment to teamwork, well-being and community engagement. We’re looking forward to getting stuck in and competing alongside other businesses, as well as encouraging some healthy competition in the office!”
Irrespective of team size or sporting ability, companies can enter teams in any of the 20+ sports, these include football, netball, padel, tennis, dragon boat racing, open water swimming, softball, touch rugby, basketball, to name a few… companies are encouraged to register early to secure their entries. The sports will be staged at some of the best sporting venues Leeds has to offer, including the Brownlee Centre, Bodington Football Hub, the Edge, Moor Allerton Golf Club, Chapel Allerton Padel Centre and more.
Doug White, Games Director, said: “We are thrilled with the response that we’ve had from businesses across the UK since we announced that the city of Leeds will host the 2024 event. With over 20 different sports there is something for everyone, whether that’s competing in the run to achieve your first 5k or giving softball a go for the first time. The Games are open to all for the benefit of all and provides a great platform for companies to motivate their employees to be active as well as build positive relationships with other colleagues.”
The Games Launch is set to take place on the 6th February at Cloth Hall Court, University of Leeds. We are delighted that the 2024 UK Corporate Games Ambassador Alistair Brownlee MBE will be joining us to represent the Brownlee Foundation, the Games Official Charity Partner.