This week Sport England announced it has awarded an extra £101m of National Lottery and government funding to the governing bodies of 25 sports, including netball.
The campaign is the first of its kind to feature women who sweat and jiggle as they exercise.
The Football Association is one of six sports to receive reduced public funding and will see a £1.6 million drop in its subsidy.
Deprived areas to get further £7.5 million boost for sports projects
The UK government has announced new funding for school sport and PE worth £150m a year for the next two years
Sport England is investing £32 million of National Lottery funding in Sportivate, which will give 14- to 25-years the chance to receive six to eight weeks of coaching in a sport of their choice.
This year’s National Sports Conference will see the launch of the new National Sports Strategy for Colleges, as well as focusing on vital issues such as Sport England and Youth Sport Trust Policy for FE, School Games and reductions in entitlement funding and FESCo funding.
Places People Play will bring the sporting legacy to life in communities across the country, answering London 2012’s Singapore promise to inspire a new generation to play sport.