State of Mind Sport is a charity that harnesses the power of sport to promote POSITIVE mental health among our sportsmen and women, fans and wider communities, and ultimately to prevent suicide.

We raise awareness of the issues surrounding mental health and well being and deliver EDUCATION on the subject to all levels of sport, business, education and community groups.

We SIGNPOST individuals to where they can receive care and support in their area.

First established in UK Super League in 2011, State of Mind Sport is now a much-loved national charity and international movement delivering its MESSAGE across rugby league, rugby union, multiple other sports, age groups and territories.


14th August 2020
Periods, The Pill and the Effect on Female Athletes

Periods, the pill and the effect on female athletes (Amy Lofthouse BBC Sport)

12th August 2020
Hull FC Players Test Positive for COVID 19

Super League has been thrown into chaos after six Hull FC players, five of whom played against Salford on Sunday, tested positive for Covid-19. Two members of the coaching team have also returned positive results in tests that took place the day after the game. A further player will be retested after an inconclusive result….

6th August 2020
England’s Rugby League World Cup 2021 Fixtures

The much-anticipated schedule, for what will be the biggest and best Rugby League World Cup ever, is historic as the men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments will be played concurrently for the first time.

27th February 2018
The State of Mind round

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6th June 2020
State of Mind World Record Breakers June 6th 2018

Today marks the two year anniversary since we broke a Guinness World Record at the Halliwell Jones with the North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and our colleague at Offload

26th May 2020
Rugby League United Podcast

Some of Rugby League’s biggest stars are opening up about their own experiences tackling issues around mental fitness in an exciting new initiative from Rugby League Cares.

1st April 2020
Rugby League United Campaign Building Mental Fitness

Rugby League is coming together like never before to preserve and enhance the mental and physical fitness of players, coaches, fans, match officials and administrators during the Coronavirus pandemic.