The National Sports Museum Online is a listing of sports-related collections held by museums, archives and clubs around the country. Here you can browse through all the organisations who have supplied details of their collections.
- The University Archives contain records of sports clubs and teams such as the University of Liverpool's Athletics Club (Athletic Union) and also the records of the British Universities Sports Association (BUSA). The Children's Book collections contain nearly 700 19th-20th century volumes on the history of physical education, gymnastics and other sports from Archery to Yachting. Many are illustrated with contemporary photographs.See more
- The the Cadbury Research Library has a number of records and archives relating to sporting achievement through the years. The collection includes original photographs and collections, part of an extensive Sports and Athletics Collections held at the University of Birmingham.See more
- The Victoria Baths Archive represents the rich social and sporting history of Victoria Baths, the Baths and Wash-houses of Manchester, and the history of swimming and Turkish Baths in general. It contains pictures, documents, objects, audio, video and memories.See more
- The primary aim of the National Cycle Archive is the preservation of documents relating to cycles and cycling. It consists of many separate collections of books, journals and archives deposited or donated by cycling bodies and individuals, and provides a wealth of information about the development of cycling, for sport and leisure, from the 19th century onwards.See more