The 10 Best Sports Job Boards of 2022

Following from the success of the first Best Sports Job Boards Guide, launched in 2021, iWorkinSport decided to continue to provide you with a useful list of job boards that might help you find the job that you’ve been looking for. 

We have researched the web, analyse dozens of sites, made some new additions, and proudly present to you The Best Sports Job Boards of 2022. CLICK HERE to download a list with 30+ sports-related job boards – including some focused on countries such as Australia, Brazil, India, Japan and others.

With that, we have also update the ranking with the Top 10 sports job boards. Without further ado, here we go:

10. Indeed is a leading global job site, with over 250 million monthly unique visitors worldwide. 

Indeed strives to put job seekers first, giving them free access to search for jobs, post resumes, and research companies. Every day, they connect millions of people to new opportunities. There are multiple regional websites too.

The Sports Careers Agency job board presents a wide range of positions, covering several departments, including coaching, analytics, and business.
The listings are worldwide but they tend to focus on English-speaking countries.
In addition to the job board, Sport Careers Agency provides services to help candidates to build/improve their CVs and LinkedIn profiles.

As the name suggests, the website focuses on football (soccer). 

Usually, the job board presents a wide range of positions covering all the departments in a football club – from administration, operation and marketing roles, to more “on-the pitch” positions, such as Goalkeeper coaching assistant or youth scout. 

The blog contains very useful insights to those seeking a career in sport.

7. UK Sport  

UK Sport is a governmental organisation that provides strategic investments to enable Olympic and Paralympic sports in the Kingdom to thrive.
It was established in 1997 by the Royal Charter and, since then, it has greatly assisted Britain’s sport industry. 
One of the tools that the organisation has is a job board in which candidates can actively search for the position most suitable to their skills and knowledge.

Careers in Sport has become a leading platform for people looking for job and training opportunities in sports business, coaching, media and science.

The platform offers career advice from professionals in the industry, a directory of universities offering courses in sports and a directory of the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities available.

5. ThinkSport  

ThinkSport is a network that brings together the variety of sports-related expertise and excellence in Lausanne, Swiss city known as the Olympic Capital. 

It is home of dozens of international federations, sports organisations, research and development institutes, educational bodies, businesses, NGOs and more. 

Their rich job board services that outstanding community.

Global Sports is a leading careers platform for the international sports industry.

It provides data-driven digital career advertising and branding solutions to sports companies, academic institutions and training providers around the world. They work with hundreds of well-known sports organisations and their offers are truly global.

TeamWork Online is one of the largest sports-focused job boards in the USA. 

Operating since 1987, the company is a pioneer in the field of sports recruitment. 

TeamWork Online is the official job board for the major American sports leagues, such as the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB and MLS. 
If you are looking for jobs in the USA, definitely check them out. is a leading employment hub of the sports industry in the USA.  

With more than 20 years of existence, the platform features thousands of sports jobs and internships nationwide.
It also offers innovative resume-matching technology, a sport management degree directory, useful career advice articles and an excellent podcast. 

In 2021 the company was acquired by iHire – a platform that encompasses 57 industry-specific communities.

1. LinkedIn  

LinkedIn is not a sports-specific job board, but the fact is that there is no other place with that many job offers from all industries – including sports – on the web.

LinkedIn is not only a great tool for you to find a job, but it’s arguably the best online platform for recruiters to find you! 
If you don’t have a LinkedIn profile, go and make one now. If you have it, make sure it is updated and that it follows LinkedIn best practices.

Check out this iWorkinSport interview to find out how to stand out on LinkedIn!

Hors concours: iWorkinSport  

Since this is our list, we decided to leave ourselves "out of contest", but we still felt that we should mention the iWorkinSport’s job board, which was was created as a hub to aggregate the best offers.
Click on one of the aggregated jobs and you will be redirected to the original board – in this way, we also promote the hard work done by other companies in order to service job seekers around the world. We appreciate every single one of them.
In addition to the jobs that are automatically aggregated, our team also searches the web and curates the best offers for you on a daily basis.

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