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Social responsibility

Social responsibility – including outside our company – has been a matter of course for Sport-Thieme for many years. We particularly want to be involved with our region, but of course we also want to be proactive in associations, trade chambers and clubs directly connected to our industry.

We therefore work with a diverse range of partners from various fields. More information on all of our partners is available at: www.sport-thieme.com/about-us/company/partners.

Our partners also include associations with specific responsibilities, whose work we support in a variety of different ways, and which we value and consider to be very important for society.


Ostfalia University in Germany is one of Sport-Thieme’s many partners and provides the important social aspect of education. This includes close cooperation with the Sports Management course. Alongside many practical projects, we also offer lectures and are on hand to assist students with conferences, trips or sports projects. 
Ostfalia University’s Prof. Ariane Bagusat explains why this partnership is so important for the students. “The diverse support provided by Sport-Thieme makes a significant contribution to providing students with a solid and practical education.” In addition, it means that we are able to offer students interesting internships or trainee posts.


Alongside many large organisations, we are also pleased to support the work of numerous small projects. Of course, sport-related projects take priority. We do also try to support social and cultural initiatives as effectively as possible though. An example of this is three SOS Children’s Villages where our help has made a big difference.


Please send your individual sponsorship requests to us at sportsponsoring@sport-thieme.com. We review each request individually against several criteria to see if it is possible to provide sponsorship.

The Sport-Thieme Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

Sport-Thieme Ltd. is a multinational retailer specialising in sports and therapy products. By selling goods from this specific group of products, we intend to improve the quality of life and health of our customers.

In compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015, Sport-Thieme would like to make the following statement regarding its efforts to prevent slavery and human trafficking in its supply chain.

Policies and basic values relating to modern slavery within the whole organisation

Sport-Thieme products are sourced from a broad range of national and international suppliers. All of the relationships with our international suppliers are chosen carefully by our purchasing department and they know many suppliers personally.

As a family-owned business, Sport-Thieme is committed to social and environmental responsibility, in the local area near our headquarters and offices as well as in our actions globally. Sport-Thieme has zero tolerance for modern slavery and human trafficking. We hold ourselves and our supply chain accountable and fully comply with the standards of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. We recognise that modern slavery is a complex supply chain issue and we work closely with our customers, suppliers and partners to prevent it.

We are undertaking all reasonable and practical steps, including factory, warehouse and tied accommodation inspections and audits, to ensure that our standards are being implemented within our suppliers´ businesses and that local legislation and regulations are complied with. Moreover, we have established our own sustainability report with information about social, environmental and economic challenges. It is addressed to our suppliers, employees, politicians, authorities, schools, universities, NGO´s and to all the people living in regions in which we operate (https://www.sport-thieme.com/about-us/sustainability-report).

The company will not support or deal with any business knowingly involved in slavery or human trafficking.

The company directors will take full responsibility for implanting this policy statement and its objectives and will provide adequate resources (training etc.) and investment to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place within the organisation and its supply chains.

This policy statement will be reviewed annually and updated if necessary.