2009 Games

Havering celebrating    

The 2009 Balfour Beatty London Youth Games were an enormous success. Almost 50,000 young Londoners from all 33 London boroughs participated in 60 competitions across 30 sports, enjoying the unique and inspirational multi-sport environment that only the London Youth Games delivers.

The competitive season began with the Indoor Cricket Cup Finals in the plush surroundings of Lord's Cricket Ground in March and came to a thrilling climax at the iconic National Sports Centre, Crystal Palace in July with Havering lifting the Jubilee Trophy for the 16th time in their history.



The overall victorious borough team were Havering (pictured above), who collected the prestigious Jubilee Trophy for the 10th time in their history. The run-down of trophy winners is as follows:

Jubilee Trophy

  • Overall Champions - Havering
  • Second Place - Redbridge
  • Third Place - Bromley
Ric Grice Fair Play Trophy
  • Westminster
Disability Trophy
  • Wandsworth
Thames Water Regatta Trophy
  • Richmond
Most Improved Borough Trophy
  • Richmond
Inner London Borough Trophy
  • Wandsworth
To view the overall 2009 standings, including all detailed individual sports results, click here. To read the detailed summary of the 2009 London Youth Games season, click on the link to the official annual on the right hand side.