Row Britannia is an inclusive (adaptive sport) mental health, fitness and wellbeing challenge by The British Inspiration Trust (BRIT), for teams throughout the UK to raise vital funds and positive awareness. The University of Liverpool is entering a ‘team’ with the aim of completing 2,020 miles of rowing by 13th March 2020 and raising money for Sport Relief in the process.

Andy Craig, Director of Sport and Phil Packer, Row Britannia Strategy Group

Be a part of Team Liverpool

To get involved all you need to do is get on one of our rowing machines located in the Sports & Fitness Centre on campus or the Greenbank Gym. Row your miles and then take a photo of your distance rowed. Show it to one of our fitness team in the gym and they will log your miles. Make sure you do this every time you row so no miles are missed!

You do not need to be a member of the gym to get involved, just head to reception and they will provide you with further details on how you can join in.

Nominate and share

Once you have completed your row, why not nominate a friend or colleague to get involved too! Just take a snap of you and your miles and post this to social media - I've just completed my row for Row Britannia, I nominate @friend to join Team Liverpool #UOLRowBritannia

Fundraise for Sport Relief

We would like to help raise as much money as we can for Sport relief. Head to our Just Giving page to donate. Donating as little as £1 will go a long way.


For more information see the Row Britannia website: