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Want to get into sports writing?

Are you an aspiring sports writer who’s looking for tips? Fancy yourself the next star reporter on the (digital) back pages? Wondering where you can go online to submit sports articles that you’ve already written?

If you’ve got a passion for writing about sports, here you’ll find a selection of blogs that accept guest posts from the sports reporters of the future.

RTR Sports Marketing accepts blogs too – we’re always looking for passionate sports writers to contribute to our pages. If you want to work with us, we’d love to hear from you.

Check out our recent post on how to become a sports writer too – it’s full of tips for getting into this exciting field.

How to publish your sports articles online – sports blogs looking for writers

If you are interested in getting into online sports writing, these blogs can help you out:

How to submit a guest post to Off The Post:

Send them an original, current article you think is suitable for their site – pay attention to their tone of voice and the type of sports articles they publish.

How to submit a guest post to The Sports Bank:

The Sports Bank puts a premium on quality, so your writing must be good. The “write for us” page has more information about guest postings, plus benefits of writing for the blog.

How to submit a guest post to Sports Networker: is an online resource for sports business professionals who are looking for the latest information on how to take their sports career to the next level.

The blog covers a number of topics, including sports business, sports networking, sports marketing, sports sponsorship, sports sales, sports events, sports technology, sports social media, and how to get a job in sports.

Before you submit a guest post to Sports Networker, make sure you read their guidelines. Submitting guest posts will give you contributor’s status, and after having three posts published you’ll become an author.

 How to submit a guest post to

This blog is looking for sports writers who can write unique, interesting articles about new football – so make sure any pieces you submit to them have this angle.

 How to submit a guest post to Sports Pundit:

To write for this site you’ll need to be a dedicated follower of a sport – so check which the site is most focused on before submitting.

After creating an account, write a news article and submit it for a review of your skills. Read the “write for us” page for more details before submitting.

How to submit a guest post to The Mountain Department:

All posts must be relevant to the subject matter of this skiing blog, so study the topics that a covered already to get an idea of what to write about.

Your content should be informative, original and unique, and your post length should be between 200 and 1,000 words. To get started, send an email with your topic idea and some information about yourself.

How to submit a guest post to Everyday How To:

Topics with sports as a subject will be accepted on this blog. Minimum word count is 450, and content should be original.

How to submit a guest post to The National Student:

If you’re a student or recent graduate, this youth-focused site will take both frequent and occasional posts on all aspects of sports in its sports section. Apply to be a writer via the “Contribute” page.

Already practiced in writing for other people, and ready to create your own sports blog? Get started with


Riccardo Tafà
Riccardo nasce a Giulianova, si laurea in legge all’Università di Bologna e decide di fare altro, dopo un passaggio all’ ISFORP (istituto formazione relazioni pubbliche) di Milano si sposta in Inghilterra. Inizia la sua carriera lavorativa a Londra nelle PR, prima da MSP Communication e poi da Counsel Limited. Successivamente, seguendo la sua insana passione per lo sport, si trasferisce da SDC di Jean Paul Libert ed inizia a lavorare nelle due e nelle 4 ruote, siamo al 1991/1992. Segue un breve passaggio a Monaco, dove affianca il titolare di Pro COM, agenzia di sports marketing fondata da Nelson Piquet. Rientra in Italia e inizia ad operare in prima persona come RTR, prima studio di consulenza e poi società di marketing sportivo. 
Nel lontanissimo 2001 RTR vince il premio ESCA per la realizzazione del miglior progetto di MKTG sportivo in Italia nell’anno 2000. RTR tra l’altro ottiene il maggior punteggio tra tutte le categorie e rappresenta L’Italia nel Contest Europeo Esca. Da quel momento, RTR non parteciperà più ad altri premi nazionali o internazionali. Nel corso degli anni si toglie alcune soddisfazioni e ingoia un sacco di rospi. Ma è ancora qua, scrive in maniera disincantata e semplice, con l’obiettivo di dare consigli pratici (non richiesti) e spunti di riflessione.
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