About Us

At Little Big Sports we are passionate about children playing and enjoying sport. It is our aim to play a part in making sport and activity a normal and fun part of as many children's lives as possible.

Little Big Sports is a family business owned and operated by Katie, a mother of two. Her now 15 year old son is the inspiration behind the business.

Katie, founder and Director of Little Big Sports Limited

Obsessed by cricket from the age of 18 months (when he tried to spot his Mum on TV at a Test Match!), Katie struggled to know which sized bat was appropriate, let alone where to buy it. Little Big Sports was created by Katie to help other parents find equipment specially designed for children under 12 years of age. The equipment we sell is designed to suit different ages, sizes and abilities. It allows children to enjoy sport and develop the skills of the game without wielding a cricket bat they can't lift, kicking a football that is too heavy or trying to reach a tennis ball that bounces over their heads.

Little Big Sports is unique in the sports retail market. In addition to the comprehensive range of products we sell, Little Big Sports sets itself apart with the advice we offer and the overall customer buying experience from browsing the website to post purchase support. We pride ourselves on being professional and trustworthy whilst delivering amazing service.

Please feel free to Contact Us with any questions or feedback, we would love to hear from you.


Katie, the owner of Little Big Sports was honoured to have been awarded Mumpreneur of the Year in the Kent Women in Business Awards 2014. In the same year, Katie was also a finalist in a national business awards, the Mumpreneur UK 2014 awards in the "Wired" category (best online business).

Other accolades include winning a Theo Paphitis' Small Business Sunday (#SBS) award and Jacqueline Gold, Chief Executive of Knickerbox and Ann Summers Women on Wednesday (#WOW) award.

Little Big Sports Theo Paphitis #SBS
Kent Women in business winner logo Little Big Sports Jacqueline Gold #WOW Mumpreneur shortlist 2014