The UN system inaugurated the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in September 2015. These 17 goals are meant to set the global development agenda for the next 15 years, to 2030. Importantly, the SDGs widen the focus from just the global South to include all states. In this way, the UN recognizes the different, sometimes shared, sometimes integrated challenges faced in both Global North and South countries – so tying environmental impacts to development processes and practices occurring worldwide. There is an obvious place for sport in the 2030 SDG agenda. Sport has impacts on the use of space and resources, as it does on contributing to community-building, health and education. Do the SDGs present the possibility of more meaningfully integrating sport into development and environment agendas? Put differently, is it possible to map out an integrated sport-environment-development agenda, as opposed to just adding sport here and there and giving programmes and projects a quick stir?