Religion of Sports is an Emmy Award-winning sports media company which was built on the thesis that sports are religion.
Religion of Sports produces content focused on a single narrative of ‘Why Sports Matter’ to explore greatness and human potential.
Religion of Sports was founded in 2017 by Tom Brady, Michael Strahan, and Gotham Chopra. The company is headquartered in Santa Monica, California.
Religion of Sports' work is defined by thoughtful, elevated stories that uncover why sports matter, and distill the spirituality, science and humanity that unite elite performers and people of all kinds.
Religion of Sports launched dozens of titles with many elite athletes, distributed across an array of streaming platforms, including Facebook, ESPN and Apple TV+.
Religion of Sports' popular shows include “Tom vs Time," which debuted on Facebook Watch in 2018, and “Man in the Arena,” an Emmy Award-winning series that was co-produced with ESPN.
Religion of Sports is backed by Shamrock Capital, Elysian Park Ventures, Cerro Capital, Advancit Capital, Courtside Ventures, LinkinFirm, and others. The company raised $50M in Series B round on Jun 06, 2022. This brings Religion of Sports' total funding to $63M to date.