Sandy Lane has a football team, who play in red and blue stripes, and a cricket team.
The football team has played in a variety of nearby places including Bingley and Keighley. Their current ground is at Marley Stadium, Keighley. The team currently plays in West Yorkshire League Division One. There are also junior teams with children from five to 16 years old.
The cricket side currently play in Greenwood Park within the village.
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