Sportique were a British indie pop super-group, active from around 1997 - 2006. Fronted by Gregory Webster, formerly of Razorcuts, the group also sported the talents of Mark Flunder (Television Personalities) and Rob Pursey (Heavenly, Marine Research). The group was later augmented by the addition of Amelia Fletcher (Talulah Gosh, Marine Research, Heavenly) on keyboards.

Links To Peel

"We like them, we really do."(JP, 22 September 1999)

Festive Fifty Entries


  • Three sessions. No known commercial release.

1. Recorded: 1998-05-31. First broadcast: 10 June 1998. Repeated 12 November 1998.

  • Definition 79 / Just Friends / Anatomy Of A Fool / It Couldn't Last Forever

2. Recorded: 1999-08-22. First broadcast: 22 September 1999.

  • Don't Believe A Word I Say / Big Bad World / The Dying Fly / Rollercoaster

3. Recorded: 2001-01-17. First broadcast: 06 February 2001.

  • Suture / Modern Museums / Ice Storm / Obsessive / Percy's Piss Up

Other Shows Played

(The list below was compiled only from the database of this site and Lorcan's Tracklistings Archive and may be incomplete. Please add further information if known.)

Sportique - The Kids Are Solid Gold

Sportique - The Kids Are Solid Gold

'The Kids Are Solid Gold', #46 in the 1998 Festive Fifty


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