This research will begin with the statement that the relationship between sports and society, also referred to as sports sociology, has been studied since historical times. Through sports sociology, scholars have been able to carry out analyses of the influence of sports on cultures, values, norms, practices, principles as well as the influences of these aspects of life on sports. Sports sociology also studies that influences among sports, religion, race, gender, media, politics, economics and youth. Furthermore, sociology of sports explores the relationship among sports, social inequality, and social mobility. A key area of focus on sports sociology is the relationship between sports and gender. In this context, the gender inequalities in sports, as well as gender roles, are the areas of concern for scholars and sociologists. In this topic, gender roles and inequalities in current and historical times are studied with the aim of charting the way forward to reverse unwanted trends and promote gender equality and equity in sports. Consequent to the efforts of stakeholders in addressing gender issues in sports, tremendous change in women’s contribution and participation in sports. The other area of focus in sports sociology is sports and media, in which it has been established that sports viewership seems to lean towards men than women. In addition, more men’s sports are viewed live on television and reported on print and electronic media than women’s sports.