There's a wide range on national governing bodies of sport (NGB's) delivering activity across Nottingham, find more information about the sports being delivered locally
The Archery in Notts Euro Legacy Project developed a lasting legacy to the 2016 European Archery Championships. There is 'string' of opportunities to shoot across the city for beginners and the more experience club shooter.
For people of all ages looking to practice, improve technical hitting, movement skills, fitness or simply have a knock with friends. See Nottingham City leisure centre schedule for court bookings or click below to find out more on clubs.
Host to Nottingham Wildcats and Hoods, there is no shortage of outstanding places to play basketball in Nottingham. From participation, disability specific to elite club sessions, click to find your nearest opportunity.
Nottinghamshire Cricket Board works within the cricket community across a broad range of areas to develop and improve the game, developing grassroots clubs and providing variations of this popular sport such a street cricket to engage new players
In September 2014 Sport England appointed Nottingham as the first 'City of Football'. The project helped people across the city to find their football in new and interesting ways and ran until 31 March 2017. Click to see a range of opportunities created.
Hockey has a rich and fruitful history in Nottingham. Home to Beeston HC at Nottingham Hockey Centre (Highfields) and a strong range of grassroots clubs to choose from. Find your way to play and nearest by clicking below
The National Ice Centre in Nottingham offers a range of ice sports activities, so where better to learn a new skill or participate in your favourite ice sport, than the UK's centre of excellence.
Back to Netball is a gentle re-introduction to the sport for adult females of all ages. Sessions are coach led and will cover the basics of game from chest passes to footwork. These sessions cater for all abilities.
Whether you're contemplating lacing up your trainers for your first run or looking for a new route to try, you'll find Nottingham-based groups and routes to help you on your journey.
Find a partner and play at one of the glass back courts at Harvey Hadden Sports Village. Alternatively, if you play or want to play Squash, maybe even join a club England Squash can help. Click the link below to find your nearest opportunity.
You can find a range of places to play Table Tennis in Nottingham. From traditional clubs and leisure centres to outdoor tables in parks and even the odd table in bars or restaurants. Find your way to play via our Ping! Nottingham.
Tennis in Nottingham, works in partnership with Nottingham City Council to promote a range of city wide opportunities for anyone who wants to play tennis. Click to find out more about your local tennis venue:clubs, parks, leisure and community centres.
Whether you want to TRI a beginner session, take part in an event or get involved in volunteering – this is the place to start. Whatever your age, experience or fitness level, there is something to suit you.
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