Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club is one of the 18 major county clubs which make up the English and Welsh domestic cricket structure. The club plays most of its home games at the Trent Bridge cricket ground in West Bridgford, which is also a venue for Test matches.
Nottingham Forest Football Club is the city's main football team. They play in the Championship, the second tier in the English football league, at the City Ground which is located south of the city centre near the River Trent. The club was founded in 1865 and joined the Football League in 1892.
The National Ice Centre complex is the UK’s first twin ice pad facility comprising of two Olympic size ice rinks, one of which transforms into the Nottingham Arena, the biggest entertainment venue in the East Midlands.
Notts County Football Club is the city's second football team. They play in the National League, the fifth tier in the English football league, at Meadow Lane which is located south of the city centre near the River Trent. The club was founded in 1862 and formed the Football League in 1888.
Nottingham Bowl is the UK's largest bowling centre with 48 lanes over two floors, fully computerised scoring, two licensed bars, diner, pool tables and the latest amusement machines and video games.
The Depot opened in October 2012 and is situated in a huge old tram depot in the heart of Nottingham. Climbing for all levels of ability from beginners to world-class competitors is available including the UK's biggest circuit board with 50+ move stamina monsters.
Nottingham Panthers are the oldest and one of the most successful ice hockey teams in the country and play their home games at the city's National Ice Centre.
Nottingham Rugby are a rugby union club who currently play in the RFU Championship. Formed in 1877, they started playing at the Meadow Lane stadium in 2006 after playing at Ireland Avenue for 102 years. Nottingham have recently moved to The Bay, where a high quality rugby club environment is being developed.
Victoria Leisure Centre provides affordable sport and leisure facilities as well as a range of programmes to help people of all ages and abilities become more active through physical activity and sport.
Despite Nottinghamshire being the most land locked county in England, NWSC boasts some of the best white water and flat water you will find anywhere. If you're looking for fun, challenging and unique experiences and a choice of exciting courses, NWSC is for you.
Nottingham Racecourse is set within the 280 acres of Colwick Park, just two miles east of the city centre. Experience the thrills of a Day at the Races - excitement, atmosphere, passion and drama is all in a day's racing at Nottingham.
Nottingham Climbing Centre first opened its doors in 1994. Since then it’s enjoyed many visits, including those from individuals, school groups, corporate outings and children’s parties. Their fully qualified instructors have in depth climbing knowledge and provide specialist tuition on using the wall.
Nottingham Greyhound Stadium is the home of greyhound racing in the East Midlands. The stadium is situated just two miles from the city centre at Colwick Park in the same complex as the horse racecourse.
Open early until late, you're sure to find fun on the lanes at Tenpin Nottingham. You can also have a game of pool on the UK or American pool tables or play on the wide selection of arcades.