News and Updates

News and Updates

Pool Closure Update

 

Posted 21 May 2024

Due to the Brownlee Triathlon Event taking place at York Sport Village, our Main Pool and Small Pool will be closed to public and members between 8am to 7.30pm on Wednesday 22 May 2024.

Swimming Lessons will resume as normal from 4pm.

Public and member access to both pools will resume following 7.30pm.

We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.


VIRTUAL CLASSES UPDATE

 

Posted 17 May 2024

Following a network fault yesterday (Thursday 16 May), we are happy to announce that we are virtually back on track!

Our Virtual Group Cycles, Virtual Pilates and Virtual Yoga classes are now available to book once again in our Studio 2 at York Sport Village.

Thank you for your patience during this downtime!


Don’t miss ‘The Future of England’ at York Sport Centre

 

Posted 16 May 2024

Wheelchair Rugby League has been described as ‘one of the most eye-catching and awe-inspiring sports on the planet’ – and it’s coming to York on Sunday 26 May.

The best of England’s emerging talent will face off at The Arena at 2.45pm – the highlight of an action-packed event for all the family, which also includes a Youth Wheelchair RL festival in the morning and a midday match between York RLFC and Bradford Bulls. 

Tickets for this Bank Holiday Weekend bonanza are available online now, priced from just £3 (concessions and £5 (adults) at tickettailor.com/events/yorksport1. Free tickets are available to carters attending with a person with additional needs.

Wheelchair Rugby League has exploded in popularity since England’s dramatic, last-minute victory over France in the 2022 World Cup Final. Now, the architect of that famous victory, England head coach Tom Coyd, is in the process of unearthing the next generation of talent to take on the world.

Tom Coyd says:
“Future world cup winners will be in action on Sunday 26 – they are the future of England. From the youth festival in the morning, through to the ‘Future of England’ match in the afternoon, and York versus Bradford Bulls in between, there’s so much for individuals and families to enjoy. It’s inclusive, it’s exciting and it’s not to be missed.

“For all those involved it’s a chance to gain experience at the next level, to showcase their skills and to enjoy the thrill of playing in front of a crowd. There’s nothing like it.

“My thanks go to our partners at York RLFC Foundation and York Sport for their fantastic support.”

‘The Future of England’ event takes place at The Arena, York Sport Centre, York YO10 5NA on Sunday 26 May. The youth (9-15yrs) festival starts at 10.30am and is free to enter, with tickets for York RLFC v Bradford Bulls (KO 12.45pm) and ‘The Future of England’ match (KO 2.45pm) available online now at tickettailor.com/events/yorksport1.


York Sport Village Repair Works

 

Posted 13 May 2024

Please be advised that the below works will be carried out between the 23 May 2024 to 24 May 2024.

DETAILS OF WORK

Block Paving Repairs –Kimberlow Lane will remain open under traffic signals whilst the work takes place, 2 Days 23 & 24 May 2024. Access is also available from Hull Road, Repairs to Block Paving. Approximately 30 Metre stretch up from Roundabout by Bus Interchange

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and if you have any concerns or queries, please contact lindsay.hill@york.ac.uk


York Sport Facilities Update

 

Posted 8 May 2024

Please be aware that we are currently experiencing problems with our air conditioning system at our York Sport Village facility.

We have reported the problem and hope to have it fixed as soon as possible.

It is recommended that if you are planning to visit us today, please ensure that you take regular breaks during your exercise and stay hydrated during this period.

We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.

 


York Sport Facilities Update

 

Posted 29 November 2023

York Sport Village Changing Room Improvements

York Sport is delighted to announce, in partnership with the University of York, that we are now part of the Changing Places Scheme!

Changing Places is a scheme that aims to see toilets installed in all public venues, so that everyone, regardless of their access needs or disability or reliance on the assistance of carers or specialist equipment, can use a toilet facility with dignity and hygienically!

From early September, work has been carried out in our Public Changing Village in order to make our facilities more accessible as part of this scheme. We are now happy to announce that this work has been completed.

Further details of this fantastic scheme can be found below.

Find out more

 

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