There are lots of places to play sport in Westminster, including leisure centres, clubs and open-air sports grounds.
There are loads of ways that children and young people can get involved in sports across Westminster including:
The links below provide detailed information about locations, facilities, opening times, clubs, activities and memberships:
Paddington Recreation Ground and most other centres offer sports camps during the holidays. Contact the centres for more information.
Alternatively, you can choose one of the venues run by our partners providing even more sports facilities on your doorstep:
Leisure Kicks also provides a detailed list of sports and lifestyle clubs in the capital.
Some local clubs have been awarded the Active Westminster Mark because they provide a particularly high quality service and meet high standards for things like health and safety, coaching qualifications and insurance. We're working to get as many Westminster clubs as possible to achieve this accreditation.
Academy Sport offers a range of all-day and two-hour drop-in sessions for children aged 6 to 13. Activities include football and basketball camps, street dance, multi-sports and more.
EDUTAIN is a sports and arts activity programme for young people
aged 8 to 13. There are 3 locations:
It runs during school holidays:
|Winter half term||Monday 15 February to Friday 19 February|
|Summer||July to August 2016 (details TBC)|
|Autumn half term||Monday 24 October to Friday 28 October|
Contact Westminster Sports Unit to book a place. The cost is £1 per day.
If you feel like escaping the hustle and bustle of inner-city London life, why not visit Sayers Croft Field Centre.
It's a beautiful, safe site in Surrey, with woodland, meadows, ponds and fields. It's been providing quality outdoor experiences for young people for over 70 years. You can get involved in rock climbing, clay pigeon shooting and pond dipping.
There are discounts for schools and young people's organisations from Westminster - let your teacher or youth leader know.
How does scaling walls, leaping across obstacles and jumping down steps sound? If you fancy something a bit different to traditional sport, then parkour could be for you.
The London Experience of Art du Deplacement and Parkour (LEAP) is the world’s first managed outdoor parkour facility - and it's right here in your borough of Westminster.