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The University's Sport Department runs a number of disability sport initiatives aimed at getting more students active and involved in sport.
We are keen to develop opportunities for disabled students and staff, to ensure that they can enjoy the same experiences as non-disabled students, in as an inclusive way as possible.
Over the last couple of years initiatives such as Any-Body Days, the Any-Body Club, the Any-Buddy Scheme and the Nottinghamshire Sheriffs Goalball Club have all been set up at the University.
Any-Body Days is an inclusive sports event, which will be taking the place of the University's Any-Body Month.
Each term you will get the opportunity to try new sports for free. The event is open to "any-body" and will be featuring a selection of sports such as tennis and other activities.
Find out more about the Any-Body Days events...
Any-Body Club is an initiative which has been developed at the University. The aim of the club is to provide students and staff with the opportunity to engage with sport and physical activity in a fun and friendly environment.
We will be running a programme of classes throughout the year, which will feature activities such as yoga, gym sessions, swimming and scuba diving.
Check out what's happening with Any-Body Club in term one...
The aim of the Any-Buddy Scheme is to get students of all abilities more active and taking part in sporting activities, by providing them with a sports buddy. The scheme has been designed for both disabled and non-disabled students and staff supporting you in your sporting ambitions.
Goalball is a Paralympic Sport for blind and partially sighted people. It’s a three-a-side indoor team game which can also be played by fully sighted people.
We train three times a month and enter three teams in the national leagues. If you'd like to come along and join in you can find out more about the club....
University of Nottingham Sports CentreUniversity of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2RD
telephone: +44 (0) 115 95 16655