Customer Information

Welcome to University of Nottingham Sport's customer information page. Below you will find some useful information to help you plan your visit, as well as the opportunity to provide feedback on your experiences with us.

You can contact us by emailing sport@nottingham.ac.uk with the button below, or by ringing +44 (0)115 74 87000.

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David Ross Sports Village reception

Useful information about our centres

David Ross Sports Village

Monday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

Tuesday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

Wednesday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

Thursday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

Friday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

Saturday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

Sunday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

 

The Clubhouse Café is open from 8am to 7pm Monday to Friday, and 8am to 7pm on weekends.

Menu's run from the following times;

  • Breakfast - 8am to 10.30am
  • Lunch - 11am to 3pm
  • Pizza menu is available from 11pm to 6pm
Sports Injury Clinic

Monday | 9am to 5pm

Tuesday | 9am to 5pm

Wednesday | 8am to 8pm

Thursday | 9am to 8pm

Friday | 8am to 4pm

Saturday | Closed

Sunday | Closed

Please note: The Sports Injury Clinic is closed on Bank Holidays

 

Our Sports Injury Clinic is located at our David Ross Sports Village.

Jubilee Sports Centre

Monday | 7am* to 10.30pm

Tuesday | 7am* to 10.30pm

Wednesday | 7am* to 10.30pm

Thursday | 7am* to 10.30pm

Friday | 7am* to 10.30pm

Saturday | 8am to 10pm 

Sunday | 8am to 10pm

*7am access to the fitness suite only - all other facilities available from 7.30am.

Sutton Bonington Sports Centre

Monday | 7.30am to 10.30pm

Tuesday | 7.30am to 10.30pm

Wednesday | 7.30am to 10.30pm

Thursday | 7.30am to 10.30pm

Friday | 7.30am to 10.30pm

Saturday | 9am to 10pm

Sunday | 9am to 10pm

Kings Meadow Campus

Monday | 7am to 8pm* 

Tuesday | 7am to 8pm*

Wednesday | 7am to 8pm*

Thursday | 7am to 8pm*

Friday | 7am to 8pm*

Saturday | Closed

Sunday | Closed

King's Meadow Campus fitness suite is equipped with a range of cardiovascular, resistance and free weight equipment.

*This facility is for the exclusive use of University of Nottingham staff. King's Meadow Campus fitness suite will be closed during bank holidays and University closure days.

David Ross Sports Village

Monday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

Tuesday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

Wednesday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

Thursday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

Friday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

Saturday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

Sunday | 6.30am to 10.30pm

 

The Clubhouse Café is open from 8am to 7pm Monday to Friday, and 8am to 7pm on weekends.

Menu's run from the following times;

  • Breakfast - 8am to 10.30am
  • Lunch - 11am to 3pm
  • Pizza menu is available from 11pm to 6pm
Sports Injury Clinic

Monday | 9am to 5pm

Tuesday | 9am to 5pm

Wednesday | 8am to 8pm

Thursday | 9am to 8pm

Friday | 8am to 4pm

Saturday | Closed

Sunday | Closed

Please note: The Sports Injury Clinic is closed on Bank Holidays

 

Our Sports Injury Clinic is located at our David Ross Sports Village.

Jubilee Sports Centre

Monday | 7am* to 10.30pm

Tuesday | 7am* to 10.30pm

Wednesday | 7am* to 10.30pm

Thursday | 7am* to 10.30pm

Friday | 7am* to 10.30pm

Saturday | 8am to 10pm 

Sunday | 8am to 10pm

*7am access to the fitness suite only - all other facilities available from 7.30am.

Sutton Bonington Sports Centre

Monday | 7.30am to 10.30pm

Tuesday | 7.30am to 10.30pm

Wednesday | 7.30am to 10.30pm

Thursday | 7.30am to 10.30pm

Friday | 7.30am to 10.30pm

Saturday | 9am to 10pm

Sunday | 9am to 10pm

Kings Meadow Campus

Monday | 7am to 8pm* 

Tuesday | 7am to 8pm*

Wednesday | 7am to 8pm*

Thursday | 7am to 8pm*

Friday | 7am to 8pm*

Saturday | Closed

Sunday | Closed

King's Meadow Campus fitness suite is equipped with a range of cardiovascular, resistance and free weight equipment.

*This facility is for the exclusive use of University of Nottingham staff. King's Meadow Campus fitness suite will be closed during bank holidays and University closure days.

1 July Centre Closures

All of our University of Nottingham Sport centres will be closed on Monday 1st July for essential staff training. Centres will re-open with normal opening times on Tuesday 2nd July.

David Ross Sports Village

Parking charges and restrictions apply at the following times:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday | 8am to 5.30pm
  • Wednesday | 8am to 12.30pm

All visitors must pay and display using the machines or pay for parking using the RingGO app during the above times. Visitors can make use of one free 30 minute ticket per day and all sporting participants can access one free 2 hour ticket per day.

RingGo codes

  • David Ross Sports Village - 18953
  • Beeston Lane (sporting participant) - 18951
  • Beeston Lane (non sporting participant) - 18952

When all parking bays immediately surrounding David Ross Sports Village are occupied, pay and display users are permitted to park in any marked bay across campus (this includes areas that are sign-posted for permit only). All guests will be required to display a valid pay and display ticket as normal.

If all visitor parking bays in our David Ross Sports Village car park and the surrounding Beeston Lane are full, customers can use the following parking options around the centre:

Jubilee Sports Centre

Our car park at Jubilee Sports Centre is open and available for centre users for the duration of our centre opening times.

Parking charges and restrictions apply at the following times:

  • Monday to Friday | 9.15am to 4pm

All visitors must pay and display using the machines or pay for parking using the RingGO app during the above times.

Parking options around the centre:

Sporting participants can access one free 2 hour ticket per day in the Triumph Road car park.

You can download the RingGo app here.

Sutton Bonington Sports Centre

Our car park at Sutton Bonington Sports Centre is open and available for centre users for the duration of our centre opening times.

Parking charges and restrictions apply at the following times:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday | 8am to 5.30pm
  • Wednesday | 8am to 12.30pm

2 hours free for all visitors, please collect a parking ticket from the pay-and-display machine.

Highfields Sports Centre

Parking at Highfields Sports Centre is free-of-charge for all users. If you are visiting Highfields Sports Centre for an event, please be aware that there is limited parking available on site. 

The car park at Beeston Lane on the University of Nottingham Campus is approximately 20 minutes walk away.

There isn’t any designated parking for larger vehicles or buses on campus however University Security will be able to advise on this on arrival.

Riverside Sports Complex

There is an on-site car park available when visiting our Riverside Sports Complex. This should be open when the site is in operation.

David Ross Sports Village

Parking charges and restrictions apply at the following times:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday | 8am to 5.30pm
  • Wednesday | 8am to 12.30pm

All visitors must pay and display using the machines or pay for parking using the RingGO app during the above times. Visitors can make use of one free 30 minute ticket per day and all sporting participants can access one free 2 hour ticket per day.

RingGo codes

  • David Ross Sports Village - 18953
  • Beeston Lane (sporting participant) - 18951
  • Beeston Lane (non sporting participant) - 18952

When all parking bays immediately surrounding David Ross Sports Village are occupied, pay and display users are permitted to park in any marked bay across campus (this includes areas that are sign-posted for permit only). All guests will be required to display a valid pay and display ticket as normal.

If all visitor parking bays in our David Ross Sports Village car park and the surrounding Beeston Lane are full, customers can use the following parking options around the centre:

Jubilee Sports Centre

Our car park at Jubilee Sports Centre is open and available for centre users for the duration of our centre opening times.

Parking charges and restrictions apply at the following times:

  • Monday to Friday | 9.15am to 4pm

All visitors must pay and display using the machines or pay for parking using the RingGO app during the above times.

Parking options around the centre:

Sporting participants can access one free 2 hour ticket per day in the Triumph Road car park.

You can download the RingGo app here.

Sutton Bonington Sports Centre

Our car park at Sutton Bonington Sports Centre is open and available for centre users for the duration of our centre opening times.

Parking charges and restrictions apply at the following times:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday | 8am to 5.30pm
  • Wednesday | 8am to 12.30pm

2 hours free for all visitors, please collect a parking ticket from the pay-and-display machine.

Highfields Sports Centre

Parking at Highfields Sports Centre is free-of-charge for all users. If you are visiting Highfields Sports Centre for an event, please be aware that there is limited parking available on site. 

The car park at Beeston Lane on the University of Nottingham Campus is approximately 20 minutes walk away.

There isn’t any designated parking for larger vehicles or buses on campus however University Security will be able to advise on this on arrival.

Riverside Sports Complex

There is an on-site car park available when visiting our Riverside Sports Complex. This should be open when the site is in operation.

University parking

For more information on parking on-campus at the University of Nottingham, please click here.

David Ross Sports Village

Our David Ross Sports Village is located at University Park Campus - the University of Nottingham’s largest campus at 300 acres.

Customers can access David Ross Sports Village via entering the North or West entrances to University Park. 

  • The North entrance can be accessed from the A52 Derby Road.
  • The West entrance is accessible from the roundabout between University Boulevard and Woodside Road.

When using a Sat Nav to travel to David Ross Sports Village, please use the postcode NG7 2RJ.

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Taxis:

Our front of house/reception teams can call local taxi companies to order a taxi for you.

Buses:

Please see the below links with more details of bus services that operate close to our University Park Campus:

Tram:

There is a tram a short walk away from David Ross Sports Village, more details of the tram service can be found via the link https://www.thetram.net/journey-planner

Jubilee Sports Centre

Jubilee Sports Centre is located at the University of Nottingham's Jubilee Campus. The Jubilee campus is an award-winning green campus recognised for its innovative architecture and sustainability.

Customers can access Jubilee Sports Centre via Triumph Road. Parking behind the centre is accessed via the side road next to the University of Nottingham Innovation Park.

When using a Sat Nav to travel to Jubilee Sports Centre, please use the postcode NG7 2TU.

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Taxis:

Our front of house/reception teams can call local taxi companies to order a taxi for you.

Buses:

Please see the below links with more details of bus services that operate close to Jubilee Campus:

https://www.trentbarton.co.uk/services/indigo

https://www.nctx.co.uk/jubilee-campus

https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/sustainability/transport/publictransport/busservices.aspx 

Sutton Bonington Sports Centre

Sutton Bonington Sports Centre is located at the University of Nottingham's Sutton Bonington Campus. The campus is is 10 miles south of University Park on the border of Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire.

Customers can access Sutton Bonington Sports Centre via College Road.

When using a Sat Nav to travel to Sutton Bonington Sports Centre, please use the postcode LE12 5RD.

Highfields Sports Complex

Highfields Sports Complex is situated just outside the University of Nottingham campus, and is closest to the West Entrance when leaving campus.

The complex is accessed via the A6005 University Boulevard, with the entrance opposite the Serenity Garden and is entered by crossing the the tram tracks adjacent to University Boulevard. If you are approaching from Clifton Boulevard the entrance will be on your left, and if you are approaching from Beeston town centre the entrance will be on your right. 

When using a Sat Nav to travel to Highfields Sports Complex, please use the postcode NG7 2PS.

Riverside Sports Complex

Riverside Sports Complex is located a small distance away (12 minutes by car) from the University of Nottingham campus. 

Access to the complex is via the A52/Clifton Boulevard and Queens Drive roundabout and turning off to Lenton Lane. Then, simply follow the road to the end to Riverside Sports Complex.

When using a Sat Nav to travel to Riverside Sports Complex, please use the postcode NG7 2TU.

David Ross Sports Village

Our David Ross Sports Village is located at University Park Campus - the University of Nottingham’s largest campus at 300 acres.

Customers can access David Ross Sports Village via entering the North or West entrances to University Park. 

  • The North entrance can be accessed from the A52 Derby Road.
  • The West entrance is accessible from the roundabout between University Boulevard and Woodside Road.

When using a Sat Nav to travel to David Ross Sports Village, please use the postcode NG7 2RJ.

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Taxis:

Our front of house/reception teams can call local taxi companies to order a taxi for you.

Buses:

Please see the below links with more details of bus services that operate close to our University Park Campus:

Tram:

There is a tram a short walk away from David Ross Sports Village, more details of the tram service can be found via the link https://www.thetram.net/journey-planner

Jubilee Sports Centre

Jubilee Sports Centre is located at the University of Nottingham's Jubilee Campus. The Jubilee campus is an award-winning green campus recognised for its innovative architecture and sustainability.

Customers can access Jubilee Sports Centre via Triumph Road. Parking behind the centre is accessed via the side road next to the University of Nottingham Innovation Park.

When using a Sat Nav to travel to Jubilee Sports Centre, please use the postcode NG7 2TU.

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Taxis:

Our front of house/reception teams can call local taxi companies to order a taxi for you.

Buses:

Please see the below links with more details of bus services that operate close to Jubilee Campus:

https://www.trentbarton.co.uk/services/indigo

https://www.nctx.co.uk/jubilee-campus

https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/sustainability/transport/publictransport/busservices.aspx 

Sutton Bonington Sports Centre

Sutton Bonington Sports Centre is located at the University of Nottingham's Sutton Bonington Campus. The campus is is 10 miles south of University Park on the border of Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire.

Customers can access Sutton Bonington Sports Centre via College Road.

When using a Sat Nav to travel to Sutton Bonington Sports Centre, please use the postcode LE12 5RD.

Highfields Sports Complex

Highfields Sports Complex is situated just outside the University of Nottingham campus, and is closest to the West Entrance when leaving campus.

The complex is accessed via the A6005 University Boulevard, with the entrance opposite the Serenity Garden and is entered by crossing the the tram tracks adjacent to University Boulevard. If you are approaching from Clifton Boulevard the entrance will be on your left, and if you are approaching from Beeston town centre the entrance will be on your right. 

When using a Sat Nav to travel to Highfields Sports Complex, please use the postcode NG7 2PS.

Riverside Sports Complex

Riverside Sports Complex is located a small distance away (12 minutes by car) from the University of Nottingham campus. 

Access to the complex is via the A52/Clifton Boulevard and Queens Drive roundabout and turning off to Lenton Lane. Then, simply follow the road to the end to Riverside Sports Complex.

When using a Sat Nav to travel to Riverside Sports Complex, please use the postcode NG7 2TU.

David Ross Sports Village

💷 We accept card and cash payments on site at all of our sports centres, but unfortunately there are no cash machines on site at our sports centres. The nearest cash machines to David Ross Sports Village are at the Portland Building on University Park campus and at Co-Op just outside the West entrance to University Park.

🌊 Water fountains are available throughout David Ross Sports Village for customers to fill up water bottles.

🚼 There are plenty of changing rooms located near to both our gym and swimming pool complex. This includes accessible changing rooms and baby change facilities.

🏸 You can hire rackets and equipment at our reception.

🥑 We have a café on-site at David Ross Sports Village that offers hot and cold food options, as well as hot and cold drinks.

👕 You can purchase University of Nottingham Sport merchandise at our dedicated retail store at David Ross Sports Village.

Jubilee Sports Centre

💷 We accept card and cash payments on site at all of our sports centres, but unfortunately there are no cash machines on site at our sports centres.

🌊 Water fountains are available throughout Jubilee Sports Centre for customers to fill up water bottles.

🚼 There are changing rooms located within the sports centre.

🏸 You can hire rackets and equipment at our centre reception.

Sutton Bonington Sports Centre

💷 We accept card and cash payments on site at all of our sports centres, but unfortunately there are no cash machines on site at our sports centres.

🌊 Water fountains are available throughout Jubilee Sports Centre for customers to fill up water bottles.

🚼 There are changing rooms located within the sports centre.

🏸 You can hire rackets and equipment at our centre reception.

David Ross Sports Village

💷 We accept card and cash payments on site at all of our sports centres, but unfortunately there are no cash machines on site at our sports centres. The nearest cash machines to David Ross Sports Village are at the Portland Building on University Park campus and at Co-Op just outside the West entrance to University Park.

🌊 Water fountains are available throughout David Ross Sports Village for customers to fill up water bottles.

🚼 There are plenty of changing rooms located near to both our gym and swimming pool complex. This includes accessible changing rooms and baby change facilities.

🏸 You can hire rackets and equipment at our reception.

🥑 We have a café on-site at David Ross Sports Village that offers hot and cold food options, as well as hot and cold drinks.

👕 You can purchase University of Nottingham Sport merchandise at our dedicated retail store at David Ross Sports Village.

Jubilee Sports Centre

💷 We accept card and cash payments on site at all of our sports centres, but unfortunately there are no cash machines on site at our sports centres.

🌊 Water fountains are available throughout Jubilee Sports Centre for customers to fill up water bottles.

🚼 There are changing rooms located within the sports centre.

🏸 You can hire rackets and equipment at our centre reception.

Sutton Bonington Sports Centre

💷 We accept card and cash payments on site at all of our sports centres, but unfortunately there are no cash machines on site at our sports centres.

🌊 Water fountains are available throughout Jubilee Sports Centre for customers to fill up water bottles.

🚼 There are changing rooms located within the sports centre.

🏸 You can hire rackets and equipment at our centre reception.

Accessibility

All of our facilities are accessible with the following provision provided:

  • Blue badge parking
  • Customer lifts to access all levels
  • Accessible toilets
  • Guide/assistant dogs welcome

For more detail, please search for our facilities on the AccessAble website (https://www.accessable.co.uk/).

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David Ross Sports Village

  • We have two Designated Changing Places rooms at David Ross Sports Village – including toilet and shower facilities, located on Floor A by the sports hall and in our swimming pool complex. Our team can provide directions and access upon request.

Frequently asked questions about our centres

Are dogs allowed in our sports centres?

We welcome guide/support dogs into our centres, otherwise dogs are not permitted.

Are there lockers available in centres?

The lockers throughout our facilities are operated by padlocks rather than coin operated. Customers may bring their own padlock, or they can be purchased from reception for £5.

Are water fountains provided in centres?

Water fountains are provided free of charge throughout the facility. Please bring a reusable bottle with you!

Is equipment available to hire in centres?

Snooker cues, bibs, rackets and ball hire is available from reception for a small charge, a student ID will be taken as a deposit. Climbing shoes, harness and belay devices are also available.

What happens if I've left something in a centre?

Items are kept for three weeks, then sent to University of Nottingham security where items are stored for a further two months. Please note for hygiene reasons we do not keep water bottles, food containers, underwear, toiletries and cosmetics.

Do you have a swimming pool timetable?

Swimming pool timetables are not available on our website, please log into your account to view available session times here: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/sport/membership/member-login.aspx

What are the university's term time and non-term time dates?

All university term and non-term time dates, as well as key dates, can be found here: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/about/keydates/

Can I bring a guest with me?

University of Nottingham Sport members can bring a guest with them. This will cost £6.50 off peak and £7.50 per activity during peak times.

What are peak and off-peak times?
  • 6.30am-3pm during term time is classed as off-peak.
  • 3pm-11pm is classed as peak times during the student term time.
  • During the student non-term time the facility is classed as off peak throughout our opening hours.

Upcoming events at University of Nottingham Sport

The Hundred content days at David Ross Sports Village

Centres may be busier on the dates below

event

Friday 28th June to Saturday 29th June - University of Nottingham Open Days at David Ross Sports Village

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Tuesday 16th July to Monday 24 July - University of Nottingham Graduation at David Ross Sports Village

We look forward to welcoming you to our University of Nottingham campuses. Please be aware that on certain dates, our campus and centres may be busier than usual so please allow extra time to travel and park. There are various parking locations on our campuses which are a short walk away if our sports centre car park is full.

Change driven by you

We strive to provide the best experiences for our customers within all that we do here at University of Nottingham Sport, and greatly appreciate your feedback to help us find out where we can improve.

Please use the relevant form below to let us know about your recent visit with us at any of our sports centres or facilities. Thank you.

David Ross Sports Village reception

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