Membership and Health Suite Pass

December 7th, 2021

University of Nottingham Sport & Fitness Memberships continue to be available to students and staff, with our student offer now £159 for the remainder of the academic year whilst our staff membership is £27.50 per month.

Membership provides brilliant access to all 3 of our incredible campus facilities and offers a range of fitness options such access to our fitness classes, 25m swimming pool and our range of courts. If you are a staff member interested in taking advantage of the provision on offer right on campus, then please visit our Staff Sport pages.

Staff Sports and Fitness members may add up to 3 friends and family members to their membership at any one time. These friends and family members will pay the same monthly membership fee as the staff member. We also offer discounted pricing for children (aged under 16) of our staff sports and fitness members. When accompanied by the member, under 16s may use the facility on a £2.50 pay-per-play basis.

If you are already a Staff Sport & Fitness Member, we are now pleased to offer a Health Suite pass that provides access to our Health Suite at the David Ross Sport Village. Adjacent to the swimming pool, the Health Suite includes our Finnish sauna, steam room, arctic ice fountain and ice-cold bucket shower. The pass is priced at £39 for Staff Sport & Fitness Members and runs until 30 June 2022. To find out more, please visit our David Ross web pages.

Headliner success for the Men’s University of Nottingham Football Team

We recently held our first Headliner event of the year at David Ross Sports Village. The Headliner is an event series, hosted by University of Nottingham Sport and supported by RedBull, showcasing our BUCS teams competing at the top level of university sport. The series is competitive, as our teams compete against other Universities at the top of the BUCS table and in BUCS competitions.

Hosted with our partners Red Bull, the event saw the University of Nottingham Men’s Football Club beat the University of Birmingham 2-0 to progress in the next round of the BUCS Trophy. In what was a brilliant occasion with a capacity crowd providing a fantastic atmosphere, we look forward to hosting further Headliner events in 2022. If you missed the event, you can watch the full live stream on our YouTube channel.

The event also saw us talk to our Welfare in Sport and Men’s Health Active teams to discuss important topics around student welfare at the University, and how sport is being used as a tool for positive change. These were hugely insightful interviews and we would recommend taking some time to give them a watch.


Our Headliner event also acted as a fundraiser for Movember which is also a fantastic cause that supports men’s health issues such as testicular cancer and men’s mental health. The campaign has been in full swing on campus throughout the month with many of our sports clubs raising incredible amounts of money. Through events and challenges, a huge total of over £60,000 has so far been raised to support Movember and men’s health causes.

Girls’ Night In returned to campus last month

The acclaimed Girls’ Night In returned to David Ross Sports Village last month as hundreds of students attended the event on the evening of Sunday 7 November. It was a great evening of fun, fitness and freebies, with loads of activities on offer for students to try in safe and comfortable environment. These included sports such as dodgeball,  mixed martial arts (MMA), women’s rugby and wheelchair basketball, with music, refreshments, giveaways and craft activities also happening on the night.

Competitive success for many of our clubs and athletes

November has seen a host of success for UoN Sport teams with numerous medals across different sports. At the start of the month, our powerlifters took part in the British Junior Nationals and came away with a clutch of medals, whilst one of our cross-country runners has won silver medals whilst on her exchange.

Now that we are firmly into winter we also saw success for our snow sport athletes in dry slope competition, and our canoeists won numerous medals at the BUCS Canoe Wild Water Racing Championships.

The end of November has seen racket sports come to the fore as our Tennis club saw doubles pairs win gold and silver, and we were delighted to host BUCS Table Tennis action that resulted in records for our Table Tennis club. To keep up to date with all of our success, you can regularly check the news section of our website.

Aside from competitions, we have had continued regular BUCS action taking place each Wednesday. This has resulted in consistent success for the #GreenandGold which sees us currently sit in frst place in the overall BUCS table for league sports. We look ahead to more achievements in the 2022.

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