A–Z of Social Sport
Play singles or doubles matches with as much court time as possible. You can add coaching to improve your skills.
Giving you as much court time as possible, these sessions include match play and small-sided games. Whatever your ability level, there's always chance to improve your game.
These fun and relaxing sessions are open to women only. Whatever your ability level, you'll be given as much playing time as possible in small-sided games.
Futsal is a fast-paced, five-a-side football game normally played on an indoor pitch. Focusing on technical skill and ability in high-pressure situations, it's an excellent way to develop your football skills.
Our group running sessions are free and suitable for all abilities. Routes are adapted to your ability, making them a great way to get into running. Enjoy the beauty of Sheffield as you get fit.
Just play football
It's as simple as turning up and playing. Student sport activators will team you up with other players and you'll play small-sided games. These welcoming sessions are suitable for all ability levels.
Come and learn about one of the fastest growing sports in a friendly environment. Korfball has similarities with netball and basketball and you'll have plenty of time to help hone your newfound skills. With links to the Korfball club, there's a real social feel to these sessions.
Play netball, make new friends and get fit in these sessions. You'll be placed in rotating teams to play small-sided games.
Orienteering is an exciting outdoor adventure sport that exercises mind and body. The aim is to navigate between checkpoints or controls marked on a special orienteering map. It is a great sport to improve decision making and you can go at your own pace in the sessions.
The Sheffield Hallam 5km park run takes place in Endcliffe Park, just off Ecclesall Road, every Saturday at 9am. Open to everyone, the run is free and accessible for all ability levels.
Play Squash in a fun and relaxed setting at the Hallamshire Tennis and Squash Centre. You'll be introduced to other participants and rotated on and off court.
Play tennis in a fun and relaxed setting at the Hallamshire Tennis and Squash Centre. You'll be introduced to participants and rotated on and off court.
Meet new friends, have a few drinks and relax at these free sessions based at the students' union.
Our weekly walks allow you to meet new people and discover some of Sheffield's green city spaces whilst enjoying the benefits of the great outdoors.
Wheelchair Rugby League
Wheelchair rugby league is genuinely the most inclusive sport of all - not solely a disability sport, as non-disabled people are welcome to compete as well, and both men and women can play in the same team. This session is run in collaboration with Sheffield Eagles so you are sure to get some high quality coaching.