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      The times below are the general opening hours for each area. For more specific times and availability for particular activities please refer to the relevant pages. Please also refer note that our Christmas/New Year opening hours are slightly different and full details can be found at the bottom of this section.

      Sportspark opens at normal times during bank holidays.


      Fitness Centre
      Monday – Sunday: 06:30 to 22:20


      Swimming Pool
      Times vary, please refer to the pool timetable on our Pool webpage.


      Indoor Courts
      Monday – Sunday: 07:00 to last booking at 21:40.


      Outdoor Courts
      Monday- Friday: 09:00 to 22:00
      Weekends: 09:00 to 21:00


      Climbing Wall
      Monday – Sunday: 07:00 to 22:20


      Monday to Thursday: 07:30 to 21:30
      Friday to Saturday: 07:30 to 21:00

      Last food orders 30 minutes before close.

Register here for Sport Relief's Flagship Swimathon at Sportspark. 

Sport Relief's Flagship Swimathon takes place at Sportspark, Norwich on Sunday 20th March 2016. Whether you choose to swim on your own or in a team, it’s the taking part that counts!  Choose from 1.5k, 2.5k, or 5k swims in Sportspark’s fantastic pool and don’t forget that all sponsorship monies raised will go to Sport Relief’s charities!


Sport Relief Norwich

Sport Relief, Norwich, is going to be one of the six national televised events and not only will Sportspark be hosting Sport Relief’s Flagship Swimathon (Norwich), but we’ll also be hosting lots of free activities on the day!  Sport Relief’s Run (the Flagship Mile) and Family Cycle will also be taking place around Sportspark and the UEA campus/Earlham Park, with events starting literally on our doorstep!

So whatever your age and ability register for Sport Relief 2016 today!

And don’t forget, all sponsorship monies raised will go to the fantastic Sport Relief charities!


Greg James Comes To Norwich for Sport Relief

BBC Radio 1 DJ and Presenter Greg James will be taking on The Radio 1 Gregathlon for Sport Relief, between 8th-12th February, and will cross the finishing line in Norwich. Covering 50 miles a day, Greg is arguably facing his toughest challenge yet with a total incline climb of almost double Mount Everest, 16,888ft, whilst running and cycling, plus swimming around a mile a day in freezing outdoor and indoor conditions. Despite his training, keeping the momentum going each day will undoubtedly take its toll as he aims to raise as much cash as possible for Sport Relief.

For more information on Greg James' Greglathon click here.



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