Sport and Leisure Facilities


We offer a range of sport and leisure activities on-campus and through arrangements with nearby providers.

Our on-campus Sport Centre caters for everyone, from elite athletes to students who want to keep fit. Here, you can use the sports hall or the gym - with over 50 cardio machines, weight training equipment, three squash courts, free weights room and a studio for exercise classes. 

USW Sport Park hosts numerous activities such including competitive university sports, community programmes and student sport competitions. If you join a USW Sport Team, you will train at here - one of the best university sport venues in the UK. 

Announcements 📢

📆 Example class timetables and opening hours are now available to view.

💳 FitZone is a cashless facility. All payments must be made online or via card.


An elite purpose built training environment with one purpose - to train and develop you to your highest potential. Our Sport Park is modern, professional and has some of the best university training equipment in south Wales. If you join a team, you will train at USW Sport Park - one of the best university sport venues in the UK. Our facilities are regularly used by international professional teams, such as the Wales women's national football team, Cardiff City Football Club, and the touring New Zealand, South Africa and Australia rugby squads.


Based on our Treforest Campus in Pontypridd, FitZone is open throughout the year and accessible to staff, students and members of the public. FitZone offers over 31 classes a week during term time, ranging from hot yoga and kettlebells to Les Mills. The main hall has six badminton courts, and the gym has over 50 cardiovascular exercise machines plus weight training equipment. There are squash courts, a studio for dance and martial arts, and a strength room.


Studying in Cardiff or Newport?

We have some fantastic agreements in place for students studying in Cardiff and Newport who are interested in joining a gym. 


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