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Get Involved

Get Involved in Sport

By sophiebk 29 Sep 2020

As with lots of things, there have been some changes to the types of sports and fitness activities we can all get involved in this year. Despite this, there are still some opportunities for you to take advantage of if you want to keep fit and well. 

Campus Sports Centre

The University Sport and Fitness Centre is based right in the centre of campus – in between the Guild and Abercromby Square. You need to pay for a membership here, however the Premium Annual Pre-Arrival Offer is still open, giving you a years membership for £199 if you join before 04/10/20 - click here to take advantage of this offer! You can also read about their facilities and opening hours here.

Greenbank Gym

Greenbank Gym is free to use for residents of Greenbank. The gym has now reopened and 5 aside and 3G pitches will re-open on Monday 5th October, with fitness classes restarting on Monday 12th October. Click here for more information.

Looking to play Football?

Check out Student Soccer. Led by students, this organisation runs both five and six a-side football leagues and charges are between £25-30 per team(depending on five or six a side) for pitch hire, qualified referees & UEFA  match balls. See below locations and days:

  • Five-a- side at PowerLeague Liverpool (Whittle Street, L5 2SQ), every day between 5 and 9pm.
  • Six-a-side at Liverpool College - directly opposite Greenbank Halls - on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings.

Enter your details here to sign up. 


There are plenty of beautiful cycle routes around Liverpool, and if you haven't brought your own you can also rent a bike from the BiKiosk in the Guild where you can also get expert advice and repairs for any issues you're having with your bike. If you choose to cycle to university you can see all campus cycle storage locations on the campus map. We would also recommend registering your bike with Campus Support. You can read more about this here. 

For more advice on how to get involved in university life click here.