Competitive Sport

Reigate College aims to give all students an opportunity to enjoy sport and physical activity, whether as members of a College team (see below) or just for pleasure.  Please see the College's Activities Programme and download the College's leaflet on Sport.

College teams compete in the Surrey Sixth Form Colleges League in the following sports:

  • Mens' Football (3 teams),
  • Ladies' Football,
  • Rugby,
  • Mixed Hockey,
  • Netball (2 teams),
  • Basketball. 

Subect to demand, the College also runs teams in tennis, table tennis, badminton and swimming although the College is not able to offer team practice sessions in all these sports.

Trials are held during enrolment week and fixtures run throughout the academic year. Most teams compete on Wednesday afternoons and students should bear this in mind when finalising their timetables. 

Opportunities also exist through AoC Sport for competing in Cross-country, Squash, Athletics, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Trampolining and Golf. The BCS organises tournaments, leagues and fixtures for Sixth Form and Tertiary Colleges, and gives students the opportunity to represent both South East Colleges and British Colleges in competitions.

Take a look at the College's video on Competitive Sport:

Competitive Sport at Reigate College
 
Competitive Sport at Reigate College
July 2014

 

Volunteering in Sport & Coach Education

To support the Sports and Physical Activity Programme, Reigate College also offers students the opportunity to be Sports Activators - see leaflet here.

Sports Facilities

The College has excellent sporting facilities. See for yourself with our 360 degree tour.

Facilities include:

  • The Lindley Sports Centre, comprising a Main Hall (that can be used for a variety of team games including 5-aside Football, Badminton, Volleyball, Netball and Basketball), an Activities Room (for fitness classes and circuit training), a fully equipped Fitness Suite and 6 well-equipped classrooms.
  • Playing fields at Wallfield Sports Ground which are used for many team sports including Rugby and Football.
  • On-site Tennis and Netball courts.

The College also has arrangements with a variety of external providers to ensure students have the opportunity to train in the best specialist facilities. For example, in recent years, the College Hockey teams train at East Grinstead Sports Club and College Athletes train at K2 Crawley Leisure Centre.

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