Reigate College aims to give all students the opportunity to get involved in sport and physical activity, whether at a competitive level, 'Sports Activator' (see below),  or just for pleasure (see the College's Activities Programme).

Team Sports

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

  • Mens' Football (3 teams)
  • Ladies' Football
  • Men's Rugby
  • Ladies' Rugby
  • Mixed Hockey
  • Netball (2 teams)
  • Basketball
  • Cricket

Students will be asked to register their interest in playing in a College sports team during enrolment, with trials taking place shortly afterwards. 

Squad selections are at the discretion of individial Sports Coaches who will notify students about any squad arrangements via College email.

Students who are selected for squads will be expected to sign a Sports Programme Contract, to ensure players are fully committed to taking part in all team training sessions and matches throughout the season. 

Most teams compete on Wednesday afternoons and students should bear this in mind when finalising their timetables. 

All students who compete for College teams are expected to attend the College's annual Sports Awards, where individual team prizes are awarded for Manager's Player of the year and Players' Player of the year.


Individual Sports

Opportunities also exist to compete locally, regionally and nationally via AoC Sport, giving students the opportunity to represent both South East and British colleges in a variety of individual sports competitions.  Individual sports include:

  • Badminton
  • Cross-country
  • Squash
  • Athletics
  • Tennis
  • Table Tennis
  • Swimming
  • Trampolining
  • Golf
  • Equestrian

Please email Piers Cox, Head of Sports Development at the College for further information.

Sport at Reigate College
Sport at Reigate College
January 2019


Sports Activators

Reigate College offers all students the opportunity to be Sports Activators - see back page of leaflet here.

Sports Activators are students who are enthusiastic about sport and physical activity, who want to encourage other students to get involved in sport and physical activity at College. They are usually students who are keen to develop their leadership skills in the area of sports participation, rather than being elite sportspeople.

The role of a Sports Activator includes: Promoting the positive values of sport throughout the College, Inspiring and motivating those around them to engage in sport and physical activity, Being the student voice for sport and physical activity within the College

Please email Piers Cox, Head of Sports Development at the College for further information.


Enrichment Qualifications In Sport

The College offers three Enrichment Qualifications in Sport, that can be taken as 'add ons' to students' study programmes.  These include:

  • Level 2 Community Sports Leadership
  • Level 2 Fitness Instructing (Gym-based Exercise)
  • Level 3 Personal Training

Please email Nicky Avery for further information.


Elite Athletes

The College attracts elite Athletes from a huge range of sporting backgrounds, many who go on to compete in AoC Sport competitions both regionally and nationally. 

Recent successes include:

  • Billy Monger, Motor Racing
  • George Mustchin, GB Hockey
  • Zach Acharya, England Hockey
  • Phoebe Colman, GB Squash
  • Katie Richards, GB Basketball
  • Liam Hunt, England Futsal,
  • Olivia Hunt, European Golf
  • Evie Spreadbury, Surrey Cricket
  • Anousha Wardley, Surrey Pole-Vaulting


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. 

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