If you’re a fan of sport you’ve come to the right city! Visit England crowned us the ‘home of English sport’ in 2015. From Brian Clough to Carl Froch, and Torvill and Dean to Rebecca Adlington, it’s a city of sporting legends.

You’ll find everything here – from two professional football clubs to one of the world’s best cricket grounds, there’s something for every sports fan.

Find out why we’re the home of English sport:

Notts County

Notts County FC

Located just a stone’s throw away from Nottingham Forest, Meadow Lane is home to the world’s oldest professional football club.

Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest FC

On the banks of the River Trent, you’ll find the City Ground, home to the two-time European Cup winners. Nowadays you’ll find the club battling in the second tier for a place in the Premier League, and with new owners, a return to the top flight might just be possible.

Nottingham Panthers

Nottingham Panthers

The National Ice Centre is home to the European champions of ice hockey. The Panthers won the IIHF Continental Cup in 2017 and are regarded as the best supported British team, with regular attendances of over 5,000.

Nottingham Rugby

Nottingham Rugby Club & Nottingham Outlaws

If union is your thing, Nottingham Rugby play in the RFU Championship, and are based at Lady Bay in the popular and lively area of West Bridgford. The Nottingham Outlaws are the city’s leading rugby league side, and compete in the Conference League South.

National Water Centre Sports

The National Water Sports Centre

If you like water sports, you’ll love this sports centre. Try water skiing or white water rafting on the purpose-built rapids, or if you’re into canoeing, kayaking or team sports, lots of rowing clubs line the River Trent & Regatta.

Trent Bridge

Trent Bridge

Recognised as one of the world’s top cricket grounds, Trent Bridge is home to Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club. This amazing ground is well worth the visit, whether it’s to watch county championship, Twenty20, one-day or tests.