Nottingham has a wide range of sports and sporting activities available for you to take part in.
This list is a guide to growing sports you should try in Nottingham.
Cricket is one of the biggest sports in Nottingham, and the city is home to the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground.
Teams around Nottingham provide ways for local people to get involved regardless of skill level.
Haydn Road Community Cricket Club has programmes in place to include the local community, they provide walking cricket for men and women over 50, they also have programmes for children available.
Nottingham provides you with the opportunity to channel your inner Robin Hood.
Adrenaline Jungle provide people with archery sessions in the wooded depths of the Sherwood Forests.
Training is provided by experienced archers so anyone can participate.
The minimum age to take part is eight and sessions are available all year round.
3. American football
Nottingham is home to a few different American football teams, providing people with the opportunity to get involved.
Nottingham Caesars are one of the oldest teams in the UK, they began playing in 1992 and have continued to play up until present day.
They allow beginners three taster sessions before they must commit to the team.
Nottingham also has two university teams which compete in the BUCS Premier North.
Aerobics is a dance-based class, designed to increase fitness, transform your body, burn calories and improve your cardiovascular strength.
Sessions are held all year round and are a great way to make a start on your fitness goals.
The class is provided by Active Nottingham and places can be booked online.
- Ice Hockey
Nottingham based team The Nottingham Panthers, have provided an increase in the amount of people wanting to take up the sport.
The National Ice Centre holds weekly sessions for adults and children to take part in, sessions are not based on skill level.