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About SportPark

Home to many of the country's top sports governing bodies and national sports organisations, SportPark Loughborough University is a £15m development that opened its doors in January 2010 and is a brand new concept in sports working.

Organisations including The Amateur Swimming Association, British Swimming, England Cricket Board, England Squash, English Federation of Disability Sport, Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball, Institute of Sport and Recreation Management, The Institute of Swimming, Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport, Volleyball England and the Youth Sport Trust work side-by-side in a high quality environment that encourages partnership working, sharing of best practice, collaboration and innovation.

Based in purpose-built accommodation in a parkland setting at the western entrance of the University, sports bodies are also able to access expertise and knowledge from across the Loughborough campus including the University’s Business School, its Sports Development Centre, the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences and SportPark's close neighbours the Sports Technology Institute.

SportPark has been developed by Loughborough University and part-funded by emda, Sport England, Charnwood Borough Council and Leicestershire County Council, and is designed to support sports organisations as they strive to raise their game in achieving excellence in all that they do.