A Unique Multi-Sports Facility


Archery is a fast-growing sport right across the UK. It has captured the imagination of over 47,000 members of Archery GB, and many more at

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Crown Green Bowls is played on a convex grass surface. Players use two bowls each, and have to roll their bowls towards a smaller target

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As a team game, cricket demands an exceptional variety of specialist skills, as well as accommodating a variety of physical types. Players have to perform

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Football Juniors

Today, 11.8 million people play football in England. Joining a team at an early age is a great way to learn the sport, and develop

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Football Seniors

The English football league system, also known as the football pyramid, is a series of interconnected leagues for men’s association football clubs. There are very

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Rifle and Pistol

The sport of target shooting involves the use of air rifles and pistols, muzzle-loading rifles and pistols and cartridge rifles, both rimfire and centrefire. Shooting

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Rugby Union

Rugby Union, commonly known as rugby, is a contact team sport which originated in England in the first half of the 19th century. One of

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Table Tennis

Table tennis is a cheap and accessible sport played by 2.4 million people in the United Kingdom. For people of all ages and abilities, table

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What's On

Fri 23


23 October @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Fri 30


30 October @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Bar Opening Times

Due to Covid, bar opening times may vary. The bar is currently open at the following times. Standard opening times can be extended, and the bar can be opened at other times by arrangement.


Membership Open To All

“The Club”. Illustration of Hawcoat Park by Hannah Willetts. Copyright © Hannah Willetts. Prints are available for purchase at hannahwilletts.squarespace.com

Hawcoat Park Sports Club comprises 15 acres of playing fields and caters for a variety of sports at Junior and Senior levels.

The club is operated as a Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC), and is completely independent of any other companies or organisations. Anyone can join as a member, and can take part in any of the sports offered. Members are welcome to support the club by volunteering their time to maintain the grounds, marshal at events, etc. If they want to make a greater commitment, they can apply to join the Board of Directors, or take on other regular responsibilities.

Non-members are welcome to participate in the social aspects of the club, and membership is not required for access to the bar and lounge. Non-members are also permitted on site if they have booked the use of a facility, or are attending an organised event.