Sports in Worcestershire
Worcestershire is a great destination for sporting enthusiasts.
Europe's oldest motor-sport venue is located in Shelsley Walsh and one of Britain's oldest racecourses, Worcester Racecourse has been hosting racing since 1718. Worcestershire County Cricket Club plays Championship Cricket and was formed way back in 1865.
The Worcester Warriors currently compete against the best players in world rugby league in the Aviva Premiership and the Worcester Wolves basketball club play in the British Basketball League (BBL). There are also other sporting venues located close to Worcestershire, such as the premiership football club West Bromwich Albion Football Club.
As well as watching sports, there are a huge variety of golf courses and fisheries available in Worcestershire, as well as activity centres for water-sports, rock-climbing, leisure centres, swimming pools, gymnasiums, tennis courts and sports clubs.
Sporting Events in Worcestershire
Fri 12 May 2017
Canoe UK Ltd, has over 27 years of experience in running canoe trips on the River Severn from Bridgnorth, Shropshire to Worcestershire, with a 100% safety record.
Established for over 40 years with immediate access to a wide range of different safe rides and well equipped indoor and outdoor schools. Ten stables are available with hay and straw and the paddocks all year round.
What better way to spend a day with family or friends than on the secluded joys of the River Severn in a self drive motor boat? We have a number of different self drive boats to choose from...
22 exciting summer jumping race days, from May-Oct 2014, set in the heart of Worcester on the banks of the River Severn.
Wharton Park Golf Club, set in beautiful Worcestershire countryside has eighteen holes and a par of 71. It is both attractive and challenging, offering stunning views across three counties and beyond.
Albion have been playing at The Hawthorns for more than 100 years. The Black Country venue was the first Football League ground to be built in the 20th Century and was opened on Sept 3, 1900 after construction work lasted just four months.
Often said to be the most beautiful sporting venue in England, WCCC has something to offer everyone. You cannot fail to enjoy the English quintessentially game of cricket seen in the shade of Worcester Cathedral.
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