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Find your play in Sutton
Sutton is one of London’s outer-most boroughs, but it still boasts some excellent, high-quality facilities for all your sporting needs. There are several great venues to choose from, accommodating sports ranging from 5 a side football to golf. Other sports available to book venues for in Sutton are cricket, netball, hockey, and tennis, so there's no excuse not to enjoy the excellent facilities the borough has to offer.
Sutton Life Centre hosts outdoor facilities for three of the most popular sports in London. Along with their hard surface 5 a side football pitch, the venue is also home to a hard macadam surface perfect for your weekly netball or tennis match. Five minute’s walk from Sutton Common rail station, and with free parking, high-quality floodlights and changing rooms, this facility is the ideal location for your after work session.
If tennis is your game, Cheam Recreation Ground offers you the best courts around. The venue is easily accessible via public transport, with several bus routes nearby and Cheam rail station within a 10 minute walk of the facility. And if you'd rather travel by car, the location has free parking. There’s no excuse not to take advantage of this completely free venue, with 3 outdoor tennis courts available to hire.
In an attempt to encourage sports participation at the several local sports facilities in Sutton, the council has a helpful list of the venues that can be found on the Sutton Council website. Sutton play an active role in engaging the local residents in sport and have made strives to ensure that there are a vast range of high-quality facilities available.
GLL work with many councils in the London area and Sutton is no exception. The organisation has details of the various facilities and activities available in the Sutton area with information on the respective venues, including their contact and booking details.
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