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Team Durham Junior Sports Clubs

Team Durham currently run a number of regular Junior Sports Clubs at the Sports and Wellbeing Park. Please see below for more information:


When: Sundays, Ages: 6-9 (09:00 -10:00am) & 10-16 (10:00 -11.30am), Where: Sports and Wellbeing Park Hockey Pitches (DH1 3SE), Cost: £4.50 a session (Termly or Annual discount available)

A partnership between Durham University and Durham City Hockey Club, Durham Hockey juniors is our largest junior programme with over 100 members. Specifically tailored to be accessible to players of any experience we have sticks that beginners can borrow, goal keeping kit for those interested and experienced coaches from both Durham City Hockey Club and Durham University Hockey Club to support and develop participants in a fun, safe environment.  For more information contact:

Term 1 dates: Sunday 17th September- 3rd December 2023 

Term 2 dates: Sunday 7th January- 17th March 2024  

Term 3 dates: 21st April-16th June 2024

Contact for more details


  • Annual Membership £125 
  • Termly Membership £50 (Term 1), £45 (Term 2), £35 (Term 3) 
  • Pay & play £4.50 per session  

Participants must bring their own gum shield and shin pads, but sticks are available to borrow. 


Drop-in tennis sessions will be restart weekly from Monday 8th January 2024.

When: Mondays, Ages: 3-8 (4pm-5pm), Where: Maiden Castle Arena B (DH1 3SE) Cost: £3.50 

Following on from our successful LTA Youth starter tennis sessions we will be running  drop-in, pay as you play sessions. Sessions are suitable for beginners alongside those who have completed the Tennis Start programme.

To sign up contact 


Volleyball will restart on Tuesday 9th January 2024 

When: Tuesdays, Ages: 10-17 (5pm-6pm), Where: Sports and Wellbeing Park old sports hall (DH1 3SE) Cost: £3.50 a session.

A weekly introduction to Volleyball for young people to learn and build their skills in an enjoyable relaxed environment.

If you would like to register an interest please email for more details

Sport for Adults

We also provide opportunities for adults to access sport and physical activity provision, working with our community partners (Lanchester Road Hospital, Changing Lives, Blindlife, Waddington Street Centre and Resolve Care) where we use sport and physical activity to increase wellbeing and social inclusion.

Community Partnerships

We work very closely with the local community, working in partnership with organisations to offer a range of opportunities. These include working with Durham City and Chester le Street School Sports Partnership to host a variety of festivals and events, we offer strength and conditioning support to the Durham Institute of Sport programme working with Durham County Council and work with County Durham Sport to support the delivery of the School Games Programme.

Supporting Local Clubs

The University Sport and Wellbeing Park is home to many local clubs and teams including Durham City Harriers, Elvet Striders, Lazlo's Fencing Club, Durham Mums on the Run, Durham City Hockey Club, City of Durham Fives Club and Durham Women Football Club. For more detail and contact information click here Community partner update  

Volunteering and Coach Development

Volunteering and coach development is at the heart of our programme and we offer both opportunities to members of the public through our Holiday Camps programme and to University students with our Community sport activator scheme .

Contact us on for further details.