Indoor sports facilities and swimming pools
The sports facilities listed below are managed for the council by Freedom Leisure and monitored by the Sports Facilities Team.
Freedom Leisure is a not-for-profit trust with no shareholders, which allows them to reinvest any extra income back into the facilities.
Our leisure centres and swimming pools
If you receive certain benefits, you can get up to 40% off selected activities at the leisure centres listed above with the Leisure Card.
Find up-to-date information on the free swimming scheme for young people aged 18 and under in Brighton & Hove.
There are a number of paddling pools and play fountains across the city.
Further information about our leisure centres and sports facilities
We work to improve the overall supply, quality and accessibility of sports facilities in Brighton & Hove to meet the current and future demands of residents.
Read about our Sports Facilities Investment Plan 2021 (SFIP) which aims to develop good quality, accessible, sustainable facilities and services over the next 10 years.
If you want to make a comment or suggestion about the sports facilities provision in the city or find out more, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also contact Freedom Leisure directly.
Outdoor sports facilities
Parks sports facilities
Make a sports facilities booking and get more information about outdoor sports facilities for football, cricket, tennis, bowls, cycling and summer sports like basketball and rounders.
Find information about skate parks in the city.
Join in the fun with Ping! our free table tennis programme.
Find information about where you can go where you can go climbing and bouldering in the city.
For more information about sports activities in general across the city, send an email to email@example.com.
Community sports facilities
Community sports facilities can be found at Longhill Sports Centre and the Manor Sports and Activities Centre.