University of Birmingham Sport & Fitness Club

University of Birmingham Sport & Fitness is an iconic new club providing world-class opportunities for everyone in the region, from beginner to elite athlete. Located on the Bristol Road, just outside of Birmingham City Centre and on the edge of the University of Birmingham’s Edgbaston campus, Sport & Fitness offers an unrivalled fitness experience. It is also home to Birmingham’s only 50m swimming pool.

An all glass court will be erected for the event, in the sports arena, which was also a spectacular centre-piece for the British Junior Open (2018) and Premier Squash League (2018). The 6 glass backed squash courts, three of which have spectator seating, will host some matches plus training. Additionally, areas will be reserved for players, coaches, referees, medical services, press and VIPs.

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Glass court


Players and officials will be given a pass to use the facilities in Sport & Fitness. This includes a 200 station gym with open spaces and a free weights area to maximise your workouts.

The Performance Centre, which is also located in Sport & Fitness, offers one of the best specialist support teams in the UK for developing athletic performance. The centre offers services such as physiotherapy and massage which can be booked through the website. Find out more here

UoB Sport
Gym 2

Squash events

The Sport & Fitness Club at the University of Birmingham was the venue for the recent British Junior Open Squash Championship; and will be the venue for squash (and field hockey) for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Glass court
Lions v Bristol UWE