The University's on-campus Sports Centre provides students with access to an array of facilities including five-a-side football pitches, squash and basketball courts, hockey pitches, and trampolines. Our Centre also offers a range of fitness classes tailored to all abilities, a dance studio, and a well-equipped gym with termly memberships on offer.
Whether you're studying a sport-related discipline or looking for ways to enjoy your leisure time, you may wish to consider joining a sports society or club - all run by the Lincoln Students' Union - there are many ways to discover a new sporting activity and have fun with like-minded people.
Our Human Performance Centre is a specialist facility for those studying the areas of sport and exercise physiology, biomechanics, psychology and strength and conditioning. Housing specialist laboratory spaces containing cutting-edge equipment for the assessment and evaluation of human performance, the Centre enables sport students to engage in applied work and increase their practical experience.
Lincoln Students’ Union has more than 130 sports clubs and societies for students to join. Each year thousands of students get involved, gaining valuable experience in problem solving and organisational skills by becoming part ?of a sports committee. Students can compete in inter-university British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) tournaments in a wide range of sports, including lacrosse, football, rowing and hockey.
If you are a talented sportsperson, you could benefit from a University of Lincoln Sports Scholarship to help you further your sporting achievements alongside your academic study. Application for the scholarship is open to all undergraduate and postgraduate students, with up to 10 students receiving £1,000 each year who meet the eligibility criteria.