All the sport in West Sussex
Angling clubsFishing is the UK's most popular sport, measured by participation. In West Sussex we have fine fishing on the River Arun and the Adur, plus plenty of fishing lakes - and many Angling Societies to join.
ArcheryArundown Archery Club, Bognor Regis Archery Club, Chichester Bowmen and archery clubs across West Sussex.
AthleticsFrom top level athletics at Crawley A.C. to other fine athletics clubs at Horsham, East Grinstead, Steyning, Worthing and more, plus details of all the Sussex Athletics Associations.
BadmintonBadminton at Crawley, Felbridge, Horsham, Haywards Heath, Littlehampton and throughout West Sussex.
Bar billiardsSussex Bar Billiards, Worthing & District Bar Billiards League and the Brighton & District Bar Billiards League.
BasketballWorthing Thunder are the cream of West Sussex basketball, but there are other good basketball clubs in Sussex - Bognor Pirates, Brighton Cougars, Shoreham Sharks, East Grinstead Basketball Club plus the Sussex Wheelchair Basketball Club and more besides.
BowlsBowls is a hugely popular sport in West Sussex, with Worthing being something of metaphorical mecca in the bowls world - we have details of bowls clubs across West Sussex, plus the Sussex County Bowling Association and West Sussex Short Mat Bowls Association.
Canoe and kayakThere's river canoeing in Sussex courtesy of the Adur Canoe Club and Arun Canoe Club, plus Canoeing in Chichester on the super-smooth waters of Chichester Canal, kayaking off the south coast plus Sussex kayak clubs who organise trips to more turbulent waters to enjoy their paddling.
CricketSussex has a good claim to be the birthplace of cricket, with Slindon and Goodwood both the location for well documented early cricket matches. And cricket in Sussex is in great shape with Sussex County Cricket Club being three time winners of the county championship recently. Find out more about cricket clubs in Sussex from Aldwick to Worthing and all places in between - alphabetically speaking that is.
CroquetSussex County Croquet Club, Crawley Croquet Club, and West Chiltington Croquet Club where "croquet is OK".
CyclingTime trialling clubs, the many West Sussex branches of the Cyclists Touring Club, cycle roads races, SUSTRANS, plus information about cycle routes and the Sussex cycle network.
DartsThe darts scene in West Sussex.
Equestrian sports including eventing and dressageAs befits a beautiful rural county with such a varied landscape, the pleasures of horse riding are very popular in West Sussex in all their varied forms: carriage driving, cross country courses, dressage, show jumping, plus several excellent studs, racehorse trainers, many excellent stables and livery facilities, and much-loved Riding for the Disabled programmes.
Fencing clubsCrawley Sword Club, Horsham Fencing Club and the Brighton & Hove Fencing Club. More about fencing in Sussex
FootballSimply hundreds of football clubs across West Sussex. Too many to mention? - No, we give it a damned good go.
GolfWest Sussex is a great place for keen golfers with links golf at Littlehampton, magnificent windswept downland golf at Goodwood, Worthing and many others, plus beautiful inland courses, especially the West Sussex Golf Club at Pulborough.
Goodwood Revival MeetingThe roar of the engines, the smell of the fuel, the excitement, the danger, the beautiful vintage cars. The Goodwood Revival Meeting has become one of the sporting highlights of the Sussex summer.
GymnasticsGymnastics clubs in Sussex: Chichester Olympic Gymnastic Club, Hawth Gymnastics, Horsham Gymnastics Club, Uckfield Gymnastic Club and more.
HockeyEast Grinstead Hockey Club, Chichester Hockey Club and all the mens and womens hockey clubs in West Sussex.
Martial artsThere's an incredible number of martial arts clubs in Sussex, teaching Aikido, Taekwon-Do, Karate , Judo, Thai Boxing, Kick Boxing and more exotic martial arts like Choi Kwang-Do.
MotorsportA mixed bag of motorsport with details of Bognor Regis and Central Sussex Motor Clubs, Golding Barn Raceway, motorbikes and The Regis Rally.
Mountain bikingThe South Downs has some great mountain biking routes, with good climbs and speedy, exhilarating descents. Find out more about good mountain biking routes in Sussex plus mountain bike clubs and resources.
Mountain BoardingHaredown Mountain Boarding near East Dean on the South Downs north of Chichester.
NetballSussex Netball and the East Grinstead Junior Netball League.
OrienteeringRunning wild through the woodland of West Sussex - it's the Southdowns Orienteers. Slightly further afield, in the east of the county, there's the Saxons Orienteering Club.
PetanqueAdur Petanque Club, Handcross Petanque Club and Petanque in Brighton and Hove.
PoloCowdray Park near Midhurst is one of the top places to play high goal polo in the UK - and a highlight of the Midhurst summer. But Cowdray isn't the only place to play polo in Sussex. We'll tell you where else you can swing your mallet.
RowingThere's good coastal rowing along the Sussex coast, especially from Worthing and Shoreham, plus inland rowing on Ardingly Reservoir.
RugbyWe may not have any superstar rugby clubs in Sussex, but we have a couple of dozen solid thriving clubs where beer is drunk, friendships are made and pain is bravely ignored; all headed at the moment by Worthing Rugby Club.
RunningJoggers, Hash House Harriers, Flyers, Striders - even Sisters. All sorts of running clubs in Sussex.
Running races, marathons and 10k runsAs well as the West Sussex Fun Run League, find out more about road races like the The Brooks Brighton 10k, the Midhurst Milers and their Midhurst 10k race, the immensely popular Chichester 10k race and the Barns Green Half Marathon.
SailingThe Sussex coastline is an obvious place to sail, so its no surprise to find good sailing right across Sussex, from Bognor to Littlehampton, Shoreham and beyond. But Weir Wood Reservoir, miles inland, is also home to an award winning sailing club. We also have details of marines, places to charter a yacht, sailing associations, tide tables, sailing for the deaf and all sorts of useful sailing information.
Sailing in Chichester HarbourWith over a dozen sailing clubs, Chichester Harbour is one of the country's most popular sailing venues, as well as being one of the most beautiful places to sail in the UK.
ShootingClay pigeon shooting, target shooting and other shooting facilities in Sussex.
SquashSquash clubs throughout Sussex, including the strong squash clubs at Middleton, Horsham and Chichester.
StoolballIf ever there was a Sussex sport it's stoolball - an ancient sport practiced on village greens for centuries. While both men and women play stoolball, the sport is more popular with women, with Angmering being serial champions of the Sussex Womens Stoolball scene.
Swimming, synchro and divingSwimming pools and swimming facilities across West Sussex, including the Atlantis and Olympos Marlins Swimming Clubs, plus where to swim in Bognor Regis, Chichester, East Grinstead, Littlehampton, Worthing and all the other West Sussex towns.
Table tennisTable tennis in Crawley, Horsham, Haywards Heath and Brighton.
TennisAnyone for tennis? Tennis and racquet sports clubs in West Sussex from Angmering-on-Sea Tennis Club to West Worthing Tennis Club.
TriathlonThe enduring appeal of the rigours of triathlon may be a mystery to most, but we have plenty of tough men and women in West Sussex who want to swim, cycle and run their way through the pain barrier to glory. We'll tell you where they hang out.
WatersportsChichester Watersports Centre and Hove Lagoon Watersports provide a mixture of watersports from sailing to canoeing, windsurfing and wakeboarding.
Other sportsAmerican Football
Brighton Buccaneers plus Horsham Junior Baseball Club.
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