Go CV is a loyalty card that gives Coventry residents discounts on some of the city’s most exciting attractions and activities.
Over 4,000 runners took part in the GoRun 5k Fun Run and Coventry Half Marathon yesterday as Coventry enjoyed a Festival of Running.
The fixture will serve as vital preparation ahead of the World Rugby U20 Championship in June.
Hundreds of people enjoyed trying out the new cricket pitches at Edgwick Park this week with the added bonus of getting to see the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy.
This Sunday (17 March), Coventry’s Festival of Running 2019 will begin, with over 2,000 children taking part in the Toddler Dash and Children’s Mile in Memorial Park.
A Coventry gymnast is warming up to compete in the World Special Olympic Summer Games, representing Team GB.
Around 500 cyclists achieved a hat-trick of aims as the city’s Starley Sportive helped raise around £10,000 for charity.
Two of Coventry’s sporting celebrities performed the draw for Rugby League’s Coral Challenge Cup – at the city’s historic St Mary’s Guildhall.
Coventry, the 2019 European City of Sport and a RLWC2021 host venue, will stage the Coral Challenge Cup third round draw on Monday 11 February (6pm).
Today marks 100 days to go, before Velo Birmingham and Midlands gets underway on Sunday 12 May.
The GoRun 5K Fun Run, part of the Festival of Running, has reached over 3,000 runners which is fantastic news for the city!
Coventry will be a host city when the Rugby League World Cup 2021 comes to England.
Coventry could score another sporting success later this month, when the venues for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup are announced.
A mass-participation charity cycle ride from Coventry is set to be one of the city’s first events as European City of Sport for 2019, and could raise thousands for charity.
To recognise our status as European City of Sport, the Council has teamed up with all the major sporting teams in the city to offer a family the chance to win The Big Ticket.
Coventry was named as the UK’s European City of Sport for 2019.
Coventry is celebrating yet another spectacular achievement in its sporting calendar as it is proud to announce securing the Europe Games.
Coventry city centre will be transformed this summer with a variety of activity zones for a week of sport, physical activities, events and display performances as part of Coventry Sports Week 2018.
The Leader of Coventry City Council has today announced that Coventry has been named as the UK’s European City of Sport for 2019.