Thanks to Coventry Bears Rugby League Club, the sport is making huge strides in Coventry.
The Coventry Sports Challenge fundraising has now started as the final participating groups and clubs have been selected.
The annual sporting event, Sports Fest is returning for the summer of 2021.
The Coventry Sports Challenge application window has now been extended to allow clubs more time to apply during this busy period as the sport sector begins its return-to-play.
Coventry netball umpire Sarah Scanlon is one of 14 Hometown Heroes – inspiring local champions of community sport in the West Midlands – celebrated by the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Coventry City of Culture Trust has formed a new partnership with one of the city’s premiere sporting teams.
Coventry’s Flame of Friendship has started to make its journey around the city.
Cash For Kids, the charity of the radio stations Free Radio and Greatest Hits Radio, has joined forces with the Council to bring back the Coventry Sports Challenge.
Moat House Leisure and Neighbourhood Centre is having their 3G outdoor football pitch upgraded.
The five winners of the Go Parks: Active Schools Challenge were recently announced and today they were awarded for their first-place finishes.
After months of lockdown and restrictions for the sport sector, rugby league is finally getting back on its feet and preparing for a huge comeback.
The Go Parks: Active Schools Challenge has now finished after four weeks of challenges, family fun and competition.
The city is also looking forward to hosting The 2021 Rugby League World Cup, and the Commonwealth Games and International Children’s Games’ in 2022.
The Go Parks: Active Schools Challenge has hit 8,000 entries in just 10 days of launching.
Just three days into the Go Parks: Active Schools Challenge, over 1000 entries have already been submitted in the Go Parks: Active Schools Challenge and over 100 schools have taken part.
As the UK is in lockdown once more, Go Parks is offering Coventry schools the opportunity to stay active and win prizes for their school.
After running for five weeks, the Go Parks Giveaway has now closed and the winners can now be announced.
There are just seven days left to enter the Go Parks Giveaway.
The sport campaign – Keep Coventry Moving - ran throughout the first lockdown period and is now back
The Westfield Health British Transplant Games (WHBTG) took place virtually for the first time this year from 30 July to 2 August. Organisers were forced to postpone the 2020 Games that were planned to physically take place in Coventry due to the global pandemic.
Coventry’s Ricoh Arena will host men's World Cup holders Australia as they take on Scotland.
There are now just 500 days to go until the Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) kicks off, with Coventry as one of the host cities.
Joint statement from Cllr George Duggins, Leader of Coventry City Council and Cllr Gary Ridley, Leader of the Opposition Conservative Party, Coventry City Council:
Council Cabinet members will meet next week (9 June) to consider an invitation for Coventry to host the 2022 International Children’s Games (ICG).
Urgent funds are being made available to cultural and physical activity-based organisations and small businesses in Coventry to help them through the COVID-19 crisis.
Coventry’s year as European City of Sport in 2019 saw a massive investment in sport and leisure, thousands getting active, and created a legacy for years to come.
Coventry people can now take the plunge and enjoy the city’s great new 50m pool.
Coventry Smashes Sport Week – the European City of Sport finale event – commences this Saturday, 11 January and spans over nine days until 20 January 2020.
As Coventry’s year as European City of Sport 2019 is coming to an end, plans for a final week of celebrations are coming together.
Cash for Kids, the Free Radio charity, Coventry City Council, Coventry European City of Sport and CV Life have teamed up to bring a unique fundraising challenge to the city.
Thousands of people took advantage of the opportunity to cycle through Coventry’s traffic-free streets, as part of HSBC UK Let's Ride Coventry.
Coventry will now host rugby sevens, judo and wrestling at the Commonwealth Games 2022, but netball has been switched to the NEC.
A group of young Coventry athletes and swimmers who recently competed in the International Children’s Games (ICG) in Russia have been praised for their efforts in representing the city.