Sport and fitness at the University of Kent | Kent Sport

Kent Sport

Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation

Booking system now live

Our brand new online booking system is now live. You can access this site by visiting

The first time you visit this site you will need to either create a new account or update your account if you are a new member. Here's the step-by-step guide to help you set up your account.

Please note that all sessions must be booked in advance.

Kent Sport phased reopening

Following the Government’s guidance, we’re delighted that most Kent Sport facilities are now open for booking.

The Sports Centre

  • Cardio and resistance/weights sessions in the gym
  • Indoor sports in the main hall
  • Fitness and dance classes in the studio
  • Face-to-face physiotherapy, massage services and exercise referrals at the Kent Sport Physiotherapy Clinic

The Pavilion

  • Outdoor sports under current guidelines (individual bookings and organised training)
  • Indoor tennis at the Indoor Tennis and Events Arena
  • Outdoor grass tennis courts

Please note that all sessions will need to be booked in advance. All Kent Sport facilities follow strict social distancing and a mask or face covering is required on arrival, before and after your activity. A mask or face covering is not required during your activity. Equipment hire is not currently available.

Further updates on the reopening of our services will be shared through @UniKentSports on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter as soon as we are able to.

Make sure you check out our Stay Well @ Home webpage for at-home workouts, virtual classes and wellbeing advice.

See our Coronavirus webpage for specific information and FAQs.

Free student membership

 All first-year students and students living on campus in booked accommodation via the University will receive free Premium Plus membership with Kent Sport.  

Sports Scholarship Scheme

"I use sport as a way to relax and refocus. I think sport and exercise is incredibly important in complimenting work and staying happy."

Ieuan Gale, Sports Scholar of the Year 2019

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