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Middlesbrough Sports Village

Top notch sporting facilities - Athletics, cycling and more!

Facilities

  • Welcome
    • Good for school visits
    • Good for families
    • Good for cyclists
  • Parking & transport
    • On site parking
    • Accessible by public transport
  • Location
    • Near to James Cook University Hospital
  • General
    • Restaurant/Tearoom/Cafe
  • Access
    • Hearing induction loop
    • Changing places toilet
    • Accessible toilet

Directions

By Car - Although Middlesbrough Sports Village is adjacent to Marton road vehicles can gain access via Alan Peacock Way (Betta Homes, Ladgate Park housing estate) off Ladgate Lane.

By Foot - Pedestrians can access Middlesbrough Sports Village via the boulevard from Marton Road, or via the footpath leading from Marton Road (next to James Cook University Hospital) or via the footpath leading from Ladgate Lane through Alan Peacock Way.

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Middlesbrough Sports Village provides a range of top level sporting facilities, from an athletics stadium to the Middlesbrough Skate Park and Middlesbrough Cycle Circuit.

A £1 million 250m Olympic-length velodrome will complement the popular 1km Cycle Circuit and Skate Park and further cement the Sport's Village's appeal as a centre of regional importance for Cyclists. Thanks to a partnership between Middlesbrough Council and British Cycling.

An Active Gym and Fun Village plus Cafe @ MSV are on site too perfect for the whole family!

There's also a sports hall, synthetic turf pitches, and grass pitches including Boro Bubble Football.

Access information

Middlesbrough Sports Village has electric door access into the main hub building, with a lift for use of Active Gym on the first floor.

In the Active Gym there are various pieces of equipment that are designed for a number of functional exercises such as Omnia 8, this specific piece of equipment isn't available in the other Active Middlesbrough venues but there are other inclusive equipment available.

Accessible car parking spaces have been provided close to the main entrance for Blue Badge holders.

An induction loop is available at the main reception desk for visitors who have a hearing impairment.

There are several wheelchair accessible toilets throughout the building offering both left and right hand transfer options. There is also an accessible shower facility as well as ambulant disabled cubicles in the standard shower provision.

A Changing Places toilet has also been provided which is designed for adults and children with complex needs and includes a changing bench, ceiling track hoist, wash/dry toilet, height adjustable basin and plenty of space for more than one carer. This facility is kept locked with a RADAR key (available at reception).

Wheelchair storage spaces have been provided in the main Sports Hall for storing day chairs whilst sports wheelchairs are being used.

Disabled people can access the grandstand via the main building and there is also a track side shelter for disabled spectators/athletes.