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Playing Fields and Outdoor Sport

Boys playing football There are a playing fields located all around Crawley, each offering a variety of winter and summer sports. As well as football, rugby and cricket, there are facilities for Gaelic football, Australian Rules football and American football. Bowls can be played at two locations, and tennis at seven courts in the town.

Playing fields are more than just sports pitches, they also offer attractive open spaces within Crawley's neighbourhoods, for local people to enjoy.

Full list of playing fields and pitch maps

Sports Pitch /Park

Facilities

Pitch Maps

Bewbush The Green, RH11 6BE

2 Junior 9v9 Football Pitches

1 Cricket Square

map

Bewbush West RH11 6DE

2 Senior Football Pitches

map

Furnace Green, Ashburnham Road RH10 6RB

2 Senior Football Pitches

1 Mini Soccer Pitch

map

Gossops Green, Dormans RH11 8HZ

1 Junior Football Pitch

map

Ifield, Ewhurst Place RH11 0AE

2 Senior Football Pitches

1 Junior Football Pitch

map

Ifield Green RH11 0HL

1 Senior Football Pitch

1 Junior Football Pitch

1 Cricket Square

map

Ifield, Rusper Road RH11 0HL

2 Senior Football Pitches *no changing facilities available

map

Langley Green, Cherry Lane RH11 7NX

5 Senior Football Pitches

2 Junior Football Pitches

2 Cricket Squares

Bowls

map

Langley Green, Willoughby Fields, Ifield Avenue RH11 7LX

4 Rugby Pitches

map

Maidenbower, Maidenbower Drive RH10 7QH

1 Senior Football Pitch

2 Junior Football Pitches

1 Cricket Square

Tennis Courts

3G Pitches

map

Northgate, Woodfield Road RH10 8ER

1 Senior Football Pitch

1 Junior 9v9 Football Pitch

1 Junior Football Pitch

2 Mini Football Pitches

map

Pound Hill, Milton Mount,

Tennis Courts

 

Pound Hill, Knepp Close RH10 7AS

2 Senior Football Pitches

map

Pound Hill, Grattons Drive RH10 3BA

1 Senior Football Pitch

3 Junior 9v9 Football Pitches

2 Mini Football Pitches

Indoor bowls (privately run)

map

Pound Hill, Worth Park

Croquet lawns

 

Southgate, Southgate Avenue

RH10 6HG

1 Senior Football Pitch

2 Rugby Pitches

2 Cricket Squares

Tennis Courts

Bowls

map

Southgate, Goffs Park

9 hole pitch and putt

 

Three Bridges, Haslett Avenue RH10 1LJ

1 Senior Football Pitch

map

Tilgate, Gainsborough Road RH10 5LQ

2 Senior Football Pitches

1 Junior Football Pitch

1 Cricket Square

map

Tilgate, Loppets Road RH10 5DP

3 Junior 9v9 Football Pitches * changing facilities available at Gainsborough Road

map

West Green, Ifield Avenue

RH11 7AJ

1 Junior Football Pitch

1 Cricket Square

Tennis Courts

Outdoor bowls (privately run)

map

Booking a Sports Pitch

You can book a sports pitch in a number of ways:

For a full list of fees and charges please visit the Fees and Charges page, and select Parks and Playing Fields from the Category drop down menu.

Weekend Sports Pitch Information

Sports pitch information for weekend 19 & 20 April 2014:

Please note the Town Hall offices are closed Good Friday & Easter Monday. Pitch requests will be actioned on Tuesday 22 April.

For further information over the weekend our Leisure Rangers can be contacted on 07899 918048.

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Football Nets

Crawley Borough Council do not provide corner flags or net pegs, however, we do provide football nets at hire charge of £75. This is a refundable deposit and it will be returned when the nets are returned in a reasonable state. For enquiries about net hire, please contact us on the details provided above.

Leisure Rangers

Our team of Leisure Rangers patrol Crawley Borough Council’s sports pitches. They deal with a range of duties including locking and unlocking pavilions for booked games. The Leisure Rangers are contactable on 07899918048

Children's Play

There are purpose built play areas for children throughout the town, and many of these are located in, or near to playing fields. They contain fixed equipment designed to be stimulating for children to play on, yet with safety in mind. Fencing around play areas keeps out dogs.

Eight of Crawley's play centres and adventure playgrounds are also located adjacent to playing fields, to maximise the fun for children by having a large open space nearby.

Open Spaces

In addition to playing fields, there are open spaces all over Crawley to enjoy, from wooded areas to flood ponds, providing a haven for wildlife. Many of these spaces are accessible through cycle routes and bridleways, and include trim trails and marked walks. The Greenway will connect open spaces and the larger parks together, and make them even more accessible. Please view the Parks and Gardens page for more information on open spaces in Crawley.

Dogwatch

It is our intention to make our parks and open spaces a pleasure for everyone who uses them. That is why it is an offence to allow a dog to leave a mess in most parts of Crawley. If you have your dog with you, carry a poop-scoop, and look out for the Healthguard bins. Dog fouling is both unsightly and dangerous to health, causing illnesses like Salmonella and Toxocariasis, so if you see someone not clearing up after their dog, please call 0800 5875 888.

Assess Guide

DisabledGo has produced access guides for Grattons Park

0800 5875 888 (01293) 438606 amenity.services@crawley.gov.uk click to email us
Amenity Services
Town Hall
The Boulevard
Crawley
West Sussex RH10 1UZ

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Amenity Services
Town Hall
The Boulevard
Crawley
West Sussex RH10 1UZ

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