Looking to get involved in a local outdoor sport or maybe take in a match or two whilst you are here? The island is proud of it`s sporting community, both on land and water competing in various events including the bi-annual island games and participation in the Commonwealth Games

JSAD is a charitable organisation and was formed some 35 years ago with the purpose of providing support and encouragement to local residents with a disability who wish to take part in sport. It was, and remains, the general ethos that sport should be available to all, regardless of age or disability, and be fun!
Tennis – Tennis is a sport for everyone and for life. In a trip around the tennis courts of Jersey you will see 12-year-olds playing doubles with 70-year-olds and you’ll see places where individuals and families meet to play tennis and enjoy each other’s company.
The Jersey Tennis Association acts as the governing body for the sport of tennis within Jersey and to promote, improve, develop and support the interests of tennis in Jersey.
Our Clubs are the backbone of Jersey Tennis and we believe that with strong and healthy clubs that span the Island we can promote tennis opportunities to everyone who wants to play while properly supporting those players who want to develop their skills and compete both in and away from Jersey.
The Tennis Hub is an inclusive Tennis program running in St Clements Jersey, the most southerly club in the British Isles. We have 9 tennis courts (2 of which are floodlit), which are used for both the coaching program and ‘pay and play’. The Tennis Hub coaching team are passionate about delivering a range of tennis sessions, aiming to enhance your enjoyment whilst improving your fitness and level of play. Whether you are playing tennis for the first time or represent your island, we are motivated in providing tennis options for all ages and abilities.

Caesarean Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club – The Channel Islands largest Tennis Club offers ten tennis courts, a clubhouse with bar, a restaurant and change facilities. There are two permanent indoor courts, four synthetic grass courts and four hard courts. From October to May, a temporary bubble covers the four hard courts, providing six indoor courts. All courts are lit for evening playMotor Sports

Jersey Motorcycle & Light Car Club – The Club was formed in 1920, solely for motorcycle events, and the first to be held was a Reliability Trial, for which the Cope Cup was presented by the owner of the Pomme D’or Hotel, and then progressed to Hill Climbs, with many venues, prior to settling for the picturesque setting of Bouley Bay. Sand racing was introduced at Greve d’Azette and later at St. Brelade’s Bay. Millbrook, St. Ouens and West Park, which is where the majority of events are now held. Cars were included in events a few years after the formulation of the Club and the majority of vehicles at that time were sports cars.The International road Race was held on Victoria Avenue in 1947/48/49/50 and 52 and contrary to belief was not discontinued because of the major accident, but due to the heavy financial burden placed on the Club.Classic Vintage & Modern Car Club of Jersey – The club was originally formed in 1999 by a group of car and bike enthusiasts who wanted to be able to use their classics in competition together with enjoying social events with friends and family. Members currently own a wide variety of classics that may not necessarily be used for competition but are welcomed into the club. The club has since evolved and broadened its criteria in order to appeal to younger members who might have cars and bikes that are more affordable for their age group. Many classics within the club were becoming too valuable either to race or for those younger members to purchase.The Jersey Kart & Motor Club was founded in 1960 by The Rt Hon Otway Michael-James-Oliver Plunkett, Lord Louth XVI. The Club holds their races at the Ronez Loop Road in St John and is the only temporary kart circuit registered by Motorsport UK. The Club now holds races at the Ronez Loop Road, La Route du Nord, St John; a public road which is closed for racing on event days. We race between the months of March & October for a variety of kart classes involving entrants as young as 8 years old and offer timed trials for our youngest drivers age 6 and 7. Many people assume that karting is just for young drivers, but actually adults are also very active in karting, so people of all ages can thoroughly enjoy the sport.Surfing

The Channel Islands Surfing Federation (CISF) – The CISF is the governing body for the Channel Islands whose aim is to promote, maintain, improve and advance the various disciplines of surfing participated in the islands and encourage friendly and sportsmanlike co-operation among its members. As governing body the CISF aims to represent the interests of Channel Island surfers in the Channel Islands, Britain and internationally.Sea Swimming

Jersey`s Long Distance Swimming Club – The aim of Jersey’s Long Distance Swimming Club (JLDSC) is to encourage as many people as possible into swimming in the sea, just for the sheer pleasure and exhilaration of it! Contrary to belief, you do not have to have aspirations of being a Channel swimmer to join our Club! We welcome anyone, from children to adult, who has a desire to extend their swimming abilities beyond the confines of a swimming pool. Le Mourier Swim-Sea-Save

Established in Jersey over 40 years ago in early 1980, Le Mourier Swim/Sea/Save is a local family run business dedicated to inspiring confidence in, on and around the water! Le Mourier comprises three schools: Swim – Our swimming school teaches 7 days a week during term time from ages as young as 8 weeks old to 80 years old and over. All of our lessons are led by one of our fully qualified and dedicated team of career swimming teachers. Sea – Le Mourier Marine is proud to be the Channel Islands’ largest RYA Powerboat and Motor Cruising Training School, offering instruction from novice level Powerboat Level 1 all the way to Yachtmaster. Save – Our STA – accredited First Aid school specialises in offering training to businesses, clubs, groups and societies. Water Polo

Water Polo – Water polo is a physically demanding team sport which is both fun and enduring. Established in 1970, Jersey Water Polo offers a full extensive coaching program to allow each player to succeed to the best of their potential through the guidance of ASA qualified coaches. We compete in various tournaments in Guernsey, France and the UK. Jersey Water Polo is a fun, friendly club and always welcome new members willing to give the sport a go.Bowls

Sun Bowls Club – A friendly, welcoming and age agnostic Bowls Club in First Tower, Jersey. The club offers a warm welcome to all visitors, guests and potential new bowlers. We offer opportunities for bowling for all ages and abilities, including casual ‘roll ups’, friendly Sunday Competitions, leagues and knock-out competitions, and we participate in Bowls Jersey inter-club leagues and competitions. We also have matches against other local clubs as well as visiting teams from further afield.Croquet

Jersey Croquet Club is a small but active Club that operates largely on Tuesday evenings from March to October, when the weather is warm enough and the evenings bring enough light. We’re based at Les Quennevais Playing Fields, in a dedicated area inside the cycle track not far from the children’s outdoor play area.Rugby – Probably the most high-profile sport on the Island, rugby is the only sport that offers Island residents the chance to be professional sportsmen. With Jersey Rugby Football Club competing in the GreeneKing IPA Championship – the Island more than punches above its weight. Now a fully professional outfit, the JRFC first team attracts around 2,000 fans to every home game at St Peter. Also boasting a second XV and a women’s side who both contest national competitions – and one of the largest rugby academies in the county – there is plenty on offer for elite players. The Jersey Rugby Association also runs a domestic league, which is contested between five different club sides.

Jersey Touch run a vibrant summer league and travel to represent the Island at international tournaments.
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Football – Arguably one of the most popular sports on the Island in terms of participation, football is available to players of all ages in Jersey and has over 15 local clubs competing at different levels in Jersey Football Combination’s junior, senior and women’s leagues. The competitive leagues range from junior U11s through to senior reserve and first teams.  The Island’s representative sides — governed by the Jersey Football Association — play competitive matches against Channel Island rivals Guernsey each year, with the highlight being the senior Murattis, which take place in May. They also enter English cup competitions and occasionally welcome visiting UK teams to the Island for friendly matches.

The JFA —  also run a Centre of Excellence for talented junior footballers aged under-12 to under-17.
Brazilian Soccer Schools (BSS) is the original technical development program, running for over 20 years in the UK. BSS originated from the home of some of the greatest players in the world, Brazil. We are the only technical development program with a curriculum of 200+ individual moves and a method of measuring progression. Our training philosophy, put simply, is for players to become technically competent with the ball, work to develop the required physical components before going on to excel in game situations.
Socatots – Socatots is the world’s first soccer specific physical play programme for children from six months to school age. Our classes aim to give children the very best start in life, using football as a medium to develop their key skills. The organisation was launched in 2002 by Simon Clifford, founder of Brazilian Soccer Schools, after he found a lack of preschool football classes to take his young daughter to. SOCATOTS have been running in Jersey since November 2011 offering fun, entertaining and educational classes that encourage positive development in areas such as motor skills, numeracy, literacy and colour recognition, as well as teamwork.

Cricket – Jersey cricket has seen a sharp increase in both participation and success in recent years, with the Island side competing as far afield as Malaysia and Singapore in the ICC World Cricket League and over 30 clubs contesting the local evening, weekend and indoor leagues. There are also two women’s teams. Jersey has a superb development scheme, led by fully qualified coaches, with also community programmes that promote the sport in Island schools.Jersey Cricket is the official governing body of the sport of cricket in Jersey. Since 2005, Jersey Cricket has been Jersey’s representative at the International Cricket Council (ICC) where Jersey became the 33rd country to be granted Associate Membership in 2007. Jersey participates in ICC Global & European competitions at various age groups and also hosts ICC tournaments. The Men’s and Women’s national teams’ are currently ranked 25th & 39th respectively in the ICC T20 World Rankings table.Beach Volleyball – For many years now the JVA has held Beach Tournaments over the summer to attract new players to volleyball. Please give us a try and come down to training on Wednesdays or Sundays during the season. We play at the Gunsite Beach and welcome any players. You too can play just like in the NatWest Island Games!! Have fun and happy beach volleyball from the JVA!!Freshwater Fishing

The Jersey Freshwater Angling Association (“JFAA”) has been in existence for over 50 years and has provide coarse and game angling both for locals and visitors in the reservoirs, lakes and ponds in Jersey through partnerships with Jersey Water, National Trust , Department of the Environment, Simons Sand & Gravel, Les Mielles Golf and others. The JFAA provides coaching and development opportunities for a variety of groups resulting in its  community angling program which has been a great success providing young people and teenagers opportunities with an enhanced active lifestyle. Golf – With the likes of former Ryder Cup player Ted Ray and six-time British Open winner Harry Vardon being born in the Island, there is no denying that Jersey is accustomed to producing players of the highest calibre, particularly if you add resident Tommy Horton — an outstanding golfer on the European and Seniors Tour — to the list. With three exceptional 18-hole courses and a further three 9-hole courses spread across the Island, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved and enjoy the stunning scenery that Jersey has to offer.

Royal Jersey Golf Club 

Situated on the east coast of Jersey where visitors always receive a warm welcome

La Moye Golf Club
With magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean and an outstanding clubhouse La Moye provides an unforgettable experience

Les Mielles Golf & Country Club
An 18 hole championship golf course with stunning views of St Ouen`s bay and rated as one of the top courses on the island

Longueville Golf Range
If you are an avid golfer or just fancy whacking some balls then Longueville Golf Range is the place for you. Clubs are available and if requiring tuition a PGA Qualified Professional is available by appointment. The range is open all year round with a cafe where snacks are available. Suitable for the whole family to enjoy.Wheatlands Golf Course, Le Mont Des Grupieaux, St Peter – 01534 888844

Set in the heart of the countryside, Wheatlands is situated on the original green lanes of St Peter and well known for its 9 hole golf course which is set in parkland making up the upper west side of St Peter’s valley. Set in 30 acres of stunning countryside, Wheatlands is a challenging nine hole parkland golf course, opened in 1994 by Ryder Cup Captain Ian Woosnam. If you are a visitor and would like to book a tee time through our website, please click here This service allows you to book a tee time at our golf course online and get instant on-screen and email confirmation of your booking. See our facebook page for eventsSt Clements Golf and Sports Centre – Look forward to welcoming visitors, handicap certificates are not required and all the necessary equipment can be hired

Les Mielles Activity Centre
The Driving Range – No age limit – Pre-book for groups. Another great activity for all the family or groups has been recently introduced. You will be provided with golf clubs and a basket of golf balls. Have fun taking your turn hitting pop up tees and a variety of targets.

Archery – There are two clubs in Jersey under the branch of the Archery Association of Jersey, which means that archers can be selected for prestigious events such as the island games and commonwealth games to represent the island.

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Jersey Loves Sport is a sport website which enables you to learn about the huge range of sports and activities that you can get involved in our Island. From shooting clubs to hockey, water polo to motocross – if it’s happening in Jersey you will be able to find all the details you need here

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