Think South Liverpool for Sport

With a bounty of open spaces, a great choice of gyms and numerous sports clubs, South Liverpool is a great place to get active.

Your outdoor gym

There are more than a dozen public parks and open spaces in South Liverpool providing the perfect landscape for sport and physical activity.

Many local parks have outdoor gyms, waymarked running trails and regular fitness events, from gentle walks to parkrun and boot camp training.

David Lloyd Speke

Housed in a fantastic 80-year-old listed aircraft hangar, David Lloyd Liverpool Speke is one of the company’s flagship venues.

The centre boasts indoor and outdoor pools, steam rooms, sauna, jacuzzi, a massive fitness centre with state of the art equipment, indoor and outdoor multisport courts and a superb café-bar where you can unwind after working hard.

David Lloyd’s friendly staff provide a full timetable of fitness classes to suit people of all abilities.

Fit for Free Speke

Located on Speke Road opposite the New Mersey Retail Park, Fit for Free’s low-cost, high-quality gym concept has proven a hit with South Liverpool.

Despite its budget-price membership fee every Fit for Free gym boasts cardio training, changing rooms, showers, lockers, virtual spinning, sunbeds, Zumba, classes, circuit training, strength training and free parking.

Goals Liverpool South

With 10 top-class, floodlit, five-a-side pitches and two seven-a-side pitches, competitive leagues, thriving tournaments, kids coaching, a licenced function room, venue hire, free parking and great facilities, Goals sets the bar high.

Goals South Liverpool is situated on the junction of Evans Road and Speke Boulevard near New Mersey Retail Park.


Lifestyles Centres

Liverpool City Council run Lifestyles fitness centres across the city with centres offering great facilities and range of classes to suit people of all ages and abilities.

Here’s a list of Lifestyles facilities in South Liverpool:

Liverpool Cricket Club

The South Liverpool suburb of Aigburth is home to Liverpool Cricket Club. Founded in 1807, it is Liverpool’s oldest sports club.

It’s not just about cricket though – the club offers bowls, hockey, Lacrosse, Rugby, squash and tennis, alongside a thriving social scene and venue hire.