Our sporting life!
Whether you want to watch or play, there’s always plenty on in Belfast.
Balmoral Golf Club
Balmoral Golf Club is a challenging Par 69 Course in the heart of Belfast, it has a fantastic Clubhouse with excellent bar and catering facilities. A pint of Guinness is a must while sitting on the balcony overlooking the Course.
Belfast Bike Tours
Belfast Bike Tours’ mission is to help you see the beauty of Belfast the most eco-friendly way possible, by bike. On the tour you will visit ancient sites and enjoy stories of bygone years while you enjoy the natural beauty of this area.
Belfast Bikes have 33 docking stations located across the city centre, providing a low cost, convenient way to travel about. The bikes are available to rent 365 days a year from 6am to midnight, using the station kiosk or the app.
Belfast Harlequins RFC
Belfast Harlequins RFC is Belfast’s major rugby team, you can find in the heart of south Belfast, formed in 1999 with the merger of Collegians, North of Ireland Cricket Club and North of Ireland Football Club.
Belvoir Park Golf Club
Founded in 1927, Belvoir Park Golf Club is undulating parkland course, which meanders through 136 acres of mature woodland was designed by the famed course architect HS Colt, situated just two miles from Belfast city centre.
Climbing without a rope, just you against the challenge of the wall at BoulderWorld. Every climb a different experience, every move a different thrill. It’s better than the gym and even better than cross training.
Colin Glen Forest Park
Colin Glen is a beautiful wooded glen near Dunmurry that offers an exciting array of outdoor activities, including SKYTrek Aerial Adventure Playground, Gruffalo Trail, youth work and environmental education programmes.
Glentoran FC currently play in the Northern Ireland Football League, Premiership. Their main colours are green, red and black and they play their home matches at The Oval. They are one of Northern Ireland’s main football teams.
Kingston Stadium is home to Ulster Rugby and its outstanding facilities, renowned atmosphere and sophisticated event management team make it one of the best sporting stadiums in the UK and Ireland.
Knock Golf Club
Knock Golf Club is a beautiful parkland course to the eats of Belfast, which has a wonderful variety of large and small trees, with many deep bunkers and a river coming into play in front of the 8th and 18th greens.
The ground of Linfield FC (full name Linfield Football & Athletic Club) is Windsor Park, in Belfast, which is also the home of the Northern Ireland international team Linfield FC play in the IFA Premiership .
Malone Golf Club
Malone Golf Club has been a part of the sporting and social life of Belfast for more than 100 years, from its first location at Stranmillis to the current site at Ballydrain, which was nominated for Best Parkland Course in Ireland.
Nutts Corner Circuit
Nutts Corner Circuit is Northern Ireland’s ultimate karting venue. The international track, measuring over 2 kilometres, offers the most exciting karting experience available on the shores to test to you to the limit.
Rockmount Golf Club
Rockmount Golf Club is a parkland designed championship course located to the south of Belfast. The course officially opened in 1995, when European Ryder Cup player Darren Clarke performed the opening ceremony.
Royal Portrush Golf Club
Royal Portrush Golf Club is home to one of the best and most challenging links golf courses in the world, the Dunluce Links, and the hidden gem, the Valley Links. The only club in Ireland to have hosted The Open Championship.
T13 Urban Sports Academy
Uncover a world of BMX, skateboarding, kick scooter, break dancing, urban art and DJing in the T13 Urban Sports Academy. The academy offers coaching, clubs and outreach programs to a huge number of young people.
The spiritual centre of the sport is in the Kingspan Stadium in the south of the city which is home to Ulster Rugby, the fate of which is followed with a passion that exceeds even the Irish teams that compete in the five nations.
Named after the district in south Belfast in which it is located, Windsor Park was first opened in 1905, with a match between Linfield and Glentoran. The venue usually sees its biggest crowds for Northern Ireland internationals.