Our sporting life!
Whether you want to watch or play, there's always plenty to do in Edinburgh.
Braids Hill Golf Club
Braids Hill Golf Club is a historic gem of a golf course, commanding unrivalled panoramic views across the capital. The course offers something for all golfers: a beautiful walk, with unforgettable views to the Castle.
BT Murrayfield Stadium Tours
Go behind the scenes at the home of Scottish rugby with BT Murrayfield Stadium Tours. Take a tour of BT Murrayfield in Edinburgh with the knowledgeable and professional Scottish rugby tour guides.
Carrick Knowe Golf Club
Centrally located close to the city, Carrick Knowe Golf Club is a mature parkland golf course. All the holes are beautifully framed by a variety of trees with the castle as a backdrop, and gentle contours, resulting in an easy walk around.
Craiglockhart Leisure and Tennis Centre
Craiglockhart Leisure and Tennis Centre boasts a gym with over 70 pieces of kit, fitness studios, squash courts, sports hall and access to the kayaking pond. The tennis centre is a 2 minute walk away and offers junior and adult courses.
Duddingston Golf Club
Duddingston Golf Club is one of the most outstanding parkland courses in the Lothians and Scotland. Established in 1895 the course has a rich history, challenging design and is set in the shadow of Arthur’s Seat.
Edinburgh Equestrian Centre
Edinburgh Equestrian Centre offers a range of livery services, set in idyllic countryside with good off road hacking. The centre has three outdoor arenas and one indoor arena and a round pen.
Edinburgh Indoor Climbing Arena
Edinburgh Indoor Climbing Arena is the world’s largest indoor climbing centre. The centre has hundreds of routes and rocks for bouldering, so whether you’re a novice or an expert, there are no shortage of challenges.
The Edinburgh Monarchs compete in British Speedway’s Premier League, racing on Friday nights throughout the season at the Armadale Stadium. The stadium has outside terraced viewing areas and a fully licensed bar.
Edinburgh Rugby has been fielding a rugby side featuring the cream of district talent for the best part of 140 years and now represents the east and central Scotland in the GUINNESS PRO12 and European Cup.
Edinburgh Wolves are the capital city’s only full contact American Football team with senior and junior teams. The Wolves play in the BAFA National League in the Northern division, at the Meadowbank Stadium.
Fife, the ancient home of golf, is a must-visit destination for every golfer. The kingdom is home to 50 golf courses representing every aspect of the game from classic links to superb parkland and heathen courses.
Hibernian FC is commonly known as Hibs, they are a Scottish professional football club based in Leith. It is one of two Scottish professional football league clubs in the city, the other being their Edinburgh derby rivals Hearts.
For generations Meadowbank Stadium have been getting the people of Edinburgh active, from the running track to outdoor pitches, sports halls, and a gym, fitness studio and purpose built RPM studio, you’ll be spoiled for choice.
Melville Golf Centre
Melville Golf Centre is truly a golfing centre of excellence. The floodlit, heated all weather driving range with automatic pop up Powertees will help you enjoy and improve your game the whole year round, no matter the weather.
Midlothian Snowsports Centre
Midlothian Snowsports Centre offers all the fun and adrenaline you’d expect from Britain’s biggest artificial slope! An outdoor facility, all runs are made of matting and the floodlights to make it suitable for use all year round.
Murrayfield Ice Rink
Murrayfield Ice Rink is a 3,800-seat multi-purpose arena situated next to next to Murrayfield Stadium. There are a variety of sessions and classes to take part in, skates can also be hired with over 1,000 pairs available.
Murrayfield Stadium is the largest sports stadium in Scotland with over 67,000 seats and has the largest big screens in the country. The stadium is the home of the Scottish Rugby Union and hosts most of Scotland’s home test matches.
Musselburgh Links is the world’s oldest golf course and an original ‘Open Championship’ venue. Open to the public all year round, visitors from around the world have played on this historic course and so can you!
Royal Commonwealth Pool
Sitting in the shadow of the spectacular Arthur’s Seat, the Royal Commonwealth Pool is Edinburgh’s only 50 metre pool. Situated in an A listed building, the pool offers a range of activities and fitness classes to take part in.
Swanston Golf Club
Swanston Golf Club is a friendly and welcoming golf club with none of the traditional golfing hang ups, the club is open to all. The course has some of the best views of the capital city and ideal for all golfing abilities and ages.
Tenpin Bowling Edinburgh
Situated at the heart of historic Edinburgh in Fountain Park, Tenpin Bowling Edinburgh offers a great selection of entertainment, cosmic bowling, pool tables, arcades and a fully licensed bar offering Sky Sports.
The Grange Club
The Grange Club is one of the most historic sports clubs in Edinburgh. The club has five constituent clubs, tennis, men’s hockey, ladies hockey, squash and cricket which, together, boast an overall membership of over 650 adults.
Xtreme Karting is central Scotland’s largest indoor karting track, and Edinburgh’s only 5 star rated karting centre. The facilities have been specially designed to ensure your experience off the track is as enjoyable as on it!