Sports Clubs in Haywards Heath
Many of the popular sports are represented in Haywards Heath including athletics, cricket, football, golf, rugby and swimming.
Haywards Heath Harriers is for adults and children 9 years or above interested in running and athletics. They welcome people of all abilities, meeting on Tuesday evenings at Whiteman's Green in Cuckfield in the Summer and Oathall School in the Winter.
Haywards Heath Cricket Club was founded in 1897 and play in Clair Park on Saturday's and Sunday's in the Summer. They welcome new members of all abilities from 5 years upwards, with teams in the Sussex Cricket Leagues. They also have a Midweek XI.
There are a number of cycle routes in Haywards Heath and Cycling in Haywards Heath clubs covering the area. There is also the annual Greater Haywards Heath Bike Road.
There are a number of Football Clubs in Haywards Heath with Haywards Heath Town and St Francis Rangers having teams in the Sussex County Football Leagues, and other clubs including AFC Haywards Heath, Heath Rangers and United Services having teams in the Mid Sussex Football leagues.
Haywards Heath Golf Club is a members club founded on 27th May 1922. Its facilities including the golf course, bar and restaurant are open to the public and holds golf competitions for all ages and abilities.
Haywards Heath RFC play at Whitemans Green in Cuckfield and has members of all ages.
Mid Sussex Marlins was formed in 2007 from the merger of Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath swimming clubs. Their primary pool is The Triangle in Burgess Hill, but also train at The Dolphin in Haywards Heath and at Ardingly College. They have active swimmers of all ages and abilities including the disabled. They also play water polo.
Haywards Heath & District Table Tennis League meets at Warden Park school in Cuckfield. It has a juniors section for children 8 years and over as well as offering practice and coaching sessions.
Haywards Heath Tennis Club meets on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings at the courts in Victoria Park. They also have junior sessions on Wednesday evenings. Good players can play in the Weald League against other tennis clubs and the annual Mid Sussex Invitation tournament day.