Sports clubs and associations in Cornwall


  • Cornwall Rugby Football Union /

    Union of the 39 Rugby Football Clubs in Cornwall
  • St. Neot Taverners Cricket Club /

    Two senior teams playing in divisions 3 and 6 East of the Cornwall Cricket League, an U12 team and a ladies team that are part of the inaugural Cornwall Women\'s league
  • Newlyn Non Atheletico Football Club /

    Official website of the runners up in the Mining League Division 3, 2003
  • Bodmin Womens Running Club

    Bodmin Womens Running Club / Bodmin

    Bodmin Women’s Running Club is the only all women England Athletic affiliated running group in Cornwall.  We are a small club that officially began in July 2011 and currently have 30-40 members varying in age from their early 20s to 60 plus. 
  • Cornwall Volkswagen Club /

    Club with over 30 years history. Open to VW enthusiasts and owners, old and new
  • Penzance Tennis Club

    Penzance Tennis Club / Penzance

    Central Penzance Tennis Club, open to players of all ages and standards. The club has excellent facilities for both members and visitors, having recently invested a Sport England Lottery grant of £600K on new courts and clubhouse. Qualified coaches available for group and individual sessions.
  • Redruth Rugby / Redruth

    More than just a rugby club, Redruth Rugby is the home of Cornwall's favourite sport and a centre of the local community. Visit our website for all the latest news, events and much more!
  • Portreath Surf Life Saving Club /

    Surf live saving club with extremely well equipped club house. Facilities include gym and training room. Regular training.
  • Ki Aikido Callington / Callington

    Ki Aikido classes in Calling Primary School Hall every Tuesday Evening 7pm to 9pm. Adult class, friendly club welcoming beginners. Call or visit to watch and ask any questions. Close to Plymouth, Tavistock, Saltash and Launceston.
  • Falmouth and Penryn TaeKwon-Do Club / Falmouth

    We provide TaeKwon-Do classes for all ages and experience levels at venues in Falmouth and Penryn