All sports clubs at Trinity bar rowing are part of the Field Club, Trinity’s main sports society. You can find more information about all the sports clubs at Trinity, including how to get involved, at trinityfieldclub.net.
First and Third Trinity Boat Club is the college’s boat club. It is the largest college boat club, typically teaching between 60 and 80 people to learn to row each year. Find more information at firstandthird.org.
Trinity’s gym is located in the Sports Centre at Old Field, over Grange Road from Burrell’s Field.
The gym is on two floors. The bottom floor contains two lifting racks and benches with sets of weights; lifting mats with Olympic bars and rubber bumper plates; a full set of dumbbells (2.5kg to 50kg); a dip machine; a glute-ham raise machine; swiss balls and stretching mats. The upper floor contains mainly aerobic equipment: two Concept II ergometers; two treadmills; two cross trainers (elliptical machines); two exercise bikes; one stairmaster; one versaclimber; one multi-gym (mainly upper body). There are also three squash courts and a badminton court within the Old Field building.
Use of the gym is restricted to members. Membership costs £30 per year. In order to obtain membership, new users must undertake an Induction Session with a trainer. For more information on Membership and Induction please visit the Cam Sports Performance Trinity gym website
Spouses of students can become Associate Members. After attending the gym induction, the Accommodation Office will issue a gym membership card. The fee will be charged directly to the student's college account.
Monday - Friday: 07:15 to 22:00
Weekends and Bank Holidays: 08:00 to 22:00
The gym will be closed at certain times for cleaning, these times will be posted outside the gym on a weekly basis.
Entry to the Gym
Entry to the gym is by a College swipe card which will be programmed after your induction.
Comments and Suggestions
Any comments or suggestions about improvements that can be made to the gym are very welcome. Just email our Sports Officer
Equipment & Court Bookings
The BA Society owns a selection of sports equipment, which is stored in the Burrell’s Field Porters Lodge. There are:
- Badminton rackets and shuttlecocks
- Squash rackets and balls
- Tennis rackets and balls and
- Table tennis paddles, a net and balls
- Cricket balls
- Croquet set (Main Site Porters Lodge)
These can be borrowed by any Trinity BA and their guests. Badminton and squash courts are booked online. If your Raven account is associated with your department rather than Trinity, you may need to contact the TC Badminton Club secretary or myself to arrange addition to the approved student list. The BA Croquet set (quite heavy) is stored at the Main Site Porters Lodge (Great Gate), and you will need to sign for it and return it after use.
If there is any problem with this equipment, rackets need restringing, etc, email our Sports Officer. Also, suggestions of new equipment the Society could buy are very welcome!