Menu

Facility

House of Sport 3

House of Sport 3 holds three indoor tennis courts, which can also be transformed into netball courts. The facility also holds our popular roller rink, home to our local inline hockey teams across South Wales.

  • Indoor tennis courts
  • Indoor netball courts
  • Indoor roller rink
Book or enquire View our prices

COVID-19 NOTICE: ALL VISITS MUST BE PRE-BOOKED

Activities

View all activities

Don't miss our latest news and offers

Send us your email address and we’ll make sure you receive all the very latest House of Sport information, right there in your inbox.

We’ll never pass your details elsewhere and you can unsubscribe easily at any point.


    “Cardiff City House of Sport is a fantastic venue and has been very important in the growth of futsal. It possess’ great facilities, a high quality playing surface and is a great indoor environment for players and spectators to enjoy. It has hosted events from grassroots to UEFA competitions and will be an important venue in the development of the game for years to come.”

    Richard Gunney Welsh Football Trust

    “I have great pleasure in recommending Cardiff City House of Sport.

    The Wales Veterans Football representative teams have found the facility ideal for our get togethers before international matches. The staff are very friendly and helpful and because of the excellent surface we have been able to prepare our teams to meet the high standard expected of them.

    We would certainly hope to make full use of the facility in future.”

    John Herniman, League Coordinator Wales Veterans Football

    “We’ve been using the facilities at House of Sport for almost a year now. We use the 3G pitch for football training. In the last year we’ve noticed improvements to an already fantastic venue. The management team are always improving its facilities to make it a better experience. The recent update to the parking has been welcomed.

    What really makes the HOS the venue of choice for us is the members of staff.  Nothing is too much to do. They are fully trained to assist with any injuries and always on hand with first aid.

    Credit goes to Rod (Facility Assistant) and Jo (Executive Director) who really make it a pleasure to use such a fantastic venue in Cardiff.

    House of Sport really is the best facility in Wales and one we look to use for many more years.”

    Jaymin Patel Seven Clothing

    “Cardiff City House of Sport has long been the number one choice for Footbubble as it provides a high quality facility for us to provide bubble football (zorb football). The state of the art training facility boasts an indoor FIFA approved 3G pitch which caters for our needs whatever the weather. House of Sport also has an indoor multi-sport court which also allows us to run our events.

    Cardiff House of Sport has remained our number one choice not only because of the quality facility but also the dedicated staff who have been very helpful and supportive to our newly formed company. The staff have always provided us with an exceptional level of customer care and we’ve been impressed with the friendliness and responsiveness of staff. We’d go as far as saying that they set a benchmark in customer support, which other sports venues could learn a lot from. We’re always met with enthusiasm and professionalism when working with Cardiff House of sport.

    Being located very close to the city centre allows for our participants to travel to and locate the venue easily, especially as it’s right next to the Cardiff City Stadium.”

    Sajan Miah, Managing Director Footbubble Wales

    “In 2012/13, Sport Wales awarded a Development Grant of £50,000 to establish a ball sport hall at Cardiff City House of Sport Ltd based in Leckwith, Cardiff.

    House of Sport, although linked to Cardiff City FC, is intended to engage with several sports, not just football, to also include basketball, futsal, netball, korfball, wheelchair rugby and wheelchair basketball to name a few. The project overall has been a huge success with increased participation in all sports catered for and a particular increase in basketball and women’s football. The project also has good engagement with BME groups and continues to go from strength to strength.

    Cardiff City House of Sport Ltd presented a considered and inclusive approach to the project which allowed greater participation in a range of sports whilst also engaging groups from the community who previously wouldn’t have had the opportunity to use facilities such as this.

    House of Sport has clearly demonstrated its ability to plan, produce and deliver on proposed project outcomes and outputs.”

    Christopher Coles Sport Wales