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Chelmsford Sports and Athletics Centre is now open. You can find all the information about restrictions and COVID safety on the website.
Chelmsford Sports and Athletics Centre (CSAC) offers first class indoor and outdoor athletics facilities as well as a fully equipped fitness suite, a multi-functional sports hall, accessible facilities and much more. The local community are very important to the centre as well as the elite athletes that train frequently and make use of the fantastic provision.
It takes just 20-25 minutes to walk to CSAC from the city centre. There is also ample parking, many accessible transport routes and details on how to get there can be found on the website
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Changing Places
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- Facilities for hearing impaired
Booking & Payment Details
- Credit cards accepted (no fee)
- Baby changing facilities
- Children welcome
- COVID-19 measures in place
- Face mask essential (not provided) - All visitors aged over 11 years must wear a face mask on site unless exempt
- Facilities must be booked
- Free Parking
- Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)
Map & Directions
Public Transport Directions
Walking:CSAC is around a 20 to 25 minute walk on foot from Chelmsford city centre.
By bicycle: You can find out which cycle routes to take to CSAC on the website.
By car: Follow A130 onto Essex Regiment Way and follow signs for Chelmsford Town centre until you see signs for Chelmsford Sport and Athletics Centre and Chelmsford City FC. From there follow the symbols.
Car parking: There is a free car park at CSAC, including accessible spaces.
By bus: The numbers 40, 54 and 56 buses stop near to CSAC. You can look at First Essex to check their routes.
By train: The nearest train station to CSAC is Chelmsford. You can look at Trainline to check which trains stop at Chelmsford station. The station is about two miles from the centre.