Sports Facilities


You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to keeping fit.  Whether you are a sports enthusiast or just want to pick up an activity, we have an array of versatile spaces to suit your needs ...

Wave Sports Hall
Sports Field

Running Track

Wave Sports Hall

Wave Sports Hall


Multipurpose Courts

FacilityLocationOperating Hours
Badminton & Table Tennis CourtsNorth Hill Function HallMon to Sun: 9.00am - 10.00pm
(Including Public Holiday)

Cleaning Schedule
Mon to Sat:
8.00am - 9.00am & 3.00pm - 4.00pm
Tennis CourtsThe WaveMon to Sun: 7.00am - 10.00pm
(Including Public Holiday)
Squash CourtsCampus ClubhouseMon to Sun: 9.00am - 10.00pm
(Including Public Holiday)

How can I use this facility?

Individual bookings for these facilities must be made via the Online Booking System before use.  The system is open to NTU full-time students (including exchange students) and staff. 

Other categories of users (including part-time & MOE Bridging students) can only book these facilities after payment of facility fee at the Sports & Recreation Centre General Office.

Please read the Online Booking Guidelines before booking.

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Operating Hours
Mon to Sun: 7.00am – 10.00pm
(Including Public Holidays)

Cleaning Schedule
Mon: 10.00am – 12.00nn
Cleaning closure is on Tue when Mon is a Public Holiday.

Nestled within the North Hill halls of residence, it is the largest gym on campus. Besides a wide variety of cardio machines, stack-weight machines and free weights, the gym features Queenax, a state-of-the-art functional training system.   

How can I use this facility?
Registration as a member must be done before admission is allowed.  The free membership has to be renewed annually.  To join, please click on the registration link below.  You would also be required to bring along your NTU student/staff card for gantry access. 

COVID-19 Phase 2
To prevent overcrowding, online booking is required before using this facility.

Athletes Gym

​As part of NTU's safe management measures for COVID-19, this facility is closed until further notice.

    Located at The Wave, this gym is specially built for varsity athletes.  It comprises various equipment for their strength and conditioning as well as rehabilitation.  

    How can I use this facility?
    University sports teams and clubs should approach your respective Sports Officers if you are interested to use the gym for your trainings.

    Strength & Conditioning EquipmentRehabilitation Equipment
    • Power platform
    • Cable cross machine
    • Dumbbells
    • Flat and Incline bench press machine
    • Leg extension machine
    • Leg press machine
    • Hamstring curl machine
    • Kettle bells
    • Slam balls
    • Medicine balls
    • Bosu ball
    • Therabands
    • Treadmill
    • Recumbent bike
    • Elliptical machine



    Swimming pool
    Children Pool is closed until further notice.

    Operating Hours
    Mon & Sat: 11.00am - 8.00pm
    Tue to Fri: 7.00am - 8.00pm
    Sun: 8.00am - 8.00pm
    Closed on Public Holiday

    Cleaning Schedule
    Mon, Wed & Fri 8.30am - 9.30am

    Located next to the Campus Clubhouse, relax and chill at our aquatic facilities.  We have a 50m 8-lane Swimming Pool as well as a Children Wading Pool for all recreational activities.

    How can I use this facility?
    NTU full-time students (including exchange students) and full-time staff can access the swimming pool for free.  Please bring along your NTU student/staff card for pool admission.  Other categories of users can only use the pool by applying for the NTU Swimming Pool Membership.

    Swimming Pool Membership
    A membership card for pool admission will be issued upon completion of the application form and payment for the membership fee.  Details are available in the Swimming Pool Membership Form, available in the link below.

    COVID-19 Phase 2
    To prevent overcrowding, online booking is required before using this facility.

    Only NTU students and staff are eligible to use the facilities. Other persons may only use the facilities as guests of the student/staff with payment of guest fee at the Sports & Recreation Centre General Office.  The student/staff is required to accompany their guests during the facility usage. Gymnasiums, however, are not open to guests.

    NTU student matriculation/ staff card must be produced when requested for verification purposes.

    Shared Recreational Spaces

    Other than facilities which are governed by their respective usage/membership rules, all other facilities are open for shared recreational play on a 'when-available' basis.  No reservation of facilities is allowed, except for approved activities by organized groups.

    • Only non-marking soled shoes should be worn on the indoor courts. Players should be suitably attired.
    • For your safety, you are advised to stop play outdoors and move into nearby buildings when there is lightning or when the lightning warning siren is sounded or when it is raining.
    • All activities after 9.00pm should be within acceptable noise level in order not to cause disturbances to the nearby staff quarters. No excessive noise levels or use of PA systems are allowed after 10.00pm and before 9.00am.
    • Animals/pets are not allowed at the sports facilities including the outdoor and indoor facilities, running track and all playing fields.
    • Day lockers are provided to store your belongings while you exercise. You are strongly encouraged not to bring valuable belongings while having your workouts.  Overnight use of the lockers is not permitted. Please clear out your belongings by 10.00pm.
    • Users are requested to take good care of the facility & equipment. Any damage should be reported to the staff on duty immediately. If the damage is not a result of normal wear and tear but due to misuse, users will be held responsible for its repair/replacement. 
    • Users should not be using the facility under the influence of any substances, medication and/or alcohol that may affect their physical, mental and cognitive state.


    The entire Sports & Recreation Centre, including the outdoor facilities and carpark areas, are designated smoke-free. All users are to refrain from smoking in these areas.  The Sports and Recreation Centre reserves the right to refuse usage of sports facilities to any person who breaches the rules and regulations. Appropriate action will be taken against anyone who fails to comply by the rules.

    Nanyang Technological University, its staff and agents, shall not be liable or be held responsible for any mishap, injury, disability, death, damage or loss of property or any other loss/damage arising from or in connection with the use of its sports facilities/equipment.

    • Proper exercise attire with covered sports shoes must be worn at all times.
    • A personal towel is to be used on all benches and machines. Sharing of towel is not allowed.
    • Surfaces to be wiped down after use.
    • Return all equipment to their respective racks after use. No equipment is permitted to be removed from the gym.  Theft will be referred to the police.
    • Power Platform must be used with presence of spotters. Work out with appropriate strength.  Do not throw weights but lower them gently.
    • No food or drink is allowed at the workout areas, with the exception of water and sports drink in a capped plastic bottle. Please clear away any spillage.
    • Portable devices, ie mobile phones, music players, etc should be made inaudible to other users and properly secured to the body of the user while exercising.
    • Do not make and take phone calls on the machine or during workouts.
    • Turn off all lights and air-conditioning of the facility, and tidy up if they are the last user of the facility.
    • Users must have proof of identity when requested by using the pool staff. Users without valid passes are liable to pay entry fees or will be refused admission to the pool. An adult guardian must accompany any child under 12 years of age when the child is in the swimming pool.
    • Children above the age of 6 years are not permitted to enter changing rooms of the opposite sex. Users are required to change their clothing in the changing rooms.
    • Proper swimming attire must be worn. No underwear should be worn under the swimming attire.
    • Users must take a shower before entering the pool.
    • Unless approved by the pool staff, no swimming aid/equipment other than swim goggles is allowed.
    • No spitting, plunging and diving are permitted in the pool.
    • Animals/pets are not allowed entry to the swimming pool complex.
    • Consumption of food and flavoured drink are not permitted at the pool vicinity.
    • Only pool staff are allowed to wear footwear on the pool deck.
    • The diving pool is not open for recreational use.
    • Users must exit the pool at the sound of the lifeguard’s whistle, 15 minutes before the closing time of the swimming pool complex or when it is deemed unsafe to be in the pool during inclement weather.
    • The pool staff reserves the right to deny usage of the swimming pool to anyone, who in their professional opinion, is suffering from any infectious or contagious disease.
    Advisories For Event Organizers
    • To clear away all foreign materials introduced during the event.
    • To clear away all debris and wastes from the events and deposit them at the Bin Centre at Hall 6.
    • The afternoon surface temperature of the artificial pitch may exceed 50 degrees. Please ensure that participants are properly attired with shoes and clothing and properly hydrated.
    Prohibited Usage                                             
    • Use of seeds, beans, soap, paint, detergent, flour, solvent, other fluids and possible contaminants.
    • Use or introduction of sharp materials including nails, pins, pegs or rocks.
    • Set-ups with point loads including tables, chairs, platform and stages.
    • Tug-of-war and events involving dragging along the surfaces.
    • Activities deemed to be environmentally unfriendly – including water bombs, and activities with excessive water wastage.