We want you to participate in physical activity for life.  We want you to try many different sports so that you can find the ones that you are passionate about and will continue to enjoy long after you leave Freemen's.

Sport is a big part of Freemen's. Around 90% of all pupils play in formalised fixtures at Freemen's. The vast majority of pupils and young people are physically active three or more times a week.


What sports will you try?

Year 3 - Year 6

Football, Rugby, Netball, Hockey, Cricket, Athletics, Tennis, Boys Hockey and Girls' Touch Rugby

Year 7- Year 10

Rugby, Hockey, Football, Netball, Cricket, Tennis, Athletics, Boys' Hockey and Girls' Touch Rugby

Year 11- Year 13

Choice of 14 different activities. Competitive fixtures in fencing, football, netball, rugby, swimming, squash, tennis, athletics, cricket, cross country, fencing, indoor hockey and rugby sevens.

Girl chases a football followed by lots of boys


Overhead shot of Freemen's Award-winning sport facilities

Award Winning Facilities

The experienced teaching staff are complimented by a variety of exceptional coaching staff including Josh Evans soccer school, National Premier League coaches and players in hockey, Surrey Netball coach Alison Bennett and Surrey Cricket coach Neil Stewart. 

Our spectacular swimming pool won three RIBA awards for architecture. 

Facilities include:

  • 25m swimming pool
  • astroturf
  • fitness suite
  • tennis courts
  • rugby and football pitches
  • netball courts
  • basketball courts
  • squash courts
  • athletics track


The Sports programme enables all pupils to aim for excellence at a range of team and individual sports throughout the year, representing their house and school. Pupils in Year 3 to Year 6 play most of their fixtures during the week, with the rest of the School (Year 7 to 13) competing on Saturdays against the leading independent Schools in the South East.

Find out more about co-curricular at Freemen's.

boy tries to his tennis ball with his racket