Where Are the Sports Day Activities in Oxford Based?
All our sports day events are run from suitable venues we handpick ourselves. We’ll always bear in mind your group size, the type of activity you’ll be doing and also the unpredictable British weather. Tried and tested indoor and outdoor options in and around Oxford’s city centre with sports halls and 3G pitches being the most common choice. Being city centre also means you’ll never be endlessly searching down country lanes for an unrecognised address. The action will never be too far away!
Our Oxford Sports Themed Experiences
Old School Sports Day
Take a break from the difficulties and stress of adulting and hop back into the easier (and quite frankly better) school days with the old school sports day in Oxford. Now’s your chance to give the classic sports day races from your youth another shot with all the equipment, an event co-ordinator and venue included. You’ll be split into teams and compete in all the famous games like bean bag racing to accumulate points. These vital scores are added at the end to produce a winner, so it’s go big or go home in this competitive medley of sporty challenges.
Corporate Sports Days
Take a well-deserved break from the office and wreak havoc in a nostalgic and exciting corporate sports day in Oxford. Your office team splits up and battles it out across a montage of classic school sports day games from your youth like the egg and spoon race, for example. Included in the adrenaline filled day is an events co-ordinator who will make sure the rules are abided by, to act as a referee and to provide all the equipment for each activity. Points will be earned throughout the games before being added up at the end where a winner will emerge.
The megamix challenge in Oxford is not one, but two fantastic physical games to play in different competitive teams. At your indoor or outdoor venue, you can choose two thrilling activities like zorb bubble games or archery battle tag to play with points being earned across both. These points add up throughout the day before a winner is crowned at the end. An events co-ordinator keeps track of the scores, acts as referee and provides all the equipment you’ll need for each game so you can count on the event running smoothly and fairly at all times.