Bermuda National Sports Center


About The National Sports Center

The National Sports Center in Bermuda is a multi-sport stadium located in Devonshire parish. Earlier the sports center was known as the Bermuda National Stadium before the major upgrades started. 
The first international soccer in Bermuda was played here in 2001. The center is also the venue for popular World Rugby Classic and many other sporting events. 
National Sports Center, Bermuda 
National Sports Center, Bermuda 
Photo: National Sports Center 
The National Sports Center is now a premier and the main venue for all the track and field sports in Bermuda including athletics, cricket, soccer, hockey, rugby, swimming and many other special events including concerts. The center is recognized by international sporting bodies such as FIFA, IAAF, ICC, FINA, and FIH as an official competitive venue. 
The sport center is spread across several acres of land and stretches from Parsons Road to Devonshire Recreation Club towards north. The site offers great views of north shore and the Atlantic. 


National Fields Complex 
400meter 8-lane competition track on the South Field with a covered grandstand having a seating capacity of 2000. There is also an open-air grandstand with additional seating capacity of  2,300. Usain Bolt won his junior world record title on this track in 2004 at Carifta Games hosted in Bermuda. 
The North Field has a Cricket grass field and 2 each for rugby and soccer. There is an additional 600m walking/jogging track surrounding the North Field. Many locals come to take advantage of the world class track for morning jogs. There is no fee for using this walking track. 
North Field 
Photo: National Sports Center 
National Aquatics Facility 
50m Swimming Pool with 8 lanes and includes a 10m high dive tower as well as spring boards (1m and 3m high). The diving tower has diving boards at heights of 3, 5, 7.5 and 10 meters. This fresh water pool is maintained at a temperature of 80°F. The pool is about 14.5ft deep at its deepest point. 
Swimming Pool 
Photo: National Sports Center 
A 2-storey multi-purpose Pavilion that has changing rooms with showers, a scorer’s room, bathrooms, upper lounge, open terrace, a commercial kitchen and a hall that seats around 60 persons. The hall can be used for workshops and conferences. The Pavilion is great for spectator viewing of North Field. 
Other Facilities 
  • Field Hockey Turf (artificial turf). 
  • An Athletic Training Zone which has a state-of-the-art Gym. 
  • Event Tent, a 9,000 square feet clear span tent for hosting banquets, concerts, festivals, and indoor sporting events that can accommodate over 1,000 spectators. 
  • One can park cars on Parsons road. 

    Facility Fees

    There are fees to use the facilities of National Sports Center. However there is no fee for using the 600 meter track that surrounds the North Field. While you can pay daily fee (which is quite steep), there are also monthly and annual fees/passes which are considerably lower. 
    Track Rates 
    Daily (drop-in) entry fees: 
  • Adults (16+): $8 
  • Youth/Senior (age 13 to 17; 60+): $5 
  • Children (age 6 to 12): $2 
    Monthly/Annual passes: 
  • Adults (16+): $30 / $100 
  • Youth/Senior (age 13 to 17; 60+): $20 / $200 
  • Children (age 6 to 12): $10 / $100 
    Pool and Gym Rates 
    Daily (drop-in) entry fees: 
  • Adults (16+): $16 
  • Youth/Senior (age 13 to 17; 60+): $13 
  • Children (age 6 to 12): $8.50 
    Monthly/Annual passes: 
  • Adults (16+): $120 / $1100 
  • Youth/Senior (age 13 to 17; 60+): $95 / $860 
  • Children (age 6 to 12): $65 / NA 

    Open Hours

    National Sports Center is open to public on all days unless a sporting event is in progress. 
    Pool & Gym Hours 
    Monday - Thursday: 6:30am – 7:30pm 
    Friday: 6:30am – 7:00pm 
    Saturday: 10:00am – 5:00pm 
    Sunday: 9:00am – 4:00pm 
    Track Hours 
    Monday - Friday: 6:30am – 8:30pm 
    Saturday: 7:00am – 8:30pm 
    Sunday: 7:00am – 8:30pm 
    Note that access time for the track may be restricted. From Monday – Friday, all lanes are available until 4:00pm. After 4:00pm, the tracks are mainly used by clubs, and therefore, access is usually limited to the two outside lanes. 

    Location and Contacts

    65 Roberts Avenue, Devonshire, DV01 Bermuda 
    Phone: 441/295-8085 
    Email (Operations Manager): [email protected] 
    Bus route #9 (this is a circular route starting from Hamilton Bus Terminal). It takes about 10 minutes to reach the National Sports Center from Hamilton City. 
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