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Derby is perhaps most famous for being the home to Rolls-Royce, the second largest manufacturer of aero-engines as well as luxury cars. It is also home to Derby County football club aka the Rams, playing their football at Pride Park. Derby itself is often considered the home of the Industrial Revolution and the birthplace of large scale manufacturing, but actually people are only really care about where to play sport in Derby. On that note for Derby sports facilities you are really are spoilt for choice, with Derby University, Rolls Royce Sports Centre and over 100 others sports facilities in Derby.
In terms of sport, Derby has to be most famous for its football club, who have a massive following and world class facilities. However, what is not so well known is the amount of Tennis Courts that th...
One thing that you are never short of in Derby is sporting activities. There seems to be a zumba class or pilates on every street corner and the council run Springwood and Queens Sports Centres will always have something going. However, if you've got little'uns tearing your hair out, especially during the holiday periods (which seem to get longer each year) then there really is nothing better than SoccerStars. Set up by ex-pros Darren Wassall and Pat Lyons, SoccerStars is the number 1 football school in Derby. They focus on the fun and enjoyment but do also have close links to Derby FC Academy if they spot potential. It is a great way to get out the house and expend some of that never ending energy they seem to have!
I moved to derby recently and I am an intermediate badminton player. Looking for a badminton gang an...