An improved hub for public sport and wellbeing

Government is committed to redeveloping Springfield but only after a new Island Stadium is delivered.

The vision for Springfield is that it will become a smaller, more compact, public sport and wellbeing hub for the north of St Helier which will include space to deliver health outreach and ‘closer to home’ services.

The new centre will also provide a new soft play facility for the town as well as health and fitness. The main benefit of redeveloping Springfield is that the full size 3G pitch will be replaced by two small sided football facilities and the rest of the site turned into a town park.  This will provide much needed open space within the densely populated part of the town.

Take a look at the kind of activity areas provided as part of the new centre:

Sports Hall

Four badminton court hall.

Spin Studio

Purpose-built group cycling studio with the ability to deliver instructed and virtual sessions

Aerobics studio

Purpose-built studio for aerobics and dance

Holistic Studio

Purpose-built studio for activities such as yoga, pilates, etc.

Fitness Suite

With circa 50 stations of CV, resistance and free weights as well as a functional training area.


Retention of the existing nursery


Childcare facility for when you want to workout

Health and community

Spaces for outreach health and wellbeing treatments.

Soft play

Children’s soft play facility


A space to socialise or relax and unwind


Two 5-a-side pitches

Images are for demonstration purposes only

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