Carnegie School of Sport
£45m Investment in State-of-the-Art Home for Carnegie School of Sport
We are committed to creating inspirational teaching and learning spaces, which is why we have invested £45 million in a new, state-of-the-art Carnegie School of Sport building on our Headingley campus, co-locating our highly specialised teaching and research laboratories.
The new investment will create a base for our undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes, and will provide a hub for the elite athletes who use our sports performance expertise.
Opening in September 2020, the building houses several outstanding features, including a 60m indoor athletics track, nutrition teaching kitchen, high performance strength and conditioning facility, human movement research laboratory, two environmental chambers, and a Performance Analysis Lab in partnership with Catapult. In addition there will be networking spaces for students, staff and visitors, a cafe, informal teaching space and learning support that will foster inter-disciplinary collaboration and knowledge sharing.
Our historic Headingley Campus is also home to our sport science laboratories, 3G and AstroTurf pitches, indoor and outdoor tennis courts and an outdoor athletics track.
Carnegie School of Sport Topping Out Ceremony
Colleagues from the Carnegie School of Sport marked a construction milestone for its £45m Carnegie School of Sport building with a topping out celebration with alumni from partner sports clubs.
Time lapse video of Carnegie School of Sport
A 1 minute and 24 second time lapse video shows how years of planning and hard work has transformed the new home for Carnegie School of Sport from an idea into a reality.
New Carnegie School of Sport Building takes shape
Colleagues from the Carnegie School of Sport talk about some of the exciting new spaces in the building and how they will be used by students, staff and partners including Leeds United, Leeds Rhinos and Yorkshire Carnegie.