The Army's flagship sports facility is located at Aldershot Garrison, and is known as the Army Centre of Sporting Excellence.
The British Olympic Association has Aldershot Garrison as the location for a Preparation Camp for the 2012 London Olympics.
The facilities are recognised at the highest level, and include:
The hockey pavilion, opened in 2006 at Princes Avenue, has two excellent floodlit astroturf pitches. It is used by both Army and Civilian teams.
This serves the Army's number one cricket ground at Fleet Road. Full changing facilities are available.
Aldershot Garrison Sports Centre (AGSC)
The sports hall at AGSC caters for the majority of indoor activities and is the home of Army Basketball and Army Netball. The Centre also has a fully equipped fitness room.
Army Swimming Centre
The pool is situated within the AGSC. It stages major championships in ping, swimming and water polo. A boom can sub-divide the pool into two 25m pools, as well as a moveable (SPCHK) floor (1m) for swimming training. along with full dry and wet changing facilities.
Army Golf Club
This is located at Lattans Road and is an excellent 18-hole course. It was recently refurbished and drained. All serving personnel are welcomed into the club. There is no entrance fee and no waiting list. Civilians and retired personnel are equally welcome but subject to current charges - for details, contact The Army Golf Club on 01252 336722.
Army School of Physical Training - Fox Gymnasium
Fox Gymnasium is home of the Army Physical Training Corps (APTC), is the main gymnasium at the Army School of Physical Training (ASPT). All the Army Physical Training Instructors (PTIs) are trained at ASPT.
The Army Rugby Stadium
Situated on Queens Avenue, this serves as the Army's number one rugby pitch, a venue for both Union and League fixtures.
Army Football and Athletics Stadium
This is on Queens Avenue and is home of the Army Football Association (AFA) and Army Athletics Association (AAA). It is a 500 seat stadium, has full changing facilities, an eight lane running track and full field event area. It is also home of the Army's number one football pitch, which hosts all of the AFA major events.
The Aldershot Tennis Centre
Located next to Mons Barracks on Princes Avenue - this has four indoor and twelve outdoor courts, one of which is a LTA 'kids' zone'. It has full changing facilities, and an indoor hall which includes a fitness centre. Physiotherapists are available on site.
The Army also has a range of other sport facilities in many other garrisons.