Brand New Membership Structure
Team Surrey is delighted to announce our brand new membership structure for the 2018/19 academic year.
Using your feedback, we've tailored our membership structure to match what you have been asking for over these past 12 months.
Offering increased flexibility and more affordable sport, our memberships now give you the opportunity to pay for what you want to use most.
Whether you're looking to gain access to all of the state-of-the-art facilities at Surrey Sports Park, just want to use the gym and classes, or even just play sport, we have a membership type for you.
Additionally, if you have previously owned a University of Surrey student membership at Surrey Sports Park; you will now benefit from an exclusive returning member discount of 15% or more on certain memberships.
If you want to find out more about what membership type is best for you, head to our memberships page for all information.
Please note, if you are a returning member you will need to visit Surrey Sports Park in person to purchase your new membership.
All those looking to purchase their first membership will be able to do so online in the coming weeks. If you'd like to find out more about Team Surrey then click here to subscribe to our mailing list.
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