Whaddon Road Football Stadium has been home to Cheltenham Town FC since 1932. It consists of four stands, giving it the capacity of over 7,000.
The history of Cheltenham Town FC dates back to the 1880s. Nicknamed The Robins after their red and white striped shirts, they achieved great results in the past ten years.
Clyde Crescent Recreation Ground provides great recreational facilities to the local residents. It is also the focus of the community activities, especially in the summer.
As the highest point of the Cotswolds Cleeve hill commands magnificent views over Cheltenham. It is also an area of Special Scientific Interest because of its outstanding geological value.