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Best Autumn Sports Trends

Best Autumn Sports and Games

The orange and red leaves surround us, but while many of us want to curl up somewhere warm many of you are keeping active. The best Autumn sports trends are usually controlled by the school PE selection or by the professional sporting events. This guide takes you through Autumn sports, ones that are trending right now, and how to get involved.

Best Autumn Sports and Games:


Many of us would have played this at school, but there are many clubs and groups who play Netball locally around the country. The England Netball website here gives you everything you need to know about Netball in the UK. It gives you all the information on regional Netball in addition to big competitions, festivals and school netball. There is even a section for 7-a-side Netball which is played by 155,000 women every week. If you start taking an interest in 7-a-side professional Netball now, you'll be ready for the new year when the Vitality Netball Superleague takes place - keep an eye on for updates.

Mountain Biking

The satisfying feeling of scaling a mountain or bombing through muddy woods on a mountain bike is hard to describe. You just have to try it. There are many bike routes and trails in all sorts of locations around the country on The beauty of mountain biking is even if it is cold outside you will soon work up a sweat and get the adrenaline pumping. Autumn is just perfect for this sport with all the beautiful Autumnal colours around it is a real joy to take in the surroundings. And if you don't want to go careering down mountains a ride through a muddy wood can be just as satisfying.


The professional rugby season begins at the very end of August so is in full swing right now. Most schools will be playing rugby now and organising inter-school competitions and league matches. We have the Autumn Internationals which kick off in November as well. The USA are hosting a special 'rugby weekend' at the start of November to kick the Autumn Internationals off - with Ireland playing New Zealand in Chicago. For more information on this game click here.

Autumn Rugby


Originating in India, the game is huge all over the world. Carrom is not as well known as other sports. With the world championships taking place every Autumn, it has hit our Autumn sports trends list. For those of you who don't know what this game is, it is similar to Billiards in rules however the player use their finger to move the 'coins' instead of cues. If you want to have a go at this competitive game buy everything you need for less than £50 here. To find out all about the word championships, click here.

Horse Riding

A little more sedate (or can be) than the other sports in this list, is the sport (or hobby) of horse riding. Horse riding through the countryside on an Autumn day can be extremely therapeutic.

Final Thoughts...

Autumn is a great time to get active and try new sports. There are many different autumn sports to choose from, so you're sure to find one that you enjoy. Whether you're looking for a challenge or a more relaxed activity, there's an autumn sport for everyone.

If you're looking for a sport that will get your heart rate up and give you a great workout, consider netball, mountain biking, or rugby. If you're looking for something a little more sedate, try carrom or horse riding.

No matter what your interests are, there's an autumn sport out there for you. So get out there and explore all that autumn has to offer!

Best Autumn Sports

Here are a few additional tips for choosing the best autumn sport for you:

  • Consider your fitness level. Some autumn sports, such as mountain biking and rugby, are more physically demanding than others.
  • Think about your interests. Do you enjoy being active outdoors? Do you prefer team sports or individual sports?
  • Choose a sport that is accessible to you. Consider factors such as the cost of equipment and the availability of facilities.

Once you've chosen an autumn sport, be sure to warm up properly before playing and cool down afterwards. And most importantly, have fun!

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