The Saville Community Sports Centre (SCSC) is a 32516 m2 multi-sport facility managed and operated by the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation. The facility is named after Edmonton businessman and philanthropist Bruce Saville who contributed substantially to both construction phases.
The recent addition of the West wing completed in September 2011, and donated to the University of Alberta by the GO Sports partners: Edmonton Grads Youth Basketball Association, Ortona Gymnastics and the Edmonton Volleyball Association, represents the tireless efforts of these partners to realise a dream to build a place that would welcome athletes of all abilities to play sport, learn new skills, practice true gamesmanship and reach their athletic potential.
The Centre is the home of the Golden Bears and Pandas basketball, curling, tennis and volleyball teams, and houses the Canadian Curling Association National Training Centre, Tennis Canada High Performance Tennis Development Centre, and Team Ortona Gymnastics.
It provides programming and services to sport enthusiasts at all levels, from recreational athletes to Olympic champions.
Customer Service Hours
||780-492-1000 - please ask for the East or West Wing depending on the sport you're enquiring about.
|Customer Service Hours
||September 1 to April 30
(Curling, tennis, fitness centre - East Wing)
|September 1 to August 31
(Basketball, volleyball, gymnastics - West Wing)
|Monday to Friday
||May 1 to August 31
|Monday to Friday
|Saturday and Sunday
Please contact the customer service desk to confirm hours of operation for each sport-specific operation.
Amenities and features
- 8 indoor tennis courts
- 10 curling sheets
- Fitness centre
- Fitness studio
- Indoor track
- Competition gym (seating for 2800)
- Ortona Gymnastics facility
- 12 basketball courts
- 25 volleyball courts
- 30 badminton courts
- Conference rooms
- Locker rentals: gold and general locker rooms
- Food, beverage and catering services
- Balmoral Lounge (licensed)
- “Kevin’s Rocks n Racquets” pro shop
Parking at South Campus
- Parking is available at no charge for users of the Saville Community Sports Centre while using the facilities. Park and Ride is not permitted.
From May to September the SCSC offers a variety of outdoor tennis programming at the Faculty’s Outdoor Tennis Centre located at 51 Avenue and 121 Street.
Location and Contact Information
Saville Community Sports Centre
11610-65 Avenue (University of Alberta South Campus)
University of Alberta
Edmonton AB T6G 2E1