As well as our indoor venues, Wrexham Glyndwr University is also home to a number of world-class outdoor venues. The exceptional facilities have played host to a number of international events.
The University is also right next-door to the Racecourse Football Stadium, home to Wrexham AFC as well as playing host to a number of music events, such as Stereophonics and Olly Murs.
The North Wales Regional Hockey Stadium is a water-based international facility with seating for 200 spectators and floodlighting.
This exceptional facility has been host to many an international event including EuroHockey Nations Trophy (men), International Test matches, Junior Celtic Cup Tournament just to name a few.
Glyndŵr University Hockey Stadium is also home to Wrexham Glyndŵr Hockey Club (Junior, Men & Ladies).
Sand-dressed Artificial Pitch
This floodlit pitch is a hive of activity after dark at Wrexham Glyndwr University, this pitch can be used for both full and mini matches of football and has goals to suit both needs.
Based approximately 2 miles from Wrexham Glyndŵr University, in the village of Gresford is the purpose-built Colliers Park training ground facility.
Originally built in 1997 for a cost of £750,000, it is widely regarded in British football to be one of the best training grounds outside of the Football League.
Along with Wrexham FC and North Wales Crusaders Rugby League, Barcelona, Rangers and the Welsh National Football and Rugby League teams have all used it for training purposes.
The complex includes a number of grass pitches and a state-of-the-art third generation, or 3G, synthetic turf pitch, possessing a realistic natural grass look.
The facilities are used for University sport as well as improving academic opportunities for students on a number of courses at Wrexham Glyndŵr University.