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Warwick - UK’s top esports university - invests £275,000 in new esports centre and seeks backers to bring skills, tourists, and new opportunities to Coventry and Warwickshire

People playing esportsThe University of Warwick has announced, today Tuesday 18th May 2021, that is investing £275,000 of its own earned income into establishing a new flexible esports centre to be located at the heart of Warwick campus. It will operate alongside new facilities to stimulate innovation in the, in the newly named ‘Junction’ facility.

Tue 18 May 2021, 13:56 | Tags: Students, esports, Sport

Coventry & Scotland football legend Gordon Strachan brings one of UK’s most successful football education programmes to University of Warwick

Gordon Strachan The Strachan Football Foundation, one of the UK’s most successful football education programmes, has announced today, Wednesday 31st March 2021, that it is to move its growing programme of sporting and educational support for young people to the extensive and world class sports facilities at the University of Warwick.
Wed 31 Mar 2021, 09:30 | Tags: schools, football, Sport and Wellness Hub, Sport

Seconds out - language study explores how boxing coaches communicate under pressure

Linguists from the University of Warwick have teamed up with England Boxing and UK Coaching in a bid to interpret and improve the way in which coaches communicate in high-pressure situations.


New Joint Statement by Coventry City Football Club and the University of Warwick

Coventry City Football Club and the University of Warwick are pleased to provide an update to fans and to our community regarding progress in the development of a new stadium.

Thu 12 Nov 2020, 14:05 | Tags: University of Warwick, Sport

Joint Statement by Coventry City Football Club and the University of Warwick

Coventry City Football Club and the University of Warwick are delighted to announce that they have commenced planning for a partnership, which would see the University provide land to the Club for the development of a new stadium. Thereby creating a new home for the football club with easy access for fans living in the city of Coventry.

Tue 21 Jul 2020, 10:05 | Tags: Coventry, Sport

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