Newport International Sports Village is a multi-sport development located in the southeast of Newport, South Wales. It is known locally as Spytty Park, the name coming from the original Spytty Fields on which it is built. The village includes a velodrome, regional swimming pool and athletics stadium. The village has facilities for 5–a-side football, athletics, badminton, basketball, cricket, hockey, netball, table tennis, tennis (indoor and outdoor), cycling, and squash. There is also an astroturf pitch beside the Tennis Centre. The Velodrome was used by the Great Britain track cycling team as their exclusive base for their final preparations for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Wales National Velodrome: The Wales National Velodrome includes a 250-metre Siberian pine track, a function room/dance studio, free weights room, fitness suite, a drug-testing room and a multipurpose indoor sports arena. It has seating for 500 spectators. The velodrome hosts the Head Office of Welsh Cycling.
Swimming Pool: The Southeast Wales regional swimming pool was built to replace the art deco Maindee baths as Newport's senior competition pool. The pool is a 25-metre, 8-lane competition pool with a movable floor. There is also a training pool (20m x 7m) that backs onto the main pool and over 500 seats for spectators in the main pool.
Tennis Centre: The Tennis Centre is one of the original buildings in the village. When the pool was built, it was built onto the existing centre. The Tennis Centre holds many sports. It also has cricket nets in one hall.
Cricket Pitches: The village has two cricket pitches and has been the home of Newport Cricket Club since 1990. A pavilion separates the two pitches with a small seating area in the pavilion looking onto one pitch. Cricket nets were installed behind the astroturf in 2003-04 for the summer months. There are also Cricket nets in the Tennis Centre for the winter.
Squash Courts: Near the cricket pavilion are squash courts and gymnasiums. There was originally 6 squash courts but the decline of squash in Newport has led to some courts being refitted to become gyms.
Astroturf: The astroturf is used for both hockey and Football. Many local football teams train there for upcoming games. The astroturf is also home to a 7-a-side football league. The league has five divisions: the Premier Elite, divisions 1, 2 & 3, and the Conference. Conference games are played on Wednesday and Friday nights, and all other matches take place on Sunday afternoons and Monday evenings.
Newport Stadium: Newport Stadium is the primary athletics venue for Newport. The stadium is owned and managed by Newport City Council and is capable of hosting Conference National football matches. The stadium is used by Llanwern A.F.C. and Newport Harriers Athletic Club.
FAW National Football Centre: The Football Association of Wales, Welsh Football Trust and Newport City Council are currently building a National Football Centre to develop the under-21, women's and younger age-group squads. The development will include four state-of-the-art new pitches, including a top-grade artificial surface. The centre will also provide headquarters for the Welsh Football Trust, the game's development body, with analysis suites, sports science laboratories and coach education facilities also proposed.