For a small town, Coldstream has an impressive choice of sport disciplines from fishing, bowling, curling and walking to all-out physical efforts like football, tennis and badminton. Find your level and join a club!
Coldstream has three football clubs: one a semi-professional one and a full member of the Scottish Football Association, another an amateur team and thirdly a vibrant club for juniors. The training and football takes place in Home Park. All three have websites where contacts can be made.
Coldstream Football Club
Contact David Lauder: 07514 270100
Coldstream Amateur Football Club
Contact Matthew Clark
tel: 07391 914122
Coldstream Junior Football Club
Contact Phil Johnson: 07895 193533
See Young Peoples page for full description
A delightful 18 hole course next to the entrance of the idyllic Hirsel Estate in The Scottish Borders, The Hirsel Golf Club in Coldstream is open for the general public, members and visiting golfers alike to enjoy.
tel: 01890 882678 or email
Daniel Wood Golf PGA
Based at the Hirsel Golf Club, Daniel is a PGA Professional offering both adult and junior coaching for advanced and beginner golfers.
tel: 07576 758024 or email
Archery classes are held in the Community Centre for all ages, Mondays 7-9pm.
Curling takes place at Kelso Ice Rink and Coldstream has a club that takes part. New members are made very welcome.
Contact: Christine McLain
Lennel Tennis Club is in Coldstream, a fun, friendly club that offers both adult and junior coaching and has excellent facilities.
The river Tweed is a fishing river and Coldstream has a popular Angling Association. For advice and membership, please contact: Katrina Davey
Offering classes in Kickboxing, Kung Fu, Tai-Chi and Ladies Boxercise.
Contact: John Wilson
tel 07974 533127 or email
Coldstream has an excellent bowling green and facilities and encourages membership of all ages. The club is in Home Place.
tel: 01890 883511