- Worcester Warriors, an Aviva Premiership Rugby Union team who play at Sixways Stadium.
- Worcestershire County Cricket Club whose home ground is New Road.
- Blue Square Conference South side Worcester City F.C. who play at St George's Lane.
- Worcester St Johns Cycling Club
- Worcester Wolves, a professional basketball team in the British Basketball League.
- Worcester Racecourse is on an open area known as "Pitchcroft" on the east bank of the River Severn.
- Worcester has King George's Field in memorial to King George V.
- Worcester Rowing Club which is situated near the city centre on the River Severn.
- University of Worcester Rowing Club which shares accommodation with Worcester Rowing Club.
- University of Birmingham Rowing Club
- Worcester Athletics Club who meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Nunnery Wood Sports Centre
- Worcester University Climbing and Mountaineering Club
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