A host of local sports clubs are to open their doors to the people of Dundee for a week of free activities.
The next week will see community sports hubs and clubs right across the city welcome potential new members with some fun sessions.
Running until next Sunday, there is truly something for everyone with a variety of sports on offer for all ages and abilities.
Coinciding with UK Active European Week of Sport and UK Active Day on Wednesday, Sportscotland are running a Club Open Doors week and there are plenty of options in Dundee.
Running classes will be Dundee North West, Forthill, and West End Community Sport Hubs.
Dundee West Football Club will be running classes for U/10 and U/11 Girls from 5-7.30pm on Wednesday at the club’s Charlotte Street playing fields.
West End clubs DABA Junior Badminton, Madsons Basketball and Harris Hockey all have sessions planned for the same evening for youngsters.
Meanwhile, Forthill are running classes all next week.
Hockey, rugby, squash, table tennis and tennis will be taking place as well as CricHiit – a female only cricket exercise class.
Operations manager at Forthill, Kenny Crichton, said: “We are open to absolutely everybody.
“The six sports which are connected to the hub are all offering something.
“It’s about giving the local community an opportunity to try different sports.
“The key thing for us is getting more kids and adults involved in sport on a weekly basis.
“We are regularly reminded that people are not taking on enough opportunities to exercise.
“Our rugby is only £10 for the year and tennis is very popular.”
Community sport hub officer at Leisure and Culture Dundee, Alison MacKenzie, echoed Crichton’s sentiments.
She said: “Next week is all about clubs involved with community sport hubs opening their doors to any member of the community.
“Ages, abilities and gender vary and don’t matter. It’s all about coming down to try the different sports available.
“Hopefully, people will enjoy themselves and participate going forward.
“It’s about encouraging people to have a more active lifestyle.”
There are currently seven hubs in Dundee – Caird Park, Craigie, Dundee North West, Fairfield, Forthill and West End.
And MacKenzie is keen to remind locals of the great facilities they have on their doorstep.
She added: “It’s a good promotion for the clubs, a reminder for people in the community that these opportunities are there.”
“Within our community sport hubs we’ve a variety of different sports across the city.
“They range from tennis to football to dance, so there are opportunities available for everybody.
“From an active, physical activity point of view, there are health benefits but we also encourage the members to get involved in all parts of the clubs.
“The social side of things, the organisation to give them extra skills for outside of the club as well.”
For more information on the activities taking place over the week visit www.sportscotland.org.uk/clubsopendoors.