Sports & Performance

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Lake Nona’s Sports & Performance District


Lake Nona’s Sports and Performance District creates opportunities and environments to advance sports science and athletic and personal performance. Developed in collaboration with our long-term partners and anchored by the USTA’s National Campus, Orlando City Soccer’s training facility and the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute, this athletic district pushes limits and tests boundaries.

Collaboration here bolsters human performance and everyday wellbeing. Stronger. Better. Faster. Powered in Lake Nona.

Lake Nona Training


Our Sports and Performance District is a great place for athletic training. With access to our state-of-the-art sports campuses, medical facilities and more, Lake Nona is the prime destination for professional and everyday athletes.

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Orlando City Soccer Training Facility

Orlando City Soccer Club Training Facility


Helping to anchor the Sports and Performance District is the Orlando City Lions’ state-of-the-art training facility. The club’s 23-acre campus includes six practice fields, training and fitness centers, film and meeting rooms, a players’ clubhouse and an injury prevention and rehab center.

USTA National Campus

USTA National Campus


Lake Nona is the New Home of American Tennis. The USTA’s National Campus is the largest tennis facility in the country with over 100 courts and both the Player Development and Community Tennis divisions as well as the University of Central Florida’s tennis teams.

Tottenham Hotspur F.C.

Tavistock’s History & Sports Portfolio


Tavistock Group’s sports holdings include top-tier international teams such as the Tottenham Hotspur and exclusive events like the Tavistock Collegiate Invitational and Tiger Woods’ Hero World Challenge hosted at notable destinations around the world.

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Sports & Performance Map


View our diverse sports innovation and performance district.

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