Top 27 Sports and Fitness Websites Made with Qode Themes
Whether you’re a professional athlete, a sport aficionado, or simply a passionate fan, you are well aware of the joy and excitement sports can bring. But sport is also a business. And a huge one at that. In this day and age, when most of us turn to digital platforms to explore the areas of our interest, having a good online presence is indispensable for all business, including sport teams, individual athletes, and fitness centers alike.
Here at Qode, we understand the instrumental role a professionally designed site plays. Just like elite athletes, who work hard on reaching great heights, we incessantly strive to push the bar higher in the WordPress game. Delivering a premium user experience to our customers has been our ethos from the very beginning, and the themes that were used to build the following 15 sports websites are a true testament to that.
All of our premium WordPress themes are extremely versatile. Thanks to their gamut of practical features, you can use them for a variety of different purposes, as these websites perfectly illustrate:
Uninvent Boxing website made with the Cinerama theme
Get into the ring with Univent Boxing. This sports website is filled with integrated video content and captivatingly displayed images, all thanks to the amazing features of the Cinerama theme. On their site, Univent Boxing features the news and information about all upcoming matches. But the way they’ve introduced the boxers is particularly interesting. They’ve used the theme’s interactive links to display their names and paired it all with appropriate fullscreen background imagery.
WFBA – World Freestyle Basketball Association made with the Journo theme
WFBA – World Freestyle Basketball Association’s one-page website was made with Journo, a bespoke magazine and blog theme. The page is divided into several sections, introducing you to the association, their projects, and partners. Links to every section are displayed in the sticky menu, facilitating website navigation for users. The site is originally in Dutch, but thanks to the language switcher, you can easily change it to English. Projects are showcased through YouTube video embeds, which helps create a more immersive experience for visitors. The theme includes social media integration, allowing WFBA to easily include icons and links to their social media channels.
UnderCover website made with the Prowess theme
The UnderCover site is yet another example of what you can do with the Prowess theme. Fullscreen image sliders capture your attention from the get-go, giving you a glimpse into the fitness world of this club. There are numerous pricing plans available, and they’re all displayed in a clear manner using the premade inner page templates that come with our theme. Finding the location of the club will never be a problem as Prowess also includes integrated Google Maps.
Arco Motorsport website made with the Freestyle theme
Arco Motorsport’s site has all the features a motorsport website needs. Using our Freestyle theme, Dario Arco has created eye-catching photo and video galleries that demonstrate his skills, build an online shop, share details about his career and the latest news, add an imagery-filled moto race calendar, and much more.
Corrida Run Fun website made with the TopFit theme
Scrolling through the Corrida Run Fun website, you can see the features of our TopFit theme in action. Compelling content entry animations and image sliders adorn the pages and make your browsing experience more fun. Just like other sports websites on the list, Corrida Run Fun has also added a timetable to their site, so visitors can easily keep track of all available practice sessions. With TopFit’s prebuilt single layouts and its practical options, the club has been able to describe each service thoroughly and highlight its benefits. When it comes to blogging, they’ve opted for the standard post layout, with an image and an excerpt to accompany the text.
Israel Lacrosse website made with the PlayerX theme
Israel Lacrosse has crafted their website using the astounding features of the PlayerX theme. They’ve presented all of the clubs, programs, and initiatives in great detail, but more importantly, they’ve included a stream box to their homepage. Thanks to this cool element, you can keep an eye on the upcoming games and watch live streams.
Crossfit 5000 website made with the TopFit theme
Crossfit 5000’s website is constructed using the powerful elements of the TopFit theme. The fullscreen slider images immerse the audience in the atmosphere of the crossfit gym, while user testimonials provide an incentive to all potential crossfitters. Users can sign up for several types of classes, all of which are described in great detail with TopFit’s practical inner pages. The prebuilt templates have also been used to share the story about this crossfit team, their coaches, partners, etc. Users can also easily keep track of all scheduled practices. The weekly class schedule is displayed on the website thanks to the Timetable Responsive Schedule for WordPress plugin, which we’ve bundled for free with the theme.
Nairobi Ultimate website made with the Brick theme
The Nairobi Ultimate website was beautifully built using the practical features of the Brick theme. The moment the home page loads, the fullscreen imagery instantly transports you into the world of this Kenyan frisbee club. Page scrolling has been turned into a smooth and enjoyable experience with Brick’s parallax effect. Using the theme’s collection of pre-built inner pages, Nairobi Ultimate has presented their team members, posted all the major news in a well-organized manner, and created lovely photo and video galleries showcasing what their club is about.
La Marseillaise des Femmes website made with the Vibez theme
La Marseillaise des Femmes is the annual women’s race organized in Marseille and the website dedicated to it was crafted with Vibez. The theme was made specifically for dance studios and instructors, but this website demonstrates the flexibility and versatility of its elements. The layout is essentially simple, with image-heavy pages and informative copy. Vibez’ blog templates have been customized to fit the aesthetic of this site and used to share updates on the race, information about its sponsors, as well as tips on how to eat properly and maintain good health. The homepage also includes a YouTube video embed, which helps spike visitors’ interest in the race. There is also the handy countdown timer, so the audience knows exactly how much time they have left before the race day.
Motoduro website made with the Klippe theme
Motoduro is an agency that organizes off-road travel experiences. The timetable of upcoming trips is displayed on the homepage, containing basic information about each trip, including the name of the country where you’d be travelling to and for how many days. Event singles include more details, videos from previous travels, as well as a call-to-action button, inviting you to book your accommodation. You can make a reservation by filling out the required form first and then submitting it to the agency. Information about each event is social-media-friendly and you can share it on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or LinkedIn. To persuade you to press that call-to-action button more easily, Motoduro made the most of Klippe’s integration with Vimeo and YouTube and created a page solely dedicated to media content.
Golf Holiday Specialist website made with the Wanderers theme
Golf Holiday Specialist is a company that specializes in organizing golf holidays. They picked the Wanderers theme to craft a professional website, which allowed them to present every single tour from their extensive offer in great detail. Using the theme’s advanced search option, you can define several criteria until you find the trip you could be satisfied with. You can specify the country, duration, price range, and several other features. And if you don’t come up with a tour you like, you can fill out the custom holiday planner and organize your trip your way. For a more personalized experience on the site, consider creating a user account.
Euroski website made with the Xtrail theme
Using the Xtrail theme, Euroski was able to make a beautiful presentation of the outdoor activities they organize. Besides the main navigation presented in the sticky menu, there’s also a hamburger icon that reveals the contact form on click. The pages contain lots of engrossing image galleries, inviting you to contact the agency and embark on an adventure. The theme integrates with the Timetable Event plugin, which allowed Euroski to add a calendar and enable visitors to easily keep track of the scheduled tours. The site also includes an online shop, where you can purchase some sports equipment or clothes in a few clicks. And if you enjoy reading about outdoor activities, you should check out Euroski’s blog, where you can comment on articles and give “likes”.
Union Sportive Montalabanaise made with the TopScorer theme
Union Sportive Montalabanaise built a remarkable website with TopScorer, which comes packed-full with shortcodes and elements crafted for sports teams and sports-related businesses. The site includes a match calendar, so you can keep track of the upcoming games. Furthermore, there are single pages dedicated to each event, containing additional information about games and a Google map, so you have no trouble locating USM’s stadium. Thanks to TopScorer’s impressive shortcodes and predesigned templates, the makers of the website were able to display information about each player, add team history, league standings, and create a blog. And using the theme’s shop layouts, they made an online store, where you can filter items based on several criteria. Furthermore, you can also purchase tickets online, but you have to either create an account first or log in using your Facebook, Twitter, or Google profiles. To ensure you don’t miss out on any upcoming games, USM added a countdown in the footer. The bottom section of the site also includes a newsletter subscription button and an Instagram feed embed.
Outdoor Tourism Project website made with the Roam theme
Outdoor Tourism Project’s website was created using the powerful elements of the Roam theme. Its predefined templates were tweaked to fit the needs of the OTP and create an attractive presentation of the adventures that await all interested visitors. The site is filled with fullscreen photos, image sliders, and embedded videos, all paired with detailed information about the project and how to become a part of it. By filling out a form on the site and then submitting it to the team behind the OTP, you can quickly book an outdoor activity to your taste. And if there’s someone you’d like to take along on your adventure, it’s possible to buy them a gift card on the site.
Utrechtse Vrouwenvoetbal Academie website made with the Wellspring theme
Utrechtse Vrouwenvoetbal Academie has crafted an online presentation of their football academy for girls with our Wellspring theme. They’ve kept things fairly simple, but they’ve managed to provide you with all the info you may need. Using the theme’s malleable and useful templates, they’ve been able to introduce their programs and coaches, and share the latest news. And thanks to Wellspring’s handy calendar element, you’ll never miss the next football game.
Radsport Veloass website made with the Klippe theme
Radsport Veloass made their website with the Klippe theme. Both the header and footer contain social links, letting you connect with Veloass Radsport on Facebook and Instagram. The menu is well-organized and it stays glued at the top of the screen no matter how far down the page you may scroll. This enables you to access any section of the site whenever you want. The pages contain a lot of details about this bike store, their history, and the services they provide. However, at no point do you feel overwhelmed by the information because the content is beautifully displayed with Klippe’s predesigned page templates. The team behind the shop also likes to blog, which helps bring them closer to their users. The sidebar on blog singles includes the search option, the name of the category the selected article belongs to, as well as a list of the most popular blog entries.
Paul RIchards Racing website made with the Freestyle theme
Paul Richards Racing has used the mighty Freestyle theme to craft their website. This club is all about car racing, and the theme’s animation effects fit this sport like a glove. The way the letters and images appear on the screen almost resembles a car arriving in pitstop. One of the most important things for a club of this sort are competitions, and the neat events calendar we’ve bundled with the theme helps you easily keep track of all scheduled races. Paul Richards Racing has used out predesigned pages to present their team, sponsors, as well as to share the latest news with the crowd.
Gabriel Tomic website made with the TopFit theme
Gabriel Tomic’s fitness website is using the terrific features of the TopFit theme to create an impressive online showcase of all the types of practice he provides. Fullscreen imagery, subtle animations, and the beautiful parallax effect make up for an enjoyable browsing experience. Using the theme’s assortment of home and inner pages crafted for various purposes, Gabriel Tomic has created a well-organized site you’ll have no trouble navigating.
Sudbury Motorcycle Club website made with the Klippe theme
Sudbury Motorcycle Club created an exciting presentation of their club with Klippe. The theme’s customizable layouts allowed them to share the story of how SMC came to be, present the events they organize, and share news with their audience through a blog. Photo galleries, fullscreen image sliders, and YouTube video embeds make the pages interesting and help visitors feel the adrenaline rush one gets from riding a motorcycle. The theme includes an integrated search option, making it easy for users to find the content that interests them the most.
Tennishead website made with the Ebullient theme
Tennishead, an online portal on all things tennis, crafted a professional website with Ebullient, a theme specifically crafted for magazines, news, and blogs. This is a content-heavy site, but it’s easy to explore because the navigation is clear and well-thought-out. The content is organized into multiple categories and subcategories, all of which are displayed in the main menu. But before you start navigating Tennishead, if you wish to personalize your experience on it, you can do so by creating an account and registering on the site (the button is placed at the very top of the screen, above the menu). Besides action-infused imagery, the pages contain YouTube embeds, transporting you right onto the tennis field. Ebullient includes social media integration, which means all articles can be posted on the world’s most popular social channels. And whenever you read something you like, you can show love for the article by clicking on the heart icon below the text. If you would like to purchase some tennis gear, you can do so by visiting Tennishead’s official store, built using WooCommerce and the Enullient theme’s customizable shop templates.
Rafting Maleček website made with the Roam theme
Rafting Maleček rent rafts and canoes and organize cruises along the Vltava river. They’ve built their site with the Roam theme, which enabled them to create a detailed showcase of the services they offer and present their tours in an eye-catching way. The elaborate copy is paired with vivid imagery, and besides the standard photo galleries, some pages include image sliders, which instantly helps make the content more appealing for users. The site includes customer reviews, in case you need more persuading to embark on an adventure with Rafting Maleček. And when you do make up your mind, you can rent canoes and rafts as well as book a cruise directly on the site. The theme also integrates with Google maps, which are added to the footer.
Andrea Mantovani website made with the Klippe theme
Andrea Mantovani is a motorcycle racer and his website offers us a glimpse into his career. The site is filled with photo galleries organized into several categories, and you can explore them depending on the season you are interested in. There are also fullscreen sliders, image carousels, and video embeds, making the content more engaging. Mantovani shared the calendar of upcoming races, a timeline of his achievements, as well as a collection of press releases he was featured in. The website has an online shop made with the WooCommerce plugin and Klippe’s shop layouts, so you can easily get your hands on Mantovani’s merchandise.
Lorenzo Baldassarri website made with the GrandPrix theme
For his online presentation, Lorenzo Baldassarri chose GrandPrix – a theme crafted for all motorcycle and bike sites. He used it to tell his story and share information about his motor racing career with the public. Aside from the main navigation, the site contains a hidden menu, with Baldassarri’s basic bio details, links to his social media channels, and a list of the races he competed in. Attractive visuals help make the entire site look powerful, and the way they are displayed is just as important as their content. The pages include image sliders, fullscreen photos, as well as carousels, further adding to the site’s appeal. There is also a timeline of his career experience, containing both texts and photos, making it easy for visitors to keep track of Baldassarri’s achievements. You can also get information about each Grand Prix he plans on participating in and find out what his thoughts are on every race.
GClub Torribianche website made with the Prowess theme
GClub Torribianche’s site is another terrific example of how potent the Prowess theme is. Every single aspect of this fitness & spa center has been showcased in a pristine, elegant, informative fashion using the theme’s predesigned templates. As you browse through this website, you slowly get to discover how the authors have made the most of Prowess’ flexible features – besides sharing info about their personnel and blogging on health-related topics, they’ve also created a well-organized events timetable and featured popular posts from social media channels on their homepage.
Dr. Christopher Amad website made with the TopFit theme
TopFit is filled to the brim with stunning elements, so it comes as no surprise that so many people have built their websites using this theme, including Dr. Christopher Ahmad. This site uses almost all the practical elements TopFit has to offer to the maximum effect. While you scroll down the pages reading about the doctor’s expertise and patient experiences, you won’t be bored for one second due to various attractive animation effects as well as lots of interesting photo and video content that illustrates and deepens the textual content. Dr. Ahmad also runs a medical blog that he regularly updates, and the posts are displayed using the modern masonry layout.
FollowYourPassion website made with the Xtrail theme
FollowYourPassion immediately immerses you into their world of sport with the fullscreen video embedded from YouTube. They organize running, cycling, triathlon, and swimming events, and all future competitions are displayed in the calendar on the homepage. The site contains single pages dedicated to each sports category, where you can get detailed information about upcoming activities, watch videos from previous races, and keep an eye on the countdown telling you how much time is left until a selected competition happens. FollowYourPassion regularly engages with their audience through a blog, where you can “like” articles and share them on social channels. The blog sidebar contains a list of all post categories as well as a list of the latest blog entries.
Great Himalaya Trail website made with the GoTravel theme
Using the GoTravel theme, Great Himalaya Trail created a beautiful introduction to their trekking tours. The site includes an advanced search option, so you can quickly find a tour that matches your requirements. For instance, you can specify the month, the type of tour you’re interested in, and your price range. Using GoTravel’s blog templates, the GHT team was able to start sharing their experiences with the visitors and engage more with them. The theme is compatible with the WooCommerce plugin and it packs an assortment of shop lists and singles, so you can purchase useful guides and maps before embarking on this trekking adventure.
The legendary Michael Jordan once said – “Just play. Have fun. Enjoy the game.” To these words, that have been a guiding light for many professional athletes and rookies alike, we can only add the following – and trust us to take good care of your WordPress sports website.
From sports doctors, football teams, crossfit and fitness clubs, spa centers, and sailboats manufacturers, to boxing clubs and motorsport teams, Qode Interactive themes have been everybody’s number one choice. And for good reason, as the websites featured on the list demonstrate. Regardless of the sport you’re into, make sure you check out our sports and fitness themes, and make an unparalleled website that will not only reflect your values, strength, and skillset, but also help you stay connected to your supporters.