Here are more than 10 'N' sports taken from over 800 sports listed on our complete list of sports. There is just a short description of the sports starting with the letter 'N', click the name for a more detailed description.
- Naginatajutsu — a Japanese martial art of wielding the naginata, a weapon resembling the medieval European glaive.
- Naval Pentathlon — comprises an obstacle race, life-saving swimming race, utility swimming race, seamanship race, and an amphibious cross-country race.
- Netball — a team game with seven players on a side, similar to basketball except that players are restricted to certain sections of the court, and a player receiving the ball must stand still until they have passed it to another player.
- Newcomb Ball — an early variation of Volleyball, teams throw a ball back and forth until it hits the floor or is mishandled.
- Nine-a-side Footy — a mini version of Australian Rules Football, with 3 players each designated as forwards, centers and backs.
- Nine-Ball — a version of Pocket Billiards played with nine balls, numbered 1 through 9. A player who legally pockets the nine-ball is the winner. Most professional tournaments are conducted for the nine-ball format of pool.
- Nine-Man Football — a variation of American Football for smaller schools.
- Nine Pin Bowling — a variation of bowling with only 9 pins set up in a diamond pattern.
- Ninjutsu — The traditional Japanese art of the Ninjas - incorporating stealth, camouflage and sabotage, now practiced as a martial art.
- Nordic Combined — a Winter Olympics sport in which athletes compete in a combined event of Cross-Country Skiing and Ski Jumping.
- Nordic Skiing — a field of competitive skiing that includes all events where the heel of the boot cannot be fixed to the ski (as opposed to Alpine skiing). Includes Cross-Country Skiing, Ski Jumping, and Biathlon, Nordic Combined and Telemark Skiing.
- Northern Praying Mantis — a style of Chinese martial arts, sometimes called Shandong Praying Mantis.
- Novuss — a national sport in Latvia, with similarities to carrom and pocket billiards. Played on a 1-meter square wooden board with pockets in each corner. A small cue stick is used to strike a puck to hit small discs into the pockets.
- Alphabetical list of all sports