I had a partial knee replacement just over three years ago. I was 47 and the op was to fix a problem caused by a football (soccer) injury. I had very strong leg muscles from years of playing football and cycling and am quite big of build. It would be fair to say that, with hindsight, my post-op physio was not great as it wasn't tailored as it should have been and although the knee itself has been very healthy since the op, I have had issues with my quad as this has been very tight since. Doing some research, it appears that the old wisdom of not taking part of physical sports (even singles tennis) is now being seen as possibly outdated with younger people having these operations and also with the new joints being more robust. I'm really missing my team sports activities. I use a static bike to maintain a level of fitness but have absolutely no interest in swimming (boring) which seems to be the main thing they tell you to do to keep fit after a KR. Has anybody gone back to playing team sports and if so, how has it been? I'm not planning to go back to hard tackling defender but even to go back to goalkeeping to minimise the running impact would be great. I did look at walking football but this seems to be more for pensioners and I'm too young to join many clubs!