Thinking about playing for a university sports team? We are holding team trials for 2 weeks starting Monday 27 September - Sunday 10 October 2021. If you would like to come to a free sports team training session please contact the sports office on the lower ground floor of MDX House (next to the Students Union).
You can also meet our team captains and sports staff at the freshers fayre on campus on 22 and 23 September and pick up more information directly here.
If you would like to play for one of our teams or represent the University in competition as an individual athlete, then the first step is to come along to a training session or make contact with the competitive sports office located on the ground floor of MDX House. Contact the team on 020 8411 4651 or email email@example.com
We enter our teams into a range of student leagues and competitions as well as open events and championships. All sports are open to both male and female participants (unless otherwise stated). If you're a sports star then let us know, you may be eligible for a scholarship or similar.
All levels of ability are welcome and no previous experience is necessary!
Sessions marked as 'External' indicate the sessions takes place off campus. The sports department run a free minibus service to and from sports training where we use external facilities. If you would like to attend a training session listed, please visit the sports office on ground floor of MDX House to book your place on the minibus.
By completing the quick questionnaire we will be able to contact you directly, about the sports opportunities which may be of specific interest to you.
We are also keen to hear from you if the sport(s) you’re interested in aren’t currently on the programme, as we may be able to initiate a new activity if there is sufficient interest.
If you decide playing competitive sports isn't for you we also offer a range of recreational sports. These are a great way to simply dip in and out of activities when it suits you and your busy schedule.
We recognise that for some students in social gatherings, the consumption of alcohol is an expected and enjoyable element to proceedings, however we also appreciate that this is not the case for many students. We are also mindful of the harm and health damage that alcohol misuse can cause, and we are committed to providing sports captains with appropriate knowledge on the potential harm this may have. For more information please read our Sports Club Events Policy.