Football

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Just want to turn-up and play?

We have weekly sessions for men and women on all our campuses.

Want to compete? Join the team

Men's Football Club (Cambridge)

The men's football club is the second largest club on campus and includes three BUCS teams. The club have multiple training sessions per week which allows them to provide opportunities for all members to participate and improve. In recent years, the teams have secured a couple of promotions and will be looking to push on this coming season.

To contact the club, visit the club directory

To see when the club train, visit the training timetable

Women's Football Club (Cambridge)

Our women's football club are one of the fastest growing clubs on campus and picked up the most improved club award at the 2014 Sports Awards. With over 40 members, the club is open to players of all abilities and experience. For those players who want to play competitively, the club have a team that compete in the BUCS league and will be looking to win the league in 2015/16 having finished 3rd in 2014/15.

To contact the club, visit the club directory

To see when the club train, visit the training timetable

Men's Football Club (Chelmsford)

The men's football club are the largest club on campus with over 60 members. The club have multiple training sessions per week and are able to access modern 3G pitch facilities for both training and matches. The club has 2 teams that compete in BUCS and in the last two years have won two league titles and one cup.

To contact the club, visit the club directory

To see when the club train, visit the training timetable

Men's Football Club (Peterborough)

Having just completed their first season the football club are looking forward to another successful year. In their first year, the club recruited over 30 members and finished 4th in their BUCS league. The Peterborough football club is open to Guild House and UCP students. Whether you're new to football or an experienced club player, the club looks forward to welcoming you.

To contact the club, visit the club directory

To see when the club train, visit the training timetable