Clubs and Societies


The Oxford SU Clubs Directory

The University’s registered list of clubs


A great way to see what’s out there is to attend the Oxford SU Freshers’ Fair on 3rd & 4th  October. At the Fair, clubs and societies have representatives ready to talk about their activity, and often sign ups to participate or for auditions/try outs etc. There is something for everyone, from Quidditch to Life Drawing, and it doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or advanced. 

SU TIP: Some clubs and societies are college specific and some are open to members of other colleges, for example choirs. You are able to participate in activities at both a college and university level.  



Do you want to enjoy a sport you love, try something new or keep active? No problem. At Oxford, you will have the chance to play for fun, play for your college or compete for the University. Or maybe you just want to keep active, fit and healthy? Multiple college and University facilities and Oxford’s beautiful green spaces make this easy. 




Sport at Oxford


Over 80 sports clubs to choose from 

Relaxed competitions between colleges 

An annual Varsity series (against Cambridge University) 

A newly extended University sports centre including a swimming pool, an athletics track, an outdoor artificial pitch, gyms, sports halls, a studio, squash courts, tennis courts, a cricket centre, a dojo, a rowing tank and fives courts 

Opportunities, leagues and championships 

Casual physical activity and great value fitness offers through your college or at Iffley Road Sports Centre 

Inter-college competitions in most sports and college facilities including: squash courts, gyms, boathouses, football pitches, cricket pitches and lively clubhouses 

Affordable through subsidies and student pricing 



Sports Federation



The Sports Federation provides guidance, support and funding to recognised Oxford University sports clubs. It also delivers the Blues Performance Scheme, which provides strength and conditioning, nutrition, psychology and injury treatment to our highest performing teams and individual student athletes. 

For our full list of sports clubs and details of health and fitness offers at Iffley Road Sports Centre visit: visit: unities to compete in British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) fixtures. 



Other Sport 


There are also a number of sports not registered with OUSF, and you can see these on the clubs and societies directories:  
The Oxford SU Clubs Directory: 

The University’s registered list of clubs: