Interested in joining a sports club? Join a Team Brunel club for free!
Team Brunel represents the student sports clubs at Brunel, ranging from team sports such as hockey and lacrosse, through to individual sports including judo and kayaking. In one of the most exciting changes for sports and exercise at Brunel, membership to all sport clubs will be free in the 2017-18 academic year.
Our sports clubs have become more accessible than ever. We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of all of our students, regardless of ability or experience. We pride ourselves on high achievement and participation levels, and regularly achieve high BUCS points.
For more information on Team Brunel, visit the Union of Brunel Students website. If you have any questions about specific clubs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purchase of a Sports Federation membership at £32.50, is a requirement before joining any sports clubs at the University. The Union sport membership entitles you to a range of benifits including;
- Access to all Team Brunel sports clubs for FREE
- Access to all Active@Brunel non-competitive team sports and classes for FREE
- Basic sports injury cover under the Union's BUSA Gold policy – for more details on the cover provided click here
- Membership of the Sports Federation, giving access to events, tours and competitions
- Influence in campus sports policy making through the elected Sports Federation Committee.
Want access to great fitness facilities?
Visit the Sports Centre or Sports Park and show your student ID to gain discounted prices to a range of casual sports activities. Or if the gym's more your thing, you can join our More Energy Gym in the Sports Centre.
If you are competitive in nature and want to improve your ability in athletics, basketball, football, futsal, rugby or netball, then our Sports Performance Programme within the Indoor Athletics Centre might be the thing for you.
Also, keep your eyes open for the Union of Brunel Students’ new social sport programme which will be launching in 2018, aimed at increasing participation at all levels across a wide variety of activities.