Seven teams, a proud history of silverware, the largest and loudest contingent out on a Wednesday night – the LSEFC is the cornerstone of all that is AU.
Contact details: AU.CLUB.FOOTBALL-MENS@lse.ac.uk
LSE Women's Football (aka Soccer) is the club to join if you're interested in casual training sessions with our coach, competitive University of London games & last but not least, the great social life associated with committing to LSE WFC both on and off the pitch. All levels welcome.
Join our Facebook page & follow us on twitter @lse_wfc
Contact details: AU.CLUB.FOOTBALL-WOMENS@lse.ac.uk
With their idiosyncratic combination of mingling with muscle-bound mules of men on the rugby pitch and the finest young fillies London’s nightlife has to offer, the LSERFC welcomes all.
Contact details: AU.CLUB.RUGBY-MENS@lse.ac.uk
Always seen and heard, LSEWRFC is well known for its play hard, party hard attitude. Surprise yourself, give it a go! Don't knock it til you've tried it - tall or short, fat or thin, there will always be a place for you on the team. If you're looking to try a new sport but have never picked up a rugby ball in your entire life, don't despair! Most of our players started as beginners, and we maintain that all you need to be a successful rugby player is a bit of enthusiasm and a willingness to get stuck in. Playing rugby is a brilliant way to keep fit, meet new friends, and to shake off the stress of those looming essay deadlines which you will undoubtedly encounter during your time at LSE.
Contact details: AU.CLUB.RUGBY-WOMENS@lse.ac.uk
The LSE Netball Club is proud to have 8 teams spanning every ability: from regional and club level down to complete beginner, there's a team for everyone whether you want to get a tough game in or just play for fun. And as the AU's largest and most sociable women's sport, netball is the best way to get the most out of the AU's sporting and social events.
All teams play in the ULU (Universities of London Union) leagues on a Monday night against many other Universities in London Region. The top 3 teams also play in the BUCS (British Universities & Colleges Sport) South East leagues on a Wednesday afternoon.
Contact details: AU.CLUB.NETBALL@lse.ac.uk
LSE Indoor League (game II): the first Indoor League game will be held on Saturday 16 November 10am-12pm at the Lords MCC Indoor Academy - please arrive promptly at 9:45pm. and wear whites. The first match will be between Team B and Team C. Team captains will be in touch about whether you will be participating in Wednesday's game or not, but spectators are more than welcome. All playing equipment will be provided but feel free to bring your own.
LSE Trials (rest of the AU): we will be holding trials for those individuals who are not able to commit to cricket in the first term because they are involved in another sport. It will give you a chance to stake your claim for a place in the outdoor team next term. This will be held on Sunday 17 November 1-3pm at the Lords MCC Indoor Academy. If you have whites then wear them but if not you can wear a white t-shirt or something close. We have playing equipment for everyone too.
SOCIAL MEMBERS: a few people have expressed an interest in becoming a social members without playing. If you want to come along to our social events including ZOO Bar throughout the year, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact details: AU.CLUB.CRICKET@lse.ac.uk