British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS)
Show your support for the Blue & Gold!
Around 1,500 students represent the University of Bath in British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) competitions each year and the University holds a strong record of finishing high up in the overall BUCS rankings.
Home matches are played on Wednesday afternoons at venues across the University campus including the Sports Training Village, the St John’s and SITEC pitches, and the Founders’ Hall.
An annual Varsity fixture is also staged against Cardiff Met, with an action-packed day featuring matches across a whole range of sports. 2022 saw the University of Bath win for a fifth successive occasion, with thousands of spectators enjoying a fantastic afternoon of student sport on campus. Click here to find out more.
The Blues Awards ceremony is an annual celebration of student sport at the University of Bath.
Footballer Charlotte Greenlees was voted by her fellow student-athletes as the University of Bath Sports Personality of the Year in the 2022 Blues Awards. The award recognises the Social Sciences student’s commitment to the University’s football and futsal clubs during the past four years, both on the pitch with the women’s 1st XI – a team she captained during her second year – and off it as social secretary and then, this season, club chair. Click here to read more.
Previous winners have included Team Bath and England Netball player Sophie Drakeford-Lewis, future Olympic Champion Anna Hopkin and fellow swimmer Michael Jamieson.
Get involved in students sport
For the latest information about how to join a student sports club at the University of Bath, see the Student Sport website.
Students’ Union Sport Officer for the 2021-22 academic year is Elizabeth Stacey. She looks after all of the sports clubs and their committees including training, club development and finances. She also oversees the SU’s recreational and social sport activities, events such as Snowball and Varsity, coaching qualifications for committees and volunteer recognition.