The FA MARS Just Play programme is a partnership between MARS, the UK’s best selling chocolate bar, and The FA that aims to arrest the decline in adult football. The partnership is aiming to get 150,000 new participants playing the game for at least 30 minutes a week by September 2013, and deliver a total of 3.9m hours of extra football played each year throughout England.
BUCS is sad to learn of the passing of Graham Nash one of England’s most respected former international hockey umpires.
The Great Britain men’s football training and selection camp was held at the University of Warwick this weekend. Selected players will attend a pre-Games training week at Swedish club, Östersund FK before competing for Team GBR at the 2011 World University Games in Shenzhen, China.
BUCS Netball is pleased to announce that on Saturday 28 May, FISU, the International Universities Sport Federation awarded South Africa the first ever World University Netball Championships which will be held in Cape Town on 26 June – 8 July 2012. At this early stage we cannot confirm that a...
We are pleased to annouce the Long-list for the Great Britain Women's Basketball Team competing at the World University Games in Shenzhen, China.
Mairi Buchan (Old Dominion University)
Tamzin Barroilhet (Kent State University)
Dominique Allen (Oral Roberts University)
Georgia Jones (Oral Roberts University)
Chantelle Handy (Marshall University)
Yemi Oyefuwa (University of Maryland, College Park)
Rebecca Allison (Old Dominion University)
Renee Johnson-Allen (Drexel University)
Hannah Shaw (University of Miami)
Ella Clark (California State University, Long Beach)
Lauren Thomas-Johnson (Marquette University)
Mary Durojaye (Robert Morris University)
Rose Anderson (University Cenral Oklahoma)
To view Team GBR click here