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  • All Eyes on BUCS Sportsmen and Women 25/07/14

    With a vast number of university students and graduates competing in the Commonwealth Games over the next 10 days, we turn our focus to the outstanding individuals who have been awarded with the BUCS Sportsman or Sportswoman of the Year title since the last Games in Dehli, and see how far they have come since taking part in our competition to competing on the world stage.

  • FA Futsal Participation Research 2014 23/07/14

    The FA is currently conducting a national futsal survey to help gain greater insight into participation trends etc. We would really appreciate it if you could spend a moment to complete the survey to help us to gain an accurate insight into what is happening out there.

  • BUCS American Football league structure for 2014-15 23/07/14

    BUCS are proud to announce the new league structure for American Football for 2014-15

  • University Volleyball Clubs voting at Volleyball England AGM 22/07/14

    All universities in England who have a volleyball club competing in BUCS are able to attend and vote at Volleyball England’s AGM taking place at 12.30pm on Saturday 26th July at the SportPark, Loughborough University. 

  • BUCS fixtures released for 2014-15 season 22/07/14

    BUCS league and knockout fixtures for the 2014-15 season are now live and can be viewed in BUCScore. Below you can find all the information you need relating to the release of fixtures for the upcoming BUCS season, including the final leagues document and the final league dates document which can be used as a guide to plan the year ahead.

  • England Netball providing training opportunity for student volunteers in netball 16/07/14

    For the second year running England Netball are hosting a two day training event for student volunteers looking to to develop their skill sets in developing netball opportunities at their university. 

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