British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) is among a group of over 120 organisations working in partnership with Sport England to level up access to sport and physical activity across the country.
BUCS is delighted to announce a partnership with Catapult, the global performance technology leader in elite sports.
After an incredible season of BUCS Super Rugby and the Women’s National League, the celebrations have continued flowing in the form of our end of season awards.
As the National University Sports Association (NUSA) for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, BUCS are delighted to confirm that our largest ever delegation of representatives will be sent to the European Universities Games 2022.
Following a comprehensive selection process, we are pleased to announce that Russell James will join our Board of Directors and Trustees as a Non-Executive Commercial Director.
BUCS is delighted to announce a new partnership with global telecommunications company BT, which will see them headline one of BUCS’ largest student events and provide global career opportunities to talented student athletes.
In solidarity with Ukraine, and following announcements by the International Olympic Committee, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and FISU: International University Sports Federation, we confirm our full support of stripping Russia and Belarus of hosting any international sport.
Technogym, in partnership with BUCS, are proud to present a thought-leadership whitepaper conducted by 10 industry leaders highlighting the challenges faced, solutions identified and goals created during COVID-19 which led to a strong recovery.
The FISU World University Cross Country Championships 2022 will be hosted in Aveiro, Portugal on Saturday 12 March 2022 - the first international event of the BUCS calendar.