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Your sporting community can be just as important as your academic one and that's why we have a wide variety of sports clubs for you to join. It’s a great way to make friends, clear your head, and have fun! Our clubs give you the chance to compete at several different levels, plus there are plenty of benefits to joining up!
20+ sport clubs are organised through Staffordshire University Sport - covering everything from American Football to Ultimate Frisbee, many of them also compete in regular BUCS competitions and local leagues.
If you're interested in joining one of the teams, you can find out more about when and where they compete and train on each of their webpages:
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To join any of our sports clubs, you must pay a membership fee. We currently offer different membership types, with varying costs.
BUCS is the governing body for university sport and is the stage upon which our teams can showcase their talent and competitive edge, competing against universities across the country. To compete as part of a sports club, you must be registered with BUCS Play. Registration can be completed on the BUCS Play website.
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