TeamUCL Events & Campaigns

Clubs & Societies
Combatting Sexual Harassment in Sport
Panel DiscussionCome to our Panel discussion to hear from Club representatives and professional speaker Ana Flores Reis about combatting sexual harassment in the sport industry.Ana Flores Reis is a Sexual Assault and Harassment Advisor at Queen Mary University of London and works as Trainee Counsellor for SurvivorsUK.
TeamUCL Wheelchair Basketball Open Practice
Come along and try wheelchair basketball!A free ticket (booked via this event) is required to attend. The session will be run by an experienced coach and caters for all levels. Sports chairs are provided for use on the day.Accessibility:The nearest step free tube station is Kings Cross Saint Pancras, 10 minutes from Somers Town Community Sports Centre.
Team UCL Sports Night - Phineas
Sports Night in Phineas is a magical night where TeamUCL sports teams gather in their different corners to celebrate and commiserate the wins and losses of the day! Our Sports Nights are happening every Wednesday in Phineas and are FREE to attend for all UCL Students, staff and guests.

Throughout the year TeamUCL run large scale events and campaigns that are often the highlight of many students' years. The events and campaigns we run are designed to celebrate the amazing things students do, raise awareness for important issues, fundraise for important causes and use sport as a tool for enjoyment and success! Find out more below.

London Varsity Series

Without a doubt, the first day of the London Varsity Series is the TeamUCL equivalent of Christmas Day! It's the event that showcases our sports teams' prowess over local rivals King's College London as we take them on at a number of sports over the course of a week. The victor is crowned after the final event of the series and a trophy is awarded to the institution that has won the greatest number of fixtures. Last year we triumphed in one of the closest series ever due to a 4-2 win from our Men’s football team in the last game of the series.

Mandy Walker Games

The Mandy Walker Games was created in honour of a former UCL hockey player and sports officer. It is coined as an Annual Alumni Sports Day where former members of UCL are invited back to London to compete in friendly matches against current TeamUCL clubs. Sport takes place across London and throughout the day before a social takes place after the Games. It’s a fantastic opportunity to catch up with old friends and reinforce the community atmosphere our sports clubs create.

Pride in Sport Games

The Pride in Sport Games is a week’s worth of fixtures that coincides with Pride Week. Unfortunately the event has been hampered by the COVID-19 pandemic, but the vision is for clubs to compete against London based LGBTQ+ clubs in friendly fixtures over the course of the week. The Games hopes to be able to increase access and create partnerships between TeamUCL and the LGBTQ+ sporting community.

Black History Month

Black History Month takes place throughout October and provides an opportunity to recognise Black histories, celebrate Black success and increase opportunity. Using sport TeamUCL aim to break down barriers to sport and physical activity through sports club sessions and a Black History Month Sports Day, and educate others through a Black History Month Panel Event and an Equality, Diversity & Inclusion information session.

This Girl Can

This Girl Can (funded by The National Lottery) is a national campaign celebrating women being active no matter how they do it! The campaign believes that there’s no “right” way to get active. However you jiggle, kick, lift, stretch, or sprint, it’s time to get moving how you please.

Students' Union UCL celebrate the This Girl Can campaign by celebrating women in sport and encouraging all students to try something new or get back into a physical activity through a week of beginner friendly activities. We collaborate with many of our Sports Clubs to offer free taster sessions and run classes run by external instructors at a very low cost.

Sports Awards & Ball

On Wednesday 1st June 2022, we commemorated everything TeamUCL clubs and students achieved this year. The evening consisted of a formal awards ceremony in Bloomsbury Theatre followed by a ball and dinner - food and decorations were in abundance! You can find the rolls of honour and all those shortlisted for this year's awards here.

TeamUCL Against Hate

Led by our Sports Officers for 2021-22, Saiff Hamid and James Maidment, this policy is the product of research into the current policies of UCL, Student’s
Union UCL and TeamUCL to promote Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in UCL Sport.

By reforming the policies that aim to protect students, as well as those that set out club,
society and individual duties and sanctions, we hope to initiate a cultural change within
sports and societies at UCL. Students will be better protected, clubs and societies more
appropriately regulated, and the Union better placed to deal with any potential issues
involving bullying, harassment or discrimination.

TeamUCL Newsletter Article Submission

Get involved with our fortnightly newsletter publication and submit an article. We aim to share the success of all TeamUCL Sports Clubs so we'd love to hear from you!