With over 20 sporting clubs on campus there is bound to be a club for you.
Club sport is the perfect way to stay fit, to make new friends, improve your skills and have fun.
If you can’t find your sport club of interest on the list, why not start your own.
Starting a club isn’t as scary as it sounds. For all the information to get you club up and running
UNE OAC — Go Wild for a While!
Join to go climbing, hiking, caving, and camping in the New England.
UNE SCUBA exists to support both those wanting to become SCUBA divers and those already qualified in the Armidale area by helping to organise courses and trips; by providing SCUBA gear for hire; and being a hub for local Divers to meet.
UNE Outlaws Baseball Club – a Winter based club offering a great club atmosphere to male/ female players aged 14 and over.
Duval Netball is open to all wanting to play Saturday or Mixed Netball for the College!
The Duval Kayaking Club conducts several training and preparation trips to ready participants for what it is like on the Hawkesbury Canoe Classic. Go with them on a typical training day.
Robb College Netball Association plays in the UNE Netball Competition. Robb has teams in all grades from A to C grade.
The Rugby Club for Robb College Students
Women in Sport at Robb College is comprised of the netball and hockey clubs. This is a very important aspect of college with all members being involved in women’s sport weekly.
The St Albert’s College Netball Club participates in the SportUNE netball competition across all grades from A to C
St Alberts College Rugby Union Football Club was established in 1969 and is a sporting club associated with St Alberts College, UNE, Armidale
UNE badminton club provides opportunities for everyone who has an interest and also would like to try a game of badminton
UNE Basketball Club provides competitive and fun competition in Men’s, Women’s and Mixed Divisions.
UNE Cheer & Dance is UNE’s first-ever competitive cheer and dance club coming to UNE in 2023. Open to students of all skills and athletic backgrounds, cheer and dance is the perfect opportunity for students to learn a brand-new skill, make lifelong friendships and experience the magic of competing in state and national level competitions throughout the year.
UNE City Cricket Club competes in the Armidale District Cricket Association.
Games are played on Saturday afternoons from October through to March.
Training during the season will be Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at Bellevue Cricket Nets (UNE) from 4pm – 6pm
UNE Futsal Club is a great opportunity for everyone to get active and to meet new people. There will be social competitions for UNE Students and the wider community during the Trimesters.
UNE Hockey Club provides social teams entered in the local Hockey New England competition.
The New England Nomads UNE Australian Football Club is based in Armidale. The club plays its home matches at the University of New England’s Bellevue Oval, however the club represents the whole of the Armidale area with members from the city and outlying districts as well as from the university community.
UNE Touch will be administering a competition at SportUNE
Join in the fun of one of the most popular sports at UNE! The UNE Volleyball Club holds regular Monday night indoor competitions in Trimester 1 (March to May) and Trimester 2 (July to September) at the SportUNE halls.
UNE Water Polo provides a fun and competitive competition that runs at the SportUNE pool.