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Club Sport

CLUB SPORT


If you’re looking to play competitively representing King’s as an existing student or for a London community club as an alumna or staff member, you will find a number of clubs that you can join and more information right here.

WHY TAKE PART IN CLUB SPORT?

Each Community Club is recognized by King's Sport as a club which is associated with the College through its members, the majority of whom are alumni, present of former staff, or current students.

Every Community Club is encouraged to use King’s sports facilities wherever possible and is entitled to discounted facility use.   Furthermore it is a King’s Sport aim to provide for all members of the college community and we are always willing to help with any request: Do you take part in any sport with colleagues or alumni? Would you like to see more participants or help start a new King's Sport Community Club? King's Sport would like to hear from you! Contact us - here.

It is hoped that a Community Club will be established for each sport in which King’s competes and where there exists sufficient support. In sports where there is a medical student team, it is hoped a medical community team will be established and supported.

 

STUDENT CLUBS


 

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Students at King's benefit from being able to join any one of over 50 official student sports clubs. With such a large number, our sports teams play a large role both within the student community and more broadly in university life. 

Most of the sports clubs will compete nationally or regionally, either as part of the British Universities and Colleges Sports' (BUCS) league or the London Universities Sports Leagues (LUSL).

 

Clubs

You can view our student club profiles and also join a club via the Student Union website - here.

Running or creating your club

King's Sport aims to cater for all our students but if you can't find a sport you like, we're happy to help you set up a new club.

Please refer to the Student Union webpages on setting up a new club - here.

Regarding the running of existing clubs, please take a look at the extensive advice and guidelines given by the Student Union - here.

For any further enquiries please feel free to contact us.

Non-competitive sport

If you want to participate in a sport, but prefer not to do so competitively, the BeActive Programme offers all students - from newcomers to enthusiasts multiple sports and multiple sessions weekly.

Funded by generous funding from Sport England's University Activation Fund, BeActive sessions and sports are all run by fellow King's students with the support of professional coaches, instructors and national sporting bodies.

To find out more about BeActive, click - here.

There are also, plenty of external sports opportunities available to students in London. Get Active London provides a useful starting point for finding sports activities within the capital.

 

 

ALUMNI AND COMMUNITY CLUBS


 

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As part of the King's Sport ambition to encourage and promote health and fitness across the College community, we are working in partnership with both staff and with the University Alumni & Supporter Relations Department and the KCLA in order to develop sporting opportunities across the wider College community.

On this page you will find your hub for alumni and staff sport. At present there are several King's Sport Community Clubs which cater for members of staff and alumni looking to take part in organised sport. 

 

Click here to find out How to become an official Community Sports Club of King's College London.

 

Criteria, Aims and Ambitions

Each Community Club is recognized by King's Sport as a club which is associated with the College through its members, the majority of whom are alumni, present of former staff, or current students.

Every Community Club is encouraged to use King’s sports facilities wherever possible and is entitled to discounted facility use.   Furthermore it is a King’s Sport aim to provide for all members of the college community and we are always willing to help with any request: Do you take part in any sport with colleagues or alumni? Would you like to see more participants or help start a new King's Sport Community Club? King's Sport would like to hear from you! Contact us - here.

It is hoped that a Community Club will be established for each sport in which King’s competes and where there exists sufficient support. In sports where there is a medical student team, it is hoped a medical community team will be established and supported.

 

King's Sport Community Clubs listed by sport:

Cricket

KCLA Cricket - Staff, Postgraduates and Alumni

Ground: LSE Sportsground (next to KCL New Malden Sportsground)

Contact: Michael Gabbay

Kingstonian Cricket Club - Alumni and Students

Ground: New Malden

Based at the New Malden (Berrylands) Sports ground, KCC is always actively looking for new players to join its rapidly growing community. We currently fields 4 league teams on Saturday with the 1st XI, 2nd XI and 3rd XI playing in the Surrey Championship and the 4th XI in the Fullers Surrey County League. The club also fields a friendly Saturday 5th XI and Sunday friendly team.

Whatever your experience, age or ability, everyone is welcome to play! This is a very sociable club with a bar for post match drinks and regular BBQs during the course of the summer.

Contact - For more information please contact club members directly, or message us online:

Neel - 07949758460

Vivek- 07778863790

Facebook - Kingstonian Cricket Club
Twitter - @KingstonianCC

Football

GKT - Women

Ground: HOP

Contact: Jess Searle

King's Old Boys - Men

Ground: New Malden 

Contact: Dominic Chandler

Old Strand Academicals - Men

Ground: New Malden

Contact: Daniel Asserati

Website:osafc.weebly.com

Golf

King's College London Golf Society - Staff 

Do you play golf? Why not try a few rounds with colleagues from King's. 

All golfers are welcome to attend any of this summer's meetings. An especially warm welcome is reserved for those who have not been before. All you need is access to some clubs and shoes, and a minimum of experience of golfing rules and etiquette. No formal handicap is needed.

There are usually 5-6 meetings a year, and we have just released our schedule for this year. If past experience is anything to go by, they will all be very convivial occasions. 

Membership of the society is currently free, and members may bring along guests to any of the planned events. We welcome all handicaps and would love for you to join us to see for yourself how friendly and enjoyable the Society is.  

2015's planned meetings are: 

  • Farleigh Golf Club, AGM and first meeting, 22nd May 2015
  • Theydon Bois, June 29
  •  Elthan Warren, July 20 
  • Foxhills Golf & Country Club, August 10
  • Tudor Park Marriott, Mini-Tour, September 13-14
If you would like to join, or require any further information, please contact the Society’s Captain below or please take a look at the 2015 Newsletter which is available here

Contact: Jeff Marshall - captain 2015
Hockey

King's & Alleyn's Hockey Club - Men and Women

Ground: HOP

Contact: Charlie Parnell

Website: www.kingsalleynshc.co.uk

Karate

King's College London KDS - Men and Women

Ground: London South Bank University sports centre

Contact:  Victoria Simms

Website: www.karatedoshotokai.com/clubs/kings

Twitter: @KCL_KDS

Lacrosse

KCLA Lacrosse

Ground: New Malden

Contact: Amar Annushka

Netball

KCLA Netball - All

Ground: Ferndale Sport Community Centre (Brixton )

Contact: Vanessa Yu

Website: www.facebook.com/kclanetball

Rugby

GHRFC - Men

Ground: HOP

Contact: Zachary Taylor

Website: www.pitchero.com/clubs/guyshospitalrfc

GKTRFC - Women

Ground: HOP

Contact: Nana Bosompra

KCLRFC - Men

Ground:New Malden

Contact: Alexander Siddell

KCLRFC - Women

Ground:New Malden

Contact: Kirsten Johnson

 

Social Sport

In addition College staff can also sign up to after-work and weekend sports leagues and fitness classes with gomammoth.co.uk and benefit from a discount of 10% when using a College email to register. 

King's Sport also hosts its very own recreational sports sessions for students and staff through its BeActive programme that can be found here.

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