Sports Clubs

Students can join a wide range of sports club and get involved in activities delivered by community groups.

Opportunity to develop the following Common Good Attributes
Active and global citizenship
Confidence
Entrepreneurial mind-set
Responsible leadership
What’s involved?
GCU students can join a range of sports clubs which are co-ordinated by the Students’ Association. This involves attending meetings, training sessions and playing matches against other universities. They also have the opportunity to move into committee positions.
How will participating in this activity/opportunity allow students to make a positive difference to the communities that we serve?
Sports clubs are generally quite internal activities but we also have links with local community sports clubs. Student members can contribute to the sports activities delivered by these community groups.
What are the benefits of taking part in this activity/opportunity for participating students?
Getting involved in sports clubs is a great way to make new friends, have some fun, be active and feel good. There are around 35 different clubs, all organised by GCU student volunteers and most hold weekly activities and participate in competitions throughout the year. Participating students interact and network with sports team members from other universities, they develop team working skills, boost their physical and mental wellbeing by participating in exercise, and have the opportunity to attend events like the Glasgow Taxis Cup and the Sports Ball.
Success stories
There are around 900 GCU student members of sports clubs, so it’s a huge community to get involved in. All the sports Clubs are collectively known as the GCU Wolves, watch out for the Wolf Mascot on campus.
Which School or department delivers/ supports this activity?
Students’ Association
Which students can participate in this activity?
All students
Contact
Role: Sports Club Staff Member
Department/School: Students’ Association
Telephone: 0141 331 3886