Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness

Two female students playing soccer

Sydney Uni Sports and Fitness (SUSF) is proud to be one of Australia’s oldest and most renowned sporting clubs. Joining up with SUSF means you’ll take away more than your degree – you’ll get to enjoy a healthy, active, and social uni experience.

As a member you will have access to 47 sport and recreation clubs, take part in regular sporting competitions, have access to fitness programs and top-level sporting facilities, as well as be invited to SUSF social events where you can make new friends out of your teammates.

With 300 Australian sporting representatives coming out of the University of Sydney, including 140 Olympians and 111 Australian Rugby Union Representatives (92 of whom are Wallabies), SUSF is the country’s premier tertiary sporting body.

Why not make it part of your experience at Sydney?

Club of the month: Sydney University Australian National Football Club

Recognised as one of the oldest and largest Australian Football Clubs in NSW, Sydney University Australian National Football Club (SUANFC) has a strong connection to the University of Sydney and Sydney University Sport and Fitness (SUSF).

Open to both University and Community members, SUANFC provides many social benefits including the promotion of healthy lifestyles, active participation, respect and responsibility, volunteerism and leadership through a culture of community – all within a safe and inclusive environment.

Currently we have 230 players and members, 100 associated volunteers and parents and many more supporters and former players.

This year alone has marked another significant development in our club’s history. Of our six senior sides, our first grade side completed their inaugural season in the North East Australian Football League (NEAFL) – a multi state competition involving the reserve grade sides from AFL Clubs: Sydney Swans, Greater Western Sydney Giants, Brisbane Lions and Gold Coast Suns.

This move has positioned our club and our elite level footballers in a much stronger competition, as the NEAFL competition has over 800 players across all clubs and reaches an estimated audience in excess of 110,000.

Even with this move, SUANFC will remain a not-for-profit sporting organisation with an amateur ethos, operating professionally. We are active in promoting the culture of fun, fitness and friendship throughout the community and will continue to serve those with a general interest in Australian Football, including those new to the sport.

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Sydney University Fencing Club

As the oldest university fencing club in Australia, Sydney University Fencing Club has grown to be one of the states most successful and the largest in NSW. Come and join us! Visit the Sydney University Fencing Club website for more information, or better yet, drop in during any club training session to see for yourself!

Sydney Uni Sailing Club

Whether you want to race against the best or just sail for fun, you are away from home without a boat or just want to go away with us, Sydney Uni Sailing Club is your one stop for a great uni experience! Find us at O-week or at our Facebook page