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Clubs, sports and activities

Here at Team Hallam we have something for everyone. From competitive or performance sport to give it a go’s and social sport sessions there are sports clubs to suit all interests and abilities. Whether your motivation is to make friends, keep fit, try something new or continue to develop your sporting skills, there is a lot for you to get involved with while studying at Sheffield Hallam University.

Find out more: Follow Team Hallam on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for updates and highlights from our clubs. Visit teamhallam.org for information about club sports and how you can get involved. Or click on each club below to see their social media platforms and check out what’s going on right now.

Play socially: Wanting to give a new sport a try or play for fun with friends? Social sport allows you to play in a relaxed environment in over 17 different sports. 

Further Sporting Opportunities: Looking for a career in sport? Whether you're wanting to develop yourself through gaining coaching qualifications or wanting work experience in sport development or events, we have plenty of opportunities available to you via our Coach Academy Programme.

If you have any enquiries about a sport please email us at sport@shu.ac.uk and we will put you in touch with the correct contacts.

Team Hallam Clubs

American football (men's)American football (women's)AthleticsBadmintonBasketball (Men's)Basketball (Women's)BoxingCanoeClimbingCyclingCricketDodgeballEquestrianFootball (men's)Football (women's)FutsalGolfHockey (men's)Hockey (women's)Ice HockeyKorfballLacrosse (men's)Lacrosse (women's)NetballRowingRugby LeagueRugby Union (men's)Rugby Union (women's)Sailing & WindsurfingSnowsportsSquashSwimmingTable TennisTennisTrampoliningTriathlonUltimate FrisbeeVolleyballWaterpolo


American football (men's)

What's on offer?

The Hallam Warriors Men's American Football Club is a growing club at Hallam, with one squad that is open to all abilities, from complete rookies to experienced players. The team compete in BUCS leagues against other university teams across the region, with all players getting the opportunity for game time throughout the season. They train at Sheffield Hallam University Sports Park on Bawtry Road on weekday evenings, with home matches usually taking place there on a Sunday. The club also hold weekly classroom training sessions, to introduce new players to tactics and to rules of the game, and to watch matches. Some equipment is available for beginners to borrow throughout the season. 

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Head over to the Men’s American Football Team webpage here

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American football (women's)

What's on offer?

The Hallam Warriors Women's American Football Club is open to all abilities, and provides excellent opportunities for beginners to try out Flag American Football. The club compete in the Opal Series, which is the National Championship competition for women's flag football teams, organised by the British American Football Association. The club train weekly and regularly provide opportunities for all players to compete and develop in the sport. Furthermore, the girls help beginners learn the rules and tactics of the sport in a friendly and welcoming environment.

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Head over to the Women’s American Football Team webpage here

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Athletics

What's on offer?

The Athletics Club train and compete in multiple disciplines, including sprinting, middle and long distance events, field events and cross-country running. The club is open to all abilities, from people who just want to keep fit and have fun, to performance athletes competing at international level.

The club have a partnership with City of Sheffield Athletics Club which brings in a range of experienced coaching staff. Training times and venues vary depending on your discipline, but the main venues are the EIS Sheffield Indoor Track, and the outdoor Sheffield Hallam University City Athletics Stadium.

There are a variety of competitions throughout the year, from BUCS national indoor and outdoor, as well as cross country events. The University club also host The Steel Cup in Sheffield, their own annual inter-university indoor athletics competition. Individuals can also enter other competitions throughout the season as part of their club or Sheffield City Athletics Club.

Social Sessions

For complete beginners wanting to get into athletics, there are social run groups such as Couch to 5k. Contact socialsport@shu.ac.uk for more information.

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Head over to the Athletics Clubs webpage here

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Badminton

What's on offer?

The Badminton Club is a mixed club that caters for all abilities. With three men's teams and one women's team there are plenty of opportunities to represent the university in BUCS leagues and tournaments. There is a partnership with Abbeydale Badminton Club which supports the performance side of the programme with committee players also have opportunity to play in local leagues. There are regular social sport sessions and internal leagues which are run for less competitive and developing players but are overseen by the club to ensure you feel a part of the Badminton Community at Hallam.

Weekly training team sessions are run at the EIS facility, and matches are typically on a Wednesday afternoon. 

Social Sport

Five sessions a week for mixed ability of players. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Badminton Clubs webpage here

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Basketball (Men's)

What's on offer?

The Men's Basketball Club has three teams regularly competing in BUCS leagues with a further two teams competing in the Sheffield Local League. The level of play is competitive with weekly training sessions being held at EIS and matches typically played on a Wednesday afternoon. The club has a great relationship with the Sheffield Sharks and provides an opportunity for High Performing Athletes to play at a high level. We also run regular social sport sessions for less competitive and developing players to ensure anyone who wants to take part in Basketball can.

Social sport

Three sessions a week for mixed ability of players. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Basketball Men’s webpage here

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Basketball (Women's)

What's on offer?

The Women's Basketball Club has one team playing at a competitive level in BUCS. The club is open to all abilities with both a competitive and a development offer available for those interested in playing Basketball. Whether you have played previously or are wanting to keep fit or give it a try there is something for you. Weekly training sessions are run at EIS and matches are typically on a Wednesday afternoon. The club runs in partnership with Sheffield Hatters Women's Basketball Club, giving players access to high quality coaching and facilities. Committed players have the opportunity to play for Sheffield Hatters WBBL squad and local league team.

Social sport

One session per week for players of mixed ability. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Basketball Women’s webpage here

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Boxing

What's on offer?

The Boxing Club is a mixed club for both men and women to box competitively or recreationally. Regular box fit social sport sessions are run for people new to the sport. Training sessions for competitive boxers are at Sharrow Old School on evenings and weekends. The club has a partnership with Sheffield City ABC boxing gym, which is run by head coach Brendan Warburton. The club enter several competitions and events throughout the year, including BUCS championships, Varsity competition and England Boxing series, with people being selected for individual competitions based on their abilities. We are an inclusive and easily accessible club who take on any and every student.

Training venue

Sheffield City ABC
Sharrow Old School
South View Road
Sheffield
S7 1DB

Social sport

One session a week for mixed ability of players. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Boxing Club’s webpage here

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Canoe

What's on offer?

The Canoe Club is open to all abilities and runs a wide range of activities throughout the year, from indoor canoe polo training to white water trips in the UK and abroad. The club regularly train indoors at Hillsborough Leisure Centre and run numerous trips on rivers, lakes and white water courses across the UK throughout the year, including an annual trip to Slovenia. The club also compete in BUCS and other inter-university competitions in Canoe Polo, White Water Races and Slalom competitions. Equipment is available to borrow for beginners. The club is open to everyone and is not dependent on previous experience.

Opportunities are available through the club for students to gain qualifications such as river leading, white water safety, first aid and coaching badges.

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Head over to the Canoe Club’s webpage here

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Climbing

What's on offer?

The Climbing Club is open to all abilities, from complete beginners to elite level climbers. The club run indoor and outdoor activities and trips in a range of disciplines, including bouldering, top roping and lead/sport climbing which is open to all members. Sheffield is one of the best climbing cities in the UK, with access to world class climbing facilities and brilliantly placed for climbing in the Peak District. The club hold weekly indoor sessions at The Climbing Works and The Foundry climbing centre throughout winter. They also run regular trips out to surrounding crags and abroad including a sport climbing trip to Spain and a bouldering trip to Fontaine Bleu in France.

The club has a Performance Squad of climbers who receive coaching and conditioning at The Climbing Works, and compete in inter-university BUCS competitions as well as other national and international events

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Head over to the Climbing Club’s webpage here

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Cycling

What's on offer?

The Cycling Club is open to range of abilities and covers several disciplines. The club mainly focuses on organising rides and events for Road (RD), Cross Country (XC) and Downhill (DH) cycling, but there are riders in the club involved in other styles of cycling, such as BMX and Cyclocross. Sheffield is one of the best cities in the UK to get out cycling, with the Peak District nearby for mountain bike trails and routes from the 2014 Tour De France Yorkshire Grand Depart.

The club run regular road and mountain bike rides throughout the year for all abilities, on Wednesday afternoons and at weekends. The club also run various trips throughout the year, including a mountain biking trip to Wales, Velodrome track days and lift days for downhill bikers. More competitive cyclists can enter BUCS events, and other national and local competitions through the club.

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Head over to the Cycling Club’s webpage here

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Cricket

What's on offer?

The Cricket Club is a mixed club, with four Men's teams and one Women's team. All teams compete in various local indoor 6-a-side leagues throughout the winter, and also in national level BUCS competitions. During the summer season both the Men's and Women's squads enter the BUCS Outdoors leagues which typically run from May to June. Weekly training sessions are run on weekday evenings at Sheffield Hallam Sports Park on Bawtry Road. The club has partnerships with local teams that see a number of our players play in the Sheffield Leagues should you want to further develop yourself while at University.

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Head over to the Cricket Club’s webpage here

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Dodgeball

What's on offer?

The Dodgeball Club is a friendly recreational club open to all abilities. No previous experience of playing dodgeball is needed and beginners are always welcome throughout the year. The club train on Wednesday afternoons in the Surrey Building sports hall at City Campus. The club is open to non-members and social players throughout the year if you don't have a membership you can simply pay subs per session. Teams are selected at the weekly training sessions for tournaments and British Dodgeball leagues and events, there are often opportunities for a range of abilities to compete. 

Social sport

One session a week for anyone to come and try dodgeball at City Campus. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Dodgeball Club’s webpage here

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Equestrian

What's on offer?

The Equestrian Club offers a variety of riding disciplines for all abilities, and enters a competitive team into the BUCS Dressage and Showjumping events series. Regular training and lessons are held at a local riding school, not far from Sheffield's City Centre. Lessons are available for complete beginners and more advanced riders and the club also run hacks in the Peak District. This year saw the return of regular polo lessons throughout the year and we are looking to host an annual polo tournament. The club is both competitive and recreational and offers a range of social events.

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Football (men's)

What's on offer?

The Men's Football Club is a hugely popular club at Sheffield Hallam, with four teams competing in BUCS leagues. The club runs in partnership with Sheffield FC, the oldest football club in the world, giving players access to high quality coaching and facilities, and opportunities to play semi-professionally. Weekly training sessions are run at Sheffield Hallam Sports Park on Bawtry Road on Monday evenings, and matches are typically on a Wednesday afternoon. There are further opportunities for players to develop while at University with Sheffield FC and other local football clubs.

For developing players and people who want to play recreationally, there are opportunities to enter weekly 11-a-side and 6-a-side Intramural Leagues, which are run on weekday evenings at Collegiate Campus astro-turf and Wednesday afternoons at Sports Park on Bawtry Road. There are opportunities to form your own teams by gathering a few friends, neighbours, colleagues or course mates together and submit a league application form at Hallam Active reception. Regular social sport sessions are also run both indoors and outdoors for people who just want a kick-about. Whether you make a BUCS team or not, there is a place for you play Football whilst at University and join the Football Community.

Social sport

Multiple sessions a week for mixed ability of players, at City Campus and Collegiate Campus. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Men’s Football Club’s webpage here

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Football (women's)

What's on offer?

Sheffield Hallam University is a FA Women’s High-Performance Hub and we have three teams competing in BUCS leagues. The club has great partnerships with both Doncaster Belles and Sheffield FC, giving players access to high quality coaching and playing opportunities along with other local club links. Weekly training sessions are run at Sheffield Hallam Sports Park on Bawtry Road on Monday evenings, and matches are typically on a Wednesday afternoon.

There is a club Development Squad, for improving players and people who want to play recreationally with the ambition of making the BUCS teams in the future. Regular social sport sessions are also run indoors at Collegiate Campus for people who just want a kick-about. The club is easily accessible, and we welcome anyone who is interested in playing football.

Social sport

Multiple sessions a week for mixed ability of players, at City Campus and Collegiate Campus. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Women’s Football Club’s webpage here

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Futsal

What's on offer?

The Futsal Club is made up of three BUCS squads and a further two development teams which play in a local league. Futsal is a growing 5-a-side game played with a smaller ball to football, which reduces the bounce and focuses more on a player’s skill. The level of play is competitive and the teams train weekly at EIS or Collegiate Campus depending on your chosen squad, with matches typically being played on a Sunday or on a weekday evening.

Regular social sport sessions are also run weekly for developing players or people who just want to play casually however are still seen to be part of the wider club.

Social sport

One session a week for mixed ability of players. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Futsal Club’s webpage here

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Golf

What's on offer?

The Golf Club are a well-established club at Hallam who train regularly at Hillsborough Golf Club. The club have one mixed team who compete in weekly BUCS fixtures throughout the year. The club aims to put together an extensive playing schedule for players of all abilities to get involved with. As well as BUCS competitions, the club also organise their own events such as Varsity. The clubs welcome anyone interested in Golf and invites players to join them at Hillsborough Golf Club for regular driving range opportunities.

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Head over to the Golf Club’s webpage here

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Hockey (men's)

What's on offer?

The Men's Hockey Club is a large club at Sheffield Hallam, with three teams competing in BUCS leagues and additional opportunities for developing players through intramural leagues and development squad places. Weekly training sessions are run at Abbeydale Sports Club, with matches typically on a Wednesday afternoon. The club runs in partnership with Sheffield Hockey Club, giving players access to quality coaching and facilities, including the former Olympic hockey pitch housed at Abbeydale Sports Club. The partnership offers committed players the opportunity to play nationally. A second pitch is located at Sheffield Hallam Sports Park at Bawtry Road in partnership with Rotherham Hockey Club, where further opportunities are available.

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Head over to the Men’s Hockey Club webpage here

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Hockey (women's)

What's on offer?

The Women's Hockey Club is made up of four teams competing in BUCS leagues and additional opportunities for developing players through intramural leagues and development squad places. The club holds weekly training sessions at Abbeydale Sports Club with matches typically being played on a Wednesday afternoon. The club runs in partnership with Sheffield Hockey Club, giving players access to quality coaching and facilities, including the former Olympic hockey pitch housed at Abbeydale Sports Club. The partnership offers committed players the opportunity to play nationally. A second pitch is located at Sheffield Hallam Sports Park at Bawtry Road in partnership with Rotherham Hockey Club, where further opportunities are available.

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Head over to the Women’s Hockey Club webpage here

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Ice Hockey

What's on offer?

Sheffield Bears Ice Hockey Club runs across both Sheffield Hallam University and University of Sheffield, with students from both universities competing together in the British University Ice Hockey Association (BUIHA) leagues. The club have teams competing in Divisions 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the BUIHA leagues, catering for a wide range of abilities and making them one of the largest university ice hockey clubs in the country. Training is at Ice Sheffield, and is split based on ability so that sessions can be planned and delivered around player development. Trials are held within the first few weeks of term to sort players into teams, and places on the squad can be fairly competitive

During the annual inter-university Varsity tournament the club splits into separate teams from Hallam and University of Sheffield, who compete against each other in front of large crows from both universities.

Social sport

The club run a couple of 'Give it a Go' sessions each year in semester one, providing opportunity for new players to try out the sport.

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Head over to the Ice Hockey Club’s webpage here

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Korfball

What's on offer?

Korfball is a growing sport which is becoming increasingly popular at universities. It is a mixed sport, with men and women playing on the same court, and the setup of the game is a mix between basketball and netball.

The Korfball Club at Hallam is an open and friendly club, which is growing and developing year on year. The club have four teams competing in BUCS championships and student league, which are typically held in the form of weekend tournaments. They also have two teams that compete in the Central England Korfball League and the Yorkshire Korfball League, through regular weekend fixtures. A development squad also train to provide opportunities for developing players. Training and home matches are usually held at English Institute of Sport Sheffield (EIS).

Social sport

The Korfball Club are very welcoming to beginners, with most players never having tried the sport before university. Weekly social sport sessions are run by the club at Collegiate sports hall for people to drop in and play casually, or to try the sport for the first time. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Korfball Club’s webpage here

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Lacrosse (men's)

What's on offer?

The Men's Lacrosse Club have a 1st and 2nd Team who both compete regularly in BUCS leagues. Lacrosse is a fast pace, high skilled and physical sport which is growing rapidly in the UK. The club is open to both beginners and experienced players, focusing on nurturing and developing new talents. We welcome players of all abilities and aim to give everyone interested an opportunity.

Weekly training sessions are held at Sheffield Hallam Sports Park on Bawtry Road on weekday evenings, and home matches are played here on Wednesday afternoons. Some equipment will also be provided to those new to the game in order for them to try it out.

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Head over to the Men’s Lacrosse Club’s webpage here

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Lacrosse (women's)

What's on offer?

The Women's Lacrosse Club have two teams who compete regularly in BUCS leagues, and a development squad for developing players who play in friendly matches and tournaments throughout the year. Lacrosse is a fast pace, high skilled and physical sport. The club is open to all abilities, from complete beginners to experienced players. The development training sessions are for players who are new to the sport to help them learn skills and the rules of the game, and also lend out equipment to beginners. Training is on a weekday evening at Sheffield Hallam Sports Park on Bawtry Road on weekday evenings, and home matches are played here on Wednesday afternoons.

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Head over to the Women’s Lacrosse Club’s webpage here

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Netball

What's on offer?

The Netball Club is Team Hallam's biggest team sport club, with six teams playing in BUCS leagues and additional teams in local leagues providing opportunities for developing players. Weekly training sessions are run at EIS on weekday evenings, with additional strength and conditioning training at Collegiate Hallam Active gym. Matches are typically on a Wednesday afternoon. There are plenty of playing opportunities for students, such as joining the development squads or entering a team in the Sport Leagues with friends, neighbours, colleagues or course mates available on campus at Collegiate Sports Hall.

Social sport

Multiple sessions a week for mixed ability of players, at City Campus and Collegiate Campus. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Netball Club’s webpage here

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Rowing

What's on offer?

The Rowing Club is a popular and growing club, with opportunities for all abilities, from complete beginners to advanced rowers, and welcome both social and competitive members. The training programme is varied to cater for all individuals, and includes fitness, strength and conditioning and erg based training at Collegiate gym, as well as training out on the water at Dam Flask.

The club go on a number of residential trips throughout the year, to compete in BUCS events including the Regatta, BUCS 4's and BUCS 8's Head, as well as some residential training camps.`

Social sport

Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Rugby League

What's on offer?

The Rugby League Club is an open and welcoming club, suitable for all abilities, with one team competing regularly in the regional BUCS league. Rugby League is a fast-paced game with constant running, tackling and playing to speed to score as many points as possible. There are opportunities in the club for everyone, from experienced players, to Rugby Union converts, and people who have never touched a rugby ball. Weekly training sessions are run at Sheffield Hallam Sports Park on Bawtry Road on weekday evenings, and strength and conditioning training at Collegiate gym. Matches are typically on a Wednesday afternoon.

Social sport

Regular Touch Rugby sessions are run at Collegiate Campus for beginners and casual players, looking to improve their ball handling skills, keep fit and have fun. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Rugby League Club’s webpage here

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Rugby Union (men's)

What's on offer?

The Men's Rugby Union Club is a popular club at Hallam, with a 1st, 2nd and 3rd Team competing in BUCS leagues and an additional development squad who play fixtures too. The club benefit from a high standard of coaching, and also work with regional RFU staff to ensure all abilities can be catered for at Hallam. Weekly pitch training is run at Sheffield Hallam Sports Park on Bawtry Road on weekday evenings, and strength and conditioning training is run at Collegiate gym. Matches are typically on a Wednesday afternoon. There are links to Sheffield RFC and Rotherham Titans to giving players the opportunity to play nationally.

Social sport

Regular Touch Rugby sessions are run at Collegiate Campus for beginners and casual players, looking to improve their ball handling skills, keep fit and have fun. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Men’s Rugby Union Club’s webpage here

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Rugby Union (women's)

What's on offer?

The Women's Rugby Union Club is an open and welcoming club, suitable for all abilities, with one team competing regularly in the regional BUCS league. Women's rugby is a fast growing and unique sport, and the club is always looking for new players from all backgrounds, regardless of their level of skill and experience. The club committee work with regional RFU staff to ensure all abilities can be catered for at Hallam, even people who have never touched a rugby ball before. Weekly training sessions are run at Sheffield Hallam Sports Park on Bawtry Road on weekday evenings, and strength and conditioning training at Collegiate gym. Matches are typically on a Wednesday afternoon.

Social sport

Regular Touch Rugby sessions are run at Collegiate Campus for beginners and casual players, looking to improve their ball handling skills, keep fit and have fun. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Women’s Rugby Union Club’s webpage here

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Sailing & Windsurfing

What's on offer?

The Sailing & Windsurfing Club is open to all abilities and runs a range of activities throughout the year. The club train on weekends and sometimes weekdays at Winscar Reservoir in the heart of the Peak District, and share a club house with Pennine Sailing Club and the University of Sheffield. The club often go on residential trips to training weekends and racing events, including BUCS and BUSA competitions, at other universities throughout the year, and also host their own annual training weekend. All equipment needed is available to borrow for new members wanting to try out the sport for the first time.

Opportunities are available through the club for students to gain safety and sailing qualifications.

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Snowsports

What's on offer?

The SHUSnow Club is one of the biggest clubs at Hallam, and is open to everyone, from complete beginners to experienced skiers and snowboarders. The club run regular trips to Castleford Snowzone and Rossendale dryslope, where beginners can learn using hired equipment, and pros can improve their skills through tailored training. Training programmes are available for both race and freestyle winter sports. SHU Snow compete against other UK universities throughout the year in multiple events including KINGS, BUDS and BUISC competitions. There are also two residential trips abroad throughout the year, the Ashes to Alps Winter Varsity and the Easter Holiday.

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Squash

What's on offer?

Team regularly competing in BUCS leagues and tournaments. Some players also have the opportunity to play in local leagues. The club is run in partnership with the Hallamshire Squash Club, providing access to high quality coaching and facilities for Hallam students. Weekly training sessions are run at the Hallamshire Tennis & Squash Club on Ecclesall Road on weekday evenings and weekends. Matches are typically on a Wednesday afternoon. Regular social sport sessions are also run for less competitive and developing players or those who want to give it a go.

Social sport

Weekly sessions for mixed ability of players. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Squash Club’s webpage here

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Swimming

What's on offer?

The Swimming Club is a popular and successful club at Sheffield Hallam, with opportunities for a range of abilities and a varied training programme to cover all disciplines. The club is one of Team Hallam's 'Performance Sports' meaning it benefits from increased investment for high performance sport. The club is run in partnership with the City of Sheffield Swimming Club, ensuring access to world class facilities and high-quality coaching. The head coach of the elite programme partnered with City of Sheffield is Russ Barber an International level coach. The club compete in BUCS Long Course and Short Course swimming events, as well as attending regional galas. They also host their own annual Steel Cup gala event attended by other universities and take part in the NUDL league which is for those swimmers who aren’t quite at that performance level but still want to swim competitively.

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Table Tennis

What's on offer?

The Table Tennis Club is a mixed club with 1 Men's Team and 1 Women's Team regularly competing in BUCS leagues and tournaments. Some players also have opportunity to play in local leagues. Weekly training sessions are run at the EIS on weekday evenings. Matches are typically on a Wednesday afternoon. The Club is extremely accessible and welcomes anyone who either wants to play competitively or just wants to get involved. Regular social sport sessions are also run for less competitive and developing players.

Social sport

Weekly sessions for mixed ability of players. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Table Tennis Club’s webpage here

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Tennis

What's on offer?

The Tennis Club is a mixed club with 3 Men's Teams and 1 Women's Team regularly competing in BUCS leagues and tournaments. The club is run in partnership with the Hallamshire Tennis Club, providing access to high quality coaching and facilities for Sheffield Hallam students. Weekly training sessions are run at the Hallamshire Tennis & Squash Club on Ecclesall Road on weekdays and weekends. Matches are typically on a Wednesday afternoon. Committed players also have opportunity to play in local leagues through Hallamshire club links. Regular social sport sessions are also run for less competitive and developing players or those who just want to stay physically active.

Social sport

Weekly sessions for mixed ability of players. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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Head over to the Tennis Club’s webpage here

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Trampolining

What's on offer?

The Trampolining Club is open to all abilities and runs a range of activities throughout the year to cater for everyone, from complete beginners to those wanting to compete at a national level. The club train on weekday evenings at the Forge Valley Sports Centre near Malin Bridge. They enter numerous interuniversity competitions throughout the year, including the NEUT league and BUCS Championships, and often go on residential trips to events. The Trampolining Club also co-host their own Sheffield Open trampolining event with the University of Sheffield. This is an extremely accessible club who welcome anyone interested in attending a session.

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Triathlon

What's on offer?

The Triathlon Club is open to all abilities and runs a range of activities throughout the year to cater for everyone, from complete beginners to those wanting to compete at a national level. The club is committed to training hard and runs a busy weekly schedule covering cycling, running and swimming training as well as focussed fitness sessions in the Pearson Strength and Conditioning suit. Triathletes at Hallam benefit from high quality facilities at the Woodburn Road athletics track. The club enter numerous BUCS events throughout the year including BUCS Duathlon, BUCS Sprint Triathlon and BUCS Standard Distance Triathlon. The club welcomes students of all experience, interest and ability and aims to ensure you enjoy taking part as much as possible.

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Ultimate Frisbee

What's on offer?

Ultimate Frisbee is a growing sport which is becoming increasingly popular at universities. The Ultimate Frisbee Club at Hallam is an open and friendly club, with opportunities for all abilities to train and compete in the sport. The club have 2 Men's Teams competing in regular BUCS outdoor frisbee leagues, and 1 Women's team who compete in both outdoor and indoor frisbee tournaments. There are also opportunities to play in mixed gender squads at beginners tournaments and other national events throughout the year. Training and home matches for outdoor frisbee are held at Sheffield Hallam Sports Park on Bawtry Road. Indoor training sessions also take place on weekday evenings in the Collegiate and City Campus sports halls.

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Volleyball

What's on offer?

The Volleyball Club has two Men's Teams and one Women's Team regularly competing in BUCS leagues and events. The club is one of Team Hallam's 'Performance Sports' meaning it benefits from increased investment for high performance sport, ensuring access to great facilities and high quality coaching. The club have a partnership with Sheffield Volleyball Club, the head coach is Keith Trenam for both Club and University programmes. Weekly training sessions are run at EIS and matches are typically on a Wednesday afternoon. Regular social sport sessions are also run for less competitive and developing players. Development squads are also available for those wanting to play consistently and develop themselves in a fun and friendly environment.

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Waterpolo

What's on offer?

The Waterpolo Club has 2 Men's Teams and 1 Women's Team regularly competing in BUCS leagues and events. The club is one of Team Hallam's 'Performance Sports' meaning it benefits from increased investment for high performance sport. Furthermore, the club are partnered with City of Sheffield Waterpolo so benefit from high quality coaching and facilities. This partnership also offers committed players the opportunity to compete nationally. The club travel across the north of the UK to compete and match times can vary depending on the opposition university.

Social sport

Weekly sessions for a mixed ability of players. Opportunities available for students to develop coaching skills through leading the sessions as a Student Sport Activator volunteer.

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