The UNSW Eastern Suburbs Aussie Rules Football Club is the largest AFL club in Sydney with 5 senior men's teams. UNSW was the winner of the Women's Premier division in both 2016 & 2017 and currently has 2 women's teams. The club is open to male and female players, students and non-students, and caters to all levels from absolute beginners to the more experienced.

You can take a look at upcoming fixtures and previous game results on the AFL Sydney website.


UNSW Aikido Club

In Aikido, you use your opponents' energy against them. Timing, balance and good technique allow you to overcome stronger adversaries and deal with multiple attackers.

With Aikido you will have a great workout, learn self-defence skills and learn how to roll and fall safely.

Not to mention, the first taster class is free!!

UNSW Aikido Club fosters a learning environment, allowing you to develop clear insights into the areas of form, motion, attitudes, habits, spiritual ideals and human relations.

The University of NSW Aikido was founded by Shuji Ozeki Sensei in 1989. It was the first Kokikai Aikido dojo in Sydney, Australia. Since then, our club has been continuously growing and consistently strives to provide a friendly environment for Aikido training under the guidance of Allen Iu sensei. The club continues its close ties to Japan with annual training camps run by Ozeki Sensei and our founder Maruyama sensei.


Bow and arrows

Enjoy archery in a fun and causal environment or if you're up for the challenge, compete in local and state competitions.

Both UNSW students and the general public are welcome to become members.

UNSW Archery Club


UNSW Athletics Club

Founded in 1953, the UNSW Athletics Club has a distinguished and proud tradition of achievement, producing State, National and Olympic Champions.

The Club is strong, competitive, friendly and affiliated with Athletics NSW. The team of athletes have a wide range of abilities and areas of specialisations who compete regularly in the Treloar Shield, All Comers and other Australia wide championship meets as well as the Australia University Games.

The club's latest results and upcoming events can be found on the Athletics NSW website.

UNSW Athletics Club


UNSW Badminton Club

With high tech racquets and shuttlecocks (the fastest moving objects in sport) develop and refine your strategy to battle it out.

UNSW Badminton Club

Baseball & Softball

UNSW Baseball & Softball Club

Run by current and former players, loyalty and enthusiasm is expressed on and off the field, whether you're hitting a home run or enjoying a social trivia night.

Open to both the public and UNSW, the club welcomes players of all ages and ability.

The softball team competes in the North Shore District Softball Association competition and latest results and fixtures can be found on their website.

UNSW Baseball & Softball Club


UNSW Basketball Club

With over 200 members, the UNSW Basketball Club is one of the largest on campus.

Whether you're a gunner scoring three pointers or a beginner, the Club offers both competitive and social opportunities.

Boxing & Muay Thai

UNSW Boxing & Muay Thai Club


Join the largest Sports Club of the year!

Run by students, the UNSW Boxing and Muay Thai Club offers training sessions from intro to advance for you to get fit and socialise through the exciting techniques of Boxing and Muay Thai.

Cricket - Men

UNSW Cricket Club

Graduates, undergraduates and community members combined, the UNSW Cricket (Mens) Club fields seven men's teams, the top five playing in the NSW Premier Cricket Competition.

Enjoy first-class coaching, outstanding facilities and access to mentors through senior players, administrators and the alumni network. The Club cultivates a great spirit, humour, enthusiasm and true sportsmanship for anyone keen to improve their cricket skills.

The club's latest results and upcoming fixtures can be viewed on the NSW Premier Cricket website.

Cricket - Women

Universities Women's Cricket Club

Whether you're a batter, bowler or an all-rounder women of all skill sets and ages are welcome. The Universities Women’s Cricket Club was created in 2004 by the merger of the Sydney University Women’s Cricket Club and the University of NSW Women’s Cricket Club.

The club has first, second and third grade teams, along with U17s and U15s teams and runs the Twilight 12s competition (a great way for women to experience cricket for the first time).

The club plays in the Sydney Women's Grade competition, where you can find their latest results and upcoming matches.

Universities Women's Cricket Club

Cycling & Triathlon

UNSW Cycling & Triathlon Club

The club has a friendly atmosphere and is focused on competitive road cycling and triathlon (as per the name) and provides entry level rides, swims, and runs for newcomers.

UNSW Cycling & Triathlon Club


UNSW Fencing Club

Welcome to UNSW Fencing, a community of swordspeople brought together by the love of sport.

We aim to provide a sociable, fun and high energy environment where anyone can fence. Whether you're new to the way of the blade or have been competing for years, you'll find your feet at UNSW Fencing

UNSW Fencing Club