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Bert Brailsford Sportsperson of the Year 2014/15 Jennifer Smith (Netball)
03 CONTENTS 06
TeamCity social media
02 Hello Hello and welcome to the 2015/16 sports season
03 What is TeamCity?
including, equality and diversity
04 Top 10 reasons to be part of TeamCity 05 Important dates Welcome week and the sports year ahead
06 Sport at City – A student perspective 07 Social and representative sports 07 Social 08 Team 08 Individual
10 Sports clubs 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
American Football • Badminton Basketball • Cheerleading Climbing • Cricket Fencing • Football Futsal • Hockey Netball • Rugby Squash • Table Tennis Tennis • Volleyball
18 TeamCity social media 19 Sports Awards Dinner 2014/15 20 CitySport 21 External sports facilities
09 British Universities & Colleges Sport London University Sports Leagues Sports membership card for representative students
ello and welcome to the 2015/16 sports season which promises a great deal, both in terms of opportunities for all our students and competitive success built on the foundations developed over the last few years. Sport is a fantastic entity as development is always necessary to see improvement. Development at City has definitely led to benefits throughout the 2014/15 season; from the opening of the new CitySport facility to our medal and trophy haul, wins and promotion in the BUCS Leagues to an exciting night of awards held at the Worshipful Company of Saddlers Hall in March. The last year was definitely one to remember. For this season we have added several new sports to our representative programme; Volleyball, Futsal and our Women’s Rugby programme. These sports were added thanks to student feedback and have the full support of their respective national governing bodies (Volleyball England, The F.A. and the RFU). This offers the potential for many more opportunities in the future.
Bill Thompson Head of Sport & Leisure Services
“The last year was definitely one to remember.”
CityActive, our social sport programme, continues to expand, building upon three elements; fun, flexibility and socialisation. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced player, everyone is welcome to attend these fully coached activities. CityActive includes Badminton, Basketball, Fencing, Football, Table Tennis and Volleyball with all equipment being provided. You can find out more about CityActive at www.city.ac.uk/sport. Sport plays an important role in University life allowing you to continue a passion, develop new skills to help improve employability, such as teamwork, leadership or club management, or just helping you to meet new people. With the addition of our brilliant new CitySport facility, we are sure that you will find several opportunities to join TeamCity.
Head of Sport & Leisure Services
What is TeamCity? Being part of TeamCity is about much more than representing City University London competitively. Whether you choose to volunteer at our events, help at practice sessions, coach or officiate for one of the representative teams or simply take part in our social sports programme, you will be part of TeamCity. Joining will not only add to your social network, it will provide great opportunities to develop skills for your future, benefitting your cv and adding to your prospects upon graduation.
Equality and diversity We welcome everyone from City University Londonâ€™s diverse community to get involved in our sports programme. Our sports clubs, individual sport opportunities and CityActive sessions are open to all City students.
The Sport & Leisure Services team at City are committed to promoting diversity, inclusion and equality and ensuring best practice is implemented at all times. All team captains, coaches and staff are encouraged to be welcoming and inclusive when engaging with students participating in sport.
Future training programmes are planned to heighten awareness of the need for inclusion and equality in sport and will feature techniques to address homophobic, transphobic, sexist, racist and other forms of discriminatory language and behaviour both on and off the playing field. TeamCity has signed up to the UK Government Equalities Office (GEO) Charter on homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in sport, the aim of which is to make
sport a welcoming environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people. The Charter outlines the importance of creating an environment where everyone is able to participate and enjoy sport, whoever they are and whatever their background. It also seeks to promote fairness, equality, respect and dignity. TeamCity shares the desire to address the issues that affect participation in sport and work to ensure that opportunities to participate are open to and supportive of everyone.
Why take part in sport?
Top 10 reasons to join the sporting programme at City.
Keep fit University life can be tough, but when you’re moving, burning calories, developing muscle and assisting brain development it makes it easier to maintain your study/life balance.
Time management Participating in a sport can involve a big time commitment with practice sessions, training and games. By getting involved you will learn how to better manage your time.
8 Attitude Playing sport can help you learn to win gracefully, as well as how to lose gracefully.
Self esteem Pushing yourself in sport and accomplishing your goals will help you feel good about yourself.
6 Resilience Learning to cope and overcome adversity is a great life skill.
9 Volunteering Volunteering helps to broaden your life experiences. You can help at our events or practice sessions; become a referee or even a coach.
Have fun Looking at the smiles on students’ faces while on the pitch or their satisfaction after winning a game it’s obvious they’re enjoying themselves. Because it’s fun.
Perseverance When you set goals for yourself in sports it may take you a while to achieve them but you will only reach your goals by pushing through when things get tough.
Teamwork You need to be a team player; not only on the pitch, but when you are looking for your dream graduate job you’ll need to demonstrate you can work within a group.
10 Long lasting friendships Meet people from City’s diverse community and develop friendships that will last throughout your time at University and beyond.
Welcome week: 21st to 25th September 2015 Monday 21st September 2015
Freshers’ Festival in Northampton Square
Tuesday 22nd September 2015
Dodgeball in Saddlers Sports Hall at CitySport
Wednesday 23rd September 2015
Freshers’ Fair at CitySport
Thursday 24th September 2015
Friday 25 September 2015
Sports Mixer BBQ 12pm - 2pm
For more information see the ‘Welcome to City – Your guide to life at City University London’ booklet.
The sports year ahead Monday 21st September 2015
Pre-season fitness training
26th September to 9th October 2015
Representative team trials Find the date and time for your sport at www.city.ac.uk/sport
From 28th September 2015
Representative team training
28 September to Sunday 13 December 2015
CityActive social sport programme term 1
18th January to 29th May 2016
CityActive social sport programme term 2
Friday 19 to Sunday 21 February 2016
BUCS Nationals: Pond’s Forge, Sheffield
Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 March 2016
BUCS “Big Wednesday” at Sheffield Hallam University
World University Summer Games
Sport at City – A student perspective working hard together at training and doing well in competitions. I’ve always wanted to be able to do gymnastics and with the help of the team and from our coach I achieved my goal of being able to tumble. Andrew Walker
BSc Mathematics and Finance
Having not really played sport as a youngster I got into competitive rowing a fair few years before coming to City, It was the best! I trained hard, pushed the boundaries of what my body could do and reaped the rewards. Along the way making friends that I’ll have for the rest of my life. Mainstream team sports are not my thing and as City did not have a rowing club I wanted to find something new that would continue to challenge me. I joined the Mountaineering Society and learnt to rock climb, becoming close friends with a group of like-minded students who also enjoyed climbing and wanted to progress and compete. With the help of the Sport & Leisure Team we started the competitive Climbing Club and I became the co-captain. The University has provided fantastic support; we’ve had access to outdoor equipment for training, use of the sports minibus to get to and from competitions and weekends in the Peak District and they have organised club training sessions at the Mile End Climbing Wall with a climbing coach. From its simple beginnings the Club has progressed and we’ve now competed against other universities at events in London and Sheffield and the whole experience has just got better and better each year. Whilst at City I also played American Football for the first time and joined the Cheerleading Team. Cheerleading was great! I made so many good friends with people I would never have met if I hadn’t joined. Our coach was fantastic and it was awesome
Participation in sport has been such a positive experience for me. Having worked for two years before coming to university I’d experienced working within a team and being part of the different Clubs has helped me further develop my team work, timemanagement and communication skills. These tools have helped me to become a more rounded person, be more dedicated to my goals and more focused on my academic work. As the co-captain of the Climbing Club I’ve had the opportunity to be a leader and learn all that goes with it, although to be honest the whole Club worked together to build it up. From experience I know these skills will translate well back into the workplace, helping me stand out as I move on from the University, but the main thing I’ve gained is a host of new friends both inside and outside of sport. When you start university everyone is in the same boat. You might not know anyone to start with but as soon as you get involved in one of the many clubs City has to offer you won’t regret it, everybody becomes part of the team and it’s all about making friends, doing something you enjoy and having fun. There’s so much happening at City and if you don’t take the leap and get involved you’ll miss out on all the fun and exciting things going on. That doesn’t mean you have to represent the University. It doesn’t mean you have to play at a national level. There are many clubs that allow you to take part in something active, without having the pressure to take it too seriously. But when you take part be determined. When you train, train hard to be your best and no matter what your ability you can still reap the rewards of sport and belonging to a team.. Get involved!
SOCIAL AND REPRESENTATIVE SPORTS
CityActive Taking some time away from your studies is important and what better way to enhance your university experience than through sport. Getting involved in the CityActive social sports programme couldn’t be simpler. Just come along by yourself or with friends to one of the coached sessions and join in with everybody else there.
“Taking some time away from studies is important.”
You do not need to have played any of the sports before as students of all abilities are welcome. With no CityActive sports take place in the Saddlers Sports weekly commitment you can come along to Hall at CitySport at the following times: as many or as few sessions as you wish. CityActive aims to bring students together; helping you to meet new friends from different courses and helping you learn new skills in a fun and friendly environment. To get involved all you need to do is turn up at CitySport during term time with your City student ID card, pay and play. Each CityActive session costs just £1.50 so there are plenty of reasons to get involved.
Badminton Fridays 8.30pm to 10pm Basketball Thursdays 5pm to 6.30pm Fencing Saturdays 10am to 12.00 Wednesdays 5.30pm to 9.30pm Indoor Football Sundays 3.30pm to 5.30pm Table Tennis Fridays 2pm to 3pm and 6.30pm to 7.30pm Volleyball Tuesdays 8.30pm to 10pm
SOCIAL AND REPRESENTATIVE SPORTS
There are many opportunities to represent City in competitive team sports. Whether you are a complete beginner, have represented your school or college or even played at county or national level, you can get involved in one or more of our 26 teams. Many of our teams compete in either the British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) leagues or the London Universities Sports Leagues (LUSL) against teams from other universities across the South East of England on Wednesday afternoons. Team trials take place between Saturday 26th September and Wednesday 9th October 2015. Find the date and time for your specific sports team trials during Welcome Week or by emailing email@example.com.
If your interest is in individual sports and you would like to represent City as an individual or on an elite stage, the Sport & Leisure Services Team can offer support with competition entry, travel costs and possible coaching advice. You will need to present any qualifications, competition records and relevant UK or international rankings (if applicable). To find out more about the individual sport opportunities available at University level through BUCS see the sports page at www.bucs.org.uk. If you would like to represent City in your sport contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how we can support you.
Sports 09 membership card for representative students
British Universities & Colleges Sport British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) is the national governing body for higher education sport in the UK, whose vision is ‘to enhance the student experience through sport’. BUCS delivers more than 50 sports to over 160 universities, comprising a busy league programme of over 4800 teams and over 100 championship knockout competition events every year. They also host the BUCS Nationals for individual sport athletes, the UK’s largest annual multi-sport event. BUCS is also responsible for managing and coordinating the Great Britain and Northern Ireland teams for the World University Summer and Winter Games and the World University Championships.
To represent City in your chosen sport you must first attend a trial or open practice. Once selected for a team you must purchase a sports membership card in order to train and play matches.
London University Sports Leagues London University Sports Leagues (LUSL) and knockout competitions are also organised by BUCS specifically for universities in the London region. Their rules are more relaxed than BUCS competitions and they are targeted at less competitive teams or newly formed teams that are just starting out. The aim of LUSL is to create a more fun and relaxed arena to encourage wider participation in sport.
The majority of City’s sports teams compete in the BUCS leagues with a handful participating in LUSL competitions. Whether you are a member of a sports team or an individual athlete you will have the chance to travel around the UK to other university campuses and compete at international standard facilities and iconic venues. All travel costs to away matches are reimbursed by City University London.
Cards cost £35 for the academic year and cover you if you represent more than one team during the year. The benefits of the sports membership card include: • Reduced membership prices at CitySport • Free strength and conditioning classes with the CitySport fitness team • Free access to pre-season training sessions • Priority access to TeamCity social activities • Priority ticket booking for the annual Sports Awards Dinner • Access to “Team of the week” discounts at CityBar • Coaching and refereeing course opportunities • BUCS entry fees • Transport to away matches • Loan of representative team kit • Access to training venues • Qualified coached training sessions (where applicable) • Contribution to the cost of match officials. To purchase your card you just need to bring a passport sized photograph, your City ID card and your payment to the CitySport reception, where you will be issued with your card. Once purchased, you can represent City throughout the 2015/16 season.
President Maciej Marczak Vice-President Niko Gvozdenovic
Training Thursdays 6pm to 8pm at Drapers Field, E15 2DD Saturdays 10.30am to 12.30pm at Millwall Rugby Football Club, E14 3DN
“If you’re wondering which sport to get involved in, look no further than the greatest sport of all, American Football. We are the most exciting and largest sports club at the University – the City Sentinels. The 2014/15 season was a groundbreaking one for the programme. Despite some narrow losses to experienced sides early in the season, the team improved enormously and ended the year with its first ever win against a BUCS league team, London South Bank University. The progress didn’t stop there as the Sentinels followed the win with another victory against the University of East London Titans in a post–season friendly. The City Sentinels now have a fantastic platform from which to develop into an even greater force in our BUCS league.” The team competes in the BUCS leagues and plays matches at weekends. 2014/15 season statistics Wins 9 Losses 1 Draws 0
“Join the Badminton Club whether you’re just starting to play or are an advanced player. We have recreational sessions and team training covering all levels and our Badminton England qualified coach is always available to provide coaching to members wishing to improve their game. We are a friendly and sociable group and the club is a great way to make new friends and improve your fitness, so why not pick up a racket and join us for a game of badminton.” Men’s and women’s teams both compete in the BUCS leagues and play matches on Wednesdays. 2014/15 awards and key achievements • Short-listed for Club of the Year. • Both the men’s and women’s teams were short-listed for Team of the Year • Men’s team reached the BUCS South Eastern Conference Cup Final. Training (men and women) Mondays 5.45pm to 7.45pm at CitySport, EC1V 7DP
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Men’s Captain Surej Salim Men’s Vice-Captain Bryan Lee Women’s Captain Yee Lam Leung Men’s 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 2B League position 3rd Wins 3 Losses 3 Draws 3 Women’s 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 3B League position 2nd Wins 3 Losses 3 Draws 2
“This year both the men’s and women’s teams are playing in the 2nd division leagues and cup competitions with the men’s goal to return to the 1st division. Our practices and games all take place at CitySport and with the new spectator seating why not come along and support us? Our teams also love to have fun; our trips to Rotterdam have become an annual tradition and during the season we can be found in CityBar most Wednesday nights.” Men’s and women’s teams both compete in the BUCS leagues and play matches on Wednesdays. Women’s Captain Styliani Ntoukaki Men’s Captain Vladas Kolesnik Men’s Vice-Captain James Elliott
Training (men and women) Mondays 8.15pm-10.15pm at CitySport, EC1V 7DP
Cheerleading “We are the Central City Allstars, City’s competition cheerleading squad. Cheerleading is the most incredible, fun and rewarding sport. We train to compete and our routines are a combination of stunting (lifting people), tumbling (flips), jumps and dance (self-explanatory). It’s hard work but absolutely worth it when performing with such a great group of friends. We really do recommend anyone and everyone to come to try-outs.”
2014/15 awards and key achievements • Women’s team won their league last season and have been promoted. Men’s 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 1A League position 5th Wins 3 Losses 7 Draws 0 Women’s 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 3A League position 1st Wins 7 Losses 1 Draws 0
The teams compete at three national events per year. 2014/15 awards and key achievements • Short-listed for Club of the Year • Two City teams competed throughout the year and in the final competition both teams ranked 3rd. Recent achievements • In 2012/13 the squad finished 2nd in the ICC Nationals and 1st in the Open CO-ED Cheer Level 1 at the BCA Nationals where their score was 0.5 points short of being crowned Grand Champions.
Co-Captains Harriett Morris and Georgia Sheppard Training Fridays 6pm-8pm at CitySport, EC1V 7DP
“We are based at the Mile End Climbing Wall where we train every Tuesday evening and with social events every Wednesday the club is great fun. Many of our members also climb recreationally as part of the Mountaineering Society who also train at Mile End.” This year we will be competing at all four rounds of the London University Bouldering Event (LUBE) and our top climbers will compete at the BUCS Nationals in Sheffield at the end of the year. Co-Captains Jose Pellicer and Alice Hafer
2014/15 awards and key achievements • The women’s team finished 8th out of 52 and the men’s team finished 52nd out of 82 at the BUCS Nationals • Team A got 441 points at the London University Bouldering Event 2015. Training Tuesday evenings at Mile End Climbing Wall, E3 5BE “City’s Cricket Club was established in 1897 and is the longest running club at the University. We have a good mixture of strong players who also play for local and regional teams and students who are just starting out in the game. All students are welcome to try out for the teams and as a club we especially like to have fun. You can contact us at any time throughout the season to get involved.” The team competes in the BUCS indoor leagues from October to March at weekends and in the BUCS outdoor leagues from April to June on Wednesdays.
Cricket Captain Lakshay Vachani Training Mondays 11am to 12.30pm at CitySport, EC1V 7DP
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2014/15 indoor season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern A League position 6th Wins 1 Losses 5 Draws 0 2014/15 outdoor season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 3B League position 3rd Wins 2 Losses 3 Draws 0
Men’s Captain Mario Delandro Women’s captain Lily Fox
“Do you watch Game of Thrones and wish you could hold a sword? Joining the Fencing Club you’ll learn the poise and skill required and it’s a great way to meet new people and release any pent up frustrations. We welcome beginners to our introduction to fencing programme and encourage experienced fencers to compete for the University. As well as the BUCS leagues our fencers compete at the BUCS Individual Championships, where we’ve previously won medals.” Men’s and women’s teams both compete in BUCS leagues and play matches on Wednesdays. Training (men and women) Wednesdays 5.30pm to 9.30pm and Saturdays 10am to 12pm at CitySport, EC1V 7DP
“Our players are passionate about football and proud to represent City both on and off the pitch. Players of all abilities are welcome to attend trials in September and we encourage anybody who enjoys playing to try out. With weekly social events our club is a really fun and welcoming environment to meet people and keep fit while providing an outlet for your competitive edge.” The teams all compete in the BUCS leagues and play matches on Wednesdays.
Men’s 1 Team 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 6D League position 1st Wins 8 Losses 0 Draws 2 Men’s 2nd Team 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 7B League position 3rd Wins 6 Losses 2 Draws 2 Women’s 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 3B League position 5th Wins 2 Losses 8 Draws 0 st
Men’s training Mondays 6pm to 8pm at Drapers Field, E15 2DD Women’s training Sundays 5pm to 6pm at Drapers Field, E15 2DD
2014/15 awards and key achievements • Men’s team won their league and have been promoted. Men: 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 2B League position 1st Wins 6 Losses 2 Draws 0 Women: 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 2A League position 6th Wins 2 Losses 4 Draws 0
2014/15 awards and key achievements • Short-listed for Club of the Year • Men’s 1st Team won Team of the Year • Men’s 1st Team won their league and were promoted. Men’s 1st Team Captain Vishal Joshi Men’s 2nd Team Co-Captains Harry Gallagher and Miles McCulloch Women’s captain Laura Andersen Women’s Vice-Captain Hazel Keogh
Futsal Co-Captains Ricardo Chadwick Ros and Bernardo Assis Teixeira
“Futsal is a new addition to the representative sports programme for 2015/16. It is a hugely popular sport throughout the world and we hope it will be a major success at the University with a lot of students attending trials and joining the club. Following on from strong foundations established last year, our first competitive season will see us playing in the South Eastern 2A division alongside London South Bank University, Brunel University and many more. Our practices and matches will take place at CitySport and with the new spectator seating we encourage everyone to come along to support us and find out what makes futsal such a different sport. Our aim is to develop a successful club, not only for this season but for many more years to come.” The team competes in the BUCS leagues and plays matches at weekends. Training Saturdays 5.30pm to 7.30pm at CitySport, EC1V 7DP
“We welcome all students, from beginners to international stars. If you’re someone who loves to socialise as well as staying fit the Hockey Club is the club for you. We are looking for players who can enhance the club on or off the pitch, so join us at training, be part of the team and together we will aim to conquer the London hockey leagues this season. Hockey is an awesome sport, so give it a go.” Men’s and women’s teams both compete in the LUSL leagues and play matches at weekends. Men’s Captain Hadrien de Vaucleroy Women’s Captain Clemence Rouaux Women’s Vice-Captain Tanzyla Khan Tareen
Training (men and women) Wednesdays 6.30pm to 8.30pm at Lee Valley Hockey & Tennis Centre, E20 3AD
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Men: 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 5A League position 4th Wins 4 Losses 5 Draws 1 Women: 2014/15 season statistics Friendly matches Brunel University Win, 11-0 University College Win, 4-0 London
Co-Captains Katie Conway and Olivia Tompkins Social Secretary Seren Jones 2014/15 awards and key achievements • Most Improved Club of the Year • Short-listed for Club of the Year • The team won their league and were promoted. “We had an amazing season last year winning nine out of ten games and finishing top of our league. Playing and training at CitySport is amazing and we are excited about our new coach joining us this year. Netball is a great way to meet new friends at university and we are looking for enthusiastic, keen and committed players to help continue our winning run. This season also sees the appointment of a social secretary to develop the social side of the club and ensure we make the most of activities at CityBar after games.” The team competes in the BUCS leagues and plays matches on Wednesdays.
Training Tuesdays 6pm to 8pm at CitySport, EC1V 7DP
“The City Rugby Club has made fantastic improvements over the last two years. We’ve not lost a home league game and have been undefeated for over a year. Over the two years we amassed a positive points difference of nearly 380 on our way to winning more matches than any other City team. Although we are highly competitive there are no trials; we accept students of all abilities, even if you’ve never played before. Everyone is welcome to train with us, improve their fitness and contribute to the fantastic social life that revolves around the club. We aim to be as inclusive as possible and endeavour to make sure everyone who wants to play matches gets a game.
2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 9B League position 1st Wins 9 Losses 1 Draws 0
This year we are recruiting female players for a brand new women’s rugby team.” The men’s team competes in the BUCS league and the women’s team will compete in the London University Merit League (LUML). Both teams play matches on Wednesdays. Chairman Gareth Anstee Men’s Captain Roger-Xavier Macia Women’s Captain To be appointed
2014/15 awards and key achievements • Club of the Year • Men’s team won their league and have been promoted.
Men’s training Mondays 6pm to 8pm at East London Rugby Football Club, E15 3BP Women’s training Wednesdays 2pm to 4pm at Regent’s Park, NW1 4NR Men: 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 5B League position 1st Wins 9 Losses 1 Draws 0
Men’s Captain Bailey Dillon-Burns Women’s Captain Antonia Foster
Squash “Squash is a fun and exciting sport and the club is made up of a fun and exciting group of students. Our men’s and women’s teams train together and compete regularly throughout the season. This year we are aiming to expand the club and are looking for more individuals to take part in our dynamic, challenging and exciting sport.” Men’s and women’s teams both compete in the BUCS leagues and play matches on Wednesdays.
Men: 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 4A League position 3rd Wins 6 Losses 1 Draws 0 Women: 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 2B League position 4th Wins 3 Losses 5 Draws 0
Training (men and women) Mondays 2pm to 4pm and Saturdays 12pm to 2pm at Finsbury Leisure Centre, EC1V 3PU
Table Tennis “If you like speed and enjoy playing to the maximum of your ability you must join the Table Tennis Club. It is a brilliant sport combining quick reflexes with nerve and with balls regularly exceeding speeds of 40mph you have to move fast. We play hard and love to win matches, so if this sounds like something you’d enjoy come and join us for a session. We also welcome new players who want to learn the game to come along and play with us.” 2014/15 awards and key achievements • Reached the final of the BUCS South Eastern Conference Cup. 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 2B League position 6th Wins 2 Losses 8 Draws 0 To get in touch, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The team competes in the BUCS leagues and plays matches on Wednesdays. Captain Jacky Lam Training Tuesdays 6pm to 8pm at CitySport, EC1V 7DP
“Hard hitting, baseline driving, aggressive tennis, that’s what our opponents say about us, but we also enjoy social matches and partying. Our training is fun and although we are looking for experienced players to represent the University (some of our team have played in the Davis Cup) we also know it takes time to develop, so everyone is welcome. Speak with us at the Freshers’ Fair or email us to find out how to get involved.” Men’s and women’s teams both compete in the BUCS leagues and play matches on Wednesdays. Men’s Co-Captains Kenneth Tan and Ilya Melkumov Women’s Captain Sabena Butt Men: 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 3B League position 5th Wins 4 Losses 4 Draws 2 Women: 2014/15 season statistics BUCS league – South Eastern 3A League position 2nd Wins 4 Losses 1 Draws 1
2014/15 awards and key achievements • The women’s team reached the BUCS South Eastern Conference Cup quarter-finals.
Training (men and women) Saturdays 5pm - 8pm at Lee Valley Hockey & Tennis Centre, E20 3AD
“Starting as a new club last year, we are now ready to start competing. If volleyball is your sport we have something for everyone at all levels. Our women’s training will focus on performance as the team is competing in the BUCS leagues for the first time; the men’s training will focus on performance in preparation to enter a team in the BUCS leagues next year and through CityActive our social training will focus solely on fun for everyone to join in. We are also entering a mixed team to compete in the LUSL leagues this year with players across the entire club being eligible to play for the team.” 2014/15 awards and key achievements • Friendly win, 2-1 against Goldsmiths University in a mixed game.
The mixed team competes in the LUSL leagues and plays matches on Monday evenings. The women’s team competes in the BUCS leagues and plays matches on Wednesdays. Men’s Captain Baran Yologlu Men’s Vice-Captain Vladimir Merzlyakov Women’s Captain Krista Stanley Women’s Vice-Captains Kiren Gaidhu and Noemie Andriamiseza Men’s training Thursdays 9.30pm to 10.30pm at CitySport, EC1V 7DP Women’s training Thursdays 8pm to 9.30pm at CitySport, EC1V 7DP TeamCity 2015/16
TeamCity social media For all City sports news and sports programme information follow us on
Facebook.com/sportatcity @CitySportLondon You can also follow the individual sports teams on: Club
Badminton www.facebook.com/ (men and women) cityuniversitylondonbadminton
Basketball www.facebook.com/ (men and women) cityuniversitybasketball
Fencing www.facebook.com/groups/ (men and women) CityUniversityFencing/ Football (women)
Football (menâ€™s 1st team) Futsal
@joshiii_95 www.facebook.com/ cityuniversitylondonfutsal
Hockey www.facebook.com/CUL.Hockey (men and women) Netball
To stay up to date with everything that is going on at CitySport follow them on
Sports honours 2014/15
Team of the Year Men’s Football 1st Team Club of the Year Rugby Most Improved Club of the Year Netball Captain of the Year Elizabeth Washington (Netball) Bert Brailsford Sportsperson of the Year Jennifer Smith (Netball) Service to Sport Elizabeth Washington (Netball) Newcomer of the Year Alexander Bailey (Hockey)
Photographs: Zoltán Mészáros www.meszaroszoltan.com
CitySport CitySport is the largest student sports facility in central London which opened on 2nd February 2015. It is open to students, staff and alumni as well as the public. It was officially opened by Dani King MBE, Olympic Champion, three-time World Champion and World Record Holder in Women’s Team Pursuit cycling. We have the most up-to-date, high-tech equipment you’d expect from a new sports and fitness centre in London, with professional trainers, smart facilities and exceptional studio space. The 120+ station gym includes the latest cardiovascular and resistance equipment and an extensive range of free weights and functional training rigs.
CitySport is also home to four studios accommodating a comprehensive range of dynamic fitness, dance, martial arts and wellbeing classes.
However CitySport offers more than that. At its heart is the Saddlers Sports Hall, providing Sport England standard courts fitted with fully sprung competition flooring and bespoke seating for up to 400 spectators. As well as being the hub for City’s representative teams and CityActive social sports the facilities provide the opportunity for a variety of team and individual sports. So if you want to come with friends for a game of badminton or a 5-a-side football match, we have the space.
Fitness classes include: Bosu Express, Box Fusion, Box Workout, Cardio Combat, Fast classes , Free Style Pump, Free Style Step, Pad Workout, PowerSculpt Workout, Treble Challenge and Zumba Workout.
“CitySport is the largest student sports facility in central London”
Wellbeing and dance classes include: Dance Workshops, Free Style Pilates, Free Style Yoga and Jamaican Dance Hall.
External sports facilities City’s sports clubs also have access to a variety of Londonbased sports facilities.
CitySport offers flexible student membership fees CitySport also boasts a dedicated indoor cycling studio featuring the virtual Myride® system for taught classes and virtual instructed workouts on demand. One hour classes, half hour fast classes, 20 minute strength or endurance drills are all available.
These outstanding facilities for fitness, well-being and competitive sport mark a significant step forward in the University’s sports provision for students, staff and the local community.
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The Cricket Club plays at the prestigious Academy Cricket Ground in Woolwich that was recently regenerated and is believed to be the oldest cricket pitch in England. The Tennis teams practice at the Lee Valley Tennis & Hockey Centre and play at the Islington Tennis Centre, one of the busiest tennis centres in the country. The Rugby Club trains at the Memorial Grounds, the home of the East London Rugby Football Club and a former home ground of West Ham Football Club. The Hockey club will train and play at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for the first time this season. This high-quality venue hosted the European Hockey Championships in August this year and will host the Hockey Women’s World Cup in 2018.
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