Join the club - Learn a new sport, become a MacWarrior and have fun!
From their humble beginnings in 1967, Macquarie University Sport Clubs has been providing both a competitive and fun sport environment to the Macquarie University student and local community for the better part of five decades.
Click through the information boxes below to learn more about both Sport Clubs and Learn Courses at Macquarie University Sport, including up-to-date news and events, the current Sport Clubs and Learn Courses and how to join a Sport Club.
Sport Clubs at Macquarie University began as early as 1967 with the Cricket Club, MacAlpine Ski Club, Rugby Union Club, Soccer Club and Squash Club forming the foundation Sport Clubs of Macquarie University.
Since that time it has grown to offer a variety of sporting club options for both students and non-students of Macquarie University.
Sport Clubs at Macquarie University are a fun and easy way to play sport or get fit. For those of you with a competitive streak, joining a club can enable you to compete in different levels of competition – from local, regional and state level competitions all the way to national inter-university championships; while those who may not be as competition focused, joining a club can provide you the opportunity to get together with like-minded athletes and just have fun.
Additionally, we provide Learn Courses for Fencing, Squash and Volleyball for those who are keen to understand the ins and outs for a sport they may not have participated in before.
News and Events:
Session 1 2020 information will be available during mid-February. Keep an eye on the website or click through below to learn more!
Current Sport Clubs:
The following Sport Clubs are currently running at Macquarie University Sport:
Current Learn Courses:
There are currently no Learn Courses on offer. Please check back during Semester to find out more and book in!
How to Join a Sport Club and Learn Courses:
If you're interested in joining a Sport Club or enrolling in a Learn Course at Macquarie University Sport, make sure that you have clicked and read through the information above first. It is likely that you will have to contact a representative from that club to learn more. However, if you're experiencing any trouble, please don't hesitate to reach out to us through our contact information below.
Contact Us About Sport Clubs:
Have a question or query you feel hasn’t been answered? Would you like to know more? Contact us on 9850 6587, send your enquiry to this page or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Need an answer right away? Why not try the LiveChat feature in the bottom right hand corner of this page. We have a representative on standby ready and willing to help!
Content owner: Campus Sport Last updated: 29 Nov 2019 11:48am