A huge congratulations to Matt Philip, who became Wallaby No.915 on Saturday when he made his debut against Japan. Matt is the 104th SUFC player to represent Australia.
Eight uncapped players have been named to potentially make their Australian Sevens debut at this weekend’s Oceania Sevens tournament.
Sydney University Football Club wishes to invite you to the 155th Annual General Meeting, for the election of Office Bearers for 2018.
Retired Wallabies and NSW Waratahs player, Dean Mumm, will hike to the North Pole in April 2018 to raise funds for Borne, a premature birth research charity.
Wasps have signed 28-year-old Australian hooker Nathan Charles on a three-month contract as injury cover.
After completing his role as High Performance Manager at SUFC for the last 3 years, Tom Carter has decided to pursue his passion of developing high performance programs and systems centred around GPS data analytics.
Former Student Matt Philip has been included in the Wallabies spring tour squad after an impression season with both the Force and Perth Spirit.
Australian Men's Sevens coach Andy Friend has named two squads that will take part in the Central Coasts Sevens this weekend.
Israel Folau has claimed a record third John Eales Medal, but the Wallabies fullback isn't satisfied yet.
Wallabies scrumhalf Nick Phipps will captain the Aussies on Saturday, when they take on the Barbarians.
Young prop Tom Robertson has pledged his future to Australian Rugby, re-signing with the ARU and NSW Waratahs until the end of 2020.
At just 20 years old, NSW Gen Blue halfback and skipper Theo Strang has been called into Alan Jones’ Barbarians squad to play the Classic Wallabies and Wallabies next week.
Be part of the action in 2018 and experience one the world’s best rugby sevens tournaments,
the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens with Keith Prowse Travel.
Back in the inaugural season of the NRC, a largely unknown outside back began carving up opposition defences around the edges, scoring in the very first match ever played in the fledgling competition, and following that up throughout that first season.
Thanks to TLA Worldwide, Sydney University Football Club can benefit by our supporters purchasing tickets to Qantas Wallabies vs. Barbarians.