Today marks the 15th day after the Australian Club Championship, when players and supporters came in close contact with a member of our playing group, 24 hours prior to him becoming symptomatic with what was later confirmed to be COVID-19.
SUFC would like to thank our Sponsors for sticking by us during these unprecedented times, we are forever grateful for their support. The COVID-19 outbreak is affecting us all and some of our sponsors in particular are facing uncertain times ahead.
SUFC regrets to inform our community that we have a confirmed case of COVID-19 within our playing group. The Club is in communication with NSW Health to deal with the situation.
SUFC is saddened to announce the passing of Dr Herbert John Solomon, after a protracted battle with illness. John will forever be remembered for the part he played in one of the most extraordinary sporting gestures ever seen on a rugby pitch.
Droughts, floods, bushfires and a global pandemic have befallen our vast continent lately. But the winter ritual of sitting in a grandstand watching thirty players on a Saturday afternoon was once again back at the Sydney University Football Ground.
All matches are going ahead as scheduled, however due to the current COVID-19 pandemic a number of our off field activities have been cancelled.
The starting XV taking on UQ in the battle for the Buildcorp Australian Club Championship has been confirmed!
2020 is shaping up to be a huge year for SUFC. Many influential players have moved on to higher honours, young guns are pushing their way up and the monumental task of a 17th consecutive Club Championship along with team Premierships loom large.
The Sydney University Football Club and the University of Queensland Rugby Club will renew an old rivalry when they meet for the Buildcorp Australian Club Championship bragging rights at the Sydney University Football Ground this Saturday, 14th March.