The men have the bye for Round 7 of the Shute Shield and will enjoy some must needed rest.
Both womens sides will be in action at Chatswood Oval for Round 6 of the Jack Scott Cup.
The sun was shining but the temperature dipped to single figures as an antarctic surge enveloped the Sydney metropolitan area last Saturday. At the T.G. Millner Field, University defeated traditional nemesis Eastwood 36-26 in a solid hit out before next week’s bye.
Unfortunately due to COVID restrictions there are no general admission tickets available for this weekend's Round 6 clash with Eastwood.
In one of the most see sawing games at Camperdown, Southern Districts defeated Sydney University 32-31 literally at the death last Saturday.
Tickets for the Sydney Uni v Souths match have now sold out.
In 2020, we’ve partnered with The Banksia Project to optimise our players performance and wellbeing both on and off the field.
As a little tribute to Dr Tooth, Theo Clark published a short video focusing on his rugby story.
The return to The Birthplace of the Penrith Emus last Saturday was played fortunately minus a forecast deluge. This would have been the last thing needed where the game and our everyday lives are being affected by the global constipation of the Coronavirus.
It is with sadness we inform the SUFC community of the passing of former player, Dr Richard “Dick” Tooth on Thursday 6 August aged 90.
Sydney University Football Club (SUFC) has announced a partnership with The Banksia Project, aimed at supporting Australian men’s mental health.
Tickets to this weekends match with Penrith are now available, hurry with only 500 tickets available they will sell out so get in quick to secure your ticket.