The Annual SUFC Jersey Calcutta aims to raise money for the Club, directly benefiting the players in an exciting way which also provides you with an opportunity to earn some impressive winnings!
All teams will play Eastern Suburbs at Woollahra Oval this weekend for the final preparation before Round 1.
The University of Sydney has taken out gold in the opening round of the 2021 AON Uni 7s series, defeating UTS in the Final.
It's a huge weekend for the Students as our 2021 AON Uni 7s Campaign kicks off this Saturday at Woollahra Oval for the first of the regional tournaments, in which the University of Sydney will take on UTS, University of Canberra and University of Newcastle.
With so much rainfall over the past two weeks there have been a few changes to the trial matches as many fields are still closed, please see revised times
We regret to inform the SUFC community that Joe Horn-Smith will not be taking up his long-standing role as Club Scrum Coach and 1st Grade Assistant Coach for 2021.
It seems a lifetime ago, but this time last year, Angus Bell and Stu Dunbar made their Aussie 7s debut in Los Angeles.
Sydney Uni Football Club (SUFC) and Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness (SUSF) are partnering this holiday period to offer young rugby players the opportunity to participate in a development program for kids aged 5-12 or 11-16.
Operating under strict COVID-19 guidelines, the 2021 Friends of Sydney University Football Club KPMG cocktail party took place last week
Australia's premier development pathway for Women's Sevens will take a new, more competitive format in 2021, with teams playing in regional tournaments ahead of a final's series.
Head Coach, Manny Posadas has announced his squad of 23 ahead of the 2021 AON Uni 7s series.
Interested in trying a fun, team and community minded sport for your child? Join us at this free Rugby Union event.
Congratulations to Hugh Bokenham, Daniel Botha, Papillon Sevele and Sione Taufui (pictured) who have all been included in the first Junior Wallabies squad for the year.
Since retiring from rugby, former SUFC, Waratah and Aussie 7s player Nathan Trist has turned his career to Medicine.