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Scholar in Focus: Nike Lorenz

Our latest sit down discussion with one of our outstanding sport scholars saw us talking hockey with an Olympic Bronze medal winner, Nike Lorenz. Nike is a current German international as well as a pivotal part of the #GreenandGold. We spoke with her about her path to performing at the very highest level, as well …

The Headliner: Meet the coach

Ahead of tomorrow’s Headliner event at David Ross Sports Village, where the University of Nottingham Men’s Football 1st team takes on Birmingham in the opening round of the BUCS Trophy, we caught up with the teams coach, Tom Hayes, on how the team have started the season and are preparing for the Headliner. Thank you …

What is Men’s Health Active?

The Men’s Health Active initiative is a program run by University of Nottingham Sport. It’s for students, it’s run by students, and it’s implemented university-wide by a team of passionate students. We are all working towards one goal: a near-future where male-identifying students can use sport and talking to augment their mental health, without stigma, …

Scholar In Focus: Joshua Greaves

Ahead of this Sunday’s first home game for the University of Nottingham American Football team, we spoke with quarterback and sport scholar, Joshua Greaves. Joshua arrived at the University from his home state of California this January, and it was fantastic to sit down with him to discuss how he’s finding life at university in …

The Headliner: UoN Men’s Football – Match Preview

The Headliner event series supported by Red Bull finally returns to the University of Nottingham campus this coming Wednesday! Focusing on our University of Nottingham Men’s Football 1st Team’s BUCS Trophy match against the University of Birmingham, the event is set up to be a fantastic display of university sport. With Red Bull in attendance …

Scholar In Focus: Noppawan Lertcheewakarn

Noppawan Lertcheewakarn may be a name familiar to some Tennis fans, as in 2009, Noppawan won the Girls’ Singles and Doubles Wimbledon titles in the same year. Since her victories at SW19, Noppawan continued to play professional tennis before stepping away from a life of touring a few years ago to study. Now a student …

Post Pandemic Boom for Intramural Sports Programme!

Intramural Sports (IMS) is the perfect way to enjoy competitive sport and make new friends without the commitment of weekly training or away game travel! With several sports to choose from and all based right here on campus, IMS is an ideal way to stay active, meet new people and try something new.   Students have …

Girls’ Night In returned and was a huge hit!

Girls’ Night In returns after an 18-month COVID break and what a night it was! On Sunday 7 November, over 225 girls descended upon the David Ross Sports Village for another hugely successful Girls’ Night In. Organised by the Just Play team, the evening filled with ‘fun, fitness and freebies’ was aimed at encouraging and …

Discover Intramural Sport

The University of Nottingham is proud to run one of the largest intramural sport programmes in the UK. Over three-thousand students a year participate in Nottingham’s IMS scheme, engaging in sport within their hall, alongside course-mates and amongst friends. With a range of thirteen different sports to experience, from mixed badminton to women’s seven-a-side football, …

Discover Just Play

Our Just Play (formerly Engage) programme launches on Monday 4 October and offers a flexible way for undergraduate and post graduate students to try out new sports and meet new friends in a fun and friendly environment. Just Play Sessions are open to all regardless of skill or ability and with a wide range of …