Men's 1s win National Plate
Scoring against Loughborough
Club Members 2016/17
Women's Team in Action
Handball is a friendly club that welcomes players of all abilities, from those who want to play socially to those who wish to play more competitively. Last year was our most successful year to date with 94 registered members and winning our first piece of silverware. We currently have 5 teams (comprising 3 Men’s and 2 Women’s) and we are always on the look out for additional players, regardless of the experience they have.
The club enters a Men’s and a Women’s team in regional leagues and the University Championships where our Men’s 1st Team won the National Plate in 2019, but also cultivates a lively, friendly social side as well. We attend every sports night and have team socials that cater for everybody. So, whether you’re a complete novice or a European superstar, don’t miss out on a great opportunity to join our fantastic club.
How to get involved
Membership fee – £70
Please note that on top of the club fee there is a £16 fee that covers personal accident insurance when training or competing for the University, access to free cross-training sessions such as circuits and yoga, as well as a contribution to the costs of affiliation to various national governing bodies. This fee is only payable once so if you did decide to join a second club then you would not need to pay a second fee.
Fun, fast, exciting and rewarding.
3 skills this sport will give you:
Training times & venues
Separate weekly sessions of 2 hours for beginners and experienced players. Times and Venues TBC but likely to be UoB Sport & KES School.
Successes and Achievements
Men’s 1st Team won National Plate at 2018/19 University Championships.
Women’s 1st Team won 3 of their League matches.
Men’s 1st Team narrowly missed out on winning the Regional League North despite winning more matches than any other team.
- Largest University Handball Club in England
- Only Club to take 5 teams to the University Championships in 2018/19
- Have an almost exactly 50/50 gender split
- We go on tour every year, recently going to Amsterdam & Prague
- Run additional social sports for our members including football
Raeshan Downer, 2017, England Handball Young Coach of the Year 2018.