Queen’s University Belfast Societies
Joining a club or society at Queen’s is the perfect opportunity to meet new people, keep up your interest in a passion or, even better, to find a brand new one you never knew you had!
With over 200 clubs, all of them student-led, there’s something for everyone. See the full A-Z list of clubs.
The largest group of clubs at Queen’s is sports; and no wonder with our state-of-the-art fitness facilities offering the perfect place to practice all sports imaginable, from Tennis to Taekwondo.
If you’re worried its all about football and rugby then fear not; Queen’s has an incredibly diverse list of sports clubs available to join. In fact we have 10 combat sport clubs alone, including Brazilian Ju Jitsu, Aikido, Wado Ryu (it’s a form of karate!) and good old fashioned boxing.
If team sports are more your thing then you’re in luck. Queen’s has teams in soccer, rugby, basketball and hockey for both men and women. On top of that there are clubs for all gaelic sports, including Gaelic Football (Men and Ladie’s), Hurling, Camogie and Handball.
Whether its in or on the water we boast a great selection in all water sports, including sailing, surfing, the boat club and for the more adventurous, underwater hockey!
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Always wanted to try sky-diving? Fancy furthering your interest in music and movies? Want to express some passionate views on global economic or environmental issues? With over 200 clubs and societies, you’re bound to find something that suits you. Not only will you be getting to meet new people who share a common interest, you’ll also be enhancing your employability!
Find a list of Clubs & Societies by clicking here