UniSport Australia (UniSport) is the peak governing body of university sport in Australia. They promote and foster the importance of university sport as an integral part of university life at 43 member universities, who collectively represent more than one million students nationwide.
With more than 40 sports in national championship format, UniSport hosts some of the largest and most highly anticipated university sporting competitions in the Australian sporting calendar and represent the pinnacle of student-athlete participation nationally.
Due to COVID restriction in Victoria, Varsity Sport has been put on hold until a clear decision can be made on competition events.
We are hopeful Melbourne Universities will be able to host ‘Southern Games’ style event 23rd – 25th Nov in the following sports:
We will update this webpage as decisions are made.
If you are interested in competing in any of these team, please contact the Team Organiser for the respective sport on the SEARCH SPORTS HERE link above.
|21-24 April||Sydney, NSW||Athletics|
|29-30 April||Canberra, ACT||3x3 Basketball|
|13-16 May||Sydney, NSW||Swimming|
|20-24 June||CANCELLED||Indigenous Nationals|
|9-12 August||CANCELLED||T20 Cricket|
|25 Sep - 1 Oct||CANCELLED||Multi-sport|
View the full UniSport Australia event calendar here.
The Big Blue encapsulates the sporting rivalry between Victoria’s two largest Universities: Monash and Melbourne.
Rivals on and off the sporting field, the matches are played at Monash’s Clayton Campus or Melbourne’s Parkville Campus during Semester and offer a chance for students to represent their University in a local and competitive setting, at no cost.
A winner is declared at the conclusion of Semester 2 when the head-to-head results are tallied up.
|TBC||Melbourne||Table Tennis M|
|TBC||Melbourne||Table Tennis W|
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