There are a number of opportunities to play football while at Oxford. Football is inclusive to all genders and levels of experience, and we welcome enquiries from those with a disability regarding the accessibility of Football. The club welcomes more experienced players looking to play competitively while the college program is one of the largest in the country and gives everyone the opportunity to play, no matter what level you play at.
Our Club | Oxford University Association Football Club
Founded in 1872, and playing its first game against Radley College on 10th February of that year, Oxford University Association Football Club is one of the University’s oldest and most prestigious clubs. Oxford played in the FA Cup from 1872-1880, reaching the final five times including in its first season and winning the trophy in 1874 with a 2-0 victory over the Royal Engineers at Kennington Oval.
The club boasts 4 mens teams and 2 womens teams, all competing in BUCS competitions. The highlight of the year is the annual Varsity match with the two blues teams playing at Barnets "The Hive" Stadium.
For more detials on our club including memberships & training times please visit our club website:
For all club enquiries feel free to send us an email through the following link:
Inter-College | League & Cuppers
Football has one of the most extensive college leagues and cuppers programs at Oxford. Most colleges have multiple mens and womens teams. There are a number of divisions in JCR, MCR and Women's football. The leauge rusn throughout Michaelmas and Hilary terms, with the cuppers competition running simultaniously. The cuppers final is held at the Iffley Road Sports centre and can be a highlight for many players college football experiences. To join your college team simply talk to your college sports rep or find your college captain.