Leagues & Tournaments
Kent Sport is keen to encourage everyone to get active and take part in sport. Our Sports Development Team provide students, staff and Kent Sport members with the opportunity to compete in friendly, organised, recreational sport and are continually developing and extending the sports on offer.
Intra Mural Sport
Inter College Cup - Click to open up the text
The Inter College Cup is a multi-event sports competition aimed at students at the University of Kent, and played between the five colleges that make up the Canterbury campus. Click here for further details.
Racket Leagues & Ladders - Click to open up the text
The racket leagues and ladders offer players of all standards an opportunity to play other players of a similar standard at their own convenience. Ladders are available in Badminton, Squash, and Tennis and there is no limit to the amount of leagues and/or ladders you can join. Click here for further details
Mixed Dodgeball - Click to open up the text
Mixed Dodgeball has a maximum number of 6 players per team on court at any one time, the main objective of each team is to eliminate all members of the opposing team.
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SoccerZone - Click to open up the text
SoccerZone are the campus based 5-a-side football leagues played every Friday between 12pm and 5pm. There are 5 leagues of 8 teams starting every quarter past the hour. Click here for full details
Mixed Rounders - Click to open up the text
A school favourite, teams play with a maximum of 9 players, with two women on the pitch at all times. Both teams have two innings of batting and fielding. Click here for full details
Vice Chancellor's Cup - Click to open up the text
The VC's cup is an inter-departmental staff competition for all abilities which runs throughout the year. A variety of sports and challenges take place during vacation times including: dodgeball, netball, school sports day, rounders, bat & trap, racket sports and a pub quiz. Click here for full details
Kent Amateur Football League
The Kent Amateur Football league, or KAFL as it is more commonly known, was set up by students with the focus on inclusion and increased participation in 11-a-side football on campus. Click here for full details
Kent Sport offers you the opportunity to compete in friendly, organised sporting tournaments and leagues.