• Can the University of Nottingham repeat last season’s success in American Football?

    The NFL is often associated with smashing tackles, incredible throws and athletic players, but the actual understanding of the rules and tactics is often missed. It is a rapidly growing sport universally, and it is about time that we profiled the success and the hard work of our current and...
  • Can the Green and Golds come back with a bang in 2018/19?

    Here at the University of Nottingham we have a long sporting heritage, being one of the founding institutions of the inter-varsity competition now known as BUCS, and having finished in the top 10 of the university leagues for more than 30 years. Our sporting greats have gone on to...
  • Nottingham MoRun

    Amongst its many charms, Nottingham is a very active and sporty city, both for students and for locals. With the Robin Hood Marathon fast approaching us on Sunday 30th September, there is also the upcoming Nottingham MoRun. Fun runs are the perfect way to get fit and have fun,...
  • Looking for a new sport? You’re at the right place

    As the University of Nottingham prepares for another exciting year of sport, with all the teams entering their pre-season training, there are plenty of sports to get stuck into this academic year. Whilst the likes of football, netball and rugby are often seen as the most popular sports and...
  • Cash “looking forward” to next season under Karanka

    Midfielder Matty Cash says Nottingham Forest have a big future under Aitor Karanka, and the pair spoke recently about how the remaining games of the current campaign can be used to build a strong promotion challenge in 2018/19. Speaking ahead of Saturday’s trip to face play-off chasing Sheffield United,...
  • UoN Basketball seal title with Cambridge comeback

    UoN men’s 1s Basketball sealed the BUCS Midlands 1A title with a 66-56 victory over the University of Cambridge on Wednesday night at Jubilee Campus, continuing an excellent campaign in coach Mindaugas Janiska’s first season in charge. The Green and Gold had to fight hard for their victory, struggling...
  • Ben Brereton proves Karanka right as he continues to shoulder greater goalscoring burden at Forest

    Ben Brereton proved his manager right on Saturday, when he curved in Forest’s fifth goal in stoppage time against QPR. Prior to making the trip to Loftus Road, Aitor Karanka had labelled the youngster as a “strong character” as the striker begins to take on greater responsibility for goal...