Football

Monday 12 March, Tooting and Mitcham FC

Doors 17:00 | Women 17:30 | Men 19:40

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TeamUCL

Men

As football varsity rolls back into The Imperial Fields stadium, spectators will be in for a treat, if the last two years are anything to go by. With UCL looking to make it three Varsity wins in a row, Kings will provide a stern test as shown by the tight league game in December.  Mascots, chants and flowing floodlit football make it an enticing spectacle - can you afford to miss out? 

Women

'With last years 8-1 victory firmly in their minds, the UCL women's football team are preparing for another big varsity. This is a different team to the one who played Kings last year but we think it is one of our strongest yet. New to UCL are Mulvaney, Brennen, Korn and Hosman. These are four freshers who know how to make an impact - the squad has been lifted further by two players who have made the transition from the 2s to the 1s, Holt and Egido. With the return of Sarah Mogg to the UCL defence from her year abroad as well, this is a team that plays amazing football and has been backing it up with results. Sitting at the top of the BUCs and LUSL leagues and with a run of 20 consecutive games unbeaten, captains Day and Taylor are ready to lead this team to another victory on March 12th.

KCLSU

Men

We have enjoyed a fantastic season so far, winning our BUCS league in the first week of February with two games to spare. A significant turnaround from a disappointing season last year. 

Our unrivalled team spirit alongside our new coach Alan Sellers have helped us put in a number of special performances, and we are looking forward to the chance to show the fans what we can do come the 12th March.

Women