*** Student champs 2017, 3rd place 2018 ***
Do you like team sports, challenging games and days outdoors?
Welcome to the wonderful world of paintball, where getting up at 8 in the morning so you can get shot at by angry people is just part of the fun! It's exhilarating, competitive and an amazing team experience.
The club aims to make paintball of all sorts accessible to everyone. Whether you want to play hardcore 5v5 tourney-ball or enjoy a fun day in the woods playing capture the flag, we aim to please.
The big event of the year is Student Cup, where universities from all over the country send their best teams to compete in a 5v5 event. Southampton has finished on the podium a bunch of times, and last year we won the whole event! Come along and help us keep our crown.
These are the current membership plans offered by Paintball, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.
Year Membership (365 Days) (£20) The membership enables the members to take part in the activities offered by the society. This being a join society between Paintball and Airsoft, a member can participate in both sports with one membership. In addition, in enables the member, after fulfilling the necessary requirements, to become a member of the governing bodies of both sports.
This Years Committee
All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Paintball this year are:
Thomas Walker Kit Secretary
George Elliott-Hunter Marketing Secretary
Jason Attwood President
Jack James President
Bradley Lepley Secretary
Marian Daogaru Treasurer
If you've got any questions or want to find out more, either email the group directly, or fill in the form below:
Our vision is to see a thriving humanist community in the university. We aim to support and represent atheist and humanist students; promote the understanding of humanist approaches to life and ethics; and to organise and join campaigns that will promote human rights and equality for the non-religious.We exist to provide a context for the non-religious to meet like-minded individuals at University, so that we can make friends and hopefully learn from each other. While we all, essentially, share a lack of belief in god(s), there are likely to be many points on which we disagree, so there is scope for all kinds of interesting discussion to take place.