Southampton University Medics Football Club (AKA The Roosters) is a club that enjoys putting in big performances both on and off the pitch. Our 1st team compete at a high standard against other universities in the BUCS league and our 2nd team play other societies within the university in the intramural league. We also compete against other medical schools in NAMS competitions We cater for all abilities ranging from a couple of semi-pro players to those with two left feet that just want to have some fun. Joining The Roosters is a great way to meet like-minded people and make friends. The Roosters have players from 1st year through to 5th year with occasional appearances from doctors. The club therefore serves as an excellent way to gain insightful advice and quickly get to grips with the course. So if you’re a keen footballer or if you just fancy getting involved in the social side of it all please come and find us at the bun fight or contact us at Football training: Training Days @ Wide Lane: Tuesday 6-8 pm, Thursday 8-9 pm Events this year: BUCS matches, NAMS competitions, 2 Varsities, Intramural games, Tour and plenty of socials.

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The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Roosters (Football) this year are:

Thomas Hughes
1st Team Captain
Badr Squali Houssaini
1st Team Vice-Captain
Harry Lowe
2nd Team Captain
Samuel Huck
2nd Team Vice-Captain
George Charalambous
Thomas Hughes
Social Media Secretary
Joseph Pickett
Social Secretary
Alex Hutchison
Tournament Secretary
Arjun Samra
Vice President
Abhishek Chandra
Welfare Secretary

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