Southampton University has a Men's team and a Ladies' team entering BUCS and playing a variety of friendlies, offering a full fixture list and opportunity for players of all abilities to compete and learn. Out of the pool we also offer a great socials, encompassing everyone's enjoyments. Our sessions are: WEDNESDAY: 7-8pm (Women) 8-9pm (Men) THURSDAY: 8-9PM (Swim lane) SUNDAY: 8-9pm(Men) 9-10pm (Women)

The Southampton University Water Polo Club is a well-established university club and has been since its formation in 1936. No experience to join is necessary as we welcome players of all abilities. It is the opportunity to try a new sport, improve fitness or improve existing skills if you are a seasoned player. The Men’s and Ladies’ teams enter into British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) and Hampshire Leagues. Outside the pool, socials vary from bar crawls to more formal (but still great fun) events where we celebrate our successes!

We train at the Jubilee Sports Centre at these times: 

  • WEDNESDAY: 7-8pm Women's , 8-9pm Men's
  • THURSDAY: 8-9pm (1 swim lane)
  • SUNDAY: 8-9pm Men's, 9-10pm Women's

There is also additional 1st team training (those who are eligible will be invited) at these times and locations with Southampton City Water Polo Club:

  • MONDAY: 8-10pm- Women's - Winchester 
  • TUESDAY: 8-9:15pm - Men's - Southampton Quays
  • THURSDAY: 8:30-10:05 - Men's- Winchester 

We’re one of the most sociable and inclusive clubs at Southampton University. If you’re looking for a way to meet new people, have fun and get fit, give us a go!

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The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Water Polo this year are:

Antonia Neild
Events and Wellbeing Secretary
Adam Draper
Fixtures Secretary
Lucia Ciardo
Kit Secretary
Katie Magill
Ladies' 1st Team Capatain
Daniel Ammon
Men's 1st Team Captain
Alexander Wilmshurst
President
James Popple
Social Secretary
Georgia Skelton
Social Secretary
Nathan Dimond
Treasurer
Rhia Perks
Vice-President

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Membership Information

These are the current membership fees offered by Water Polo, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.

Please note that some memberships of this group may also require you to purchase Sport & Wellbeing membership from the University of Southampton in order to use the relevant sport facilities
You must be a member of the Students' Union to join a club or society
NameCostValid PeriodDetails
Year Membership£85.0003/10/2022 - 31/08/2023This is a full club membership for the year. This membership provides full access to all training, matches, events, and socials. The cost covers match fees, training equipment, travel costs, and training costs. *Please note club kit is not included in this membership, but is completely optional*
Half Year Membership£45.0003/01/2023 - 31/08/2023Membership for the second semester only. This membership provides full access to all training, matches, events, and socials only for Semester 2. The cost covers match fees, training equipment, travel costs, and training costs. *Please note club kit is not included in this membership, but is completely optional*
Social Membership£10.0003/10/2022 - 31/08/2023Access to socials only. This covers the cost of venue hire and some food and drinks.
Placement Membership£45.0003/10/2022 - 31/08/2023For students on placement who will be missing at least half of training sessions. Access to matches, training, socials, and events. *Club kit is not included, but is completely optional*

Constitution

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Health & Safety

All clubs & societies are required to risk assess their activity to ensure it is carried out in a safe manner for members. Current risk assessments for Water Polo are available to view below