Caius has a strong sporting tradition and graduates are encouraged to take full advantage of the excellent facilities the College has to offer. The beautiful playing fields on Barton Road are home to Caius’s football, rugby, netball and cricket teams in addition to housing squash and tennis courts, available for play all year round. The main College website has plenty of information sports at Caius.
We consistently perform strongly in intercollegiate competition, with graduates playing major roles in recent successes. Whatever your sport, or your ability, Caius has a team for you. Or should you prefer to move to the beat of your own drum, there is also a well-equipped gym at Harvey Court available to all students for an annual fee of £10, administered by the Head Porter at Harvey Court.
In addition to formal sport, the Sport Officers organise numerous events throughout the year, for sports-aficionado and amateurs alike.
Caius Boat Club is the largest Sports team in Caius, with more freshers starting rowing than any other sport or club, and holds a strong position as one of the fastest Rowing teams in Cambridge. We pride ourselves on taking students from their first strokes all the way to representing the university. Anyone is welcome to row for Caius, so please find out more about getting involved! If you already row, and are thinking of applying to Caius then contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information and advice.
Caius Boat Club is well funded and runs a large boathouse on the River Cam, containing top of the range racing shells, a fully equipped weight lifting gym and host of other fitness equipment. The club also hosts the college’s fireworks night, runs the boatie cocktails, swaps regularly with the boat clubs of other colleges and runs the termly Boat Club Dinners. For more information, visit the Boat Club website: http://www.caiusboatclub.org/.
Sports and Societies
For a complete list of recognised sport clubs, academic and non-academic societies with contact details for 2016/17, visit the Gonville and Caius Students’ Union website: