UCL Boat Club

At UCLBC we welcome athletes of all experiences; from those who’ve never touched a boat in their life to those who’ve rowed since before they could walk. We believe it’s important to make the most of university and so encourage not only the physical side of the training but also offer great social opportunities to enjoy all aspects of student life. Rowing is a greatly exciting sport and community and we’d love to have you join us!

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Join UCLBC

At UCLBC we have squads of Seniors and Novices. If you are a serious rower looking to compete at the UK’s most prestigious races and regattas then contact our Senior captains and come along to our preseason training camp. However, if you’ve never rowed before and but want to try your hand at it then our novice squad beckons! Moreover, we recently started a new Casual (get link) squad for those who would like to row in a non-competitive way!

It’s not just rowers that can find a home at UCLBC, coxes too are much in demand. A unique way to be part of a sports club while at university with opportunities to develop and learn alongside your crew with the chance to make a big contribution to racing and even win medals.

If you are interested in joining UCLBC then please don’t hesitate to get in touch by either filling out the form below, or emailing one of the captains.

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Contact us

Should you need to contact us by post, our address is the following:

University College London Boat Club
Students’ Union UCL
25 Gordon Street
London
WC1H 0AY

Please feel free to get in touch with any of our committee members with any questions or queries you may have via email.

For general information please contact uclbcpresident@gmail.com.

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