Why should you join a sports club at RMIT?
Why not, when you have the chance to do something you love, make awesome friends and maybe even travel together, like in this sport clubs video?
Our most popular clubs are: outdoors, RMIT Sport Social Club, snow sports, soccer and surfing.
No matter what you choose, all our sports clubs are cheaper than what you might pay for in your community.
Over 10,000 students are involved in clubs at RMIT: just take your passion and make it happen!
Community sports clubs
Want to play competitive sport in your community?
Contact us to find out about the variety of semi-casual competitions you can join, including tennis, volleyball, basketball, futsal and more. Discounted membership rates apply.
To join the following clubs who train and compete at Bundoora's Sports Centre, please contact these clubs directly:
Mill Park Boomers (basketball, juniors)
Major League Dodgeball
Play Futsal (open and juniors)
NFL Netball Competition (women's)
Plenty Valley Netball Association (juniors)
Thomastown Netball Association (open and mixed)
Trad Netball (open and mixed).