RMIT v UTS Derby

RMIT University take on the University of Technology Sydney in a festival of sport to prove Melbourne reigns supreme in everything sport.

The inaugural RMIT v UTS Derby is coming to Melbourne and we want our loud and proud RMIT spectators to come and support the Redbacks as they take on the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) at home for the Melbourne fixture of The Derby.

Fan can expect a vibrant and inclusive environment with a wide range of sports happening on the one day including Tennis, Futsal, Netball and Basketball at the state of the art Sports Centre and Bundoora Sports precinct; it truly will be a festival of sport. 

Be part of the best university sport spectacle and Sydney/Melbourne rivalry, let's prove we are the best city after all and take out the trophy on our home turf with your support.

The schedule

Time Game Location
10.30am Tennis M and W RMIT Sport Centre – Tennis Courts
11am Basketball M RMIT Sport Centre – Court 4
11am Netball X RMIT Sport Centre – Court 2
11am Futsal W RMIT Sport Centre – Court 3
12pm Futsal M RMIT Sport Centre – Court 3
1pm Basketball W RMIT Sport Centre – Court 4

*M = Men, W = Women, X = Mixed

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