Sport and fitness

Get active with gyms and fitness facilities on campus, make friends through social sport and clubs, or represent RMIT at a national level.

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Sport and fitness clubs

From futsal to ultimate frisbee, cricket to cue sports, dodgeball to dragon boating – there's an RMIT club for just about every active interest.

Bundoora Sports Centre cycle studio

On-campus gyms and fitness

  • Bundoora Sport Centre – Quality indoor and outdoor sports facilities and services, including tennis and squash courts, full-size football oval, athletics track and gym
  • Melbourne City Baths (City campus) – A complete health and well being centre including a gym, pool, spa, sauna, cycle studio, outdoor training deck and group fitness classes
Students playing netball.

Weekly social sport (City campus)

Get active and have fun with social basketball, futsal, volleyball, lacrosse and more, every week Tuesday to Thursday at A'Beckett St City Courts (behind Building 80).

Student getting a Sparta scan.

Sparta Science – Movement scans and plans

Step onto our Sparta Movement Health Platform to discover how your body uniquely moves and get a free personalised, evidence-based movement scan and exercise plan. Available at City and Bundoora campuses.

Esports and gaming

Esports and Games Club

RMIT Esports and Games Club hosts free nightly gaming opportunities, open to all. To play or find out more, go to the RMIT Discord – Once on the discord, go to the channel called Permission request and click the game icon/symbol of the game you're there to play, then join the correlating voice channel.

Gaming space at City campus

A dedicated gaming space is open to all members of the RMIT community.

Gaming Space – City campus, Building 12, level 4, room 108 (9am-5pm Mon-Fri)

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Male student in red jacket sitting at desk with male student in leather jacket, looking at laptop.
Male student in red jacket sitting at desk with male student in leather jacket, looking at laptop.

Elite sports

Redback mascots Rupert and Ruby pose with a group of students.

RMIT Redbacks

The RMIT Redbacks are the sport collective of RMIT. All of our national and social sports teams are called the Redbacks – there's a Redbacks basketball team, Redbacks tennis players and even Rupert and Ruby, our eight-legged Redback spider mascots! If you're part of the RMIT sport community – as a player or a fan – you're a Redback too!

Connect with RMIT Sport

RMIT Sport Instagram

RMIT Sport Facebook

RMIT Sport Twitter

RMIT Sport YouTube

This service receives funding from SSAF

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Acknowledgement of Country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business - Artwork 'Luwaytini' by Mark Cleaver, Palawa.