Learn about all things DUSA sport and find something that is just right for you.
Sport is a great way to make friends and stay active while at uni. As a Deakin student, you can get involved in a range of social and competitive sporting activities.
Want to keep updated on upcoming sport opportunities?
Come along and try a new sport or meet a sport club for a friendly game. No experience is necessary, and these sessions are held throughout the year. Check the event calendar below for an upcoming session.
These one-day sport events are open to all Deakin students. Spend the day playing some social sport while meeting other Deakin students. Check the event calendar below for an upcoming event.
Joining a DUSA sport club is a great way to meet other students and stay active all year. Most clubs hold weekly sessions or matches and are student focused. Check out the full list of DUSA sport clubs at the bottom of this page and contact them directly with enquiries.
In addition to our DUSA sporting clubs, DUSA also have a number of partner community sporting clubs. These clubs actively foster student involvement in their club. Follow the links below to find out more about them:
The Deakin Dragons are the representative sporting team of Deakin University that compete against other universities. Trials are generally held in Trimester 1 for carnival events held throughout the year. Register your interest to represent the university in your sport and become a Deakin Dragon!
Sport Ambassadors are volunteer student leaders that help promote sport participation at Deakin. They are from all fields of study and assist with event coordination, media/communications, and sport support. Applications for the 2023 program are now open.
The Deakin on-campus fitness centres, sport facilities, social comps, and online health programs are operated by DeakinACTIVE. Head on over to the DeakinACTIVE website for more details.
Don’t see what you’re looking for?
Let us know what sports you’re interested in to help us start new clubs and organise events.
For sport development enquiries
contact Daniel Waters here.