Notts Varsity

 

 

About the series

Every year, Nottingham becomes the stage for some of the greatest sporting scenes ever to grace this fine country. The annual Nottingham Varsity Series sees the Trent Army face Nottingham Uni in a variety of sporting events at a number of Nottingham's most prestigious sporting venues.

As well as firm favourites such as Ice Hockey, Football and Basketball, we have added new two new Super Wednesday events which will showcase even more sport across both university campuses. 

 

Series score

Trent 6 - 10 UoN

 

2016 Fixtures

Friday 22nd April

Ladies and Men’s Basketball
Wheelchair Basketball showcase

Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Buy Tickets In Advance
Standard ticket at £7 (plus booking fee)
Courtside ticket at £10 (plus booking fee)

Wednesday 27th April

UoN Super Wednesday!
Various locations
Free Entry

Friday 29th April

American Football
Doors Open: 5:30pm
Kick Off: 6:30pm
Venue: Lady Bay, NG2 5AA
Entry: £3 on the door or Free with a season ticket wristband!

Saturday 30th April

Swimming
University of Nottingham Sports Centre Pool
Start time: 2pm
Free Entry 

Sunday 1st May

Rugby Union

Lady Bay
Doors open: 12pm
Women's Rugby Start: 1pm
Men's Rugby Start: 3.30pm

 

Wednesday 4th May

NTU Super Wednesday!

Rowing: 10:30 – 11:30am (Trent Bridge)

Karate: 12 – 2pm (Lee Westwood Sports Centre, Clifton campus)

Table Tennis: 1 – 2:30pm (Lee Westwood Sports Centre, Clifton campus)

Squash: 2 – 4:30pm (Lee Westwood Sports Centre, Clifton campus)

Ultimate Frisbee: 3 – 4pm (Lee Westwood Sports Centre, Clifton campus)

Ladies Lacrosse: 3 – 4:30pm (Lee Westwood Sports Centre, Clifton campus)

Badminton: 4:30 – 7:30pm (Lee Westwood Sports Centre, Clifton campus)

Horseball: 6 – 8pm (Bunny Hill Riding Centre, LE12 6XN)

Thai Boxing: 6pm (The Forum, NG1 4AA)

Free Entry (all events)

 

Thursday 5th May

Ice Hockey
Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Doors: 6pm
Start time: 7:15pm
SOLD OUT

Friday 6th May

Hockey
Highfields Hockey Centre, Beeston Fields
Doors: 3.30pm
Women's start time: 4pm
Men's start time: 6pm
£3 entry

Netball
UON Campus
Doors 7.30pm
Start 8pm
£3 entry

Monday 9th May

Football
Meadow Lane Stadium
Doors open: 4.00pm
Women's start: 4.30pm
Men's start: 7.30pm
Entry closes: 8.15pm
Buy Tickets In Advance
Standard ticket £5 (plus booking fee)
Limited availability on the door

Tuesday 10th May

Volleyball
Lee Westwood Sports Centre, Clifton Campus
Women's start time: 4:30pm
Men's start time: 7pm
Free Entry 

Wednesday 11th May

Futsal
Jubilee Sports Centre
Free Entry

Thursday 12th May

Rugby League & Men's Lacrosse
Lady Bay Stadium
Doors: 5pm
Lacrosse start time: 5:30pm
Rugby League start time: 7pm
Pay on the door at event - £3 entry

Friday 13th May

Cricket
Clifton Campus cricket pitch
4pm start
Free entry

 

Ticket information

Tickets for the hotly anticipated 2016 Nottingham Varsity Series will be available to purchase online from 10am on Monday 22nd February 2016.

 

Tickets will be available for:

Premium Season Ticket - £25 (plus booking fee)

This includes the Season Ticket Wristband which guarantees entry to Ice Hockey, Basketball and Football, as well as entry to all other sporting events on a first come first served basis. The Premium also includes this year’s Varsity T-shirt and foam finger to show your support for the Trent Army.

Season Ticket - £20 (plus booking fee)

This includes the Season Ticket Wristband which guarantees entry to Ice Hockey, Basketball and Football, as well as entry to all other sporting events on a first come first served basis. SOLD OUT.

Ice Hockey - £10 (plus booking fee)

SOLD OUT.

Basketball - £7 (plus booking fee)

Standard entry ticket

Limited courtside tickets will be available at £10 (plus booking fee)

Football - £5 (plus booking fee)

Standard entry ticket

 

Important information

You must be signed into the website to purchase a ticket online.

 

If you are not a student and wish to attend a match you can pay on the door for Football, American Football, Rugby Union, Rugby League, Lacrosse and Cricket.

 

A limited number of tickets for the general public are available directly from the Motorpoint Arena for the Ice Hockey and Basketball events.

 

If you are an Alumni student and wish to purchase a ticket online, please create a non-student account on this website and email your full name, old N number or alumni ID (if known) and current email address to info@su.ntu.ac.uk to be added to the system. Once this process is completed you will be able to purchase tickets through the website when signed into your guest account.

 

If you are a Nottingham Trent University staff member and wish to purchase a ticket online, please create a guest log in at www.trentstudents.org and email your full name from your work email account to info@su.ntu.ac.uk to be added to the system. Once this process is completed you will be able to purchase tickets through the website when signed into your guest account.

 

Ticket collection points will be arranged for each campus: City, Clifton and Brackenhurst. When you purchase your ticket you will be asked to select which campus you would prefer to collect from.

 

Tickets are not available to buy from the Box Office.

 

Check back here and keep an eye on Facebook for full information on this years series! #NottsVarsity

 

The nominated charity partner for the 2016 Varsity series is Notts County FC’s Football in the Community

Football in the Community are an award-winning charity providing direction across Nottingham and its deprived communities through sport and education. Their projects improve people’s health, confidence and skills using the power of sport. Sports coaches specialise in delivering a wide range of fun and diverse sporting activities to participants of all backgrounds.  They work with people in the local community who are recovering from cancer, suffering with dementia, refugees, primary and secondary school children and many more groups of disadvantaged people throughout Nottinghamshire. 

Generous student volunteers will be fundraising at Varsity events to help NCFITC continue their mental-health projects that they deliver to men, women and children within the local community.  Any donations are greatly received by the charity and will make a positive impact upon the lives of local people. 

 

 

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