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Oxford University Women's Association Football Club is the elite ladies' football (AKA soccer) squad of the University of Oxford. It is open to all students of the University and its affiliated institutions. It is part of OUAFC , one of the oldest football clubs in the world (founded in 1872).

We have two teams which compete regularly in BUSA Leagues: the 1st XI, known as the Blues, and the 2nd XI, otherwise known as the Furies. Each also has its own Varsity match, the annual contest between Oxford and Cambridge.

Latest News

Latest Scores

28/02/2009 Cambridge University 1sts 0-2 Blues (Varsity)
28/02/2009 Cambridge University 2nds 1sts 0-1 Furies  (Varsity)
11/03/2009 Furies 0-0 Cambridge University 1sts  (BUCS MIDW2B)

Training Times - HT 2009

Posted 23rd January 2009

Please note that training times have changed this term, with the Friday fitness session moved to Thursday night, at Iffley Road, from 8pm-9pm.

New Web-site

Posted 23rd January 2009

Although this web-site will continue to be used and updated regularly,, OUWAFC has now joined OUAFC at www.ouafc.com. This site allows all players - whether college or university players - to register, and has many functions that this site is unable to provide.

All players are encouraged to register on this site by going to www.ouafc.com/register.

Should you have any questions or comments about this, please do not hesitate to contact the webmaster.

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Join Us

Trials 2008 is over now. If you would like to join in the university team,  you could email the club president  to express your interest, or you could talk to some one you know who is already in the team, or you can simply come down to one of our training sessions. Training times for the 2008/09 season are as follows:

Monday
7:30-9am Blues; 8:30-10am Furies
University Club Sports Ground, Mansfield Road

Thursday - Circuits
8-9pm All players
Iffley Road Sports Centre, Athletics Track

Saturday
9-11:30am
Women's Blues Sports Ground, Marston

For matches, BUSA leagues are usually on Wednesday afternoons, and friendly matches usually on Saturdays. Current members of the team can go to OUWAFC facebook group (if you don't yet have a facebook account you can register one in a few steps)

College Football

Several members of the OUWAFC committee are also responsible for organising the inter-college football competitions. These are the University of Oxford's version of inter-mural contests. All students are a member of one of its colleges, of which there are more than 35, and most have a team which any member of that college may join. There is also a team open to both staff members and those postdoctoral researchers without any college affiliation.

During the regular season (Michaelmas and Hilary Terms) there are concurrent League and Cuppers (Cup) competitions, while a 5-a-side competition is held at the start of Trinity Term.

For more information, including details of how to join a team (whether your own college has one or not), please check out the College Football teams section of the site.