European Universities Championships 2017
EUSA (European University Sports Association) events are for universities that qualify from their domestic university competitions, and allow the top universities in BUCS competitions to compete against the best universities in Europe. BUCS are the EUSA member for Great Britain.
Entries to EUSA events are made as a specific university, and all entrants will represent their university in EUSA competition, as opposed to BUCS or ’Great Britain’.
EUSA events take place each year, and alternate annually between the EUSA Games (a multi-sport event) and the EUSA Championships (a series of single-sport events).
Please view the details on UK entry and qualification here
2017 EUSA Championships in BUCS sports are as follows:
|Sport||Location||Competition Dates||BUCS Semi Final Date||EUSA General Entry Date|
|Table Tennis||Olomouc, Czech Republic||June 20 -25||1 March (Men)
8 March (Women)
|Volleyball||Rzeszow, Poland||June 25 - July 2||11-12 March||15 January|
|Badminton||Ljubljana, Slovenia||June 27 - July 3||8 March||15 January|
|Futsal||Corum, Turkey||July 9- 16||TBC||15 January|
|Rowing||Subotica, Serbia||July 13-16||29 April - 1 May||15 February|
|Basketball||Miskolc, Hungary||July 16-23||11-12 March||15 February|
|Rugby 7s||Milan, Italy||July 20-23||26 April||15 February|
|Tennis||Madrid, Spain||July 23-29||8 March||15 February|
|Football||Porto, Portugal||July 23-30||8 March||15 February|
|Taekwondo*||4 - 5 March||15 February|
|July 25 - 28||17-19 February||15 February|
|Beach Volleyball||July 25 - 29||3 - 4 June||15 February|
|Water Polo||Koper, Slovenia||July 10- 16||21- 22 March||15 March|
|Golf||Liberec, Czech Republic||September 11-15||12 April||15 April|
|Chess*||Fuengirola, Spain||September 20-24||25-26 February||15 April|
Please find on the right hand side of this page historical entries from Great Britain to EUSA and a Budget Planner.
For further information, please click on the EUSA logo on the right hand side of this page.
You will find on the right hand side of this page the EUSA Regulations and Registration guides (available in due course) or contact Neil Rogers, Head of International Programmes.