QUT Sport's flagship programs provide a range of opportunities for community partners and sporting organisations to make a difference in the lives of our students.
Help the QUT Tigers contest intervarsity, national and community events, including the National University Championships, Indigenous Nationals and Nationals League of Legends.
QUT offers a range of sport and recreational clubs for social play and competitions, and clubs are open to both students and members of the community.
QUT is a proud member of the Elite Athlete Friendly University (EAFU) program. As a member, we support athletes in balancing study loads and exams with sporting commitments.
Latest in sport
Researchers studying the impact of fatigue on athletic performance have developed prototype software that can enable coaches to predict when elite athletes will be too fatigued to perform at their best.
Robotronica, QUT's all-day, all-ages robotics and technology festival, returns to Gardens Point 18 August 2019!
QUT sports field
Our soccer and sports field is a state-of-the-art complex with a LigaTurf football field, Spurtan athletics track, seminar room and associated amenities.Explore the complex
Kelvin Grove pool and gym
The YMCA Fitness and Aquatic Centre at Kelvin Grove features a heated indoor pool and fully equipped gym spaces, all open to the public.Discover the campus facilities
We launched Australia's first university esports program in 2017 with a purpose-built esports arena at our Gardens Point campus.Game on for esports
Gardens Point pool and gym
Our Gardens Point aquatic centre features a 50m FINA approved indoor pool, as well as open plan gym spaces with new equipment and functional training spaces.Discover the campus facilities
Sport study and innovation
Be a part of a more progressive, collaborative approach to research, and discover our sports related research opportunities.
Sports study and interest areas
We are one of the first university programs in Australia to offer a clear pathway to careers as an accredited exercise scientist or accredited sports scientist.
'QUT Sport has exposed me to many opportunities that develop me not only as an athlete but also personally and professionally. Being a part of QUT Sport has been the best decision that I have ever made.'
Gabriella Anderson, QUT Nationals Div. 2 mixed netball team manager and Bachelor of Laws (Honour) student
'If you are looking to improve your game, join or create a team, or maybe just meet a whole bunch of new friends, QUT esports is the number one place to be on campus.'
Marcellus Hinds-Meyer, Esports volunteer and Bachelor of Creative Industries/Bachelor of Business student