AFL - Men's & Women's

Old Paradians Football Club and RMIT have formed an affiliation that will provide a football club for RMIT students wishing to compete in women's or men's competition in Melbourne

Aikido Club

Aikido is a modern Japanese martial art derived from jujitsu and weapons practice. It makes use of circular movements, proper timing and joint locks to off-balance, and control an attacker through effective ground pins or throws.

Basketball Club

A community, a family, that is always supporting one another growth in the sport we love.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

BJJ at RMIT for all levels!

Cheer and Dance Club

RMIT Cheer and Dance Club represents RMIT in both Cheerleading and Dance at state, national and international competitions. Come try us out!


Ctrl+ is a creative design collective at RMIT. Specialising in Communication Design, but open to all students; join us for creative workshops, industry talks, social events, and more! 🍊🎨

Cue Sports

The Cue Sports Club is back for Semester 1, 2024!

DESIGN Collective

A platform for innovative design students from all disciplines to collaborate and communicate, stay connected and get creative.

Dragon Boat Club

Dragon boating is a vastly popular water sport suitable for all ages and levels of fitness.

Funkadelics Dance Club


Futsal Club

RMIT's Inclusive & Competitive Futsal Club for All Skill Levels 🔥

Hawthorn Triathlon Club

The Hawthorn Triathlon Club (HTC) is a friendly and social triathlon and running club based at Hawthorn Aquatic & Leisure Centre (HALC). We cater for triathletes, swimmers, cyclists and runners of all ages, abilities and training levels.

Hockey Club

RMIT Hockey have men's and women's teams welcoming all players from beginners to experienced and everything in between.

International Student Sport Festival

The 2024 Victorian International Student Sport Festival will be held at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre, on Wednesday 3 and Thursday 4 July.

Karate Club

The art develops an individual with “A Sound Mind in a Sound Body” and also helps in the overall well-being integrated with discipline. The Karate Club, provides a friendly environment to practise and to develop their skills.


The RMIT University Kendo Club provides students and staff the opportunity to practice the art of Kendo in a safe and structured environment.