Clubs and Societies
Bangor offers free membership of all its Students’ Union Clubs and Societies. Find out more on the Students’ Union website...
Clubs and Societies
Bangor has over 150 clubs and societies on offer so there’s bound to be something to your taste!
Bangor English Drama Society (BEDS)
BEDS offers students who are interested in drama and the theatre an opportunity to develop their talents and take part in productions.
The Tennis Club is open to students of all abilities. Training sessions are held at Canolfan Brailsford and there are also socials every week for members.
Make the most of Bangor's coastal location by joining the windsurf club!
Photography Society (PhotoSoc)
PhotoSoc is open to all students who have an interest in photography - whether you're using your phone or a state-of-the-art DSLR camera, there's a warm welcome for you in the society.
Serendipity Clubs and Societies Fair
At Serendipity you get the chance to join our Students’ Union’s Clubs and Societies. Membership is free and there’s around 150 amazing clubs & societies to choose from! Rhys Taylor, the Bangor SU president tells us more...
Serendipity – Athletic Union
We chat to Nicola Pye – Vice President for Sport and Healthy Living – at the Serendipity Fair to find out more about the Athletic Union...
Watch this video about Bangor University Tennis Club, as they tell us what they get up to and how you can get involved.
Some of the Women's Basketball Team talk about how often they meet up to train for the sport.
Members of the university's English language student newspaper talk about how student can get involved..
Bangor’s Quidditch Club is growing in popularity – not surprising considering that many people compare the Main University Building to Hogwarts!
BangorTV talks to the members of Sub Aqua to find out what they get up to.
Bangor University Netball Club
Rebecca, the netball club captain, tells us what they get up to and how you can get involved.
The Students for Treborth Action Group are one of the 150+ free clubs and societies at Bangor. Al tells us more about the society...
Members of Bangor’s Ultimate Frisbee team talk to BangorTv.
Women’s Gaelic Football
Want to try something new? Why not join the Women’s Gaelic Football team at Bangor?
Bangor University Boxing Club
The Bangor Boxing Club is growing in popularity, two of the club members tell us more...
Bangor University Canoe Club
Bangor is the perfect location for outdoor pursuits. Find out what the Canoe Club get up to...
Want to get involved in radio? StormFM is the society for you! Caryl explains...
Bangor University Mountain Biking Club
There are some fantastic mountain biking locations around Bangor – the mountain biking club tell us more...
Bangor University Surfing
The Surf club is open to new and experienced members – and with miles of coastline surrounding Bangor, there are plenty of opportunites to hit the waves!
With a mix of dancing and gymnastics, and three different squads, cheerleading is open to anyone who wants to give it a try.
Bangor Muddogs – American Football
If you fancy an alternative to rugby, Bangor Muddogs could be for you!
Bangor University Comedy Club
If you’re budding stand-up or if you just fancy a laugh, why not join Bangor Comedy Club?
Bangor University Lacrosse Club
Josh and Elliot tell us about the University Lacrosse Club, which is growing in popularity.
Ultimate Frisbee at Bangor University
The Ultimate Frisbee Club at Bangor University, or the Reservoir Discs as they’re also known, recently took part in a tournament in Aberystwyth. We don’t even know how well they did in the competition...so it’s clearly not the winning that’s important, but the taking part!!