Sport and Recreation

Kellogg alumni John Carter lifting the trophy at the 2013 Varsity Match, Twickenham Stadium. Photo: Matt Henderson.

Kellogg alumnus John Carter lifting the trophy at the 2013 Varsity Match, Twickenham Stadium. Photo: Matt Henderson.

Taking part in any form of physical activity or recreational pursuit can help improve your fitness and general well-being. Research shows that physical activity can boost your self-esteem, improve sleep quality and energy levels, as well as helping to reduce any feelings of stress. Taking part in some form of physical activity during your time at Kellogg College can also be a good way to meet people and make friends. There are many sporting activities – both competitive and recreational – for you to take part in whilst you are in Oxford.

Sport at Kellogg College

We have a close affiliation with Christ Church Boat Club enabling Kellogg students (men and women) the opportunity to row during your time at Oxford whether you are a beginner or experienced rower. Kellogg students row in the Christ Church boats for intercollegiate competitions but if you are chosen to row in the University boat, you will be listed as representing Kellogg College.

We offer financial support to students for membership to University sports teams and funding for sports equipment purchases for use by Kellogg students. Further information, along with application forms, can be found here.

To find out more about sport at Kellogg College, including information about Kellogg team sports and access to sporting facilities, please email sports@kellogg.ox.ac.uk