Below is a listing of all Brantford based clubs. For Waterloo based clubs, see the Waterloo Club Directory.
Laurier Brantford’s Cheerleading Club is a newly growing team that is comprised of 20+ dedicated athletes each year. These athletes are skillful in stunting, jumping, tumbling and choreography which enables them to show off their hard work at provincial and national competitions nearing the end of the school year. Weekly practices and frequent fundraisers are held throughout the year. The Cheerleading Club is always looking for new, enthusiastic talent each year. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Figure Skating Club
A new club started in 2014, Laurier Brantford’s Figure Skating Club is for students who are interested in continuing with their figure skating in a non-competitive environment. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
KAOS Dance Team
Laurier Brantford’s KAOS Dance Team offers both a competitive and recreational team. They compete against other universities at three different competitions throughout the year. The team trains in the styles of Jazz, Tap, Lyrical, Hip-Hop and Contemporary. All students are welcome to come support our dance team at our showcase in February. Auditions for KAOS Dance Team will take place in the second week of the Fall Term. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Powderpuff Football Club
Women’s Powderpuff Football is looking forward to kicking off another season. The Powderpuff Club is a women’s flag football team that competes in a number of university hosted tournaments throughout the year. This club is open to participants of all activity levels and skills. Sign up sessions will be held in mid-October. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A new club started in 2014, Run Laurier is a club open to all students at all skill and activity levels. Meet up with the group on a weekly basis for group runs. Meet new people, improve your running and discover Brantford. Walk, Jog, Run Laurier! Contact email@example.com for more information.
In order to inquire about starting a new sport club, please the Sport Club Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
How many members does a sport club require?
In order to form a Sport Club, you must present a minimum of 10 names. All 10 members must be active in club meetings, club fundraising initiatives and club events. Ideally, each club will have more than 10 members + contribute back to the larger WLU community via campus events and/or activities.
What is required from each member in terms of commitment & involvement?
Each club is required to delegate an executive team consisting of a Club President and atleast one otherexecutive member (ie. Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Marketing Coordinator, etc). As a general club member, your requirements are assigned by the club officials in terms of hours of commitment per week/month/term, as well, what role you will serve on the club executive. The club exists to provide opportunity for engagement, interaction and opportunity for those within and outside the club structure. Basically, what you put into the club will dictate your time commitment to the club.
Who do I contact to form a sport club OR ask a question?
Rylee Barber is the 2016/2017 Sport Club Coordinator. She can be reached at the Wilkes House Recreation Centre, or by email at email@example.com.
Where is Wilkes House Recreation Centre?
Wilkes House is located at 119-121 Darling Street. Most easily accessible via that RCW Courtyard. See our Hours of Operation before visiting.
Wilkes House Recreation Centre
119-121 Darling St
Brantford, ON N3T 2Y3
Rear of Wilkes House Residence Building
Hawk Desk: (519) 756-8228 x5728
See Hours of Operation