A VARSITY MATCH is a sporting fixture between two university rivals.
It is most commonly used to describe meetings between Cambridge
* 1 Varsity in England
* 1.1 Oxbridge * 1.2 London rivalries * 1.3 City rivalries
* 1.4 Regional rivalries
* 1.4.1 North East * 1.4.2 North West * 1.4.3 Yorkshire and the Humber * 1.4.4 Midlands * 1.4.5 East * 1.4.6 South East * 1.4.7 South West * 1.4.8 Northern England
* 1.5 Other
* 2 Varsity in Ireland * 3 Varsity in Scotland * 4 Varsity in Wales * 5 See also * 6 References
VARSITY IN ENGLAND
By far the country's longest-running series of varsity matches is
played between the
In recent years, city and regional sporting rivalries have developed.
The Boat Race
* King\'s College London v.
* The London Varsity - Rugby
* King\'s College London v. King\'s College London School of Medicine
* The Macadam Cup - Swimming gala, Water polo, Badminton, Squash, Hockey (men and women), Mixed fencing, Mixed tennis, Ultimate frisbee, Rugby (men and women), Netball, Lacrosse, Football (men and women) and Darts
* West London Varsity: Rugby, Football, Basketball, Netball and Cricket.
* Varsity - Rugby, Hockey, Netball, Football, Lacrosse, Basketball, Tennis
* The Arts Cup - Basketball, Football, Hockey, Netball and Rugby
* West London Varsity
* Allom Cup - Rowing
* Varsity Series (2004–present)
* Established in 1995, the Bristol Boat Race is the country's second oldest varsity boat race after the Oxbridge event.
* Leeds Varsity
* Sheffield Varsity (1996-Present) Sheffield Hallam University lead the series 10-9, whilst two competitions have ended as draws.
* White Rose Varsity (until 2011)
* The Two Cities Rugby League Challenge * The Two Cities Boat Race - Rowing
* Varsity of Leicester
* ^ http://users.ox.ac.uk/%7Equiz/comp/varsity/varsity.shtml
* ^ https://www.facebook.com/events/195591497146413/
* ^ http://www.srcf.ucam.org/cuarfc/
* ^ http://www.sport.ox.ac.uk/sport/aussie-rules/
* ^ http://www.thelondonvarsity.com/
* ^ http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/sports/varsity
* ^ http://www.gold.ac.uk/sports/varsity/
* ^ http://ulbc.co.uk/allom-cup/
* ^ http://www.leedsvarsity.com/
* ^ http://sheffieldvarsity.com
* ^ A B C Farrell, Jake (21 January 2011). "York St. John
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* ^ http://www.twocitiesboatrace.co.uk/
* ^ http://leicesterunion.com/studentgroups/varsity
* ^ http://thehullfire.com/news/hull-in-new-varsity-with-lincoln
* ^ http://sheffieldvarsity.com
* ^ http://varsity.radio.warwick.ac.uk/
* ^ http://www.upsu.net/varsity/
* ^ "RHUL are competing in Varsity for the first time ever". The
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* ^ http://www.uwesu.org/varsity/
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