The league tables are starting to take shape for all UCFB’s sports teams in London and Manchester. Here’s the round-up of last week’s matches and information on upcoming fixtures…

By Sean McIvor, BA (Hons) Football Business & Media student at UCFB Wembley

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Men’s 1st Team 3 University of Chester Men's 2 – Northern Tier 2
A third successive win of the season for UCFB Men’s 1st team places them at the top of the table with a three-point cushion. They beat Chester Men’s 3-2, with late drama leading to the winning goal. They play Edge Hill on 13th November in their next league fixture.

Men’s 4th Team 2 University of Bolton Men’s 2nd Team 1 – Northern Tier 6
The UCFB team fought back from a goal down to beat Bolton Men’s 2nd team 2-1. Their next fixture is away at Chester Men’s 4 on 13th November.


UCFB 6 University of Manchester Men’s 2 - Men’s Northern Tier 3
The Futsal team played their first three games of the season, picking up two wins and one loss, leaving them second in the table, level on points with first-place Leeds Beckett. The highlight was a dramatic 6-5 win over Manchester Men’s 2.

UCFB Wembley


Men’s 6th TeamImperial College London Men’s 5th Team 0 – South Eastern Tier 6
UCFB 6 continue their winning run with a 4-0 win over Imperial Men’s 5, keeping them at the top of the league. Next, they play third-place Bucks New Men’s 2nd Team.

Men’s 7th Team 1 University of West London Men’s 0 – South Eastern Tier 6
UCFB 7 picked up their first win of the season in a 1-0 win against West London Men’s 1. They move into third place in the table, after last week’s draw with Greenwich Men’s 3.

Women’s 2nd TeamKent University 0 – South Eastern Tier 2
UCFB Women’s 2 picked up their third win of the season in all competitions with a convincing 2-0 win over Kent University. They have been showing excellent for early on and are yet to concede a goal after last year’s title win. They sit top of the table with a game in hand on second place due to fixture rescheduling.


Men’s 1st Team 44 University for the Creative Arts Men’s 17 – Rugby Union South Eastern Tier 6
UCFB move up into third place after beating Creative Arts Men’s 44-17. They are picking up some impressive form, after last week’s 36-0 win over King’s College Men’s 5.