Sports societies

  • Academic Shooting Society
    Academic Shooting Union is primarily for students at the University of Oslo, but we also have members from the Oslo University College.
  • Blindern Rockeswing
    Blindern Rockeswing is a student organization at University of Oslo.
  • FIFI
    Football is short for Football at the Department of Computer Science. We organize weekly trainings on Domus Atletica and have different events at det departement where we watch football matches and play FIFA. More info at http://fifi-ifi.com/
  • OSI Aikido
    OSI Aikido is a Japanese martial arts sport.
  • OSI Athletics
    OSI Athletics trains throughout the year and welcomes both beginners and advanced athletes
  • OSI Badminton
    OSI Badminton offers activities both for new beginners and experienced players. The group offers a great social environment for badminton- loving students.
  • OSI Basketball
    OSI Basketball is known to be the most social basket club in Norway. OSI Basketball gets good results in the national student championships.
  • OSI Capoeira
    OSI Capoeira practice a Brazilian martial art which is based on rhythms and dance. All students are welcome, both beginners and those who have experience from Capoeira.
  • OSI Climbing
    OSI Climbing gathers several times each week to climb. Every year we hold many beginners courses and travel both in Norway and internationally to find new spots.
  • OSI Cross-country skiing
    OSI Cross-country skiing have technique trainings all winter. In the beginning of the season they will hold beginners classes after requests. They also train throughout the rest of the year.
  • OSI Cycling
    OSI Cycling is an active group which meet several times per week to practice in the Oslo area. In the winter, the group practice indoors at one of the Athletica centres.
  • OSI Dance
    OSI Dance is one of OSI's largest groups with hundreds of members. The dance group organizes classes in different styles from all over the world. The classes are in different levels.
  • OSI Doce Pares
    Doce Pares is a Philippine martial art known for its speed and high intensity . Both beginners and experienced students are welcome. OSI Doce Pares have traveled to the Philippines several times.
  • OSI Fencing
    OSI Fencing is Norway's first fencing club and caters to athletes of all levels, from beginners to members of the national team.
  • OSI Floorball
    OSI Floorball trains several times every week both with the girls- and boys teams. The group is very including and makes sure there is a great social environment.
  • OSI Football
    OSI Football has both futsal and football teams, for both boys and girls. It is a big group with teams on every level. Tryout at any time to see which team you should join.
  • OSI Handball
    OSI Handball has several teams both for girls and boys, the teams are on different levels and play in different divisions. OSI Handball is known for their including environment.
  • OSI Judo
    OSI Judo practice at Domus Athletica several times a week. Judo is a martial art rich in traditions. In judo we practice coordination and body control.
  • OSI Jujutsu
    OSI jujutsu practice at Domus Athletica. The focus of the training is on body control and technique. The group caters to both beginners and advanced practitioners.
  • OSI Karate
    OSI Karate exercise this classic martial art that we all know. The group has close connections with other karate clubs, which means that as a member you will be a part of a large network.
  • OSI kendo
    OSI Kendo arranges courses for beginner, however many of the groups members compete at a high level and even represent Norway internationally on the national team.
  • OSI Kubb
    The activity is known from Oslo`s many parks and consists of two teams who try to hit eachothers "logs". The group meets throughout the year for practice and laughs.
  • OSI Kung Fu
    OSI Kung Fu practice several styles of the sport and welcomes both experienced martial artists and beginners.
  • OSI Mountain
    OSI Mountain organizes trips on all levels to different mountains around this stretched out country. At times the trip will even take you to more exotic locations.
  • OSI Orienteering
    OSI Orienteering is a super social group which mainly train in the woods around Oslo. They also organize a map committee which produce and sell maps over nature hikes and trips in the Oslo area.
  • OSI Quidditch
    OSI Quidditch is Oslo's best and biggest quidditch team! We practice 2-3 times a week, and participate in national and international tournaments.
  • OSI River Kayaking
    OSI river kayaking does most of their training in an inside pool in the winter season. The rest of the year however, the group tours Norway and other countries.
  • OSI Scuba diving
    OSI Scuba diving accepts both beginners and more advanced scuba divers. The group holds courses and travels along the coast of Norway and other countries to reveal the secrets of the water.
  • OSI Ski and Snowboard
    OSI Ski and Snowboard meet regularly both in the slopes and for indoor training. The group also takes trips to other locations domestically and internationally to find the best slopes.
  • OSI Squash
    OSI Squash arranges trainings and tournaments weekly, mainly at Domus Athletica.
  • OSI Swimming
    OSI Swimming practice at Domus Athletica and entertain swimmers at all levels
  • OSI Taekwondo
    OSI Taekwondo is a social group who also focuses on the sport. Taekwondo is one of the largest sports in the world which gives the group the possibility to connect with like minded around the world.
  • OSI Tennis
    OSI Tennis is open for all students in Oslo who wishes to play tennis and be social.
  • OSI Ultimate Frisbee
    OSI Ultimate Frisbee practice both inside and outside, depending on the season. The group has a great social environment and includes both advanced athletes and beginners.
  • OSI Volleyball
    OSI Volleyball is one of OSI's largest groups and have teams on different levels both for men and women, plus a large mixed-group with beginners. The group arranges several social events every year.
  • Osloensis Squash
    We want to combine physical and social activity by creating a platform where you can make contacts across age and level, while working out with others.
  • Oslo student sports club
    The Oslo Students' Sports Club (OSI)
  • Pharmaceutical student's sport association
    Pharmaceutical student's sport association
  • The Medical Student Sport Society
    The Medical Student Sport Society is an open and diverse society that offers the students attending the Faculty of Medicine the possibility to come together and do organized and recreational sports.
  • UiO Tennis
    The tennis club for students studying at the University of Oslo
Published Apr. 4, 2012 12:36 PM - Last modified May 29, 2017 9:18 AM