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The sports centre of the University of Bucharest

The sports centre of the University of Bucharest comprises 11 sport facilities and fields, having a generous schedule of sport activities, which are held Monday through Friday during 08:00 and 22:00, with the weekends dedicated to various sport competitions.

The facilities of the centre host activities for mountain sports, athletics, self-defence, badminton, basketball, fitness, competitive dancing, popular dancing, football, judo, handball, karate, aerobic gymnastics, medical gymnastics, swimming, chess, tae-bo, tennis, table tennis and volley.

List of facilities

1. Pitar Moş Facility – situated in the premises of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, meant for classes of: badminton, aerobic gymnastics, basketball, volley, karate, competitive dancing and table tennis;

2. Panduri Facility – situated in the courtyard of the Faculty of Chemistry, meant for classes of: aerobic gymnastics, competitive dancing, basketball, volley, handball, karate and tennis;

3. Măgurele Facility – situated in the courtyard of the Faculty of Physics (in the Măgurele village), meant for classes of: aerobic gymnastics, basketball, volley, handball, table tennis and fitness;

4. Facility no. 3 – situated in the premises of the Faculty of Law, meant for classes of fitness;

5. Facility no. 4 – situated in the premises of the Faculty of Law, meant for classes of: aerobic
gymnastics, medical gymnastics, tae-bo, competitive dancing and popular dancing;

6. The Chess Room – situated in the premises of the Faculty of Law, meant for chess classes;

7. Two football fields with synthetic grass – situated in the courtyard of the Faculty of Law, meant for classes of football;

8. Multifunctional field (with a synthetic runway) – situated in the courtyard of the Faculty of Law, meant for classes of volley, basketball, athletics and tennis;

9. Three tennis fields (of clay) – situated in the courtyard of the Faculty of Law, meant for tennis classes;

10. The self-defence room – situated in the premises of the Kogălniceanu campus in the courtyard of the Faculty of Law, meant for classes of: self-defence and judo;

11. The swimming pool (through a lease contract) – situated in the Steaua Sport Complex on Ghencea Boulevard, meant for lessons of swimming and therapeutic swimming;

12. Cumpătu Facility (Sinaia) – meant for mountain sport activities.

*Through the Patrimony Department, the sport fields within the Faculty of Law as well as the Măgurele facility are rentable, fees varying between 15 and 200 RON/hour.

Contact

Address: 36-46 Mihail Kogălniceanu Bvd, Sector 5, Bucharest, 050107, Romania

Lizica Voicu – Secretary
Telephone: +4021-313.81.36
E-mail: departamentulsportub@yahoo.com

Department Director: Prof. Stoica Alina, Ph.D.
E-mail: alina.stoica@g.unibuc.ro

Website: defs.ro
Facebook: DEFS UB

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