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We have more than 250 sports clubs and societies bringing LSE students together – from faith, cultural and academic societies, to fundraising groups and student media - there’s bound to be something for everyone.


The one, the only, Bowling Society. Renowned, infamous, and eternal.

Here at LSE Bowling, we aim to create an inclusive and relaxing environment, with bowling events for our members. We see this as an opportunity to make friends and have a much-needed break from studies.

Bowling is one of the most popular competitive sports. In 1930, British anthropologist Sir Flinders Petrie, along with a team of archaeologists, discovered various primitive bowling balls, bowling pins, and other materials in the grave of a protodynastic Egyptian boy dating to 3200 B.C. Their discovery represents the earliest known historical trace of bowling. A site in Southampton, England claims to be the oldest lawn bowling site still in operation, with records showing the game has been played on the green there since 1299.

We feel bowling is the perfect social activity, in a friendly but competitive atmosphere where our members can really have fun!

If you have any queries, please feel free to get in touch via our email or Instagram:

We hope to see you soon!




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