The London Varsity
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The London Varsity is an annual university rugby union match between King's College Rugby Club and University College, two sub-entities of the University of London. The Varsity is traditionally known as the "Jeremy George Cup" named after the founders of the respective universities, Jeremy Bentham and George IV. Founded by Adam Sommerfeld in 2004, the game celebrates the rivalry between King's College London and University College London which spans over 180 years.
Traditionally it is held at the very end of the University Rugby season in March and in 2004-2011 was held at Richmond Athletic Ground. In 2012 the game took place for the first time at the Twickenham Stoop.
Charity and Programme
Every Year a Charity is supported at the game with previous sponsors including KPMG and Adamant Partners.
In the modern era.
2011: KCL 17 - 15 UCL
2012: UCL 24 - 7 KCL
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