UEL Black Bulls

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UEL Black Bulls
Founded 2007
County London
Nickname The Black Bulls
Colours Black
Grounds Goodmayes
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The University of East London Black Bulls are a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in East London, England. The club was founded in 2007 and is primarily concerned with the game of Gaelic football.

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The UEL Black Bulls were founded in 2007 following a meeting with the Universities' Sports and Social club.[citation needed] It was the first Gaelic Football club to represent the University of East London.[citation needed] Within a month, the new club had made their mark defeating the University of Worcester in Oxford. Unfortunately, the hosts had inflicted the fledgling club's first defeat just hours earlier.[citation needed]

The nickname 'Black Bulls' derives from a local Irish-owned hostelry in the Stratford area of London that provided sponsorship for the club.[citation needed]

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