Men's Club Alumni

The Loughborough University Men's Athletic Union side originated in 1920 under the name Loughborough Technical Institute. Over the 100 years since its formation many of the club's alumni have gone on to succeed both on and off the pitch.

Hall of Fame Inductees

Bob Wilson

Bob Wilson

Physical Education (1963)

Type:
Athlete
Sport:
Football
  • More than 300 Caps for Arsenal and two caps for Scotland
  • League Championship, FA Cup and European Fairs Cup
  • Last amateur to play in the First Division of the Football League
Tony Waiters

Tony Waiters

Physical Education (1959)

Type:
Athlete
Sport:
Football
  • Goalkeeper for Blackpool FC (1959-1967) and Burnley FC (1970- 1972)
  • 5 England Caps
  • Manager and Coach for the Canadian World Cup and Olympic Teams
Charles Hughes

Charles Hughes

Physical Education, Teacher Training (1956, 1958)

Type:
Coach
Sport:
Football
  • Director of the FA’s Blueprint for the Future of Football
  • FA Director of Coaching in 1990
  • Managed the Great Britain Olympic and England amateur international sides until 1974
Allen Wade

Allen Wade

Physical Education (1952)

Type:
Coach
Sport:
Football
  • Technical director of the Football Association between 1963 and 1983
  • Author of the 1967, The FA Guide to Training and Coaching
  • He taught Dario Gradi, Don Howe, Bobby Robson and Dave Sexton

Professional Players

Robbie Simpson

Sports Science & Maths (2007)

Type:
Athlete
Sport:
Football
  • Over 300 appearances in the English Football League
  • Founder of Life After Professional Sport (Laps)
  • EFL League Two Third Place Promotion Mk Dons (2018-19)

George Williams

Sports Science with Management (2015)

Type:
Athlete
Sport:
Football
  • Current player for MK Dons
  • Football League Trophy (2015-16) League One Play Off Winner (Barnsley: 2016)
  • EFL League Two Third Place Promotion Mk Dons (2018-19)