Den Events

The Den is the official student section at all home UCLA sporting events. The Den is also a student group that holds events involving UCLA Athletics over the course of the year. If you love UCLA and enjoy sports, these games and events are a great opportunity to meet friends and show your Bruin pride. And to get on tv!

Beyond attending games and events, being a Den member is an opportunity to get even more involved in sports and grow professionally. If you like sports writing, marketing, event planning, editing or photography, The Den is a great place to get some hands-on experience.

Click for more info on: Den Meetings | Den Watch Parties | GolDEN Games

 
Den Meetings
Get the low down on upcoming events, brainstorm cheering ideas, plan special events, devise cheering section shenanigans, etc. Den meetings are held on Tuesdays, and the meeting dates and places will be posted at the start of each quarter.

Den Watch Parties
Watch an away game with fellow Denizens! Cheer on the Bruins and socialize with other UCLA-loving students in a more relaxed atmosphere than a home game.

No upcoming Watch Parties at this time

GolDEN Games
For on-campus Olympic sports, The Den selects one top matchup per season per sport and makes it a GolDEN Game. These special events feature free giveaways, food, special contests, etc. With just 3-5 events per quarter, GolDEN games are easy to attend and are a perfect way to catch a multitude of UCLA teams in action in a fun, social environment.

EVENT INFORMATION
UCLA Health Sponsor - Event Information
Sunday, Sep 27 - All Day PST
vs. ANNIKA ...
Orlando, FL
Monday, Sep 28 - All Day PST
vs. ANNIKA ...
Orlando, FL
Tuesday, Sep 29 - All Day PST
vs. ANNIKA ...
Orlando, FL
Sunday, Oct 18 - All Day PST
vs. Stanford ...
Stanford, CA
Monday, Oct 19 - All Day PST
vs. Stanford ...
Stanford, CA
Tuesday, Oct 20 - All Day PST
vs. Stanford ...
Stanford, CA
Monday, Nov 02 - All Day PST
vs. Pac-12 Preview at ...
Kohala, HI
Tuesday, Nov 03 - All Day PST
vs. Pac-12 Preview at ...
Kohala, HI
BRUINS ON PAC-12 NETWORKS