‘Tis the season for naked calendars, we trawled through all of them so you don’t have to.
Every year more and more students are getting their kit off in the name of charity. Fortunately the Tab is on hand with our cheeky guide to the very breast of student nudity.
Cardiff University’s Athletics Union stripped off to raise money for the mental health charity Mind, you can get yourself a copy from their SU.
The University of Birmingham students were happy to get their kit off for RAG.
Their calendar is in aid of Dementia UK, Meningitis Research Foundation, The Children’s Society, Nightline, Prostate Cancer UK and React.
You can get your copy here.
Exeter’s AU donned their birthday suits in aid of Sport Relief. You can grab your calendar from the Guild’s shop or from Club Captains.
Kingston University’s rugby team came dangerously close to getting their tackles out in their risque shoot in aid of Cancer Research.
The lovely ladies of Nottingham University are in fine form this year.
First up are the Knights, the Notts Uni cheerleaders, who are raising money for local children’s charity Forget-Me-Notts.
You can use their facebook page to get in touch and pick up a copy.
The fine fillies of the Notts polo team have been horsing around in their ninth annual naked calendar in aid of Help for Heroes.
You can buy your copy here.
Warwick’s lady rowers are looking boatalicious in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
You can pick up a copy of the girls’ effort here.
Not to be outdone, Warwick Boat Club’s men have also gone row naturelle in aid of Sport Allies, a charity aimed at fighting homophobia and bullying in sport.
You can buy the calendar, greeting cards and individual shots of the hunks here.
Oxford Uni’s rugby teams have gone toe to toe in a battle of the sexes.
It’s a great try from the men who are looking scrum-ptious in aid of Against Breast Cancer UK, you can buy their effort here.
The women’s rugby team have pitched in too, they’re nudity is in aid of mental health charity Mind Your Head.
You can bag a copy here.
Cambridge Uni students have disrobed in aid of Cancer Research UK, Emmaus Cambridge, Arthur Rank Hospice and the Philippinnes Relief Fund.
You can get the latest details from their facebook page.
Notts’ aren’t the only cheerleaders on display.
Cheer rivals the Liverpool Foxes have also ditched their usual matchday outfits to wangle some wonga for breast cancer charity CoppaFeel.
Check out their facebook page for the latest details.
Plenty of balls on display from Sheffield’s sporting heroes (sorry ladies, only American Footballs).
Their calendar is on sale from the Union Shop.
They’ve bared (almost) all to raise money for the Burton Street Foundation.