Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge
Fitzwilliam College is one of the colleges of the University of Cambridge, England. It is often called Fitz from the students. It was created in 1966, but it is based on earlier student groups and associations. These began in 1869 with the idea of helping poor people to study at Cambridge. Today the college has around 750 students and is one of the largest. Fitzwilliam has the tradition of doing quite well in the sports.
The name of the college comes from the Fitzwilliam family.
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- "Sports club - Fitzwilliam College". Retrieved 11 December 2012.
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