BSC may refer to:
Young Boys of Bern is a Swiss sports club based in the capital city Bern, best known for its professional football team.
The BSC Erlangen is a German association football club from the city of Erlangen, Bavaria. From 1957 to 1979, the club belonged to the Amateurliga Bayern, the highest football league in the state and then the third division of German football.
Bschlabs is a small community in the Austrian municipality of Pfafflar, Bschlaber Valley, which consists of about 70 buildings with about 90 residents.
Seipin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the BSCL2 gene.
BSC Glasgow Football Club is a Scottish football team originating in Glasgow, although from 2016 home matches are being played at The Indodrill Stadium in Alloa, Clackmannanshire.
The BSC Sendling is a German association football club from the Munich suburb of Sendling, Bavaria.
Basler Sportclub Old Boys, commonly known as BSC Old Boys or Old Boys Basel, is a Swiss sports club based in Basel.
BSC YB Frauen is a Swiss women's football team representing BSC Young Boys in the Nationalliga A.
BSC Kickers 1900 is a German football club from the Schöneberg district of south central Berlin. The roots of the club are in the establishment of Berliner Thor- und Fußball Club Elf on 1 November 1900. This was followed by a series of mergers that led to the formation of Schöneberger FC Kickers 1900 in 1923 and the club's advance to first division play in the Oberliga Berlin-Brandenburg (I).