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SFU intramural leagues offer the opportunity to play organized sports on campus. Recreation student leaders supervise, schedule and administer a wide variety of sports in both competitive and recreational leagues.
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A team fee is required to organize these exciting leagues, which include added benefits:
- Paid officials (except Volleyball and Dodgeball)
- Additional league managers
- Supplied equipment
- Detailed weekly standings
- Scheduled playoff format for qualifying teams
- League winners also earn Intramural Championship T-Shirts!
Recreational leagues are free to join, play is more relaxed and games are self-officiated. Weekly games are scheduled and supervised by the recreation sports student staff.
- The Rec Div 1 league is for players who are looking for friendly competition.
- The Rec Div 2 league is catered for beginners and does not include playoffs.
How to participate
Intramurals are available to anyone with a valid SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership. Day passes are not accepted in intramural leagues.
Typically beginners choose to participate in the recreational leagues, before joining the more experienced players in the competitive leagues.
Register as an individual
Competitive leagues: Join the free agent list on the specific league registration day.
Recreational leagues: Join one of our individual teams that are created on the specific league registration day.
Register as a full team
Bring your friends and sign up as a team! (If needed, you can pick up extra players from individual teams or the free agent list)
The minimum number of players required to play is 5-7 players, dependent upon the sport. Please see the sports code of conduct for more information.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 778-782-4824.
How to register
Recreation Sports office in the Lorne Davies Complex, Room 121
To be announced each semester. Registration usually takes place the second week of the academic term.
How the process works:
Registration is on a first come, first serve basis. Team fees (if applicable) are needed to confirm registration. Late registration is only accepted if the league is not full.