This is where UB competes.
Former intramural soccer champions show off their winning t-shirts.
- Compete in leagues and tournaments against other teams of UB students, faculty and staff.
- Generally, there are no required practices.
How it Works
League Sports are made up of teams who compete 1-2 days per week for nearly a full semester.
Tournaments may include team or individual sports and can range from a one-day format to re-occuring weekly play.
Skills challenges and special events are held throughout the semester and do not require pre-registration.
Get InvolvedSimply visit UB's IM Leagues page, create an account and pick your sport. You can create a team, join an existing team or sign up as a free agent (to be picked up by a team). For individual sports, such as racquetball, participants should create a "team" for themselves.
Members of UB's Boxing Club know how to pack a punch.
- Compete against other schools within a designated league or at weekend tournaments.
- Practices are typically held 2-3 times a week.
How it WorksSport clubs may be competitive, recreational and/or instructional in nature. Many UB sport clubs compete at a regional or national level.
To find a list of our current sport clubs, please visit Campus Groups and look under the Campus Recreation and Wellness "umbrella."
Sport clubs are governed by the Sport Clubs Council, along with Campus Recreation and Wellness.
Get InvolvedUse Campus Groups to search for and contact the club(s) you are interested in to find out when team meetings and practices are held. Clubs determine how and when new members are able to join, and openings are usually advertised through social media or through flyers posted around campus.
If you're interested in starting a new club, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be guided through the process.
Are you Interested in Becoming an official?
Students are needed to officiate intramural sports games throughout the year. Officials are responsible for enforcing UB policies and game rules. Prior experience is preferred, but not required, as training will be provided. Visit the employment opportunities page for more details.