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Intramural Sports

Intramural Sports provides an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to compete against each other in a variety of sports and activities. It’s a chance to get connected on campus and meet other students and a fun way to stay active.

Whether you are new to a sport or experienced, whether or not you join with a team of friends or register as a free agent, there’s a place for you.

Intramural Registration Dates
  • Fall Semester: Indoor Volleyball, Flag Football, Frisbee Golf, 3 on 3 Basketball, Tennis, Badminton, Cricket, E-Sports
  • Spring Semester: Soccer, Basketball, Pickleball, Tennis, Innertube Waterpolo, Sand Volleyball, Softball, Cricket, E-Sport
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Club Sports

A sport club is a registered student organization that promotes and develops interest in a particular sport or physical activity. A club may be instructional, recreational or competitive, or may involve any combination. Participation in a club sport is voluntary. Club sports are officially sponsored by the university and are administered through the Office of Intramural Sports in conjunction with Student Involvement.

Students interested in establish a club sports team should speak with Mr. Brac Brady in Intramural Sports for instructions. Club sports require at least 5 interested students and outlined bylaws for the team. Once all information has been submitted to the Office of Intramural Sports for approval, it will be shared with the Office of Student Involvement for official club status.

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Brac Brady

Intramural and Club Sports Coordinator

Common Questions

Intramural Sports FAQ

This FAQ answers the most common questions asked by students interested in Intramural Sports. If you have a quick question and think it may have been asked before, consult this FAQ.

Intramurals offer a level of sports competition that is offered by most colleges and universities. It is where students, faculty, staff, and even alumni can form teams in various sports and compete against one another internally. Some intramural sports offer an opportunity to play other schools or external participants. This is referred to as extramurals.

Any Auburn University at Montgomery students, faculty, staff, or alumni may participate. Students must be prepared to show proper identification when participating to intramural staff. Some events allow members of the community to participate as well.  Faculty, Staff, Alumni and Community members that wish to participate must be a member of the Wellness Center.

To create an IMLeagues account: **Note** IMLeagues offers a live support button in the bottom right corner of all pages, please use this button if you encounter any difficulties.

Most sports will have equipment available for use. However, certain sports may require you to provide your own equipment. For example, you might need a glove for softball, although some gloves are available.

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