Intramural & Club Sports
About Intramural Sports
Looking for a way to play your favorite sport? Want to get involved in a fun activity with friends? Intramural Sports are a great way to have fun and connect with the Loyola community while playing the sports that you love!
Intramural Sports are organized in either tournament or league style. Sports include flag football, soccer, volleyball, basketball, dodgeball, spikeball, cornhole (bags), wiffle ball, and kickball. Intramural Sports are offered in the Fall and Spring Semesters and games are played in the Halas Recreation Center, Gentile Arena, on Sean Earl Field, or on the West Quad.
All intramural sports are FREE to play and open to all LUC students of any skill level! No experience required!
Registration for Intramural Sports now takes place online at IMLeagues.com. Be sure to register early, as leagues are on a first come, first serve basis. You will see the times that are available to play online. Most seasons are 2–4 weeks long, with your team playing the same day each week until playoffs. Don't have a team or enough people for a team? Don't worry, we can help! You can register as a free agent through IMLeagues. Please see the registration link for more information!
For questions or more information about intramural sports please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Club Sports
The Loyola University Chicago Club Sports program is comprised of 25 sponsored student organizations that provide recreation or competition in specific sport or activities. The Club Sports program is designed to assist and develop the interests and skills of its members, offering a unique blend of teams and individual sports.
Teams compete against other universities' sports clubs in local, regional, and national events, displaying the best of Loyola University Chicago’s sportsmanship and leadership. All club sports compete on behalf of Loyola University Chicago and the Department of Campus Recreation.
While the Club Sports staff and the Campus Recreation staff assist the clubs in their operations, the emphasis is on student leadership and development. Students are directly and ultimately responsible for all aspects of operating and managing a successful organization. The Sport Programs Office provides the framework for these clubs to run their student organizations.
For questions or more information about club sports please email email@example.com.