Sign up. Lace up. Have some fun! When you play intramural sports you’ll get the chance to try something new, make friends and play in a safe and fun environment. We offer a variety of leagues, drop-in sports and events, including basketball, futsal, ice hockey and more. Grab your friends, co-workers, classmates, family or register as a Free Agent – whether you’re a seasoned pro or a newbie at sports, there is a place for everyone!
Choose Your Intramural League
Intramural Sports encompasses recreational sports leagues, events and tournaments. You have the opportunity to compose your own teams of friends, classmates, employees, etc. If you're unable to form a team, sign up on your own as a Free Agent individual and we will put you on a team comprised of other Free Agents.
If you are interested in joining a league, check out our Registration Instructions or click on the league you're interested in below.
Leagues offered this winter include:
Who Can Play?
Drop in and play! Drop-in sports are a great way to meet new people and stay active without committing to a full semester of play. Students and members can rent equipment like basketballs, volleyballs and soccer balls for FREE at the Customer Service Centre (U130). You can view open gym times under the facilities section on mru.ca/ePlay.
Wheelchair BasketballOpen to persons of all abilities who are interested in learning a new sport or showing off their skills. All equipment and instruction is provided by the Rollers and Grizzlies Wheelchair Basketball Associations. Game nights will provide drill time and game time. Junior = under 17. Senior = 17+ ages. Register at mru.ca/ePlay.
Our recreational and competitive sport clubs are supervised by Recreation, but operate independently. They offer a great way to stay active, try something new and get outside of your comfort zone. Contact the clubs directly for more information, but click, call or visit Recreation to register. Don't forget to take a look at our Club Resources Page.
Visit each individual club's webpage (from the list above) for contact information.
How do I start a club?
Recreation is always interested in adding more clubs to better serve you; our students. Mandatory requirements for starting a club:
- Competitive: Club's executive body must be composed of 100% full-time MRU credit students to set up club constitution.
- Recreational: Club's executive body must be composed of 75% full-time MRU credit students to set up club constitution.
Don't worry, we can help you with this! If you are a MRU student interested in starting a new club, contact the Sport Club Coordinator at 403.440.7019, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how we can help get your club up and running.
Are there non-sports related clubs?
All non-sport clubs are managed by the Students' Association. For more information on these types of clubs, visit the SAMRU website.