Intramural Sports

Intramural Sports (IM) at FIU offers all currently enrolled, activity-fee paying FIU students, and faculty/staff the opportunity to participate in a variety of sports leagues, tournaments and events every semester. Participating is a great way to get involved at FIU and make new friends. 

Recreation Field

IM Registration

Who Can Play?

  • Students

    Currently enrolled, activity-fee paying FIU students can play intramural sports for free.

    Students currently enrolled but not paying activity fees may be be eligible to participate in intramural sports. Please contact for additional information.

  • Faculty and Staff

    Faculty and staff are encouraged to participate in intramural sports, but in order to be eligible, you must have an active gold membership with the Wellness and Recreation Center.

    For information on how to purchase a membership, please click here.


Sign Up to Play

Sign up at under Intramural Sports or on the FIU WRC Go app (download from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store).

For specific questions about registering for IM Sports please contact:

Spring 2024 Intramural Sports 

5 v 5 BasketballLeague

Opens -> Jan. 9 @ 8am

Deadline -> Feb. 9 @ 5pm

Feb. 19 - Apr. 18


@ 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm


7 v 7 SoccerLeague

Opens -> Jan. 9 @ 8am

Deadline -> Jan. 18 @ 5pm

Jan. 22 - Feb. 15


@ 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm


11 v 11 SoccerLeague

Opens -> Feb. 19 @ 8am

Deadline -> Mar. 14 @ 5pm

Mar. 18 - Apr. 19 

[Mon & Fri]

@ 6pm, 7pm, 8pm



Roundnet (Spikeball)Tournament

Opens -> Feb. 19 @ 8am

Deadline -> Mar. 7 @ 5pm

Monday, March. 8

@ 6pm-10pm

Flag Football Skills ChallengeTournament

Walk Up Registration

Wednesday, April. 3

@ 6pm-9pm


March MadnessEsports

Opens -> Mar. 17 @ 5pm

Deadline -> Mar. 21 @ 10am

Mar. 21 - April. 8


Sport Clubs

Sport clubs are organizations created and run by students who seek instruction, recreation, competition and socialization in sports activities at levels typically not provided through recreation, physical education classes or intercollegiate athletics. Open to novices as well as the experienced participant, these clubs have been developed over the years through student interest and leadership. Members' success has been demonstrated through such accomplishments as local, state, regional and national championships.

To join a sport club, contact the club listed in the sport club directory or contact the Competitive Sports Coordinator. For meeting and practice locations/times, visit the club's web page or look for flyers posted on campus.

Sport Club Directory

Find a list of all sport clubs in Panther Connect.


In the State of Florida, hazing is a criminal offense. Hazing is when any group (IM team, sport club, greek organization, etc.), or individual action or activity, that inflicts or intends to inflict physical or mental harm or discomfort or which may demean, disgrace, or degrade any person, regardless of location, intent, or consent of the participant(s) occurs.

Hazing Prevention

Report An Incident Of Hazing