Campus Recreation's Intramural Sports program offers a wide variety of team and individual sports through organized leagues and tournaments. Playing an intramural sport is a great way to meet new people, reconnect with sports you love or try something new. All skill levels are welcomed and encouraged to participate.
|Outdoor Soccer||Aug. 23 – Sept. 11||Sept. 18 – Oct. 27|
|7v7 Flag Football||Aug. 23 – Sept. 11||Sept. 18 – Oct. 27|
|6v6 Volleyball||Aug. 23 – Sept. 11||Sept. 18 – Oct. 25|
|Tennis Singles Tournament||Aug. 23 – Sept. 11||Sept. 17|
|Disc Golf Tournament||Sept. 6 – 25||Oct. 1|
|Ultimate Frisbee Tournament||Sept. 19 – Oct. 9||Oct. 15|
|Arena Flag Football||Oct. 10 – 30||Nov. 6 – Dec. 5|
|Handball||Oct. 10 – 30||Nov. 8 – Dec. 8|
|3v3 Basketball||Oct. 10 – 30||Nov. 8 – Dec. 8|
|Innertube Water Polo Tournament||Oct. 10 – 30||TBD|
|Dodgeball Tournament||Oct. 24 – Nov. 11||Nov. 15|
Who can play?
All Binghamton University students*, faculty and staff (alumni, spouses and volunteers are not eligible) can play in an Intramural Sports league. Participants can register as an individual (i.e. free agent) or as a team.
*NCAA student-athletes may not participate in "like" sports (e.g. soccer athletes may not play Intramurals soccer, but may play Intramurals Basketball).
Individual players can register as a free agent online through IMLeagues. After registration closes, all free agents are placed on a team together. Although we cannot guarantee that a team will be formed, we make every effort to offer all free agent registrations the opportunity to play.
Players can register their teams online through IMLeagues. Some sports have multiple leagues (i.e. men's, women's, coed) and multiple divisions (i.e. recreational and competitive). Teams are also given the ability to request a preferred day and time for games. Be sure to register your team early, as some leagues and days fill up quickly!