Whether you’re showing up or showing off, there’s a team for you in intramural sports. Play alongside your besties, roommates, classmates, pledge class, or random strangers in a variety of sports and activities throughout the year. You get to pick the day and time that work for your team so you can still balance school, work, and everything else you have going on. All league winners receive a coveted champ shirt as well as campus bragging rights.
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SPRING LEAGUES AND EVENTS
Note that all esports are free. Any in-person leagues require a Spring Semester Pass.
INTRAMURAL SPORTS PASS
All enrolled UW students are eligible to play intramural sports. UW faculty and staff members with at least a one month Rec Well membership are also eligible. Alumni, community membership, and students from other universities are not eligible for intramural sports. Before registering, participants must first purchase an Intramural Sports Pass on IMLeagues. Watch the video or click on the tabs below to learn more about your options for playing.
SPORTS AND DEADLINES
Sports vary by semester and may not be offered every year.
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Sports and activities typically offered during the fall semester include:
- 3v3 outdoor basketball
- Flag football
- Ultimate frisbee
- 7v7 soccer
- 7v7 flag football
- Ice hockey
- Sand volleyball
- Indoor volleyball
- 5v5 basketball
- Table tennis
Registration deadlines will be available in late summer.
Sports and activities typically offered during the spring include:
- Ice Hockey
- Pond Hockey
- Indoor Volleyball
- 11v11 Soccer
- March Madness Bracket Challenge
- Sand Volleyball
- 4v4 Flag Football
- 3v3 Ice Hockey
- Golf Scramble
Sports and activities typically offered during the summer include:
- Flag Football (4v4)
- Sand Volleyball
- Ultimate Frisbee
Registration deadlines will be available in the spring.
SIGN UP TO PLAY
Find all rules, schedules, team rosters, and results on IMLeagues. Once you’ve purchased your pass, you can browse our offerings and add yourself to an existing team or start your own!
The competitive league (also known as the A league) is intended for those teams that have had some experience with organized play in that sport. This league is designed for teams whose primary objective is to win games.
The recreational league is designed for teams whose primary objective is to enjoy intramural sports and to have fun; winning is secondary.
Join an inclusive league that unites Special Olympics athletes (individuals with intellectual disabilities) with partners (UW participants without intellectual disabilities) on the same team for training and competition. It's a win-win-win.
Want to play but don't have a team? Sign up for Free Agency on IMLeagues. Simply click the Free Agent button and complete your profile for other teams to start recruiting you. We also assist by matching up free agents to create teams.
We hire student officials for basketball, broomball, flag football, floorball, futsal, ice hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, and volleyball. No experience? No problem. We offer extensive training for officials and scorekeepers.
BADGER STUDENT OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION
The Badger Student Officials Association (BSOA) is a student organization dedicated to helping members become the best officials in their respective sports. We host monthly meetings where we discuss sport rules, case plays, and upcoming events. We also secure various opportunities off campus, allowing our officials to further develop and utilize their skills out in the community.
If you need officials for an upcoming event or are interested in joining the organization, please contact the BSOA Executive Director at email@example.com