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.

IM Rec Field Renovation is Now Complete!

Our Intramural Turf is now open! A Special Thank You to Sports Turf One and FieldTurf for installing the field! Also to Patty Ruiz and James Wassernaar for heading the committee to make this happen.  Last but not least, a super special thank you to FIU Housing for all of their assistance with making this field happen for the FIU Student Body!  Check our facilities schedule for open rec times.  For Club reservations, please contact Patty Suarez at patsuare@fiu.edu to reserve the field for your club!

Overhead View of IM Field

Join a Club

To join a Sport Club, contact the club listed in the Sport Club Directory or through the Wellness & Recreation Center office at 305-348-1054. For meeting and practice locations/times, visit the club's web page, look for flyers posted on campus, or check this week's Recreation Facility Schedule.

Start a Club

To start a new Sport Club, contact the Coordinator of Competitive Sports at (305) 348-1054 or patsuare@fiu.edu.

Forms

All forms for new and current Sport Clubs can be found on Orgsync.com on the MMC Sport Clubs portal page.


Hazing

HAZING IS ILLEGAL! 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. (FIU Student Handbook, Student Code of Conduct 6.i)Hazing includes, but is not limited to:

  • Interference with a student's academic performance.
  • Forced consumption of any food, alcohol, controlled substances, drugs, or any other substance.
  • Forced physical activity (beyond what is ordinarily part of an organized, voluntary sports contest/practice/training).
  • Deprivation of food or sleep.
  • Kidnapping, including restricting a person to move about in free and lawful manner. - Physical abuse of any nature.
  • Performing personal chores or errands.
  • Verbal abuse or degradation, including yelling or demands.
  • Assigning or endorsing pranks (i.e. stealing, harassing other organizations, defacing property, etc.).
  • Any action or threatened action that would subject the individual to embarrassment, humiliation or mental distress, including the use of demeaning names.
  • Any other acts or intended acts that constitute hazing pursuant to 240.1325 Florida Statutes.

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Contact

Sport Clubs Office
11290 SW 12th St., RC 103
Miami, FL 33199

(305) 348-1054

camprec@fiu.edu