Intramural Sports

Intramural Sports at FIU can give you the opportunity to show off your skills, develop new sport interests, exercise your leadership capabilities as a team captain, meet new people, and add your photo to the Gallery of IM Champions!

  • Dates and events are subject to change.
  • Online registration opens the first day of classes for that semester.
  • Space and times may be limited – first come, first served.
  • Please refer to the official IM Participant Handbook for eligibility, team manager, and other information.
  • For other questions, contact the IM Sports Office at (305) 348-1054.



The Intramural Sports program has revamped some of its policies and procedures that will go into effect beginning this fall.  Please read below to see the changes!

Recreational Leagues

Recreational Leagues are geared towards participants who are interested in playing more for fun and enjoyment and less for competition. Recreational Leagues are scheduled in a round-robin format without a playoff tournament. Each team will be scheduled a total of 5 games in a 5 week season. One game is played each week on the same designated day of play.

Competitive Leagues

Competitive Leagues are geared towards participants who are looking to compete. Competitive Leagues are scheduled in a round-robin regular season format followed by a playoff tournament. The regular season consists of a total of 3 games played once a week over a course of 3 weeks. Games during the regular season will be played on the same designated day. The playoff tournament will be played in a single elimination format. IM Sports cannot guarantee teams will play on the same designated day as the regular season during the playoff tournament.

IM Sports Pass (There will no longer be a Forfeit Bond required for team sports)
All individuals who wish to participate in Intramural Sports, must purchase an IM Pass prior to the season beginning.

Season Pass - participants may play in all sports offered in a season. Note: a semester has 2 sport seasons.

Semester Pass - participants may play in all sports offered in a semester

Annual Pass - participants may play in all sports offered throughout the year as defined by fall and spring semester. Note: annual passes are only available for purchase until the last day of the regular season for the Fall II IM Sports Season.

Student IM Sports Pass (FALL & SPRING)
Season Pass -
Semester Pass - $15
Annual Pass - $25

Faculty & Staff IM Sports Pass (FALL & SPRING)

Season Pass - $20
Semester Pass - $30
Annual Pass - $50

IM Sports Pass (SUMMER)

$5 per summer session (A or B) per student
$10 per summer session (A or B) per non-enrolled student & faculty/staff
$10 for summer C per student
$15 for summer C per non-enrolled student & faculty/staff

Note: non-enrolled students participating in the summer must have been enrolled in classes in the previous spring semester and be enrolled for classes in the upcoming fall semester.

  • Fall 2017 Leagues

    ALL LEAGUES CAN BE FOUND ON WWW.IMLEAGUES.COM - Please sign in using your FIU email address and create an account if you have not already done so.  


    FALL 1

    Competitive & Recreational Leagues for Men, Women & Co-Rec Divisions
    7v7 Flag Football
    3v3 Basketball

    Self Directed Sport
    Tennis (Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles)



    Competitive & Recreational Leagues for Men, Women & Co-Rec Divisions
    7v7 Soccer
    Ultimate Frisbee

    Self Directed Sport
    Badminton (Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles)


  • Looking to join a team?


    Fall I Sports - Tuesday, September 5; 7pm; WRC Conference Room
    Fall II Sports - Tuesday, October 24; 7pm; WRC Conference Room

  • Officials Training

    Officials Training Dates/Times: (All times 7pm unless otherwise noted)

    ***All Trainings will take place in the WRC Conference Room***


    • Fall I Officials Information Meeting
      Wednesday, August 23; 8pm
    • 7 v 7 Flag Football Rules Clinic
      Monday, August 28 & Tuesday, August 29
    • 7 v 7 Flag Footall Field Clinic - WRC North Turf Field
      Thursday, August 31; Wednesday, September 6; Thursday, September 7 (Practice Scrimmage)
    • Kickball Rules & Field Clinic
      Wednesday, August 30; 8pm

     FALL II Sports
    • Volleyball Rules Clinic (WRC Conference Room)
      Monday, October 16; 5:30pm
      Tuesday, October 17; 5:30pm
    • Volleyball Court Clinic - WRC Gym
      Monday, October 23; 5:30pm
      Tuesday, October 24; 5:30pm

    • 7 v 7 Soccer Rules Clinic (WRC Conference Room)
      Wednesday, October 18; 5:30pm
      Thursday, October 19; 5:30pm
    • 7 v 7 Soccer Field Clinic - WRC North Turf Field
      Thursday, October 26; 6:30pm
  • Athletic Training

    Athletic Training services are available to all students, faculty, staff, and alumni participating in Intramural Sports.  Services are currently being held in the Arena racquetball courts.

    Services include

    • Medical coverage during all intramural competitions
    • First aid
    • Evaluation & therapy of orthopedic injuries
    • Physical therapy & athletic rehabilitation


    • Intramural Coverage - Sunday through Thursday, 6pm - midnight (in season)
    • Clinic Hours - Monday through Thursday, 3pm - 6pm
    • Call (305) 348-5960 to schedule an appointment
    • Athletic Training services are provided through a collaboration between Health Promotions, the Wellness & Fitness Center, and the Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing and Health Sciences.

Sign Up and Register

Registration is through a third party (

  • Go to - this will automatically allow you to create an account, fill in your info, and join you to the University (steps 2-4)
  • Enter your information,  use your FIU email ( and submit.
  • You will be sent an activation email, click the link in the email to login and activate your imleagues account. You should be automatically added to FIU - If not, you can search schools by clicking the "schools" link 

Join a League

  • Click the Create/Join Team button at the top right of your User Homepage page; OR click on the "Florida International University" link to go to FIU's homepage on IMLeagues.
  • The current sports will be displayed, click on the sport you wish to join.
  • Choose the league you wish to play in (Men's, Women's, Co-Rec, etc.)
  • Choose the division you'd like to play in (Monday 5 p.m., Tuesday 5 p.m., etc.)

Create a Team

  • Captains can invite members to their team by clicking the "Invite Members" link on the team page. Any invited members must accept the invitation to be joined to your team. - If they've already registered on IMLeagues: search for their name, and invite them - If they haven't yet registered on IMLeagues: scroll down to the "Invite by Email Address" box, and input their email address.
  • Join a Team - - Use the Create/Join Team Button at top right of every page - Accepting a request from the captain to join his/her team - Finding the team and captain name on division/league page and requesting to join - Going to the captain's playercard page, viewing his/her team, and requesting to join
  • Join as a Free Agent - - You can list yourself as a free agent in as many divisions within a league as you'd like. You will be visible to all members of the site and can request to join teams, or post information about yourself so teams can request to add you to their team.


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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Intramural Sports Office

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