Sports Clubs

Sports Clubs

MRU Sports Clubs Squash Racquet

Sports clubs are recreational and competitive student-led clubs, suitable for all skill levels. The clubs are supervised by Recreation, but operate independently and are a great way to stay active, try something new and get outside of your comfort zone. For more information, visit the Customer Service Centre (U130) or phone 403.440.6517, visit ePlay or contact the clubs directly. Don't forget to take a look at our Club Resources Page.

MRU Recreation Sports Clubs

Men's Rugby ClubWomen's Rugby ClubSquash ClubQuidditch Club

SAMRU Rec Clubs

MRU Recreation is happy to support all students on campus with their club related interests. The Students' Association of Mount Royal University (SAMRU) has a variety of clubs, from athletic to academic, social and cultural. Check out the SAMRU Clubs Directory or email the SAMRU Clubs Coordinator for more information. These SAMRU clubs currently use Recreation facilities to achieve their activity goals: 

Badminton ClubCubs Dance TeamMeditation & Yoga Lifestyle

Club Affiliations
In addition to recognized clubs on campus, MRU Recreation embraces the opportunity to support external clubs which embody student involvement and engagement. The following are external clubs who currently share an affiliation with Recreation: 

Garrison Curling Club (Flames Arena – 2288 47 Avenue SW)

Looking for an opportunity to take up curling with other students from Mount Royal University, SAIT, University of Calgary and St. Mary’s University? The Garrison Curling Club is offering one day or weekly training sessions! For more information, check out Garrison Curling Club's Information Package. Questions? Contact
  • Learn to Curl – One Day Crash Course | January 15, 2018 from 2:30 pm – 7:00pm | $25 / person
  • Weekly Curling League | Sundays from January 21, 2018 to March 18, 2018| $125 / team

Frequently Asked Questions

All MRU students are eligible to join sports clubs. While some clubs may compete competitively, all clubs are inclusive and support all individuals, regardless of skill level. Non-members may also join clubs but should contact the club directly. Register through the Customer Service Centre (U130), by phone at 403.440.6517, or through ePlay. 
Recreation is always interested in adding more clubs to better serve you; our students. Mandatory requirements for starting a club:
  • Ensure clubs mandate supports the MRU Recreation promise to inspire healthy, active lifestyles through fun, student-led activities.
  • Complete a Clubs Constitution Form.