What is Intramural Sports? Intramural Sports is an organized recreational sport league program. Participants can join as a team or register as a Free Agent and be put on a team of other Free Agents with similar skill level and availability. When you play Intramural Sports, you’ll get the chance to try something new, make friends and play in a safe and fun environment.
Fall Registration Dates
|Activities are NOW LIVE for viewing on ePlay||August 22: register online, in person or by phone||September 18: registration deadline|
|Maximum registration numbers are based on facility availability – register early as some leagues will reach capacity before the registration deadline.|
|Futsal||Ice Hockey||Volleyball||Flag Football|
Who can play?
|All MRU Students||MRU Employees (18+)||MRU Alumni (18+)||Rec Members (18+)||General Public (18+)|
|NOTE: Only MRU students and Recreation members can register for Free Agent spots and subs. Due to limited facility availability, some leagues may be restricted to Recreation members (continuous or annual). Memberships must remain current for the entire duration of the activity.|
League Definitions - all skill levels welcome!
Intramural Sports will make every effort to accommodate the unique schedules and skill levels of all participants. Divisions may be combined if registration numbers are not high enough to create individual leagues.
|Casual (beginner)||Semi-competitive (intermediate)||Competitive (advanced)|
|First-time participants or those who have had little-to-no previous experience with the sport and minimal (if any) understanding of sport rules. This league is for players who want to have fun, develop skills and meet like-minded individuals in a comfortable environment.||Participants have varying levels of experience with sport and understanding of sports rules. This league should appeal to players looking for a semi-competitive environment with a focus on being social and having fun.||Veteran (expert) participants or those who have a high-to-very high level of skill. A great way to continue your love of sport and stay active after you’ve retired from your high school or post-secondary teams. Being active while having fun is the ultimate goal.|
Meet the TeamThe Intramural Student Program Coordinators (SPC) are responsible for the daily management of the Intramural Sports program. These students create schedules, assist with registration, train officials and ensure each league runs smoothly.
|Intramurals Office (U125)||General Inquiriesemail@example.com / 403.440.5917|
|TBD (applications wanted)||Badmintonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|TBD (applications wanted)||Ball Hockeyemail@example.com|
|TBD (applications wanted)||Dodgeballfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Bolu Opeodu||Flag Footballemail@example.com|
|Brock Leavins||Ice Hockeyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Frequently Asked Questions
NOTE: Only MRU students and Recreation members can register for Ice Hockey (teams & individuals).
|Sport||Max on Area of Play||Default # (min. to play)||Max on Game Sheet||Max on Roster|
|Ice Hockey||6 (including goalie)||5||20||Unlimited|
|Futsal||5 (including goalie)||4||12||Unlimited|
A sportsmanship rating of 0 will be given to the defaulting team and the team that shows up will be given the highest sportsmanship rating of 4. If a team defaults, they are required to pay a $50 default bond to Recreation (U130) within 48 hours of their defaulted game and will lose 3 points in the standings. If a team does not pay the bond, they will be removed from the league. The default bond will be returned to the team once the season has ended provided they have not defaulted a second time.
Teams eligible to have their default bond returned may pick up their bond 24 hours after their last game from the Customer Service Centre.
NOTE: The default bond rule does not apply to individual teams.
Ice Hockey: Sticks, socks, pants, shin pads, shoulder pads, elbow pads, CSA approved helmet and full cage, gloves and jock/jill straps.
NOTE: Recreation does not provide any equipment for players to borrow.
In addition, if you are using equipment for Ice Hockey, a piece of ID (not your Campus Card) must be left for collateral.
NOTE: You will not be eligible to play if you do not present your Campus Card or photo ID to the sport supervisor at every game. No ID = No play.