Club Sports

Club Sports exist to provide interested individuals an opportunity to participate in a wide range of activities that will assist with skill development and personal growth, while providing a chance to compete at a high level. All clubs are student-initiated programs that are administered by UCLA Recreation. Although it varies from club to club, most clubs practice 2-3 times per week, with competition against other collegiate teams on the weekends. 

Intramural Sports

Intramural Sports provides the UCLA community an opportunity to participate in organized sports and recreational activities. A variety of leagues, tournaments, and special events are offered each quarter. Individuals may register an entire team, or for most events, register as a free-agent and be matched with other free-agents to form a team. Participation is more leisurely than club sports, and promotes an active lifestyle and friendly competition in a fun, safe environment.


Programs

Club Sports

Club Sports exist to provide interested individuals an opportunity to participate in a wide range of activities that will assist with skill development and personal growth, while providing a chance to compete at a high level. 

All clubs are student-initiated programs that are administered by UCLA Recreation. Although it varies from club to club, most clubs practice 2-3 times per week, with competition against other collegiate teams on the weekends. 

Club Sports Website

Intramural Sports

 

Welcome to the UCLA Intramural Sports Program! The program consists of 30 leagues, tournaments, meets, and special events with more than 7000 participants each year. Activities are offered each quarter, including limited activities during the summer quarter. To help provide a better overview of the program, consider the following facts:

  • Participants can register an entire team or sign up as a free-agent for league events.
  • Most leagues are divided up into a variety of divisions and classifications. Divisions allow for competition against a particular group (e.g. fraternities) and classifications allow for competition at different skill levels (e.g. A, B and C).
  • Most indoor league games are played between 6-11 pm Monday – Thursday, with some games on Sunday between 3-10 pm. Outdoor league games are played between 4-10 pm Monday – Thursday, with some games on Friday between 3-6 pm and Sunday between 3-10 pm.
  • Most league and tournament events are officiated.
  • The Intramural Sports Program employees more than 100 student employees each year in positions such as officials, general managers, supervisor, and coordinators.

Registration Process

We are excited to announce we have partnered with some recent UCLA alumni and are actively utilizing Sportifik Intramural Sports Software for the 2016-17 Academic Year. Check out Sportifik here and make an account today: Sportifik
 
Here is the step by step Registration Guide. Please use this reference to help you sign up for Sportifik, register a team, or join as a free agent!
 
Registering for an Intramural Sports activity is simple!  Before registering, it is important that you understand the divisions offered and that you know which division you would like to register for before paying the registration fee.  Most divisions are restricted to certain types of participants (e.g. fraternity, ORL, etc.), however, independent divisions are not restricted.  Smaller divisions such as ORL and sorority may have fewer available playing dates and times compared to a larger division such as independent – men.  Playing days and times should be viewed on-line prior to registering.  Once you pay for a team and choose a division, you may only be able to change divisions if space is available.    

 

The registration period indicated is when payments are accepted online at Sportifik.com/UCLA.  The registration period begins at 9 am on the start date listed and ends at 6 pm on the end date listed.  Please be aware that registration for certain divisions / events may close prior to the end of the registration period if a division or event reaches the registration maximum.  Payment secures a spot in the event and division indicated on the payment receipt. 

To register, simply follow the steps listed below:

League Event Registration - Team

-        Create an account at sportifik.com/UCLA

-        Create your team, and reserve your team’s spot by paying the registration fee 

-        Complete the UCLA Intramural Sports Participant Quiz on Sportifik

-        Choose the division your team would like to play in, and wait for your schedule to publish 

 

League Event Registration - Free-Agent

-        Create an account at sportifik.com/UCLA

-        Register as a free agent for the league you wish to participate in

-        Complete the UCLA Intramural Sports Participant Quiz on Sportifik

-        Please attend the mandatory Free Agent Social on Monday, October 5th at 5pm at the Los Angeles Tennis Center Clubhouse to be placed on a team

Tournament, Meet and Special Event Registration

-        Create an account at sportifik.com/UCLA

-        Create your team, and reserve your team’s spot by paying the registration fee

-        Complete the UCLA Intramural Sports Participant Quiz on Sportifik

-        Check your email the week prior to the date of the event for all details regarding the event

Policies and Rules

Policy Information

  • The Intramural Participant Manual contains important policy information that each team captain should know and communicate to all participants. 

 

Facilities

We use a variety of facilities on campus for intramural sports activities.  To locate a facility on a campus map, click here.  A brief description of the more common facilities that we use is listed below. 

Wooden Center (JWC) – JWC, including Collins Court, is used for basketball, indoor soccer, and volleyball.  Please be aware that JWC is a controlled-access facility so each participant will need to present their student ID or Recreation Card to enter the facility to participate in an Intramural Sports activity. 

Student Activities Center (SAC) – SAC is used for basketball, volleyball, water polo, and dodgeball. 

Pauley Pavilion – Pauley is used for basketball.

Intramural Field (IM Field) – The IM Field is used for flag football, soccer, softball, and ultimate friebee.  Please be aware that the IM Field is a controlled-access facility so each participant will need to present their student ID or Recreational Card to enter the facility to participate in an Intramural Sports activity. 

Sunset Recreation Center- Sunset is used for Spikeball and Sand Volleyball. 

Unified Sports

UCLA Recreation is continuing our partnering with Special Olympics Southern California and Special Olympics at UCLA to host Unified Sports leagues throughout the 2016-17 academic year!  Unified Sports promotes inclusion by joining  individuals with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team. The teams are made up of those with similar age and ability, with sport as the common bond. Special Olympics pioneered the unified sports approach, using sport as a vehicle for inclusion.  Unified Sports at UCLA will consist of  teams made up of Special Olympics athletes from around the area and UCLA students as the Unified partners.

For questions about Unified Sports at UCLA, please contact Alexandra Rizzo at Arizzo@recreation.ucla.edu