This page is not an inclusive list of program policies. Please visit the Policies page for this information.

What is Intramural Sports?

The Intramural Sports Program is a program offered by the Department of Recreation & Wellness and is directed by the Assistant Director for Competitive Sports. We offer a variety of competitive and recreational activities for the campus population. Games are played against other UNC Greensboro students. Some activities include flag football, basketball, soccer and volleyball.

Who is eligible to play intramural sports?

Intramural leagues/events are offered to all currently enrolled fee-paying students free of charge and everyone is encouraged to participate. Faculty and staff who are members of the Kaplan Center are also eligible to participate. Each participant is required to set up their personal account on prior to the start of the season in order to complete a waiver.

Participants are required to provide their UNC Greensboro SpartanCard at each competition.

What leagues/divisions are offered?

Currently, the Intramural Sports Program primarily offers Open divisions (no gender requirements/restrictions for rosters.) Select leagues/events will also include separate Women’s and CoRec (coed) divisions. The Intramural Sports Program uses a participant’s self-identified gender when gender-specific roster requirements exist.

To see a list of what activities are available, please visit the Registration Information page.

What is the difference between CoRec and Open leagues?

Both CoRec and Open leagues/divisions are comprised of both men and women playing together on the same team. Many sports offer CoRec divisions, including indoor volleyball, indoor soccer, outdoor soccer, and basketball. CoRec leagues have specific requirements regarding the number of men and women on a team. Open leagues do not have gender requirements for teams.

Please refer to the Rules page for sport specific questions regarding team rosters.

How do you register?

Both individuals and teams are welcome to register. Registration dates are listed on the Intramural Sports Registration page.

Registration for Intramural Sports is only open during the designated dates listed for each specific sport. All registrations are completed on-line through our IMLeagues page ( Free Agent and Team registrations can be completed through IMLeagues. Once scheduled and published, the schedule for all of your teams will appear on your IMLeagues account.

Setting up your IMLeagues Account

All currently enrolled UNCG students paying the student activity fee as well as faculty/staff with a current Kaplan Center membership are eligible to participate in Intramural Sports. (Please visit Policies Page for a full explanation of eligibility.) When accessing IMLeagues for the first time, you will need to create your account. Your login credentials are the same as your UNCG Email username & password. (Click on the link to Sign in with UNCG Authentication)

Once logged in, you will be directed to our school’s IMLeague Page.

All intramural participants will be required to create an account on

Note: IMLeagues offers a live support button in the top right corner of all pages, please use this button if you encounter any difficulties.

How to Register for an Intramural Sport

  1. Log in to your account.
  2. Click the Create/Join Team or Get Involved button at the top right of your User Homepage page OR Click on the “UNCG” link to go to your school’s homepage on IMLeagues.
  3. The current sports will be displayed, click on the sport you wish to join.
  4. Choose the league you wish to play in.
  5. Choose the division you’d like to play in (Monday 5PM, Tuesday 5PM, etc.)
  6. You can join the sport one of three ways:
    1. Create a team (For team captains):
      1. 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.
        1. If they’ve already registered on IMLeagues: search for their name, and invite them.
        2. If they haven’t yet registered on IMLeagues: scroll down to the “Invite by Email Address” box, and input their email address.
    2. Join a team: (For team members)
      1. Use the Create/Join Team Button at top right of every page.
      2. Accepting a request from the captain to join his team.
      3. Finding the team and captain name on division/league page and requesting to join.
      4. Going to the captain’s player card page, viewing his team, and requesting to join.
    3. Join as a Free Agent: (Individual looking for a team)
      1. 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.
      2. If enough free agents register for the same league/division, we will attempt to form a Free Agent team(s).

I want to register, but I don’t have a team.

If you are interested in playing in a sport, but do not have a team, you may register as a Free Agent. To register as a Free Agent, you will need to register through IMLeagues. There is no fee to register as a Free Agent. Free Agents should attend the captain’s meeting for the sport they are interested in playing so that teams still looking for players can find you. In the event that enough Free Agents register to form a Free Agents team, you will be contacted by a member of the Intramural Sports Staff.

Intramural Sports does not guarantee that you will be able to play if you register as a free agent. We will try our best to place you on a team.

When do games take place?

Games generally take place Sunday through Thursday from 4:00pm – 11:00pm. Teams may play once or twice a week.

Where do games take place?

Intramural Sports games take place at the Kaplan Center, Recreation Field or Outdoor Courts. The Recreation Field is located on the south side of the baseball stadium. Sand Volleyball games are played at the Outdoor Courts located north of the Soccer Stadium along the Irwin Belk Recreation Track.

Is there an entry fee?

Most intramural leagues & events are free of charge to participate in. Some special events may require an entry fee. This information will be provided with the registration materials.

What if my team cannot make our scheduled game time?

If a team knows in advance that it will be unable to field the minimum number of players required to play, they are asked to communicate a “Default” by emailing before 3:00 p.m. the day of the game, or Friday for Saturday and Sunday games. This allows the office staff to notify the other team and potentially have another team pick up your game. The benefits of declaring a default include avoiding a forfeit fee, reduced impact on sportsmanship rating and demonstrates respect for other teams participating in the league.

In some instances a team may find out after 3:00pm that it cannot make the scheduled game. Teams can add new players to it’s roster prior to the start of playoffs. New players may be added in advance via or on-site provided the new players are not currently playing with another team in the same league. If it is just not possible if a few members attend may be able to recruit other participants that would be playing before or after your game to assist in a scrimmage so your opponent still receives a game.

What does a forfeit mean and how can I avoid getting one?

A team forfeits if they fail to default and do not have the minimum number of required players present at game time. If a team forfeits the team will be assessed a $10.00 forfeit fee that one individual of the team must pay prior to their next scheduled game or by the end of the regular season, whichever occurs first, in order to continue their participation that season. If a team forfeits, the listed team captain will be contact and provided instructions for paying the fee. It must be paid at the Recreation & Wellness Administration Suite (room 212 in the Kaplan Center) during regular business hours. It is recommended to keep the receipt as proof of payment, especially for last-minute payments. The intramural staff cannot accept payments at the game sites. It is the entire team’s responsibility to know it’s schedule and to show up on time. (Teams are encouraged to show up 15-minutes prior to the scheduled start time so that games may begin on time). If a team forfeits a second time during the season, the team will be removed from the league and ineligible for playoffs.

What happens if my team forfeits?

When a team forfeits for the first time during the regular season, the team will be required to pay a $10.00 forfeit fee. The forfeit fee can be paid at the Recreation & Wellness Administrative Suite located on the 4th floor of the Kaplan Center during normal business hours. The fee must be paid prior to the team’s next scheduled competition in order to remain in the league. After paying the fee, the team must present the payment receipt to the supervisor on duty at the playing site. Failure to present the receipt will result in the team not being allowed to play.

If a team forfeits a second time during the regular season or once during playoffs, the offending team will be removed from further competition in the league.

Are there job opportunities with Intramural Sports?

Each semester the Intramural Sports Program seeks to hire Competitive Sports Assistants that are cross trained and utilized as both officials and scorekeepers. After working for a semester individuals are eligible to apply to become a Competitive Sports Supervisor.

If you love sports and have a desire to make some money, contact the Competitive Sports Coordinator at or apply directly at Training takes place during the weeks prior to the start of the season and consists of classroom, on-court/field and practice games for league sports. Tournaments will have a one-day clinic prior to the weekend tournament.


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