• It's Gametime!

    Are you a Blazin’ fire that’s looking for more competition fuel? UAB URec Intramural program provides students, faculty, and staff with the opportunity for competition and fun in a variety of In-Person and Virtual sports leagues, tournaments, and events. UAB Intramurals offer a great opportunity to engage in competition while engaging with other students, faculty, and staff outside of the academic setting.

    Everyone is welcome regardless of skill level. Show us what you got and let's have fun together!

    Winners get to rock their Intramural Championship T-Shirts and earn their bragging rights!

    P.S. Remember, everyone will get the best prize of all –UNFORGETTABLE MEMORIES!

    All In-Person events and ESports Leagues will require registration on IMLeagues. Make sure to create your account on IMLeagues and get signed up today!

    SIGN UP NOW!

     

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  • In-Person

    To ensure everyone’s safety in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, this fall’s In-Person Intramurals will look a little bit different, but it will be just as much competitive and fun!

    In-Person Intramurals Line Up

    Ping Pong Tournament –Play Dates: 10/5-10/6

    • Location: Center Court, Campus Recreation Center
    • Pricing: $3 per person
    • Registration deadline: Thursday, October 1, 2020
    • Tournament starts on: Monday, October 5, 2020

    Badminton League –Play Dates: 10/5-11/12

    • Location: Center Court, Campus Recreation Center
    • Pricing: $6 per person
    • Registration deadline: Thursday, October 1, 2020
    • League starts on: Monday, October 5, 2020

    Billiards Tournament –Play Dates:10/12-10/13

    • Location: Game Room, Campus Recreation Center
    • Pricing: $3 per person
    • Registration deadline: Thursday, October 8, 2020
    • Tournament starts on: Monday, October 12, 2020

    Basketball 3 Point Contest –Play Dates:10/19-11/13

    • Location: Basketball Courts, Campus Recreation Center
    • Pricing: $3 per person

    Freshman and Sophomore Students

    • Registration deadline: Thursday, October 15
    • Contest starts on Monday, October 19

    Juniors and Seniors

    • Registration deadline: Thursday, October 22
    • Contest starts on Monday, October 26

    Graduate Students and UAB Employees

    • Registration deadline: Thursday, October 29
    • Contest starts on Monday, November 2

    Overall Championship

    • Registration deadline: Thursday, November 5
    • Contest starts on Monday, November 9

    Football Combine Challenge –Play Dates: 11/2-11/19

    • Location: Intramural and Club Sports Complex
    • Pricing: $3 per person
    • Registration deadline: Thursday, October 29, 2020
    • Challenge runs: Monday, November 2 -November 19, 2020

    Air Hockey Tournament–Play Dates:11/9-11/10

    • Location: Game Room, Campus Recreation Center
    • Pricing: $3 per person
    • Registration deadline: Thursday, November 5, 2020
    • Tournament starts on: Monday, November 8, 2020
  • If you are unable to join us in person, you can still show us your completive spirit in a virtual setting! Challenge your friends and join one, or all of our ESports Leagues and show us your FIFA, NBA, and MADDEN skills!

    You can also join us on Wednesday nights this fall to test all your knowledge your parents thought was useless! All Virtual events are free to participate! Expand each section below to access more details about each program.

    VIRTUAL INTRAMURALS LINE UP

    The Office Trivia -9/16 at 7p.m.

    • Location: Zoom (Password: UREC) & Kahoot.it
    • Zoom Session will start at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 16, 2020
    • FREE to play!
    • No registration required!

    FIFA 20 ESports League -9/14-10/12

    • Platforms: Xbox and PS4
    • FREE to play!
    • Registration deadline: Thursday, September 10, 2020
    • League Runs: Monday, September 14 –Monday, October 12, 2020

    Harry Potter Trivia -9/30 at 7p.m.

    • Location: Zoom (Password: UREC) & Kahoot.it
    • Zoom Session will start at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 30, 2020
    • FREE to play!
    • No registration required!

    2K21 NBA ESports League -10/5-11/9

    • Platforms: Xbox and PS4
    • FREE to play!
    • Registration deadline: Wednesday, September 30, 2020
    • League Runs: Monday, October 5 –Monday, November 9, 2020

    Disney Trivia -10/14 at 7p.m.

    • Location: Zoom (Password: UREC) & Kahoot.it
    • Zoom Session will start at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 14, 2020
    • FREE to play!
    • No registration required!

    Spooky Season Trivia -10/28 at 7p.m.

    • Location: Zoom (Password: UREC) & Kahoot.it
    • Zoom Session will start at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 28, 2020
    • FREE to play!
    • No registration required!

    MADDEN 21 ESports League -11/2-12/8

    • Platforms: Xbox and PS4
    • FREE to play!
    • Registration deadline: Thursday, October 29, 2020
    • League Runs: Monday, November 2 –Tuesday, December 8, 2020

    Marvel Trivia -11/11 at 7p.m.

    • Location: Zoom (Password: UREC) & Kahoot.it
    • Zoom Session will start at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 11, 2020
    • FREE to play!
    • No registration required!

    2000s Music Trivia -12/2 at 7p.m.

    • Location: Zoom (Password: UREC) & Kahoot.it
    • Zoom Session will start at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, December 12, 2020
    • FREE to play!
    • No registration required!
  • 2020/2021 Intramural Sports Policies and Procedures

    UAB Intramural Sports follow the intramural sport guidelines of NIRSA (National Intramural Recreational Sports Association) as well as the UAB University Recreation policies and procedures.

    PLAYER IDENTIFICATION

    1. Each participant must present a current UAB student/faculty/staff ID card or Campus Recreation App with picture in order to be eligible to participate.

    PARTICIPATION

    1. All currently enrolled students and current faculty/staff are eligible to participate.
    2. A player is not permitted to play with more than one men’s/women’s team and one co-rec team in each sport. (A player whose name appears on 2 or more rosters will officially be on the team on which his/her name first appeared on a score sheet.)
      1. When anactivity makes a gender designation, an individual who has transitioned to a different gender can participate in the division of the individual’s current gender. If an individual is in the process of transitioning to a different gender, participation in aparticular gender designated activity will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
    3. Registration will end at the scheduled registration deadline for all events.
    4. Roster additions must be made via IMLeagues.com by 12:00pm on game day, prior to the participationof the new player(s).
      1. A player of a team that forfeits out of a league without having played a game, may join another team.
      2. Any team that allows an ineligible player to participate shall forfeit the game(s) in which the ineligible player participated.
    5. Students whose names appear on an official intercollegiate athletic roster list shall be ineligible to compete in that sport, or any related sports.
    6. Playoff eligibility will be determined by the names on the roster. All players must play in at least one regular season game before being eligible for the playoffs.
    7. Both team captains must sign the scoresheet used at the end of each game played, in order to verify the final score recorded.
    8. Drug and alcohol will not be permitted at any activity. Playing or beingsuspected as playing under the influence of alcohol or another drug is cause for immediate ejection and removal from activity location.

    Sport Club Participants

    • Definition: Any person who is listed on the roster, practices, or competes with a sport clubwhich is sponsored by the Student Government Association.
    • Once a person is on a roster and/or participates in a practice/game that person is considered a member of that sport club for the entire academic school year.
    • Eligibility rule: Intramural sports that consist of a playing field of
      • 1-4 players are allowed 1 club player per team for that respective sport
      • 5-8 players are allowed 2 club players per team for that respective sport
      • 9-11 players are allowed 3 club players per team for that respective sport

    CLOTHING/ACCESSORIES

    1. Jewelry: No jewelry or any other item deemed dangerous by the intramural staff may be worn during play. Any player wearing exposed permanent jewelry (i.e. body piercing) will not be permitted to play.
    2. There will be no hats, bandanas, or hard barrettes worn during play. Cloth (elastic) bands may be used to control the hair.
    3. Players may wear soft, pliable pads or braces on the leg, knee, and/or ankle. Braces may not have any exposed metal and/or screws. Braces made of any hard material (including plastic) must be covered with a padded sleeve or at least one-half inch padding for safety reasons. Under no circumstances will a player wearing a cast or splint be permitted to play.
    4. Eyeglasses: If eyeglasses are worn, they must be unbreakable. Each player is responsible for the safety of his/her own glasses.
    5. A player with blood on his/her clothing or body must leave the game immediately. The bleeding must be stopped and the open wound covered. If there is an excessive amount of blood on the uniform, it must be changed before the athlete may participate any further.

    FORFEITS, DEFAULTS

    1. Game time is forfeit time. A team not fielding the minimum number of players at game time for a contest shall receive a forfeit loss.
      1. If both teams fail to field the minimum number of players for a contest, both will receive a forfeit.
      2. One forfeit will result in a team being dropped from their league. The team will also pay a forfeit fee.
    2. NEW FORFEIT FEE -If a team fails to appear for a contest or forfeits a game, they will receive a notification from the intramural staff. The first forfeit in any season results in a $10 forfeit fee. This fee must be paid no later than 24 hours in advance of their next scheduledgame, in order for the team to be eligible to come back into the league or tournament.
      1. If payment is not made by the deadline, the team will be dropped from the league or tournament.
      2. Payments for forfeit fees can be made at the Campus Recreation Center inthe form of cash, check or credit card.
      3. Captain is responsible for forfeits and will be suspended in IMLeagues for any future leagues/IM sports until forfeit fee is paid. To avoid forfeit fee, a team captain must default the game as explained below.
      4. After paying initial forfeit fee to be reinstated into the league, any future defaults or forfeits in the same league will result in an additional $10 fee.
    3. Campus Recreation encourages the use of defaults instead; to communicate when a team knows in advance they will not be able to field enough players for a game.
      1. Teams may request to default one contest during the regular season, provided the request is done by 2:00pm the day of the contest. The team will still receive a loss, but not a forfeit. If there are additional defaults/forfeits after the second default, the team will be taken out of the league.

    CANCELLATIONS

    1. If a disagreement should arise between a player and an official/supervisor concerning the interpretation of the rules, or a question on a participant’s eligibility, a protest may be made by the team captain to the supervisor.
      1. All protests must be made at the time the dispute arises and before play is resumed.
      2. The captain must complete the protest form and submit it to the Coordinator of Competitive Sports (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) no later than 5pm the next day.
      3. The protest fee is $10 and will be returned to the team/captain if the protest is upheld, and the game will be replayed from the point of protest.
      4. Misapplication of the rules and participant eligibility are the only elements of the contest that may be protested.
        1. Officials’ judgment calls may not be protested.
    2. In case of a disagreement between players in matches without officials, a re-match will be scheduled and an official or supervisor will be assigned if needed.

    PLAYOFFS

    1. Playoff tournaments will be single elimination and may be scheduled at different times than league play took place.
    2. Teams will be seeded based on regular season records and sportsmanship ratings. Please see IMLeagues.com for more details.
      1. A team must have at least a "B" average to be eligible for the playoffs.
    3. Winning percentage and sportsmanship will be the two factors taken into consideration when teams are selected for playoffs.

    SPORTSMANSHIP

    1. The intramural staff will assign a sportsmanship rating to each team, following the conclusion or each game. Sportsmanship ratings will be used to determine playoff eligibility and standing. The following scale will be used to determine rating:
      1. “A”= Excellent conduct and sportsmanship
      2. “B”= Good conduct and sportsmanship
      3. “C”= Average conduct and sportsmanship
      4. “D”= Below average conduct and sportsmanship
      5. “F”= Poor conduct and sportsmanship
    2. A team must have at least a “B” average or better during the regularseason to be eligible for playoffs.
    3. A team winning a game by forfeit or default will receive an “A” rating.
    4. A team losing a game by forfeit or default will receive no rating.

    FRATERNATY/SORORITY LEAGUES

    1. Only one team from a fraternity/sorority will be allowed to participate in the Fraternity/Sorority Leagues. All remaining teams must compete in the independent leagues.
    2. Players may not participate on more than 1 men’s/women’s and co-rec team.
    3. Only active members are allowed to represent a fraternity or sorority in these leagues and must be listed on the fraternity or sorority’s official current roster.

    PLAYER CONDCUT

    1. The Coordinator of Competitive Sports reserves the right to assign appropriate penalties. More severe cases may involve referral to the University Non-Academic Judicial officer if misconduct is done by a student.
    2. If a player plays under an assumed name or uses another person’s identification
      1. They will be ejected if caught during the contest and suspended from the remainder of the sport-specific season.
      2. 2nd offense will result in a suspension from all intramural activities for one calendar year.
      3. 3rd offense will result in a permanent suspension from all intramurals.
    3. If a player uses abusive language towards an official, supervisor, other Campus Recreation staff member, or an opponent
      1. They can be ejected immediately by an official or supervisor.
      2. 2nd offense will result in a suspension from all intramural activities for one calendar year.
      3. 3rd offense will result in a permanent suspension from all intramurals.
    4. If a player exerts discriminatory behavior
      1. They can be ejected immediately by an official or supervisor
      2. 2nd offense will result in suspension from all intramural activities for one calendar year.
      3. 3rd offense will result in a permanent suspension from all intramurals.
    5. If a player exerts unnecessary roughness
      1. They can be ejected immediately by an official or supervisor.
      2. 2nd offense will result in suspension from the remainder of the sport-specific season.
      3. 3rd offense will result in suspension from all intramural activities for one calendar year.
      4. 4th offense will result in a permanent suspension from all intramurals.
    6. If a player attempts to or does hit, swing at, push, wrestle, etc. an opponent, teammate, or spectator
      1. They can be immediately ejected by an official or supervisor.
      2. They can be suspended from all intramural activities for one calendar year.
      3. 2nd offense will result in a permanent suspension from all intramurals.
    7. If a player attempts to or does hit, push, grab, or threaten an official or supervisor
      1. They will be immediately ejected by an official or supervisor.
      2. They will be suspended from all intramural activities indefinitely.
          The Coordinator of Competitive Sports will determine if and when the suspension will be lifted.
      3. f a student, they will be reported to the Non-Academic Judicial Officer.
    8. If a team uses an ineligible player (suspended, non-student/faculty/staff, etc.)
      1. Their first offense will be to receive a forfeit for each contest that he/she participated in illegally.
      2. The 2nd offense will result in the team being dropped from the league.
    9. If two or more players from one team are involved in a fight
      1. The game will be immediately terminated and a loss will be given to the inciting team.
      2. The 2nd offense will resultin team suspension for one calendar year.
    10. If a team has players involved in pushing, hitting, or threatening an official or supervisor
      1. The game will be forfeited by that team and the captain must meet with the Coordinator of Competitive Sports before the next contest.
      2. The 2nd offense will result in team suspension for one calendar year.
    11. Any player ejected shall leave the site within 5 minutes, or the game shall be forfeited.
      1. All ejections will carry a 1 or 2 game suspension, by being classified as major or minor
        1. All major ejections will result in a 2-game suspension (ex. verbal/physical abuse, illegal player, etc.)
        2. All minor ejections are subject to a 1 or 2-game suspension (ex. jewelry violation, footwear violation, etc.)
      2. Any player suspended must meetwith the Coordinator of Competitive Sports in order to be reinstated. In order to be reinstated, you must contact the Coordinator (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to set up a meeting to discuss the ejection. The following information must be included in the email:
        1. Outline the events surrounding the ejection
        2. Outline the personal actions that led to the ejection
        3. Outline how the behavior will be avoided in the future
        4. Outline days and times between 9:00am and 5:00pm, Monday-Friday, you are available to meet regarding your ejection
      3. Upon receiving your email, a meeting time will be established to discuss your ejection and determine a timeline for reinstatement. Any sanctions will start following the meeting. Any games missed due to being ineligible will not count towards any sanction. And extreme cases may result in the incident being referred to The Office of Student Advocacy, Rights and Conduct.
    12. All participants should follow any additional policies and procedures outlines by the facility. Please see postings and signs at specific facilities.
  • UAB Intramural Sports Commitment to Inclusivity

    UAB Intramural Sports are designed to help students, faculty, and staff become involved in recreational activities regardless of age, gender, handicap, skill level, or past experience. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment and providing programs that support all members. Our expectation of the UAB community is to embrace an open-minded and respectful attitude toward individual differences of all participants.

    Should you need any accommodations, please fill out the URec Programming Disability Accommodations Request Form.

    URec Programming Disability Accommodation Request Form

  • How to Navigate IMLeagues

    UAB Intramural Sports utilizes IMLeagues, a 3rd party software, for all In-Person and ESports Leagues registrations, team rosters, competitions information, and more.

    How to Create an Account

    1. Navigate to IMleagues.com/uaband click “Create Account” in the upper right corner
    2. Use ‘UAB’ as the chosen school and your UAB email address as your email. For example, “This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.”. Generate your own password. Click “Create Account”
    3. After your account has been created, you will receive an email to your UAB email address that you entered with a link to login to your profile. Click the link and login.
    4. Download the IMleagues app to monitor Intramural Sports via your mobile device or skip this option.
    5. Click on “UAB” at the top of the page and view the Fall Intramural sports schedule.

    How to Join a League

    1. Login to your IMleagues.com account
    2. Click the sport you wish to join
    3. Choose the league you wish to play in (Men’s, Women’s, Co-Rec, etc.)
    4. Click the ‘create/join team’ button
    5. Choose the division you’d like to play in (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, etc.)
    6. Sign up in one of three ways:
      1. Create a team (for team captains)
      2. Join a team
      3. Join as a free agent

    For help or more information on IMLeagues, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our Intramural Team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Disability Accommodations

    For disability accommodation requests, please complete the form below.

    Programming Disability Accommodation Request