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Dodgeball: Last Knight Standing
Are you UCF's greatest dodgeballer? Sign up by 11/4 to find out
Tailgate Challenge (Cornhole, Kan Jam, Bocce Ball)
Register by 11/11
International Week World Cup
Represent Your Nation! Register by 11/12

Intramural Sports offers all Activity and Service Fee paying UCF Students (and UCF Faculty and Staff who purchase Recreation and Wellness Center Memberships) the opportunity to participate in a variety of team, dual, and individual sports. Participating is a great chance to get involved. Several divisions of play are offered for most activities to accommodate various skill levels for both recreational and competitive participation.

News & Announcements

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Register by 11/12
Posted on Friday, October 31st, 2014 @ 9:44am by Shane Land

This is an opportunity represent your country in a week long soccer event hosted here at the RWC Park. This tournament takes place November 17th - November 21st. Teams are encouraged to register to represent a country of their choice in a world cup style event. There are only 28 spots in this tournament so be sure to register early to reserve your spot in the league!

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Register by 11/4
Posted on Friday, October 31st, 2014 @ 9:25am by Shane Land

On November 8th, UCF students will gather at the RWC in an all-day dodgeball event. When the dust settles, we'll find out who the Last Knight Standing is - to be crowned with the coveted intramural championship shirt. Sign up as an individual, and teams will be created throughout the day in an elimination style format until we find our champion. Don't miss out!

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Arrive in the MAC Gym by 10:00am on 11/1
Posted on Monday, October 27th, 2014 @ 10:44am by Shane Land

As the month of November rolls around, Intramural Sports is glad to bring back our adaptive sport, Sitting Volleyball. We are happy to be hosting the 3rd Annual Sitting Volleyball tournament, and continue the growth of the sport here on campus. Sitting Volleyball first appeared in the 1976 Toronto Paralympics and has continued its growth bringing awareness to having a sport for both people with a disability and able-bodied participants.