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Brought together through the Sport Club Council, Sport Clubs are individual organizations formed by motivated students that desire to participate in athletic activity
Sport Clubs are student-run, student-led organizations made up of like-minded Knights who like the thrill of competition and want to represent the UCF community. There are 44 different club teams for you to choose from. Whether it’s Judo, Lacrosse, Ultimate Frisbee, Soccer, or Gaming there is a club for every Knight.
Many of the Sport Clubs travel to compete against other universities. Perhaps the biggest benefit of joining a club team is the life-long relationships club members build. Involvement in the Sport Clubs Program gives students a co-curricular opportunity to enhance vital transferable skills in team development, and leadership.
Sport Clubs have won more than 30 team or individual nationals championships since 2004. Club teams are recreational, instructional, and competitive. If you are new to the sport, no problem at all.
Learn more about the history of Sport Clubs at UCF, how to join a club, or even how to start your own club!
Looking for a list of all of our Clubs? Visit this page to to view a directory of each of our active clubs and link to learn more about how to get involved.
Want more information? Visit this page for contact information of the Sport Club staff and members of the Sport Club Council Leadership
The Tennis Club at UCF qualified for nationals after an outstanding performance at the USTA Florida TOC Sectional Championship this past weekend.
The tournament, held at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, received 32 teams from 12 different colleges from all over the state of Florida.
After the draws of the tournament’s seeds, the team was nervous as they would face the No. 1 team, UF, in the first round.
“Have a chip on your shoulder,” said Andrea Snead, Assistant Director of Sport Clubs, Inclus Read More >>
“Have a chip on your shoulder,” said Andrea Snead, Assistant Director of Sport Clubs, Inclus
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Forty-four Sport Clubs supported the UCF Women’s Basketball team on Wednesday at the Addition Financial Arena.
During the traditional War on I-4, all Sport Clubs had the chance to be recognized during halftime with their officers going to court and being applauded by all fans in the stands.
“It was awesome to see the fans cheering for our clubs,” said Jean Jerome, supervisor of six Sport Clubs. “I’m sure they will always remember that moment and use it as fuel for their up Read More >>
The Men’s Volleyball Club at UCF was crowned champion of the 20th Annual Hoosier Illini Classic in Indiana this past weekend.
Competing in a two-day tournament against 19 universities from across the nation, they were the furthest traveling team going nearly 1000 miles to compete. It shows that no matter where we go, our Sport Clubs will always go the distance for the gold and distinguish themselves as champions.
“It made us feel like outcasts,” said Nicholas Harris, president of the Men’s Vo Read More >>
“It made us feel like outcasts,” said Nicholas Harris, president of the Men’s Vo
Learning how to ride a bike, kicking Tae Kwon Do paddles, and being introduced to Rock Climbing were just some of the activities the Sport Clubs provided kids during their 2nd annual MLK Day of Service at the Academic Center of Excellence.
With the support of the Sport Club Council and Volunteer UCF, the second edition of the event was more than just a field trip. Clubs brought their equipment and showed excitement throughout the whole day presenting their sports to community members and students alike.
As the kids started