Intramural Sports are organized recreational sports leagues that allow students at Liberty to participate in a variety of team and individual sports. Competition exists, but the real focus of intramural sports is health and exercise, social interaction, stress reduction, sportsmanship, and teamwork.
- 3 Point Shootout
- 4v4 Flag Football
- Billiards (8 Ball)
- Coed Beach Volleyball
- Coed Kickball
- Coed Volleyball
- Disc Golf
- Fantasy Football
- Flag Football
- Indoor Soccer
- Outdoor Soccer
- Slam Dunk Contest
- Table Tennis
- Ultimate Frisbee
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
What are Liberty Intramural Sports?
Intramural Sports are organized recreational sports leagues that allow students, staff, and faculty of Liberty University to participate in a variety of team and individual sports. Competition exists, but the real focus of intramural sports is health and exercise, social interaction, stress reduction, sportsmanship, and teamwork.
What is the difference between Intramural Sports and Club Sports?
Intramural Sports are sport leagues where students, faculty and staff are competing against other Liberty students, faculty and staff in different recreational opportunities. Club Sports are sport opportunities for students who compete against other colleges/universities. There are designated coaches, practice times, try out dates and dues that students must pay in order to participate in.
Liberty Intramural Sports provide an opportunity for students who cannot, or choose not to participate in NCAA sports, to compete at a lower level of competition. In an effort to allow Faculty/Staff members & Graduate students to interact with Undergraduate students, they are also eligible to participate in the IMS program. Alumni are not eligible to participate. In an effort to achieve an equal level of competition, there are a few exceptions found in the Eligibility section of the IMS Handbook.
How do I sign up for an Intramural Sport?
As a convenience to you, all Intramural Registration is done online on our Intramural Sports League site www.imleagues.com/liberty. You can create your own team or sign up as a “Free Agent” with the possibility of being chosen to participate on an established team. Each team has their very own team page allowing them to share all of their own team information with each other. The deadlines to register each team are found on the Liberty school page at www.imleagues.com/liberty. The deadline to sign up to play on a team is the first regular season game. If you have any questions or need assistance feel free to stop by or call the IMS office, located in the Campus Recreation offices on the mezzanine level of the Tilley Student Center.
Is there a fee to play Intramural Sports?
Where are Liberty Intramural Sports (LUIMS) played?
- LaHaye Student Union: Basketball, Racquetball, Table Tennis
- LaHaye Multipurpose Center: Coed Volleyball
- LaHaye Ice Center: Broomball
- Thomas Indoor Soccer Complex: 4v4 Flag Football, Dodgeball, Indoor Soccer, Spikeball, Whiffleball
- Liberty Mountain Intramural Complex: Beach Volleyball, Flag Football, Softball, Ultimate Frisbee
- East Athletic Fields: Coed Kickball, Outdoor Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee
- Cook Tennis Center: Tennis
- Montview Student Union: Billiards, Bowling, Table Tennis
Can I request certain times to play?
What happens if my team cannot make a scheduled game?
How long is each Intramural Sports season?
What do we need to bring for each game?
Are there times my team can practice?
What do members of each Intramural League Champion receive?
Visit IMLeagues.com/Liberty for more information about Liberty’s intramural sports program.