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Welcome to Flames Nation

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This is where grit and grace meet the gridiron. The ice. The field. The track. The pool.

It’s where athletes play with passion — and then pray with their competitors after the game, win or lose.

It’s a D1 experience with conviction. A fan favorite that’s also a family favorite.

At Liberty University, you’ll get the big-time college game day experience — the traditions, the tailgates, and the thundering crowds. But you’ll also get the testimonies of coaches and student-athletes who understand that being a champion means more than simply being a victor.

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So be early. Be loud. Wear red.

Because this is Flames Nation — and we’re here to change the game.

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“Liberty has some of the best athletic facilities in the whole world. I’ve trained in Olympic pools from Italy to Egypt, and the facilities here amazed me. That was one of the reasons I chose Liberty to begin with — as well as the Christian education.”

Junior Charles Fernandez, Olympic athlete, 2015 Pan Am Games Modern Pentathlon winner, and member of Liberty’s Men’s Swimming and Diving team


NCAA Division 1 Sports

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NCAA Division 1 Sports Video For SoftballLiberty Lady Flames softball team

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Come out and cheer on our 20 teams playing at the highest collegiate level — in the ASUN conference, the BIG EAST, CCSA, and as an independent in the FBS. Tickets to all regular season match-ups are free to Liberty students.

In 2019, Flames Football will be playing Syracuse, Louisiana, Rutgers, UMass, BYU, UVA, and other fierce FBS opponents. Check out all the action and learn about more Liberty’s NCAA programs at LibertyFlames.com.

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Liberty competes in these sports at the NCAA Division 1 level:

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Men’s:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field
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Women’s:

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Field Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball

 

Did You Know?

Liberty’s NCAA Division I program has won over 140 conference titles.

In 2018, Liberty Flames Football became the ninth team in NCAA history to win six or more games during its inaugural season in the FBS.

Liberty’s only NCAA programs not competing in the ASUN conference are football, which will enter its second season as an FBS independent, field hockey (BIG EAST Conference), and women’s swimming and diving (CCSA).

The Flames women’s basketball team went on a 12-day trip to Israel in August, 2018 and won two games against the Israel National Team.

Senior track and field runner Alejandro Perlaza Zapata from Colombia earned a bronze medal in the 4×400 relay for his native country at the Central American and Caribbean Games in Colombia.

The Flames Division 1 women’s hockey team won its second ACHA Division 1 women’s hockey National Championship this year (they won their first title in 2015).

Flames triathlete Giovanni Bianco, a graduate student from Italy, won the 20-24-year-old long-course triathlon division at the Multisport World Championship Festival in Denmark, in July 2018.

In January, Liberty University’s men’s wrestling team became the first team in the NCWA National Duals tournament’s 11-year history to defend its national title.

The 2019 State Games of America will be hosted on Liberty’s campus this summer, July 31-Aug. 4.

In October, Flames Baseball traveled to the Dominican Republic to lead a youth baseball clinic on a field shared by the San Francisco Giants. Players and coaching staff also visited an orphanage for disabled children, delivered food to an outlying village, played games against local teams, and shared the gospel wherever they went.


Club Sports

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Club Sports Equestrian Center

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Liberty’s Club Sports program is modeled after an NCAA Division III athletics department and is unlike any other in the country. With over 40 teams and more than 700 members and coaches, as well as professional grade facilities and training areas, Liberty’s Club Sports programs bring serious match-ups and exhilarating competition to the Liberty arena.

Check them out and cheer them on — because the real secret to our home field advantage is our fans.

Liberty competes in these sports at the Club Sports level:
Men’s
Women’s
Both Men’s and Women’s
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  • Hockey Division I
  • Hockey Division II
  • Hockey Division III
  • Lacrosse
  • Paintball
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  • Shooting
  • Swimming & Diving
  • Ultimate
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling
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Men's Lacrosse Club Sports Men’s lacrosse team playing against WVU

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  • Figure Skating
  • Hockey Division I
  • Hockey Division II
  • Shooting
  • Synchronized Skating
  • Ultimate
  • Wrestling
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Women's Hockey Club Sports

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  • Archery
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Crew
  • Cycling
  • Disc Golf
  • Equestrian
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  • Gymnastics
  • Racquetball
  • Rock Climbing
  • Ski & Snowboard
  • Tae Kwon Do
  • Triathlon
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Guys Playing Beach Volleyball


The Liberty Flames Sports Network (LFSN)

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LFSN Team

Want to catch all the Flames action — even when you can’t be at the game? Tune into the Liberty Flames Sport Network (LFSN), Liberty’s radio and television networks that have been covering Flames athletics since 1981.

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Liberty sports events can be viewed on all satellite and cable systems throughout Southwestern and Central Virginia on WFFP Channel 24. They are also broadcast on outlets across the nation, including the Mid- Atlantic Sports Network (MASN), ESPN3, Cox Television Network, American Sports Network (ASN), The Walk, and various independent stations, representing more than 40 million households coast-to-coast.

Make sure you also catch Game On, LFSN’s weekly update on all things Liberty Athletics. 


College Football Fun at LU Starts Long Before Kickoff…

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Student Flames Club Members

Student Flames Club

Promote school spirit, enhance the game day atmosphere, and connect with Liberty’s athletics programs by joining the Student Flames Club.

Available to all residential and online students, membership costs range between $25 (one-year) and $75 (four-year), and give you the following benefits:

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Flames Fan Fest Inflatables

Flames Fan Fest

The game day experience begins long before the football team takes the field.

Two hours prior to kickoff at each home game, Liberty Athletics hosts the ultimate fan experience with the Flames Fan Fest inside the Liberty University Indoor Practice Facility.

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