Concordia University

http://www.concordia.ca/content/concordia/en/campus-life/recreation/intramurals.html

Intramural sports

Start a team or join a team, bring old friends or make new ones: you'll have a great time giving your all in our intramural sports leagues.


Intramural sports

Basketball

Concordia Intramural Basketball is co-ed and open to students, staff, faulty and the public.

Hockey

You can play hockey year-round at the Ed Meagher arena in the athletic complex


Soccer

Inside, outside, or under the Stinger Dome, you can play year-round at a competitive or recreational level.

Ultimate

Grab a disc and tune into the spirit of the game. Join one of the fastest-growing (and most fun) team sports in North America.


Volleyball

A co-ed volleyball league held in the Concordia gym on the Loyola campus, with beginner, intermediate and advanced leagues.

Flag football

League is open to all. Games are played at the athletic fields on the Loyola campus.


Refund Policy - Sport Leagues

Full refunds are granted within fourteen days (14) of the season start date.

Any requests for refund following this period must be accompanied by an authorization letter issued by Concordia Recreation and will be granted only on the basis of a medical condition, provided a note from a health professional is presented. Refund amounts will be based upon the date that the league is notified (email) of an injury. Refunds  are pro-rated and will incur an administrative fee.

Captains' will not be refunded their registration fee if a team withdraws from a sport league, whether from voluntary withdrawal or through administrative decision involving suspension or expulsion.

Concordia University will not refund in whole or in part any fees submitted by players who have been suspended, expelled or whose team has been removed from a league.

Equipment Policy

Limited quantities of equipment and jerseys are available for use from the Service Center upon presentation of a valid I.D. card

The borrower will be held financially responsible for all borrowed equipment in the case of loss and/or damage through misuse.

Back to top

© Concordia University