Intramural Photos

Check out all of the champions photos and action shots that were taken throughout the intramural season!


Brock University’s intramural sport leagues and one-day tournaments are open to all Brock students with a current and valid Brock ID card; faculty, staff and alumni may also participate after purchasing a Walker Sports Complex facility membership or an Intramural membership.

Why should you participate?

Intramurals are ideal for recreational and competitive athletes. A variety of popular men’s, women’s and co-ed sports are offered throughout the Fall, Winter and Spring semesters. Put together a team or sign up as an individual.

Thousands of students participate each year making Brock’s intramurals one of the most popular campus activities. Playing an intramural sport is a great way to meet new people and provides an exciting way to stay active and get some exercise.

Intramural Registration

Register as a team or individual

Intramural Leagues

Find your leagues and registration periods

Intramural Rules

General and league specific rules

Become an official

Gain essential skills including active listening, teamwork and confidence

Steps for Intramural Registration


Take a look at the instructions on the top of this page!

Comp A- For participants who have played the sport before in a competitive setting.

Comp B- For participants that have played the sport before in a drop-in or house league setting.

REC- For participants that have never played the sport before or a similar sport.

Yes, as long as there is still room in the league and it is not too far into the season you are able to still register

As the team captain you are responsible for paying for your team, registering your team on and inviting your teammates to join, ensuring that you will have enough players each week for your scheduled game time and signing the game sheet at the end of each game. When signing the game sheet you will also have to double check that it is correct as well as give the other team a Spirit of Competition (SoC) rating.

In order to be eligible to play for a team in playoffs you have to have been at 2 weeks of the regular season. If you are injured and at your teams game, that game can count towards eligibility as long as you sign in with your student card or membership card at the beginning of the game and are present for the whole game.

If you have lost your student card please bring another form of ID to your intramural game. You will need to get a replacement card or find your student card for future games.

Yes! Click on the “Learn more and/or Register” button at the top of the page and it will take you to our online registration system. If you would like to register in person you can do so by visiting the Walker Sports Complex Welcome Desk when it is open during the registration period.

If both you and your friend registered as individuals you can request to be on the same team. If your friend has their own team it is up to them if they would like another player. If registration is still open you can withdraw and join their team, after registration is closed it depends on the registration numbers.


Ice hockey intramurals run on Sunday afternoons, night and Monday to Thursday from 11pm to 2am. We try our best to vary the early and late games that each team has and with proper notification do our best to schedule around conflicts. We can accommodate not scheduling 1am games for your team if your team has early class one morning but you will eventually have to play a late game.

For ice hockey you are required to have a full caged helmet, neck guard as well as lower hockey equipment. You do not need to wear shoulder pads if you do not want.

No, you do not need any officiating experience to be an intramural official. What you do need is and interest and eagerness to learn the rules of the sport, the Brock modifications and ability to communicate with us. Please plan to attend the officials clinics that are being run. If you cannot attend please let the staff in the Intramural Office (WC215) know beforehand.

Yes. The majority of our leagues have multiple days of the same sport. If you would like to officiate and play we will try and get you to officiate on the day(s) you are not playing to avoid conflict with officiating in the same division you are playing in. When we are short officials for a sport we will schedule you to officiate on the same day you play around your scheduled game.

When you join the individuals team on IMLeagues you can see who your teammates are but there is not a set time for you to meet your teammates until the first game.

If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for unique sports that could be added to the Intramurals repertoire, please contact Megan Locker or x4699.