Intramural Sport Leagues

Watch the videoIntramural Sports Leagues are organized for BCIT students and staff during school breaks and evenings.

BCIT Recreation Services offers the following intramural sports:

For up to date Intramurals listings please return to our Programs page and click Intramurals

Fall-Winter-Spring intramural leagues

Basketball 3 on 3

Team Fee: $27.00
Mon 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Fall starts Sept. 23
Winter starts Jan. 20

Ice Hockey

Team Fee: $2000, or Individual Fee: $200
Wed 3:00 - 5:00 pm
Fall starts Sept. 25
Winter starts Jan. 22

Dodgeball

Team Fee: $72.00
Tues 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Fall starts Sept. 24
Winter starts Jan. 21

Soccer (Indoor)

Team Fee: $72
Wed 2:30 - 8:00 pm
Fall starts Sept. 25
Winter starts Jan. 22

Floor Hockey (non-contact)

Team Fee: $100
Mon or Tues 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Fall starts Sept. 23 or 24
Winter starts Jan. 20 or 21

Volleyball (co-ed)

Team Fee: $72
Thurs 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Fall starts Sept. 26
Winter starts Jan. 25

Soccer (2 V 2)

Team Fee: $27
Thurs 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Fall starts Sept. 26
Winter starts Jan. 23

For fees, playing times, dates, and more information on intramurals, please contact Paul_Fortier@bcit.ca.

Registration information

Most players register as a member of a team but we do take individual registrations and will either assign you to an existing team or form a team of individuals. All team registrations are processed on a first come - first serve basis. Team registration forms can be picked up at Recreation Services and handed in along with the registration fees during the registration period. Participants may only register on one team per sport per term.

Intramural statistics

For the latest in all Intramural standings, schedules and individual stats check out eSportsDesk.com.

Intramural photos

Come "like" our Facebook page to see our intramural photos!

Fair play points

Points for fair play will be awarded for each league game and will be incorporated into league standings. To be eligible for play-offs, competitive teams must obtain 80% of all possible fair play points. For example in leagues with seven teams, in which each team plays six games, a team must receives five fair play points to be eligible for the play-offs.

Fairplay award

One team from each intramural sport will be awarded fair play t-shirts based on sportsmanship characteristics.

Become a referee

Referee

Applicants must have a thorough knowledge of the game that they are applying for and an understanding of its rules and regulations.

All referees must attend the general training session and their sport specific clinic.  For more information please contact Paul_Fortier@bcit.ca.

2013 Dates will be announced in August 2013

Sport Time Location
Volleyball 9:30 am SE16 114
Ice / Floor Hockey 9:30 am SE16 171
Training Session 11:00 am SE16 171
Lunch 12:30 pm SE16 171
Indoor Soccer 1:00 pm SE16 171