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I AM SPORT

Join over 4,000 University of Exeter students playing weekly in our intramural sports leagues (IMS). It's the perfect way to enjoy competitive sport and make new friends right here on campus. IMS is open to all University of Exeter students, staff and alumni, with teams usually entered representing halls, academic subjects, sports clubs, societies or groups of friends. 

There are 9 sports to choose from playing on various days of the week outside academic time table. The league runs throughout term 1 and 2 with promotion and relegations at the end of term 1. A new intramural sports league starts in term 3 with a variety of sports including Rounder’s and the new addition of Dodgeball!

Registration has now closed for Term 1 and 2.

Term 1 and 2Term 3
Badminton (mixed) Rounders (mixed)
Basketball (men’s) Small sided hockey (mixed)
Football 11-a-side (men's) Dodgeball (mixed)
Football 6-a-side (men's) Football 6-a-side football (men’s)
Hockey (mixed)  Netball (mixed)
Netball (mixed)  

 How do I join?

IMS is open to all University of Exeter students, staff and alumni, with teams usually entered representing halls, academic subjects, sports clubs, societies or groups of friends. Below is a list of ways you can enter a team into the IMS league:

  • Sign up as a group of friends
  • Join a society team at the fair at freshers week
  • Join a course team - contact your course rep for details of what sports are on offer
  • Join an AU sports club team, head to the Sports park during freshers week to find out more information from all the sport club stands
  • If you're an individual looking for a team, please contact the IMS Officer

 

The University of Exeter is proud to include a variety of ways in which students can be active whilst studying. You could play a competitive sport as a part of one of our 50 different clubs, or you could be a part of a participation event.

We have Intramural Leagues, one-off mass participation events throughout the year or bespoke programmes which have been designed in accordance with student demand.

You could try UV Ultimate Frisbee, or Wheelchair Basketball, or Yoga in one of our many green spaces.

We can also put on self-defence classes upon demand and have successfully run inclusive courses like 'Basics to Barbells', a six-week introduction to safely workout in the gym before going in the gym itself.

The most important thing, is we listen to you.

This is a great opportunity to not only increase health but also optimise well-being by taking a break from studies and interacting with other students.


Please email imsport@exeter.ac.uk for more information.