Social Sports/Drop-in

Social Sports and Events are FREE to anyone who presents their UFV Campus Card.

During Social Sports, there will be a Campus Rec Sport Organizer on hand to help arrange teams and to sign participants in. All participants will be required to sign a waiver or informed consent prior to participating in a drop-in sport. We ask that all participants to wear comfortable athletic clothing and shoes when participating in drop-in activities.

The goal of the Social Sport program is to provide an opportunity for participants to enjoy a fun, safe and fair playing environment, while promoting social engagement among individuals on the UFV Campus. All levels are welcome.

Enjoy and have fun!

Click here for more information about our new Indoor Soccer/Futsal League. Registration open until Oct 9.

SCHEDULE (Abbotsford)

Sessions will run January 14-April 10, 2019. There will be no sports scheduled during stat holidays (October 9 or November 9)

SportDay of the weekTime
Indoor Soccer
Click here for more details
Mondays and occasional Thursdays for games communicated by Sport OrganizerM 6:00-8:00pm
Abbotsford North gym (E105)
VolleyballTuesdays
Tentative - More info on January 15
7:30-9:30pm
Abbotsford North gym (E105)
Dodgeball
Click here for rules
Wednesdays2:30-4:30pm
Starts Nov 7
Abbotsford North gym (E105)
Badminton
Click here for rules
Wednesdays7:00-10:00pm
Abbotsford North gym (E105)
PickleballThursdays12:00-2:00pm
Abbotsford North gym (E105)
Basketball Thurdays2:00-3:30pm
Abbotsford North gym (E105)

SCHEDULE (Chilliwack)

Currently looking for individuals to help organize Social Sports in Chilliwack. If you are interested in starting somethings email campusrec@ufv.ca

**Sport Organizers volunteers needed. If you are interested email campusrec@ufv.ca.

Last updated: January 11, 2019

 

 

 

 

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