Program Information

Last updated on October 27, 2020 11:51 am

Advanced registration is required for all Intramural Leagues and Contests. All facility check in locations and change room use are dictated by facility, for specific instructions please review the desired league facilities COVID-19 update page. Face coverings are required when indoor at all UBC sport facilities except when exercising or performing physical activity.

 

Things to know

Registration

Safety Practices

What to Expect

FAQs

 

Things to Know

  1. COVID-19 Safety
    • Advanced registration is required for all leagues; on-site registration is not available.
      • Online registration for each contests is available now, and closes 2 business days prior to the contest at 9:00am.
    • Please keep an eye out for “Welcome to the Program” email, for pre-program requirements and on site check in details.
    • Signs and directions are posted throughout the facility/fields to guide traffic flow and queueing spots.
    • All League Sporting Contests are designed to adhere to physical distancing. No contact will be involved in any activities.
    • Lawn Sports League teams will not compete directly against each other, nor on the same equipment simultaneously.
    • There is sufficient time between time-slots to ensure no overlap, and to allow for cleaning of shared equipment.
    • Current time slots are 45-60 minute blocks of activity including sign in time.
  1. Amenities
  1. Arriving & Signing-In
    • Participants are being asked to arrive no earlier than 5 minutes prior to their timeslot, and no later than the specific start time of the timeslot.
      • Participants in the Todd Ice Hockey League are asked to arrive 15 minutes prior to their timeslot. 
    • When signing-in, Intramural staff or SRC Operations staff will administer the pre-screen protocol, confirm the online waiver has been signed, check the participant in, and assign a field/court for play.
    • All facility check in locations are dictated by facility, for specific instructions on how to arrive and sign-in for each league, please see below.
  2. Capacities 
    • Capacities are limited by activity and facility for all contests – a maximum of 4 people (Shoot out contests) or 2 people (all other contests) per half gym, rink, field.
  1. Equipment
    • All common equipment used during contests will be sanitized between use.
    • Equipement is not required for leagues, excluding the Todd Ice Hockey League.
      • For Todd ice Hockey League contests, participants must wear full hockey protective equipment Including a CSA approved helmet with either a full cage, or half-shield with a mouth guard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey gloves, hockey pants, shin guards and skates

Registration

UBC Recreation is using a new registration system beginning May 2020; an online login will be required for all activities. If you have not recently set up a new login, please follow the link below to set up a new online login.

UBC Students – please ensure that you have activated your login using your CWL in order to qualify for student rates and free access to the UBC Aquatic Centre and SRC drop-in activities.

League Sporting Contests

  • Advanced registration is required for all league contests; on-site registration is not available.
    • Online registration for each contests is available now, and closes 2 business days prior to the contest at 9:00am.
  • Participants can register in as many contests as they like.
  • Please bring your UBC ID card or government issued ID.

Lawn Sports

  • Advanced registration is required for Lawn Sports League; on-site registration is not available.
    • On site sign-in will be done as a team (teams members must be apart of one’s social circle).
  • Please bring your UBC ID card or government issued ID.
  • Registration for Lawn Sports League has closed.

Additional Information and Policies

  • Please keep an eye out for the “Welcome to the Program” email, for pre-program requirements and on site check in details.
  • Participants will have to register online individually for each individual league contest, and then complete the online waiver prior to participating.

Contact Us – Intramural Leagues

Tel: 604-822-9052

Email: intramurals.info@ubc.ca

What to Expect

What to Expect

Nitobe Basketball League & SRC Futsal League

  • Participants will arrive at the North Doors of the SRC, and SRC operations will conduct the Covid-19 pre-screen, and once completed participants will proceed upstairs for contest specific check in.
  • Participants will exit via the north doors in the gyms.
  • Basketball, Futsal ball, cones, hoola hoops, and other obstacles, will be cleaned between each time-slot.
  • Futsal players are instructed to not touch the ball with their hands during shootout contests unless they are the goalie and wearing gloves.

Todd Ice Hockey League

  • Participants will arrive via the North entrance with full gear on (skates, helmets, and goalie pads can be put on in the change-rooms) and check in at the sign in desk in the North Entrance Foyer.
  • Participants will exit via the marked pathways.
  • Once checked in, participants will be sent to pre-assigned change-rooms to put on skates, helmets and goalie pads (maximum 2 people per change room).
  • Participants will be notified via supervisors knocking on the change room door that they are able to enter the rink.
  • Space on the benches will be assigned to put on skates.
  • Participants must wear full hockey protective equipment Including a CSA approved helmet with either a full cage, or half-shield with a mouth guard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey gloves, hockey pants, shin guards and skates
    • All equipment that is not specifically worn by the participant will be supplied by Intramurals, but will be minimal.

Lawn Sports League

  • Participants will enter the Thunderbird Park grass fields area from the northern or western part of campus and check in at the sign in desk.
  • Participants will be directed to their respective starting area immediately upon successful check in.
  • When done, participants are asked to leave all equipment and scoring sheet at their final spot, and exit via the marked pathways.
  • Please adhere to all on-site signage and instructions.
  • Teams will never participate on the same apparatus, or “hole” at the same time, and cannot pass one another on “hole” based activities.

Handley Cup Soccer League

  • Participants will enter the Thunderbird Stadium via the south side of the main entrance and make their way down the south set of stairs to the sign in desk at field level.
  • Participants will exit via the near north stairs and exit the building via the north side of the main entrance.
  • Soccer Balls, Frisbees cones, hoola hoops, and other obstacles, will be cleaned between each time-slot.
  • Participants are instructed to not touch the ball with their hands during shootout contests, unless they are the goalie and they are wearing gloves.

Daily Health Screening

All persons visiting UBC facilities or taking part in a program must be able to answer “no” to all of the following questions:

Have you, or members of your household, experienced any flu-like or cold symptoms within the last 14 days?

Have you, or members of your household, had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or is awaiting COVID-19 test results within the last 14 days?

Have you, or members of your household, travelled internationally within the last 14 days, including to the USA?

  • If the answer is “yes” to any question on arrival, they will not be allowed to attend any programs for health and safety reasons. A supervisor will follow-up with them through phone or email to issue a credit for programs that are missed.
  • Translated written copies of pre-screening questions will be available to ensure language is not a barrier to understanding and adherence to health and safety measures.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Health and Safety Plan is guided firstly by science and research; taking guidance and expertise from reputable sources in order to reduce risk. This includes: World Health Organization (WHO) Public Health Agency of Canada BC Government BC Employment Standards BC Centre for Disease Control HealthLink BC  WorkSafe BC Vancouver Coastal Health University of British Columbia UBC Human Resources American Camping Association BC Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) viaSport