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Intramural Sports


The Intramural Sports Program is dedicated to fostering a fun, safe environment for the Villanova Community to compete in a variety of sports through proficiently organized leagues, tournaments and one-day events. Participate in a variety sports at varying levels of competition. Men's, Women's, and Open leagues available. Villanova also offers Extramural competition.

Don't have a team? Need more players? Please check our Free Agents page for individuals available to play.

We welcome your thoughts and input. Have a suggestion? Please email Tyriek Good.


Interested in working for VU Intramural Sports? Check the employment page for more information.


Game Cancellations Because of Weather

If the weather looks bad, any game cancellations will be announced via the Villanova Recreation twitter page. Follow us and stay updated!

Field Locations

See the map to the right for a map of the field locations. Click the image for a larger view.

Philadelphia CITY 6 Extramural Classic

The Philadelphia City 6 is composed of Drexel University, LaSalle University, Saint Joseph's University,Temple University, University of Pennsylvania and Villanova University.

Tournaments are held at venues throughout the area, including some of the best collegiate facilities in the city such as the Palestra, Villanova Football Stadium and Saint Joseph's Alumni Hall!

Sports played: Flag Football ·  Volleyball · Basketball · Softball (Men's, Women's, Co-ed)

Contact Us

Office of Intramurals & Recreation
Located on the 3rd Floor of the Davis Center for Athletics and Fitness

Mailing Address:
800 Lancaster Avenue
Villanova, PA 19085
Fax: (610) 519-3538
Check the Villanova Twitter page (@VillanovaRec) for updates and cancellations.

Tanner Noble
Intramurals & Recreation Intern
Office: (610) 519-8936

Michael Hay
Coordinator of Aquatics, Intramurals, & Recreation
Office: (610) 519-6573

Lisa Harris
Associate Athletics Director,Recreation
Office: (610) 519-6560


Field Locations

See the map below for a map of the field locations. Click the image for a larger view.

map image of field locations