Pride and passion
The popularity of college sports in New York State and across the country is not limited to NCAA varsity programs. Club sport programs have been a hidden gem on college and university campuses, and have proven they can establish rich traditions and elicit the same excitement and emotion from players, fans and alumni alike.
With more than 2,000 student-athletes registered, Binghamton University offers 40+ club sport teams that compete on and off campus or simply come together to recreate. Club Sports are growing every year — now can be your time to join!
Participating in a club sport is a great way to meet new people, learn new skills or improve existing ones, become more educated about fitness and health, compete against others and enjoy social time with friends. There are no cuts or tryouts for club sports — everyone is welcome to play!
Meet our clubs today and decide for yourself where to bring your pride and passion.
Joining a club
- Attending a GIM (or general interest meeting) is the first step to joining a club. These meetings are typically 30 minutes to an hour long and provide you with a chance to talk with team leaders about practices, time commitment and schedules.
Next, register through B-Engaged. Each club member must have completed all required registration forms prior to participating.
Current and future members log into B-Engaged with your PODS ID and password.
Once logged in, search "Campus Recreation"
At the top right of the page, select the "Resources" dropdown menu and click on "Surveys & Forms"
Complete and submit the online registration.
Once submitted, approval will be sent back to the member via email. If denied, the member will receive an email.
Competitive clubs meet as often as two or three times a week to every day of the week. These clubs compete against other colleges and universities in both leagues and tournaments. Some of the more competitive clubs compete in postseason play and regional and national championships.
Most of these clubs have an instructor who assists in supervision, strategy and skill development.
Recreational with limited competition clubs meet on an average of three times per week and compete against other colleges and universities on a limited basis.
Recreational clubs meet on an average of once a week and participate with other members of the club.