Welcome to Club Sport Activities
Club Sports are student-led groups that have been formed by and for the Acadia student community. Club Sports promote wellness, encourage active living and social engagement, and provide you with meaningful leadership opportunities and experiences.
Whether you are looking learn a new sport or activity or build on your existing skills, Acadia Club Sports offer a range of recreational activities to participate in. You'll enjoy the chance to meet new people with similar interests, and if you participate in a competitive sport program, you'll benefit from the opportunity to represent Acadia University in a positive manner.
View our Club Sport List to see an up-to-date list of active sport clubs on campus. You can contact the Club Executive for any team to ask questions, and sign up.
Club Sports List
Club Sports can be recreational or competitive, and may include a variety of activities including training, instruction, social and tournament/league play. Acadia Club Sports are categorized into three tiers:
Tier One sports train and compete in recognized inter-university and collegiate league, which typically culminates with a championship. This level includes regional, provincial, or national competition. High Performance Club Sports train at a high level and have winning objectives.
- Equestrian (Show Team)
- Men's Rugby
- Women's Hockey
- Synchronized Skating
Tier Two sports regularly train during season and may compete regularly or occasionally at recognized competitions. These clubs attend, and may organize or sponsor an occasional tournament, or special event. Though there may be competition at this level it may be more irregular or informal than at the Tier I level.
- Field Hockey
- Field Lacrosse
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Women's Rugby
- Competitive Dance
Tier Three sports are organized for leisure, activity instruction, and socializing. Tier III Club Sports are for students whom share the same interest in a sport or recreational activity, and may meet to develop skills or practice their sport or activity, but do not engage in formal competition.
- Equestrian (Recreational)
How do I start a Club Sport?
The first step to starting a sport club is to find other students with a shared interest for the sport or activity. From there, student groups wishing to start a recognized Club Sport must complete a Club Sport application form and submit the required documents. If you are interested in starting a Club Sport, please email Kim Wallace for an application package. New Club Sport Applications are due by June 30th each year.