Sport Clubs


Find your sport, find your people.

Sport Clubs are organizations individuals formed who are motivated by common interests and desire to compete in sports. Sport Clubs provide learning experience for members through their involvement in teamwork, fundraising, public relations, organization administration, budgeting, and scheduling, as well as the development of skills in their particular sport. Sport Clubs are formed so members in each club can learn new skills, improve existing skills, engage in competition, and enjoy recreational and social fellowship.

LSU Sport Clubs compete against other schools across the region and nation. UREC encourages you to reach out to any club and find out how to get involved through practice, tryouts, and interest meetings

Sport Clubs Inclusion Statement

No member shall be excluded for any reason, included but not limited to: race, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, citizenship, weight, disability, veteran status, or any other factors covered by law. Students may participate in the gender specific club that affirms their personal gender identity.


Test Sport Clubs

The LSU Sport Club program has provided me many valuable things during my time at LSU. It has given me invaluable leadership skills, friends, and experiences. My time with the Club Baseball team will be most of my favorite memories when I look back on the time spent at LSU.

Josh Bonnett, President of Club Baseball


Sport Clubs faqs

Clubs practice between 2 and 5 days a week for up to 2 hours. The commitment level varies depending on the club and their level of competition. Many clubs compete on the state, regional, and national level, while others rarely compete. For more information, contact the club president directly. All club contact information can be found in the Sport Club Directory listed above.

All Sport Clubs must be a registered Student Organization for a minimum of 1 year prior to being eligible to apply for Sport Club status.

To start a new student organization follow the following steps:

  • Select an organization name. No organization shall register a name identical to, or closely similar, to the name of a currently registered student organization nor can the Louisiana State University or LSU precede any organizational name.
  • Obtain 5 students that meet the officer requirements to serve as founding members
    Submit an Advisor Agreement to confirm an individual meting the University Advisor Requirements.
  • Draft a constitution (See a Sample Constitution in Tigerlink under Campus Links).
  • Formally submit the organization application via Tigerlink by selecting the blue ‘register’ button on your organizations profile.
  • Attend In-Person Training
  • Select 1 of the 5 founding members to complete the required in-person officer training.
  • LSU Campus Life will contact the student that submitted the new student organization registration if any additional information is needed to complete the registration process through TigerLink.
  • Please allow 10 to 15 business days for application reviews.

Upon completion of the first calendar year of being a registered Student Organization clubs are eligible to apply to be a Sport Club via Tigerlink. Applications open the first day of Spring Semester, Close April 1 and are announced in May.

If you have any questions about the Student Organization or Sport Club application process please contact Caitlin Morrison, (Campus Life), or Courtney Smith, (University Recreation).