Intramurals Greek Cup
The Intramurals Greek Cup is a recognition program coordinated by Campus Recreation in collaboration with Fraternity & Sorority Affairs in which the fraternity and the sorority with the highest point totals at the end of the academic year are awarded with the Fraternity Greek Cup and the Sorority Greek Cup respectively.
Current Leagues – Spring 2017
Registration: January 30-February 2
- Indoor Soccer
- 4 on 4 Flag Football
Registration: March 27-30
- Outdoor Soccer
- Sand Volleyball
Trophy & Standings
Fraternity Greek Cup (FGC) & Sorority Greek Cup (SGC) Trophy
At the end of the academic year, the winning fraternity and sorority will each have their organization and year inscribed on their respective Greek Cup Trophies to commemorate the achievement. The trophies will be displayed at the Activities and Recreation Center throughout the following academic year.
All team members listed on the roster of a Greek Cup Team MUST be active members or new members/pledges of their fraternal organization.
Should a team believe a player on another team’s roster is not an active member or new member/pledge of a fraternity or sorority, they may submit a protest for the player’s eligibility with intramural staff. Intramural Activities will collaborate with Fraternity & Sorority Affairs to verify the membership of the member in question listed on team’s roster.
If a Greek Cup Team is found to have a participant on their team roster who is not an active member or new member/pledge of its particular fraternal organization, the organization in question will forfeit any points earned towards the Greek Cup.
Any sport league or tournament offering a Fraternity Greek Cup or Sorority Greek Cup League will be awarded points. Please see the following chart for the point breakdown.
- 10 points per win
- 25 points per team*
* once per semester
(overall for season)
- 4.00 point rating = 100 points
- 3.00-3.99 point rating = 75 points
- Less than 3.00 point rating = 0 points
- Champion = 200 points
- Runner-up = 100 points
Registration, Eligibility, & Co-Rec Divisions
Greek Cup Team Registration
Greek organizations are limited to signing up one team per sport. If your organization wishes to have more than one team, please register only one in the Greek Cup Division and the remaining under a respective men’s, women’s or co-rec division.
Greek Cup Competition time slots are allocated on a first come, first serve basis as with all other intramural time slots.
Greek Cup Eligibility
In order to be eligible to participate in the Fraternity or Sorority Greek Cup Leagues, organizations must be a recognized member in good standing of the following councils:
- Black Greek Council (BGC)
- Interfraternity Council (IFC)
- Panhellenic Council (PHC)
- United Greek Council (UGC)
Additionally, organizations must be recognized and in good standing with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Fraternity & Sorority Affairs in order to participate in the FGC and SGC Leagues.
In the event a Co-Rec Fraternity and Sorority Greek Cup Division is offered, both organizations will each earn full points awarded. When registering, please clearly name the team with both fraternal organizations following the naming restrictions listed in the next section.
IM League Fraternal Organization Page
Fraternity and sororities should email firstname.lastname@example.org to identify an Athletic Chair or Captain of their team(s). The Intramural Activities office will make the athletics chair an administrator for their organizations’ group page on IM Leagues.
The Head, or Chair, must affiliate their teams with the fraternity or sorority group by clicking on the Associate Teams tab at the the bottom of the organization page. This will bring up the teams the captain is already assigned. They can pull them under the umbrella of the group by clicking Associate.
Note: Fraternities and sororities should only Associate the teams on their group page which they wish to be eligible for the Greek Cup. Intramural Activities will only count one (1) FGC / SGC team per sport toward the organization’s point total.
For questions regarding the Intramural Greek Cups, please contact Campus Recreation Intramurals at email@example.com.