The King's experience is found in more than just great books. It's also in the mud and the sweat, the bond with your teammates, and the thrill of the game. It's found in working your body as you hone your mind.

Women's Soccer Team Win

One of the founding ideals of the Foundation Year Programme's was the creation of a community in which students are encouraged to develop all sides of themselves: intellectual, spiritual, artistic and physical.

The Athletics Department offers many options for students who wish to remain involved in athletics after high school. For the serious athlete, varsity sports include soccer, basketball, volleyball, rugby, and badminton.These are characterized by a commitment to excellence.

For those who want to stay fit and play recreationally, there is a wide range of recreational and fitness opportunities, including soccer and dodgeball, supported by the King's Amateur Athletics Association (known as CUBE). King's relationship with Dalhousie adds intramural flag football, ultimate frisbee, and beach volleyball to the mix.

The Athletics Department urges every student to join in, whatever your skills and ambitions.

Master varsity sports schedule

Please take a look at our master varsity sports schedule to follow the King's Athletics season.


About the athletics program




March 30, 2015

King's Athletic Awards Night

University president Dr. George Cooper opened Saturday's Athletic Awards Night in a way, he opined,…

March 10, 2015

King's badminton's Banman & Alvarez a quick study on the Court

This past week King’s played host to the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association badminton championships,…

November 27, 2014

Thomas Watson, an athlete and a scholar

A Blue Devil’s basketball player surpassed the 1000 point plateau and led his team to two crucial…



King's is a member of both the Atlantic Colleges Athletic Association (ACAA) and the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA).