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Sport Clubs are organizations that give students the opportunity to play their favorite sport at a competitive level. The main differences between a Division I (NCAA) program and a sport club team is the level of funding, there is no formal recruiting and we do not have a stadium to play in. As a sport club, the team receives a limited annual budget from student fee allocations and generates most of their operating budget from dues and fund raising activities. Participating on a sport club team is a good way to keep that competitive edge and have fun at the same time.
Men's Soccer at Colorado State has been a sport club for nearly 25 years. Although they have not won any National Championships, they are 4-time semi-finalists and two-time Finalist in the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) National Tournament. Every year close to a hundred students will tryout for the two highly competitive teams. Each team will carry 18-20 players and will divided into an 'A' and 'B' team. Tryouts are held the first week of school and last three days. There is a twelve-five dollar fee that goes towards a tryout shirt and other equipment costs. Practices are usually Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.