Sports fans rejoice. We have 19 teams competing at the highest level of NCAA competition in the SEC, arguably the nation's elite athletic conference. That equates to more than 200 sporting events on campus every year and at least 200 opportunities to call the Hogs! We also offer everything you could want in club sports and recreational activities. Check out the University Recreation links below.
Our Razorbacks don't just represent the University of Arkansas – they are the pride of an entire state. Generations of students, alumni, fans, and entire families are all connected by their love of the Razorbacks. With 43 national championships and counting, what's not to love?
We live for game day. ‘Calling the Hogs’ with thousands of your closest friends is part of the experience. The Hog Call is one of most unique and most recognizable chants in all of sports. And it’s loud, really loud.
Simply put, there are dozens of Lions, Tigers and Bears, but in all of college athletics there is only one Razorback. ArkansasRazorbacks.com is your source for Razorback news, information and features about the student-athletes and coaches we love to support.
Game Day Guides
Ready for game day? These fan guides will make sure you are.
You need these to get in. Get ticket information and buy tickets by sport.
Learn how to call the Hogs and find out about a few other U of A traditions we've grown fond of during the past 140 years.
University Recreation provides a wide array of recreational facilities and opportunities on campus. UREC
even has a one-stop shop for exploring some of the nation's best outdoor amenities
and most spectacular hiking trails – all within a short drive from campus.
The 225,000 sq. ft. Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) building is the largest recreation facility in the area. In addition to the HPER building, the university community has access to a new state-of-the-art fitness center located in the Arkansas Union. And that's just the beginning of what UREC has to offer.
More than 4,500 students participate in more than 30 intramural activities every year, organized into team sports, dual sports, and individual sports. Sports include flag football, basketball, soccer, softball, sand volleyball, dodgeball, and many more.
Club sports allow you to find others that share a common interest in a specific sport while also enjoying the benefits of a group or club experience. Clubs include ballroom dancing, bass fishing, ice hockey, water skiing, and even quidditch.
Explore the outdoors through diverse clinics, adventure activities, and trips in the region and across the country. To get you ready, a bouldering wall, climbing wall, bike shop, and equipment rental services are offered on campus.