Champions play at UCF.

Knights athletic teams have earned landmark victories on state and national stages—from American Athletic Conference titles to BCS bowl wins. But some of our student-athletes’ most important triumphs have been in the classroom. They’ve achieved an average GPA of 3.0 or higher for 18 consecutive semesters and earned a 93 percent graduation success rate, which ranks number 1 in the nation for public universities. Success isn’t as sweet without the cheers of fans in the stands, so every student gets free admission to sporting events on campus. Being a part of the action is an important part of our lifestyle—because we’re never as strong alone as we are together.

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UCF Fight Song

UCF charge onto the field
With our spirit, we’ll never yield
Black and Gold
Charge right through the line
Victory is our cry … V-I-C-T-O-R-Y
Tonight our Knights will shine!

We Determine Our Own Destiny.

From the first kickoff on a converted cow pasture to buzzer-beater shots, grand slams and championship cheer routines, UCF Knights have been building momentum on the field and the court for nearly four decades. And whether we were underdogs or the overwhelming favorites, you’ve been cheering us on every step of the way. With your continued support, the best is yet to come.

Tacko Fall

To reach the next level, UCF Athletics aims to:

  • Become a perennial top-25 college athletics program
  • Empower our student-athletes to earn degrees and attain exceptional personal and professional lives
  • Support UCF in achieving its goals through impactful, positive exposure
  • Energize all of Knight Nation, including alumni, students and the entire Orlando community

Shaquem Griffin

“I love wearing the Black and Gold and representing this great school. I’ve learned a lot since stepping foot on the UCF campus. Each experience I’ve been through has taught me something of great value. Thank you to all of the people who support our program and help provide scholarships for student-athletes.”

Shaquem Griffin, ’16, (Human Communication) Linebacker

Athletics facilities aerial photo

The Facilities

World-class facilities have never been more important to attract recruits and win scholarships.

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