FCCU has a Sports Board that organizes, promotes and conducts games. The Sports Board features a very active intramural sports program with competition in athletics, basketball, cricket, football, hockey, table tennis, wrestling, lawn tennis and swimming. Participation in intervarsity competitions in many of these sports is part of the sports program.

The sports facilities include an 8-lane standard 400m grass track, a short course (25m) swimming pool, six tennis courts, basketball courts, badminton courts, cricket, football, hockey and handball grounds and a table tennis hall. There is also a gym for male students with manual equipment for bodybuilding.

Sports equipment is available from the Sports Office in Lucas Center throughout the day. Students need to deposit their membership card to borrow the equipment. Hostel students can borrow sports equipment for use on weekends.

Specialized training by coaches is available after University hours. Outstanding sportsmen get a chance to represent the University’s teams in the Lahore Board Inter-Collegiate and All Pakistan Universities Competitions. Outstanding performers in Board Inter-Collegiate, Inter-Varsity and other recognized tournaments are eligible for the award of Roll of Honor in Sports, the Henry Lall Sports Medal, the Scholar-Athlete award, the Shanky L. Sheets Sports Medal, the College Color and Certificate of Merit.

FCCU has regular clubs in the following sports: Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Bodybuilding, Boxing, Cricket, Football, Hockey, Lawn Tennis, Racket Squash, Swimming, Table Tennis, Volleyball, and Weightlifting.

Intramural competitions are arranged in most of these sports, involving 14 teams: 6 teams from the student hostels and 8 teams for non-resident students of the University and Intermediate section. The hostel teams are Ewing, Griswold, Kennedy, Newton, Velte and West Houses. Non-resident student teams are Babar, Humayun, Akbar, Jehangir, Shah Jehan, Aurangzeb, Mughal and Jahangir Houses.

Annual intra-university competitions include the Athletics Championship (track, field and gymkhana events) and the Dr Charles W Forman Sports Fixture (football, basketball and table tennis)