|Purpose: This study is aiming to construct the performance evaluation indicators of university's sports teams. Methods: A questionnaire was administered to eight experts from January 10 to February 10, 2012, which included the managers of college sports teams, experts of sports management and experts of sports policy. The Delphi and fuzzy AHP methods had been used to develop the performance evaluation indicators. Results: The results were categorized as input and output indicators. The input level included six dimensions, ＂sports team＂ ＂budgets＂ ＂human resources＂ ＂stadium and equipment＂ ＂population of the university＂ and ＂time＂. The output levels were included three dimensions ＂medals and ranking＂ ＂bonus＂ and ＂honorary award＂. The Delphi and fuzzy AHP methods determined 28 indicators, include the types of sport, number of teams, and the total number of athletes, etc. The highest fuzzy weights were ＂Full-time sports coaches＂ and ＂The amount of medals＂. Conclusion: This study suggested that the university sports teams were honor-oriented. The main input and output indicators for the performance evaluation of the university sports team are the number of full-time sports coaches and the total amount of gold medals respectively. Since the huge amount of facility maintenance fees, the institutions should concentrated on effective fund management. The individual factors differences between universities did not considered in this study.