As a University of Toronto student, you have many options for keeping active. Get moving at state-of-the-art facilities on each campus, and through a variety of different classes, fitness programs and sports teams across the University.
Open to UTM students, the Recreation, Athletics, and Wellness Centre (RAWC) is an on-campus athletic facility equipped with modern exercise equipment, a 25-metre swimming pool, 2 gymnasiums, 3 squash courts, an indoor track, dance studio, and weightlifting room. Join in our drop-in sports and group fitness classes, or take part in our instructional programs, including swimming, yoga, and Olympic weightlifting. Visit www.utm.utoronto.ca/athletics for more information on how you can move at UTM.
Take a break from class and play sports at UTM! We offer two recreational sport leagues for students to participate: UTM Intramurals and Tri-Campus. The UTM Intramurals league has students form teams with their friends and compete against other UTM students in a recreational sport environment. For the Tri-Campus program, UTM students represent their campus in different sport leagues across the three U of T campuses, traveling for games and practicing weekly with a coach. Visit the UTM Sports page for complete details.
Established in 2014, the UTM Varsity Eagles program welcomes over 100 student-athletes each year competing in badminton, cross country, women’s and men’s basketball, and women’s and men’s soccer. The Eagles compete within the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) and are nationally affiliated within the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Tryouts for the UTM Eagles can begin as early as mid-August. If you’re interested in joining our growing Eagles family, complete the Become an Eagle online form and our Varsity staff will get in touch with you. As well, all Varsity home games are FREE for UTM students to attend. Come cheer on your Eagles, meet friends, and win prizes! Visit our Watch the Eagles page for complete game schedules.
University of Toronto’s St. George campus offers a 5,000-seat outdoor stadium and turf field at the Varsity Centre; a 2,000-seat field house, a state-of-the-art strength and conditioning centre, and a sport medicine clinic at the Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport; a 50-metre Olympic pool, squash and tennis courts, a gymnastics gym, basketball courts and more at the Athletic Centre; as well as multi-level fitness facilities at Hart House.
Have fun, make friends and keep active by joining an intramural sports program. From soccer, hockey and basketball, to ultimate frisbee and water polo, you have lots of options to choose from. U of T Intramurals are open to all students and offer wide-ranging levels of competition in many sports through including regular season leagues, weekend tournaments and special events. Participate with your faculty or college team, or form/join an open team. Check online for available sports, how to sign up, and registration deadlines.
Grab some friends and come out to cheer on your favourite Varsity Blues sports team. As a member of the U of T community, you too are a “Blue”. U of T’s varsity sports program is the largest in the country with 44 teams competing in 24 sports – including basketball, football, hockey and volleyball. U of T students get into regular season games for FREE with a valid T-card. #BLEEDBLUE
U of T Scarborough features the brand-new Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, with a multi-level fitness centre, two Olympic sized pools, a training pool and a dive tank, an indoor running track, and a 41-foot climbing wall. For outdoor sports, the UTSC’s picturesque valley facilities feature two multi-sport grass fields, a high-performance baseball diamond, and 11 well-maintained and supervised tennis courts.
Join one of our many intramural sports programs, and have fun in a social and active context.
The University of Toronto Varsity Blues teams have won every major Canadian university sporting championship over the past 100 years. We run one of the largest and most successful university sports programs in North America. Our 44 teams compete in 26 sports, including rowing, swimming, football, soccer, baseball, rugby, wrestling and more. Olympic and national-team athletes are among our coaches and competitors, and over 900 student athletes represent U of T here and internationally.