Welcome to Sport & Rec! Whether you're into yoga, weightlifting, or want to play on a competitive or recreational sports team, you'll find many ways to get active at the University of Toronto.
Sport & Rec offers sport and physical activity programs to the University of Toronto community on the downtown campus, as well as the local community.
Our dynamic range of programs will help you get active in whatever way works best for your body, no matter your skill level or history of participating in sports.
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Further to the ongoing planning around COVID-19 and in response to the March 17, 2020 message from the Provost, all buildings operated by U of T Sport and Rec are closed to students, members of the public, staff and faculty until further notice. All athletic, physical activity and recreation programs and services within these spaces are cancelled.
But now more than ever, it's important to stay active! Physical activity has huge benefits for mental and physical health and academic performance. So while our buildings are closed, we're delivering physical activity programs virtually.
During the closure, our Fitness & Performance team is sharing daily workouts and exercises that you can do at home without special equipment and household items on Instagram.
Plus, we'll be launching a full slate of online fitness classes in April. Stay tuned!
Find inspiration for daily movement with MoveU Anywhere! Our MoveU team has created a number of excellent workout videos that you can do in your own spaces.
Meditation is an effective way to manage symptoms of stress and anxiety. After all, mental health is just as important as physical health. Every week, our Diversity & Equity team is sharing short videos highlighting mindfulness and meditation techniques you can incorporate into your life—and a whole lot more.
About sport & rec
U of T offers the largest range of classes, events and club sports at a Canadian university. Drop in to a group fitness class, run laps on the track, pump iron like a pro in the Strength & Conditioning Centre or level up your skills in an instructional class!
Studying at U of T Scarborough or U of T Mississauga? You can also explore what's available through the Athletics department at U of T Mississauga or the Athletics & Recreation opportunities at U of T Scarborough. Students who pay the athletic ancillary fee are automatically members of our facilities.
Find the activity that's right for you by exploring the directory of sport and recreation programs.
You can also sign up for instructional classes, book courts and more at recreation.utoronto.ca, your tri-campus source for all things sport and recreation.
U of T Intramurals is open to all students and offers different levels of competition through leagues, tournaments and special events. Playing intramural sports is a great way to make friends and enrich your university experience!
The Varsity Blues program provides competitive sport opportunities at the provincial and national level for outstanding student-athletes. The program is the largest intercollegiate program in Canada, with 42 teams across 24 sports.
The Tri-Campus League is open to all students and represents the highest level of sport competition outside of the Varsity program. Participants develop sport skills with the help of coaches and play in competitive games with registered officials.
All students who pay the athletic ancillary fee are automatically members of our facilities.
Not a student? Not a problem. We offer a variety of memberships to the broader community.
Through Camp U of T and Junior Blues, we offer a variety of classes on land, in water and on ice designed to teach children and youth the physical literacy skills they need to be active and healthy for life.
Research shows that kids who have fun while participating in physical activity are more likely to stay active. Our programs focus on the fundamental movement and sport skills that provide an essential foundation for youth to become more confident in participating in physical activity.