We are Tri-Campus.
We are Intramurals.
We are EAGLES.
Our mission is to provide co-curricular sport opportunities for UTM students that positively impacts the post-secondary experience and supports student health and well-being in a fun and inclusive environment.
Provincial Proof of Vaccine Requirement
In accordance with the Province of Ontario Passport Certificate Regulation and effective September 22, 2021, all participants accessing indoor sport, recreation and fitness facilities must be fully vaccinated (2 doses plus 14 days). The regulation can be found here.
Please note that all Sport & Rec participants of indoor programming are required to show proof of vaccination and complete a screening on the day of your visit.
All requirements can be found on our 2021 Vaccine Requirement page.
UTM Sports - Come see what you can do...
Compete in a higher level of intramural sport! UTM students represent their campus in different sport leagues and tournaments across the three U of T campuses.
2021-22 Return to Play Update:
We are excited to inform you that UTM Tri-Campus Sports will return in the Winter Term 2022. For the beginning of the Fall 2021 Term, the Department of Recreation, Athletics & Wellness will be introducing new UTM Intramural sports on our UTM campus. This decision for the fall will adhere to Public Health Guidelines and University of Toronto protocols. We look forward to the return of U of T tri-campus sports!
Check out our Tri-Campus page to see what sports we will be offering for the 2021-22 season.
Take a break from class and play sports at UTM! UTM students create teams and compete against each other in a recreational sport environment.
Check out our UTM Intramurals page to see what leagues, virtual events, tournaments and special events we will be offering for the Fall 2021 and Winter 2022 semesters.
No standings, no stats, no commitment; join fellow UTM sport enthusiasts for an informal game or practice your skills solo!
UTM offers drop-in hours in:
- Tennis and more...
*In-person programs are subject to change due to provincial health regulations.