Make friends, have fun and add to your university experience by playing intramural sports!
The intramural program at the University of Toronto is one of the largest in Canada. We offer a wide range of sports to meet the diverse interests of the student population.
No matter your skill level, you'll find intramural and tri-campus leagues, weekend tournaments or special events that are right for you. We offer a variety of leagues and divisions for any level of play. Play your favourite traditional sports, like softball or badminton, or try something new, like glow in the dark dodgeball or esports!
summer 2020 esports leagues
Introducing our all-new summer esports leagues!
This summer, play for glory and a coveted intramural championship t-shirt in our esports leagues! Battle it out with your favourite players in NBA 2K20, FIFA 20, NHL 20 and Madden NFL 20.
Please note that due to COVID-19-related reductions in programming, summer esports leagues are only open to U of T students.
Given the continued emergency measures in place across Ontario and the indefinite nature of the COVID-19 situation in our city, the University of Toronto has cancelled all currently scheduled summer programs that cannot be hosted remotely, including intramural activities where games would have been played in person. Learn more about cancelled Sport & Rec summer programs.
Commitment to Equity and Accessibility
The University of Toronto Intramurals program along with the Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education strives to create and maintain a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere for all students and members in all our facilities - one that is aligned with University policies, guidelines and statements on equity, diversity and excellence.
To this end, the faculty has made a systemic commitment to equity through a variety of targeted strategies and initiatives. We work closely with the University's equity officers at the Accessibility, Sexual and Gender Diversity, and Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity offices to design and develop initiatives to improve accessibility, sexual and gender diversity, as well as anti-racism and cultural diversity.
A student and staff partnership leading the way in providing opportunities for fun, fair play and development for all.