Pan Am / Parapan Am Fields

Pan Am / Parapan Am Fields

Grass playing fields at the University of Toronto are transforming into two world-class field hockey pitches to host one of the world’s most popular sports for the 2015 Games. Located at the university’s St. George Campus, the fields will be Ontario’s first international-calibre field hockey venue and will double the number of fields available for the sport in the Greater Toronto Area.

The facility is also expected to be the highest quality two-turf facility in Canada, according to Field Hockey Canada.

The two international Global Class 1 water-based turf fields — a warm-up pitch and a competition pitch — are the standard required by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) for all international competitions. Water-based turf fields are irrigated before, during and after games in accordance with international sport federation regulations. The wetted-down turf reduces friction on the ball and creates an ideal field of play. But the fields will be used for more than field hockey.

During the 2015 Parapan Am Games, teams in football 5-a-side and football 7-a-side will compete here.

As a post-Games legacy, the fields will host a number of different sports at the University of Toronto, adding to existing sports facilities and greatly extending the intramural and recreational playing season on campus for students and community members.

Competitions at Pan Am / Parapan Am Fields

What You Need To Know

Hours of Operation

Pan Am Games: July 13–18, 20–25
Gates opens two hours before competition starts.

Parapan Am Games: August 8-10, 12-15
Gates opens two hours before competition starts.

Box Office Hours: Box office opens two hours before competition starts.

Venue Map


City of Toronto Insignia


Information Booth
Stroller/Wheelchair Storage
Wheelchair Loan
Assistive Listening Devices
Lost and Found
Box Office
Food and Beverage
Alcohol Service
First Aid
Accessible Washrooms

Special Notes

There is no venue access from Hoskin Avenue. Enter from the spectator promenade off of King’s College Circle.

Please be advised that this is an outdoor venue and there is no shading in the spectator seating area. Please prepare accordingly.

For additional accessible services, please consult the TORONTO 2015 Accessibility Guide at



University of Toronto:
Hoskins Avenue & Tower Road
Toronto, ON