The YOMTC uses an online registration and payment system for all annual memberships (returning and new).
Returning member 2023 Registration will be open from February 28th - March 17th, 2023 @ 5pm.
Important Notes For Returning Members:
Returning YOMTC members have a protected period to renew their 2023 membership. If you have not renewed your membership within the protected window, your membership will then be offered to those on our waitlist. Please note that the Club currently has in excess of 800 people on the waitlist. Don’t be disappointed so be sure to register before the deadline. Returning members will receive an e-mail notification along with registration instructions.
Please Note: If for whatever reason you do not receive the email notifications, you can still complete the renewal process by simply logging in to your YOMTC member account to complete registration and payment. This can be done anytime during the renewal window.
Important Notes for New Members:
New members from the waitlist will only be able to register beginning mid to late March, 2023 if the club has not reached its maximum capacity of Adult members. If your name is on the waitlist you will be contacted by the YOMTC Membership Director as 2023 memberships become available. Please ensure email@example.com is on your email safe sender list.
Note: ONLY Credit Card payments are accepted. NO CASH or PAYPAL.
Adult Membership is currently full.
The waitlist is at capacity. Waitlist will re-open once it reaches 500 people.
Please check back in the future to see if it has opened.
Unfortunately, most clubs in the GTA are at capacity with waitlists lasting several years. There has been a massive surge of interest in tennis recently and Toronto's current facilities have not been able to keep up with the demand. Please note that City of Toronto Community Tennis Clubs offer weekly public hours, so be sure to look them up so you have an opportunity to play on courts with good surfaces.
Let's hope the City of Toronto recognizes the need for more clubs. One possible solution, aside from having to find land to build new courts on, would be to convert some of the existing low quality asphalt cement public courts to member based community tennis clubs. Much of the infrastructure is already in place, and new court surfacing along with amenity construction is a worthwhile and self sustaining investment for the city.