Saskatoon is an active, competitive, sporting city. But more people want to play than there are facilities to accommodate them.
The Master Plan for the Gordie Howe Sports Complex will expand our city’s capacity and address real need in our community.
Maximizing the use of new and upgraded facilities, the Master Plan will increase access to safe, reliable facilities for multiple winter and summer sporting activities in Saskatoon and area, allowing many more people to participate.
The Master Plan includes indoor and outdoor training and playing facilities to accommodate development programs for multiple sports, enable year-round training, reduce game cancellations due to poor weather and help athletes of all ages and abilities excel here at home.
Over 175,000 people will benefit every year.
The Gordie Howe Sports Complex aims to become the premier sports park in Western Canada, and a magnet for more national and international events.
Be a part of Saskatoon’s sporting future — Join the team building a better place to play!
Gordie Howe Sports Complex flyer
Monday March 12 2018
Saskatoon Rush Football
presents Female Athlete Day for Grade 3 – 8 Girls!
Flag Football skills and drills
Basketball Skills and Drills
Flad Football Modified Games
Register at saskatoonminorfootball.com or call 306-220-9619 or email email@example.com
In support of KidSport – So ALL Kids Can Play!
Sunday, March 19th, 2017
11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Market Mall Mini-Golf Course
2325 Preston Avenue South
Entry Fee $25 per team of four.
Pre-registration not required.
All proceeds to KidsSport. For more information please call KidSport at 306-975-0818.
Hall*Comm Bursaries will be available in order to help Saskatchewan youths (8 – 16) afford fees for sports camps to be held in Saskatoon and Regina during July and August, 2017.
Bursary applications may be submitted from March 1 until August 1
Hall*Comm Trust will co-fund youths from across Saskatchewan who wish to attend summer sports school or camp, but who cannot afford all the school or camp fees. Frequently, a partnership between charitable organizations will enable a youth to attend sports school or camp at significantly reduced fees and often FREE.
Hall*Comm Trust is very selective, and will only co-fund youths for attendance at camps or schools headed by certified professional “A” teachers who are also highly accomplished skills-development coaches. After extensive consideration, Hall*Comm Trust has chosen to partner with Canadian Tire Jump Start (CTJS) in order to co-fund youths to attend Young Athlete Saskatchewan Inc. (YAS) 2017 summer basketball camps.
More information and application forms: www.hall-comm.com
Information on YAS Basketball Camps.
Saskatoon Minor Football is dedicated to providing Saskatoon’s youth with a positive learning experience to develop the fundamental skills of football and well-being for a lifetime of physical activity. The league is non-competitive and focus on increasing the participation and skill development of the leagues participants.
Spring Registration opens January 1, 2017
Tykes on Spikes – Ages 4 – 5
5-on-5 Flag – Grades 1 – 8
Six-a-Side Tackle – Grades 5 – 8
Rush All-girls Flag
Volleyball Saskatoon’s Cool Moves Volley WINTER Program for girls and boys is held on Wednesdays from 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. from January 11 to March 8 at the Henk Ruys Soccer Centre in Lawson at 219 Primrose Drive.
Mini Volley for 6 – 8 year olds
Atomic for 9 – 11 years olds
Tripleball for 12 – 13 year olds
Smashball for boys born in 2003, 04 & 05.
Come and learn how to play volleyball. Cost is $125.00
For more information contact Leo van Dam at 306 261-5994 or visit www.volleyballsaskatoon.ca
Registration is now open for Girls in Motion – a free event being hosted by the City of Saskatoon, for female youth ages 10 to 14. Event takes place on Monday, November 14, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Shaw Centre (122 Bowlt Crescent)
A day for girls to become inspired to live a healthy, happy lifestyle and enjoy physical activities. This year’s activities include both aquatic sports and dryland activities and an opportunity to learn water safety skills. Girls can either have Swim Kids 5 or will be provided with a life jacket to wear for water activities. Space is limited.
Please call 306 975 3378 before Tuesday, November 8, to register.
Saskatoon District Sports Council is organizing a used sports equipment donation. Help your community by donating used equipment. Let’s promote sports participation!
They accept Hockey, Baseball, Golf, Soccer, balls, bags, cleats, pads.
If you are in need of used equipment: Please contact Doyle Matheson at 306-975-0830 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saskatoon District Sports Council Inc.
Play Like a Girl Event Sunday, October 2, 2016
The City’s, Recreation and Community Development Division, in partnership with Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan, Sask Sport Inc., and Women in Sport – Physical Activity and Recreation, will be hosting “Play Like a Girl” on Sunday, October 2, 2016, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the SaskTel Sports Centre (150 Nelson Road). Registrations are still being accepted for this free, one-day event for girls ages 10 to 14.
Test your agility and experience the sports of judo, fencing, and sledge hockey with world-class athletes and coaches who will lead the day.
Agility with Helen Upperton
Olympic Silver Medalist – Bobsleigh
Helen Upperton won the silver medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics after previously finishing fourth in the two-woman event at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy.
Judo with Amy Cotton
Amy Cotton won the bronze medal in the women’s half heavyweight division at the 2003 Pan American Games. She represented Canada at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, and the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, England.
Fencing with Kirsten Van Marion
Kirsten Van Marion has been fencing for nine years and fences out of the Asquith Garde Fencing Association. Kirsten has fenced with the junior national team and as a notable opponent in Junior Women’s Epee.
Sledge Hockey with Jessica Frotten
Jessica Frotten won two bronze medals at the 2015 Parapan American Games in Toronto, Ontario.
Please register in advance by calling 306-975-3378 by 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 29, 2016.
National Health & Fitness Day is Saturday, June 4th
National Health and Fitness Day (NHFD) is an initiative to make Canada the Fittest Nation on Earth, starting with marking one day, the first Saturday in June as the day when Canadians get out and get active in any way they wish.
Over the last few years, MP John Weston has worked with Senator Nancy Greene Raine to involve the 338 MPs and the 100 Senators to encourage cities and towns across the country to proclaim the day and mark it with local events. Hundreds of communities have already proclaimed the day and the National Health and Fitness Day Act, Bill S-211, became law in December 2014!
This learn to flag football camp is offered to girls in grade 5, 6, 7 or 8 interested in learning football skills and fundamentals. We have lots of great coaches with both flag and tackle experience who will lead the drills in a progressive, fun and safe manner. We want to create a positive learning experience instilling a passion and love for the game. No football experience is needed just a pair of cleats, running shoes, and a willingness to have fun!
Public School Camp: Friday March 4, 2016
Catholic School Camp: Monday March 7, 2016
Open to any girl in Grades 5 – 8
TIME: 12:30 – 5:00 PM
Public School Division – Rush Camp Friday March 4th 12:30-5:00pm
Location: Henk Ruys Soccer Centre (North End) 219 Primrose Drive Saskatoon
What to bring: Water bottle and Indoor running shoes!
Catholic School Division – Rush Camp Monday March 7th 12:30-5:00pm
Location: Sasktel Sports Centre (Centennial High School) 150 Nelson Road Saskatoon
What to bring: Water bottle and Indoor running shoes!
Practice #1: 1:00 – 3:00 PM
Snack Break & Chalk Talk
Practice #2: 3:30 – 5:00 PM
To register visit: www.saskatoonminorfootball.com/rush
Family Mini-Golf Tournament
for KidSport Saskatoon
Sunday March 6, 2016
11:00 am to 5:00 pm
Market Mall Mini-Golf Course
2325 Preston Avenue South
Entry Fee $30 per team of four. Pre-registration not required.
All proceeds to KidSport.
VVCA 2016 Outdoor Soccer Registration
Thursday February 25, 2016 7:00 AM to Thursday March 10, 2016 11:59 PM
2016 VVCA Outdoor Soccer Registration
Season length: 8 weeks from May 2 – June 30
Divisions and Game Times:
Kinder Soccer (born 2012 & 2013)
1 Session per week (night tbd, led by volunteer VVCA parents).
U6 Co-ed (born 2010 & 2011)
3v3, Mon and/or Tues and/or Fri 6pm & 7pm games (1 game per week) Practices tbd.
U7 Co-ed (born 2009)
3v3, Wed and/or Thurs and/or Fri 6pm & 7pm games (1 game per week) Practices tbd.
U8 Co-ed (born 2008)
4V4, Wed and/or Thurs and/or Fri 6pm & 7pm games (1 game per week) Practices tbd.4V4, Wed and/or Thurs and/or Fri 6pm & 7pm games (1 game per week) Practices tbd.
Varsity View Community Association no longer registers players for U10 soccer. If you are interested in a U10 program please go to: http://www.eastsidesoccer.ca/
Outdoor soccer is weather dependent, and VVCA is not responsible for any lost game or practice time due to weather or other circumstances. No refunds will be given for lost games or practices.
If cost is a barrier for you to register your child/children, you are encouraged to apply for funding from Kidsport. Please click on the link below for the application form:
Application deadline for kids sport funding is March 15, 2016. You may email the VVCA soccer co-ordinator at: email@example.com if you have any financial assistance inquiries.
If there is no way for you to pay via credit card on this site, please email the VVCA soccer co-ordinator Jason Kovitch at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
VVCA SOCCER Poster
February 1 – 10, 2016 – Zones Registration
Zone 1 (includes Varsity View, Grosvenor Park, Nutana):
Feb 9th – 6:45pm – 8:15pm Roland Michener School in the Library
Feb 10 – 6:45 – 8:15pm Silverspring School in the Library
Saskatoon Minor Softball League
SMSL is dedicated to provide and opportunity for young athletes to participate in Softball – to learn and strive for success in a safe, healthy environment.
– Mondays and Wednesdays: Blast ball and Mites.
– Tuesday and Thursday: Rookie ball.
– Fees: $50 for Blastball, $60 for Rookies and $70 for Mites plus the community fee.
– online registration is available on the Hustlers website; saskatoonhustlers.ca
-There is no cutoff date for registration or penalties for late registration but hopefully with the days of the week set people will be able to plan their lives accordingly.
Blast Ball: 2009 / 2010 / 2011
Rookie Ball: 2007 / 2008
Mites: 2005 / 2006
Squirt: 2003 / 2004
Pee Wee: 2001 / 2002
Bantam: 1999 /2000
Midget: 1997 / 1998
April 23 & 24, 2016 Softball Community Coaches Clinic
May 13, 14 & 15, 2016 – Early Bird Tournament
May 13, 14 & 15, 2016 – Spring Classic
May 25, 2016 – Minor Softball Night
May 27, 28 & 29, 2016 – President Tournament
June 3,4 & 5, 2016 – Hustler Tournament
June 24,25 & 26,2016 – League Championship
July 8,9 & 10 – Provincials
SMF Playground to Pros Camp for Grade 5,6,7, and 8’s
Feb 16th, 17th & 18th 2016
Saskatoon Minor Football is proud to offer a winter football skills and fundamental Camp on February 16th, 17th, & 18th 2016 at Sasktel Sports Centre. Our Playground to Pros Camp will have practices 10am-12pm, (lunches provided by Subway) and 1:30pm-3:30pm daily.
Here is a few confirmed professional players who will be coaching:
Ben Heenan OL (SK Roughriders CFL / Indianapolis Colts NFL),
Paddy Nuefeld OL (WPG Bluebombers),
Graig Newman LB (WPG Bluebombers), and
Jorgen Hus LB (SK Roughriders).
More pros will be added soon.
Click here to register and more details are posted below! http://www.saskatoonminorfootball.com/sixaside/registration.php
Our three day camp will focus on transforming each athlete into a multi-positional player. This will be achieved through inclusive positional training from CFL/CIS/CJFL players. We will have 2 coaches per position, one being a past or present CFL player. It is important to develop skills and an understanding of all positions to become a well-rounded player and student of the game.
Our purpose of the camp is to provide Saskatchewan’s youth with a positive learning experience to develop the fundamental skills of football and well-being for a lifetime of physical activity. The camp is noncompetitive and focuses on increasing the participation and skill development of the youth.
Where: Sasktel Sports Centre Saskatoon, Sk
When: February 16th – 18th 2016
Equipment: Pickup will be February 11th at SMF Warehouse
Camp Registration: Feb 16th 9:00am at Sasktel Sports Centre
Practice times: 10:00am-Noon, Subway lunches on site, & 1:30pm-3:30pm
Registration: Maximum of 180 players
If your have any questions please email email@example.com or call 306-975-0848