Your Internet Guide To Local Calgary Community Information and Associations

Calgary Sports & Clubs

Calgary offers a large variety of sports clubs for all ages with a wide range of general interest clubs for children and adults. Several of these organisations are city wide while others are administered at a local community level. All of the local community sports, excluding general interest clubs may require a community association membership. Check with the individual sports clubs for their registration, membership and general information. Add Your Club

Blackfoot Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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Communities: Acadia, Albert Park/Radisson Heights, Applewood Park, Copperfield, Douglas Glen, Dover, Erin Woods, Fairview, Forest Heights, Forest Lawn, Maple Ridge, McKenzie Towne, New Brighton, Ogden, Penbrooke Meadows, Red Carpet/Mountain View, Riverbend, Southview, Willow Park.

Bow River Bruins Association


Calgary, AB

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Communities: Bowness, Cougar Ridge, Crestmont, Greenwood/Greenbriar, Lynx Ridge, Montgomery, Point McKay, Rocky Ridge, Royal Oak, Tuscany, Valley Ridge

Bow Valley Hockey


Calgary, AB

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Communities: Auburn Bay , Cranston, Douglasdale, Mahogany, McKenzie Lake and Seton.

Calgary Buffalo Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Members include minor and junior aged players who's permanent residence is within the boundaries of the following Community Districts and junior aged players who qualify under rule AA7. Communities: Acadia, Auburn Bay, Bonavista Downs, Chaparral, Copperfield, Cranston, Deer Ridge, Deer Run, Diamond Cove, Douglasdale Estates, Fairview, Kingsland, Lake Bonavista, Maple Ridge, McKenzie Lake, McKenzie Towne, Midnapore, Millrise, New Brighton, Parkland, Queensland, Shawnessy, Somerset, Sundance, Willow Park

Calgary Minor Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Amateur hockey in Canada is overseen by the Canadian Minor Hockey Association. In Calgary it is administered by a member organization -the Minor Hockey Association of Calgary. These organizations ensure that all players have an equal opportunity to participate in a safe and fun sport. A number of communities operate hockey programs within Calgary and the standards established by Minor Hockey permit the communities to participate in inter-community league play on a fair and consistent basis.

Calgary North Stars Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Our goal is to build a foundation for the development of both hockey and life skills amongst all members of our Association, while fostering pride, tradition and excellence. Within this framework we will strive to create a positive environment that emphasizes the importance of mutual respect and teamwork. Communities: Abbeydale, Albert Park/Radisson Heights, Applewood Park, Beddington Heights, Bridgeland/Riverside, Cambrian Heights, Castleridge, Coral Springs, Coventry Hills, Crescent Heights, Douglas Glen, Dover, Edgemont, Erin Woods, Evanston, Falconridge, Forest Heights, Forest Lawn, Greenview, Hamptons, Harvest Hills, Hidden Valley, Highland Park, Highwood, Huntington Hills, MacEwan Glen, Marlborough, Marlborough Park, Martindale, Mayland, Monterey Park, Mount Pleasant, North Haven, North Haven Upper, Ogden, Panorama Hills, Penbrooke Meadows, Pineridge, Queens Park Village, Red Carpet/Mountview Mobile Park, Renfrew, Riverbend, Rosedale, Rosemont, Rundle, Saddleridge, Sandstone Valley, Southview, Symons Valley (Kincora & Sherwood), Taradale, Temple, Thorncliffe, Vista Heights, Whitehorn, Winston Heights/Mountview.

Crowchild Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - To encourage maximum participation in the program by the participants and their parents. To create a spirit of competition. To encourage sportsmanship. To develop, through participation, the basic skills of the sport of hockey. To foster proper conduct of players, coaches and parents. Communities: Scenic Acres, Silver Springs, Varsity Acres

Crowfoot Minor Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - The Crowfoot Minor Hockey Association began its operations in 1982 representing 3 communities, 15 teams and 225 players. Crowfoot Hockey was incorporated in September 1991 under the Societies Act of Alberta as a not-for-profit organization. It is governed by its constitution and is administered by an elected volunteer Board of Directors. Crowfoot Hockey now represents the following Communities: Arbour Lake, Dalhousie, Hamptons, Hawkwood and Ranchlands. Previous to the 2005/2006 season, Crowfoot also represented Citadel, Royal Oak and Rocky Ridge. These 3 Associations now belong to Bowriver Hockey. Players from these 3 communities that were registered with Crowfoot previous to 2005 may choose to stay with our Association.

Girls Hockey Calgary


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Female players who reside within any of the Local Minor Hockey Associations. Communities: City wide.

Glenlake Hockey


Calgary, AB

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Communities: Altadore, Bankview, Bel-Aire, Beltline, Brittania, CFB-Lincoln Park, Chinook Park, Cliff Bungalow, Eagle Ridge, Elbow Park, Elboya, Erlton, Kelvin Grove, Killarney/Glengarry, Kingsland, Lakeview, Lincoln Park, Mayfair, Meadowlark Park, Mission, Mount Royal Lower, North Glenmore Park, Parkhill/Stanley Park, Richmond, Rideau Park, Roxboro, Rutland Park, Scarboro, Scarboro/Sunalta, Shaganappi, South Calgary, Spruce Cliff, Sunalta, Upper Mount Royal, Windsor Park.

Lake Bonavista Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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Communities: Bonavista Downs, Deer Ridge, Deer Run, Diamond Cove, Lake Bonavista, Parkland, Queensland.

McKnight Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - McKnight’s mission is to provide all participants with an affordable, fair and competitive hockey experience that focuses on the development of individual and team hockey skills, the practice of good sportsmanship and fair play and the opportunity to be challenged while having fun. Communities: Beddington Heights, Cambrian Heights, Country Hills, Crescent Heights, Greenview, Harvest Hills, Highland Park, Highwood, Huntington Hills, MacEwan Glen, Mount Pleasant, North Haven, North Haven Upper, Queens Park Village, Rosedale, Rosemont, Sandstone Valley, Thorncliffe, Tuxedo Park.

Midnapore Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Midnapore and Shaw Meadows Associations have agreed to ensure players from our communities are offered every chance to play within our associations prior to accepting players from other associations. This means that if a division is full in one organization, the organization will look to the other for openings and vice versa. Communities: Chaparral, Midnapore, Sundance, Walden.

NCHL No Contact Hockey League


Calgary, AB

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The NCHL was started to provide a safe, fun, mature and competitive environment for adult hockey players, men and women of all skill levels, including beginners. Our first season was played in summer of 2004 in Calgary, AB and today the league is home to over 5,000 players. Our `One and Done` policy on fighting and numerous rules designed to protect our players are what separates us from the rest. If you want to play hockey tonight, get up the next morning and go to work, join the NCHL, for a better way to play! City Wide.

Properties Sports Association


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - We dedicate ourselves to the advancement of amateur sports in our community by providing quality sports programs for our children to participate in and providing progressive leadership that will create a safe atmosphere to foster sportsmanship, team spirit, skill development, self esteem and a love of the sport. Communities: Abbeydale, Bridgeland/Riverside, Castleridge, Coral Springs, Falconridge, Marlborough, Marlborough Park, Martindale, Mayland Heights, Monterey Park,Pineridge, Renfrew, Rundle, Saddle Ridge, Skyview Ranch, Taradale, Temple, Vista Heights, Whitehorn, Winston Heights/Mountview.

Simons Valley Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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Communities: Country Hills Village, Coventry Hills, Evanston, Hidden Valley, Kincora, Nolan Hill, Panorama Hills, Sage Hill, Sherwood.

South West Athletic Association Calgary Royals


Calgary, AB

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Communities: Altadore, Aspen Woods, Bankview, Bayview, Bel-Aire, Braeside, Bridlewood, Brittania, Canyon Meadows, Cedarbrae, CFB, Chinook Park, Christie Parkm Cliffe Bungalow, Coach Hill, Cougar Ridge, Discovery Ridge, Eagle Ridge, Elbow Park, Elboya, Everwood, Glamorgan, Glenbrook, Glendale, Haysboro, Kelvin Grove, Killarney/Glengarry, Lakeview, Lincoln Park, Mayfair, Meadowlark Park, Mission, Mount Royal, North Glenmore Park, Oakridge, Palliser, Parkhill/Stanley Park, Patterson, Pump Hill, Richmond, Rideau Park, Rosscarrock, Roxboro, Rutland Park, Sarcee, Scarboro, Shaganappi, Shawnee Slopes, Signal Hill, South Calgary, Southwood, Springbank Hill, Spruce Cliff, Strathcona, Sunalta, Westgate, Wildwood, Windsor Park, Woodbine.

Southwest Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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Communities: Bridlewood, Evergreen, Millrise, Silverado, Shawnee Slopes, Shawnessy, Somerset, Bayview,Braeside, Canyon Meadows, Cederbrae, Haysboro, Oakridge, Pallisar, Pump Hill, Southwood, Woodbine, Woodlands.

Southside Minor Hockey Club


Calgary, AB

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Communities: Lake Bonavista Hockey Association, Midnapore Hockey Association and Shaw Meadows Hockey Association and all Midget hockey players who are residents of Lake Bonavista Hockey Association.

Spring Hockey


Calgary, AB

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Club Information: Spring Hockey is an independent minor hockey league in Calgary for boys and girls in the following age groups: Initiation (Timbits), Novice, Atom. The spring hockey season is open for 3 months (April, May, and June). The registration starts in early January and there are no tryouts. Communities: City wide.

Springbank Minor Hockey Club


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Springbank Minor Hockey Association (SMHA) is a volunteer group of moms, dads, brothers & sisters and is located in the community of Springbank, immediately west of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. We have close to 600 boys and girls from age 4 to over 20 registered in our program. The Association is a member of Calgary Minor Hockey and our community teams all participate in Calgary Minor Hockey schedules. Communities: Aspen Woods, Cougar Ridge, Discovery Ridge, Springbank Hill, West Springs as well as those areas outside the Corporate City Limits of Calgary as defined by Hockey Alberta as Zone 9.

Trails West Hockey


Calgary, AB

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Communities: Bankview, Christie Park, Coach Hill, Glamorgan, Glenbrook, Glendale, Killarney/Glengarry, Patterson, Richmond, Rosscarrock, Rutland Park, Scarboro, Shaganappi, Signal Hill, Spruce Cliff, Strathcona Park, Scarboro/Sunalta, Westgate, Wildwood.

Westwood Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - The Westwood Hockey Association of Calgary administers the minor hockey program in the area known as Westwood. The goal of the Association is to administer the minor hockey program in a manner that maximizes participation, fun and skill development in hockey. Westwood consists of the 3 associations of Communities: Banff Trail, Brentwood, Capitol Hill, Charleswood, Collingwood, Edgemont, Hillhurst, Hounsfield Heights/Briar Hill, Parkdale, St. Andrews Heights, Sunnyside, University Heights, University of Calgary, West Hillhurst.

Calgary Canucks Rugby


Calgary, AB

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The Canucks provide a strong, competitively tough team on the field and a definite camaraderie and distinct social atmosphere that fosters friendship, local contacts and enjoyment. City wide.

Calgary Rams Mens and Womens Rugby Club


Calgary, AB

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Founded in 1959, the Calgary Rams are one of the oldest clubs in Calgary. Over the years the club has been just as well known for its parties and social activities off the field as the rugby they play on it. Whether you are looking to play some serious rugby, the club will welcome you into the family. City Wide.

Hornets Rugby Club


Calgary, AB

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The Calgary Hornets Rugby Club has been in existence since 1967, priding itself on a culture of excellence. In recent years, our Men’s, Women’s and Junior programs have captured multiple City and Provincial titles. Leading the way are our Men’s and Women’s premiere teams both of which have captured three consecutive Provincial titles. City wide.

Saints Mens and Womens Rugby Club


Calgary, AB

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The Saints are Calgary’s oldest rugby club and have a strong history of fielding competitive teams at all levels, capturing a number of provincial and city championships in recent years. We feature individual skills coaching at all levels, lead by an international coaching staff. City wide.

Saracens Northwest Rugby Club


Calgary, AB

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Calgary Saracens Northwest Rugby Club. Whether your a seasoned player or new to the game - no matter the age 5 to 50 - we have a team for you! Northwest Calgary.

Rugby Alberta


Calgary, AB

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The Alberta Rugby Football Union (ARU) was incorporated in the Province of Alberta in May 1970. At the time, rugby was being played throughout the Province, with clubs and unions managing the regions, when a need for a Provincial Sports organization (PSO) was identified. It was decided that the ARU would work with both the regional organizations and Rugby Canada to better improve the development and administration of rugby in Alberta.

Calgary Chinook Soccer Association


Calgary, AB

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In both premier and competitive levels from U-10 to U-18, continuous player development remains a key focus at Chinooks. On graduating from the minor program, our players have the opportunity to move up into our Club's Senior Ladies and Men's Program where teams are entered at a variety of levels. Communities: City Wide.

Calgary Foothills Soccer Club


Calgary, AB

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As one of Calgary's oldest soccer clubs, and one of Canada's most successful and recognized clubs, we continue to serve our membership as if we were teenagers! We act with the wisdom of years and the energy of the youth we serve. We continue to respond to the needs of our playing members in an ever changing environment. Communities: City Wide.

Calgary International East Side


Calgary, AB

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Our club was founded in 1978 as the Eastside Rangers. In 1980 it was amalgamated with the International club to form, what today is know as, the International Eastside Soccer Club. Communities: City Wide.

Calgary Rangers Soccer Club


Calgary, AB

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The philosophy of the Calgary Rangers Soccer Club is, and continues to be, to provide all of our youth with the opportunity to play soccer, whilst providing a high level of competitive soccer and quality instruction. This philosophy to succeed is based on Development of soccer skills and an environment that is fun and encourages risk taking and creativity. Communities: City Wide.

Calgary South West United Soccer Association


Calgary, AB

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Calgary South West United (SWU) offers soccer playing opportunities for players aged 4 through adult. With over 3000 members, the Club is one of the largest and most successful programs in Calgary. Whether you are looking to play community soccer (U4 to U8), recreational soccer (U10 and U12) or competitive soccer for players in U8 - adult, we offer something for everyone. Communities: City Wide.

Calgary Subway Soccer Centre


Calgary, AB

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The Calgary Soccer Centre is proud to offer the largest indoor soccer facility in North America, housing 7 indoor fields, 2 mini fields, and 4 outdoor fields. We are the first complex in Canada built solely for the purpose of indoor soccer. Communities: City Wide.

Calgary TriWest Soccer Club


Calgary, AB

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S.W. Calgary Community based soccer program that focuses on Comp A/B team play in CMSA. We offer teams at U10-18 levels as well U6/U8 Micro/Mini soccer inter-team play. Communities: Glamorgan, Glenbrook, Glendale, Killarney/Glengarry, Rutland Park, Rosscarrock, WestGate, Wildwood, Spruce Cliff as well may include communities such as Signal Hill and Coach Hill.

Calgary United Soccer Association


Calgary, AB

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Communities: City Wide.

Calgary West Soccer Club


Calgary, AB

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Communities: Arbour Lake, Bowness, Ranchlands, Rocky Ridge, Royal Oak, Scenic Acres, Silver Springs, Tuscany.

Calgary Women's Soccer Association


Calgary, AB

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The Calgary Women's Soccer Association (previously known as the Senior Ladies Soccer Association) was founded in 1970. In the 1990 outdoor season we had 24 teams participating in three divisions and 22 indoor teams. We currently have 119 teams registered for the 2003-4 indoor season and we had 115 teams registered in the 2003 outdoor season. Communities: City Wide.

Calglen Minor Soccer Club


Calgary, AB

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We provide indoor and outdoor soccer programs from U6 to U16. We offer a number programs ranging from a Outdoor house league for U6 to U8 children, U10 Southwest League and participate all youth age groups in the CMSA for indoor and U12- U16 outdoor. Calglen soccer is about fun and building soccer skills. All our practice facilities are located South of Bow Trial along the Crowchild corridor to Lakeview. Communities: Calgary South West.

Dalhousie Soccer Club


Calgary, AB

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Dalhousie Soccer provides late-April to late-June recreational soccer based in Dalhousie. Our programs are for both boys and girls at U4, U6, U8, U10, and U12 age levels. Registration runs from February 1st to March 15th. There is optional Saturday skills training for registrants at a nominal fee. Dalhousie soccer is a volunteer-based program and all registrants will be asked to help out. Residents of other communities are welcome to register in our programs, but must purchase a Dalhousie Community Association membership with registration. For more details, please visit DalhousieSoccer.com.

Deerfoot United Football Club

Calgary Northeast and North Central
Calgary, AB

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DUFC - Youth Soccer Program in Calgary Northeast and North Central. Providing recreational and competitive players an environment in which to learn and grow within the game of soccer. We are committed to maintaining a soccer program that is fun and where participants can develop and learn the techniques of the game and sportsmanship in a safe, nurturing environment.

Edgemont Soccer Club


Calgary, AB

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Edgemont Soccer provides late-April to late-June recreational soccer based in Edgemont. Our programs are for both boys and girls at U4, U5, U6, U8, U10, U12 and U14 age levels. There is optional Saturday skills training for registrants at a nominal fee. Our program is volunteer-based and our season ends with a large community soccer BBQ staffed by volunteers. There are significant discounts for early registration, and registration stays open a month later than most other programs in the city. Residents of other communities are welcome to join our programs, but must purchase an Edgemont Community Association membership with registration. For more details, please visit our website.

Fusion Co-Ed Soccer

212 Maddock Way NE
Calgary, AB
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City wide Co-Ed Soccer League that's been kicking a ball around for 11 years. We are all here for fun, exercise and a good time.

Indoor Co-Ed Rec Soccer


Calgary, AB

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The Coed League is not just soccer, it's all about meeting new people and having some fun in a safe environment. Check out some ways that we have fun. Communities: City Wide.

Lake Bonavista Breakers Soccer


Calgary, AB

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Lake Bonavista Breakers Soccer is part of the Lake Bonavista Community Association. We are a volunteer organization that provides both recreational and competitive soccer for players from ages 4 and older, primarily for players living in and around the Lake Bonavista and Bonavista Downs communities in Calgary, Alberta. Communities: ake Bonavista, Bonavista Downs.

MSB United Soccer


Calgary, AB

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We are an initiative of five Community Associations to provide a CITY soccer program for its residents. Community Association membership is mandatory. MSB United offers it's residents an opportunity to play in the Calgary Minor Soccer Association (CMSA) league programs for U10 through U18 for OUTDOOR and U6 through U18 for INDOOR. We also offer ADULT programs in Calgary United Soccer Association (CUSA) and Calgary Women's Soccer Association CWSA). Our Communities also offer localized House League programs for U4 through U12 for OUTDOOR. (Refer to specific Community Associations.) Communities: Beddington Heights, Hidden Valley, Huntington Hills, Northern Hills (Coventry Hills, Harvest Hills, Panorama), Sandstone/MacEwan, SymonsValley (Evanston, Kincora, Sherwood ).

Northern Hills Community OUTDOOR Soccer


Calgary, AB

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The Northern Hills Community Association is a not-for-profit organization, committed to providing a non-competitive soccer program. Our children have an opportunity to learn about this great sport while getting exercise, having fun, and making new friends. We provide a HOUSE LEAGUE outdoor soccer program for all ages from U4 through U18. We have 28 teams for U4, 40 teams for U6, 28 teams for U8, 20 teams for U10, 12 teams for U12. All programs are boys only, girls only except for U4 and U6. The U14 to U18 component is just new, currently we have 8 teams, 4 for girls and 4 for boys. Communities: Northern Hills (includes Coventry Hills, Harvest Hills, Panorama).

NorthSide Soccer


Calgary, AB

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NorthSide Soccer is the blending of Dalhousie, Hamptons and Varsity City League soccer programs run through CMSA (Calgary Minor Soccer Association). Our program offers U10 to U18 ages groups for the Outdoor Program and U6 to U18 age groups for the Indoor Program. NorthStar Soccer is run entirely by volunteers. Communities: Dalhousie, Varsity, Hamptons.

Panorama Soccer

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Calgary, AB

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Since 2012 we have been offering non competitive, year around soccer program for boys and girls 3-12 years old (TINY, MINI and RISING Stars). The goal of the program is to PROVIDE AFFORDABLE, ACTIVE, year around soccer program to kids at young ages in local communities as well as to promote Soccer as a sport while having fun, developing the child’s gross motor skills, increasing self esteem...End of every program is finished with the tournament, medals, certificates and fun.

Royal City Soccer Club


Calgary, AB

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Soccer Camps. The Royal City Soccer Club (RCSC) is a non-profit, community organization started in 1993. For 25 years, we’ve hosted unique soccer camp experiences for over 300,000 boys and girls between ages 5 and 13 years. Our soccer camps are the largest grassroots soccer camp in Canada with over 100 locations across Canada. The popularity of our camps is not only due to our program structure but also because of the great staff we have at our camps. Our camp operates Monday to Friday in July and August. Communities: City Wide.

ShowUpAndPlaySoccer.com


Calgary, AB

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Our main objective is to provide affordable and well organized pick up soccer games to the community. We are passionate about soccer and we want to bring you soccer at your convenience. If you don't have time to commit to a team, if you can't pay expensive fees to play in Soccer leagues in the city, if you are not available for the strict schedule imposed by soccer leagues, if you want to show up at your convenience and play, then we have the answer: We book a nice field in a nice neighborhood, we set it up with goal nets, pylons, corner flags. We give you a jersey and assign you a team, and you play a well organized game with certified soccer referees and skillful players ready to assist you. Who am I playing with? Just nice people like you (Professionals, Students, etc.). We are all gentlemen and we are not professional soccer players and the objective is to play and have fun while respecting each other.

The Hills Ladies Indoor and Outdoor Soccer League


Calgary, AB

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Recreational Indoor & Outdoor Soccer for Women over 30. We are always looking for individuals that would like to play recreational soccer in Northern Hills. Women's Intramural Program is designed so that friends can play together and so that their team will play against teams of similar ability. An intimate knowledge of the game or the skills of the game is not necessary as the environment we strive to create is one where people feel welcome to learn the game and are supported in their quest to increase their knowledge and skills. The focus is on socializing and sportsmanship while playing some indoor soccer. Communities: City Wide.

The Hills Men's Indoor and Outdoor Soccer League


Calgary, AB

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A just for fun men’s soccer league. New Program! For new players and seasoned players that just want to play soccer and have fun where the focus is on socializing and sportsmanship while playing some outdoor soccer right in the Northern Hills community. Men’s Intramural Outdoor Soccer is designed so that friends can play together and so that their team will play against teams of similar ability. Communities: City Wide.

WRC Soccer Club/Willow Ridge-Carburn Soccer Club


Calgary, AB

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We offer player development in a team environment. We have a new technical training program with a UEFA Professional licenced coach who is a Specialist in Youth Development. We schedule regular mentoring and team specific curriculum support to the coaches. We have upgraded and improved the training fields with another full sized game field and a smaller practice field. We have the added dimension of cage soccer in the sport court. Our indoor practice facilities are conveniently located close to home. Communities: City Wide.

ALL-STAR Girls Kaizen Softball Association Operating as GASP


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - We are affiliated with Calgary Minor Softball, and are a Non-Profit that provides excellent training and a highly competitive level of fastpitch softball for girls, ages 12 and up. Additionally, see futures program for Calgary Minor Softball. Calgary and region.

Calgary Minor Softball


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Calgary Minor Softball is made up of dedicated volunteers who share the same vision: Promote lifelong sportsmanship, skills, fun and fair play to all youths by providing and governing all levels of community-based fastpitch softball programs for Calgary and region.

City of Calgary Leagues Slow Pitch


Calgary, AB

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City of Calgary Co-ed Adult Slo-Pitch League: Step up to the plate! Join a fun, recreational, semi competitive Slo-Pitch team this spring and summer. Gain skills, get outdoors and meet new people. Have one person register and represent the entire team.

CMSL Media Slow Pitch


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - The Media League has seen it's share of Broadcast, Communication, Paper and Production companies entering teams over the years. Past teams have included Global Calgary, CJAY92, CFCN, KIK FM, CBC, Pyramid Productions, Tag Advertising, Calgary Sun, Shayden Entertainment and Country 105 to name a few.

Nose Creek Softball


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - We are part of the Calgary Minor Softball Associations District 7-Nose Creek. This is a very large district taking in approximately 30 communities north of the Bow River from Deerfoot Trail West and 14th Street East. A list of city wide communities included in our district can be found on our web site. We became an official association June of 2006 and we consist of a six member association including President, Secretary, Treasurer and 3 Directors. All of our bylaws, association rules and meetings are open to the membership. This is a total non-profit society run entirely by dedicated volunteers.

West Hill Softball


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - We are part of the Calgary Minor Softball Associations District 7- West Hill Softball dedicated to providing organized spring softball for youth ages 5-19. Our district serves 40 communities west of the Elbow River and South of the Bow River. We formed in 2008 and have been growing annually. This is a total non-profit society run entirely by dedicated volunteers. See our website for additional information.

Little League District 8 Softball


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Alberta District 8 is the non-profit organization for all Little League Programs for the south side of Calgary. District 8 boundaries also span west to Bragg Creek and south to Okotoks and includes their surrounding communities. We provide the co-ordination of baseball and softball programs for children ages of 5 to 18.

YYC Fastpitch Development


Calgary, AB

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An alternative softball program is coming to Calgary, starting Spring 2019. We are looking for girls ages 7-18 to join our softball community. You will improve skills, have fun, and build social connections...all in a low pressure environment. All skills and abilities welcomed.

West Side Slow Pitch


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Westside is a Recreational Co-od Mixed Slo Pitch League. We are classified as a C & D division league. We have been in existance since 1996. Our league currently consists of 18 teams. We have an A Division, 8 Teams and a B Division, 10 Teams. The teams are mixed 7 and 3. Westside ump their own games except for Playoffs. We play double headers each week with a couple of triple headers throughout the season. All teams make the playoffs.

Bow Ridge Little League Baseball


Calgary, AB

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Bow Ridge is a well-established Little League Baseball program offering baseball to boys and girls ages 5 to 18. Our quality program caters to all levels of players from first time to advanced skill. All Star programs are also offered following the completion of the regular season. The communities we serve include: Bowness, Crestmont, Greenwood Village, Lynx Ridge, Montgomery, Scenic Acres, Silver Springs, Tanglewood, Tuscany, St. Andrew’s Heights, Valley Ridge, Varsity, University Height.

Calgary Babe Ruth Baseball Association of Calgary


Calgary, AB

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Babe Ruth Calgary is the city's premier baseball program for players 15-18 years of age. In the Spring League, the 20 + year-old association operates an integrated five-club system with both AA and AAA divisions; teams are the Angels, Dodgers, Giants, Indians, and Rockies. Games are usually Tuesday to Thursday evenings at 7pm, and weekends from 10 am – 7 pm. All games are played either at Optimist Park (AAA) or Glenmore Park (AA). Communities city wide.

Calgary North West Little League Baseball Association

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Calgary, AB

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North West Little League (NWLL) is a not for profit, grassroots organization that is run entirely by volunteers. Our philosophy is to teach players the basics of baseball in a fun, safe environment. Along with improving their skills, an emphasis is placed on teaching them the respect of the game, other players, coaches and umpires as well as other life skills. We offer player divisions for all experience levels for players from 5 to 16 years of age. We service the Calgary North West community and the surrounding area.

Baseball Calgary


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - A quality baseball program that focuses on developing strong baseball and life skills through season-long, Alberta-wide competition. A system to develop players, coaches, umpires, volunteers and Board members through ongoing training and development. Opportunities for players and coaches to develop and perform to their potential and at their skill level throughout the year. Communities: City wide.

Foothills Little League


Calgary, AB

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Quality Baseball Program in North and North West Calgary for 6-18 year olds, part of Little League Canada.

Little League District 8 Hardball


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Alberta District 8 is the non-profit organization for all Little League Programs for the south side of Calgary. District 8 boundaries also span west to Bragg Creek and south to Okotoks and includes their surrounding communities. We provide the co-ordination of baseball and softball programs for children ages of 5 to 18. Calgary south.

Rocky Mountain Little League


Calgary, AB

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Club Information- Offers every possible Little League baseball program to its player-members at an “all-in” cost that we believe is an exceptional value. In addition to uniforms, equipment and facility-rentals, your registration includes team & individual pictures, trophies, tournament fees, and subsidies for out-of-town tournaments. We offer certified clinics for our coaches, umpires, and even have a scorekeeping clinic, all at no cost to the participants who will use their talents and knowledge within our organization. Programs are available for players aged 5 – 18 years. Umpire opportunities also available. Communities: South Calgary.

Westvalley Fastball


Calgary, AB

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Westvalley Fastball is a volunteer based community program. The program is designed to provide both male and female athletes, aged 5 to 19, with the necessary training, skills and playing opportunities to have fun and achieve personal success while learning and playing the sport of fast pitch softball. Communities: Edgemont, Glengarry Estates, Hamptons, Hawkwood, Ranchlands, Citadel, Arbour Lake, Rocky Ridge, Dalhousie, Brentwood, and Royal Oak.

Calgary Storm Basketball Club


Calgary, AB

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We live in a competitive world, and preparing our youth to step into life can be a challenge. The Calgary Storm offers opportunities to develop a strong work ethic while competing through club basketball. We expect commitment and hard work while developing skills and team play. The practices will be challenging and designed to push our players to reach beyond themselves and discover their untapped potential, to learn that rewards and performance are realized through hard work and commitment. Through the encouragement and teaching of our qualified coaches we expect the players in our program to develop skills and confidence for a higher level of competition while providing quality leadership, promoting the virtues of teamwork, integrity, and a passion for the great sport of basketball. Communities: City wide.

Calgary Minor Basketball Association


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - We are a not-for-profit, community based, volunteer organization that has operated in Calgary and surrounding area for over 25 years. We administer and coordinate basketball games for boys and girls from ages 9 to 19. There are 18 member associations that register the players. The community you live in is covered by one of our member associations. Please click on the membership button to find out which association covers your community and how to contact them. Communities: City wide.

Calgary West Basketball


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Calgary West Basketball (Calwest) is a volunteer run, non-profit organization that provides basketball training and competition for boys and girls ages 7 to 19. We are a member of the Calgary Minor Basketball Association (CMBA). We have both highly competitive and purely recreational level teams and believe in equal playing time for all. Communities: City wide.

North Central Basketball Club


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - North Central Basketball Club (NCBC) is a non-profit, volunteer driven, community basketball association. This association was designed for the development of youth basketball for boys and girls ranging in age from 6 to 18 years. We are proud members of the Calgary Minor Basketball Association (CMBA), who organizes schedules and arranges games involving community based basketball teams throughout Calgary. Communities: Balmoral, Beddington, Cambrian Heights, Country Hills, Coventry Hills, Evanston, Greenview, Hanson Ranch, Harvest Hills, Hidden Valley, Highland Park, Highwood, Huntington Hills, Kincora, MacEwan, Mount Pleasant, North Haven, North Mount Pleasant, Panorama Hills, Pleasant Heights, Rosemont, Sandstone, Thorncliffe, Thorncliffe Heights, Tuxedo.

Panorama Hills Basketball


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - ...Basketball program for kids. NON-COMPETITIVE, CO-ED Basketball Program teaches young players ages 4-15 years old, basketball FUN*damentals in a dynamic, fun and non-competitive environment.

Bicisport Cycling Club

City Wide
Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Bicisport is dedicated to promoting both a healthy lifestyle, and to supporting and promoting all levels of bicycle racing. We are particularly supportive of Junior athletes, and at the same time are keen to help all of our members reach their full potential. We have been involved in organizing some of the top cycling events in Alberta. City Wide

Bike Calgary

#206, 223 12 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
T2R 0G9

1.877.992.2453

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Club Information - Bike Calgary works to improve conditions for Calgarians who ride bicycles and to enable those who want to cycle to do so safely, efficiently, and comfortably. City Wide

Calgary Bicycle Track League

Box 61231, Kensington Postal Outlet
Calgary, AB
T2N 4S6

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Club Information - The Calgary Bicycle Track League (CBTL) is based at the Glenmore Velodrome, located in Glenmore Athletic Park, 5300, 19 Street SW. The facilities are located in the neighborhood of Altadore, close to Mount Royal University, Currie Barracks, Marda Loop, Garrison Woods and North Glenmore Park next to Stu Peppard arena.

Calgary BikeXchange

610 Agate Crescent SE
Calgary, AB
T2J 0H5

403.255.1610

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Club Information - Annual Re-cycle and Bicycle Exchange Event. All families are encouraged to donate to the school any bikes or parts that they have out-grown and have the opportunity to get another bike for the upcoming summer that will fit better. We are accepting all bikes from tricycles to adult bikes. Bike drop off will be accepted.

Calgary BMX Racing

5608 Burbank Cres SE
Calgary, AB
T2H 1Z6

403.255.1610

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Club Information - Calgary BMX Racing is a 100% Canadian owned and operated not-for-profit sport association who, for over the past 30 years, has been organized and run by its dedicated volunteers. BMX Racing is an exciting summer sport for the entire family to enjoy where every rider, regardless of skill level, participates and competes. City Wide.

Calgary Crank Masters

City Wide
Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Crankmasters currently has riders active in track and road events and we conduct club races regulary in the season. We are always welcoming anyone interested in joining a competitive team in the Masters categories. We also have many cyclists in all age groups who just come out to cycle for fitness. In either case, anyone is welcome to come out and join with us for a ride, and learn about cycling in groups or practice riding in groups for competitive events. City Wide

Calgary Mountain Bike Alliance

1111 Memorial Dr NW
Calgary, AB
T2N 3E4

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Club Information - Keeping Trails Alive. The CMBA builds and maintains trails in Calgary and Kananaskis, and also helps other organizations with their trail work. Mountain bikers need trails!. City Wide

City of Calgary Cycling

City Wide
Calgary, AB

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Club Information - The City of Calgary encourage citizens to try bicycling. Visit our web site for information on cycling events, bike paths, all season cycling, cycling planning and much more. City Wide.

Elbow Valley Cycle Club

City Wide
Calgary, AB

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Club Information - The Elbow Valley Cycle Club (EVCC) was formed in 1983 to promote the enjoyment of on and off road cycling in the Calgary area and to advocate and protect cyclists' rights and access to these facilities. The club does not participate in any races but is strictly a bicycle touring club. The EVCC is a not-for-profit organization run by volunteers. Our membership of approximately 650 members resides mainly in Calgary and area but also extends to other provinces and the United States.

Speed Theory Cycling

735A 10th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
T2R 0B3

403.202.1030

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Club Information - Speed Theory is western Canada's premier road cycling and triathlon destination. We've got the expertise and equipment to help you smash your goals one by one. City Wide

Calgary Fencing Club

3304 33rd Street NW
Calgary, AB
T2L 2A6

403.246.5801

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Club Information - The Calgary Fencing Club is the city’s oldest fencing club celebrating 50 YEARS of coaching and classes as of 2014! We have maintained our own facility (the first of its kind in Calgary) since 1992. The club is currently located at the new Vecova building (formerly the VRRI building). This large facility allows the CFC to provide a wide array of programs and special events for fencers of all ages and experience.

Calgary Bantam Football


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - The Calgary Bantam Football Association is a full contact tackle football league for youth's aged 13 to 15 years. The league is comprised of 14 teams, 9 of which are in Calgary and 5 which encompass the surrounding communities. The rural teams are based in Airdrie, Chestermere, Okotoks, Cochrane and Canmore. All teams play their games at Shouldice Park in northwest Calgary.

Calgary & Area Peewee Football


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - We are a full contact developmental football league for children aged 10 to 12 years old. The PeeWee League has been in operation since 1996, at that time we had only 4 teams on the schedule. We are now pleased to say that there are 14 teams within the city of Calgary and the surrounding areas of Airdrie, Chestermere, Cochrane and Okotokos. Communities: City Wide and surrounding areas of Airdrie, Chestermere, Cochrane and Okotokos.

Calgary Broncos Athletic Association


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - To provide and encourage the opportunity for youth to participate in amateur recreational football, within the boundaries as stated by the CBFA, and to provide the necessary equipment, lands and/or buildings to promote friendly, social activity. Communities: City wide.

Calgary Cowboys


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - The Cowboys Football program began in 1983 with a Bantam team in the Calgary Bantam Football Association. Since that time we now have a PeeWee team, in the Calgary and Area PeeWee Association, and a Midget team, in the Calgary and Area Midget Association. This provides approximately 150 players from the northwest area of the city an opportunity to play organized full contact football. Communities: Arbour Lake, Banff Trail, Bowness, Brentwood, Briar Hill, Capital Hill, Charleswood, Collingwood, Dalhousie, Hawkwood, Hillhurst, Montgomery, Parkdale, Ranchlands, RockyRidge, Royal Oak,Scenic Acres, Silver Springs, Sunnyside, St. Andrews Heights, Tuscany, University Heights, Valley Ridge, Varsity.

Calgary Cyclones Bantam Football


Calgary, AB

The Calgary Cyclones are a part of the Calgary Bantam Football Association. This is a full contact tackle football league for youths aged 13 to 15 years. All teams play their games at Shouldice Park in Northwest Calgary. Communities: Abbeydale, Albert Park, Applewood, Belfast, Bridgeland, Castleridge, Coral Springs, Chestermere, Crescent Heights, Dover, Doverglen, Erinwoods, Falconridge, Forest Heights, Forest Lawn, Inglewood, Langdon, Marlborough, Marlborough Park, Martindale, Mayland Heights, Mills Estate, Monterey, Monterey Park, Mountview, Mount Pleasant, Pembrooke Meadows, Pineridge, Pleasant Heights, Radisson Heights, Ramsay, Renfrew, Regal Terrace, Rosedale, Rosemount, Rundle, Saddleridge, Skyview Ranch, Southview, St.Georges Heights, Taradale, Taravista, Temple, Tuxedo, Vista Heights, Whitehorn West Dover and Winston Heights.

Calgary Wildcats Football Club


Calgary, AB

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The motto of the Calgary Wildcats Football Club is Pride, Courage and Intensity. We have focused on building discipline and leadership skills to provide our athletes with a foundation to build on as they move through their formative years. We believe that successes in the form of winning championships are empty without the development of good life skills. No doubt some of our players will go on to play football at a very high level, but those who don’t will also be members of teams at school, in the workplace and elsewhere where these skills will be equally important. We are an active and proud member of our community. Communities: Coach Hill, Christie Park, Signal Hill, Cougar Ridge, Crestmont, Strathcona, Aspen Woods, Patterson.

Calgary Touch Football


Calgary, AB

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Dynasty Flag Football League


Calgary, AB

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We are an indoor flag football league in our 10th season. We play out of the calgary foothills soccer centre located at 3916 56 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2C 2B5. We're a 5 vs. 5, four down league comprised of two divisions with approximately 10 teams per division. Communities: City wide.

Hilltoppers Football


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Hilltoppers Football is a tackle football program for ages 10-15 in the North Calgary area and consists of 3 teams, Pee-Wee (10-12yrs.), Bantam (13-15yrs.) & Midget . The Pee-Wee team is a member of the Calgary & Area Pee-Wee Association, the Bantam team is a member of the Calgary Bantam Football Association and the Midget team is a member of Calgary and Area Midget Football Association. Communities: North Calgary.

NW Mavericks Football


Calgary, AB

403.274.1869

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Club Information - The Mavericks Football program offers young athletes (aged 8 to 18) the opportunity to Play Football. Sport Stitch Mavericks are associated with the Calgary Midget Football Assoc, Calgary Bantam Football Assoc & Calgary and Area Pee Wee Football Assoc. Midget level include players age 15 to 18 (Grade 10 and 11), Bantam includes players aged 13-15 and Pee Wee players age 8-12. Midget/Bantam and Pee Wee home field is at Edgemont Community 6911 Edgemont Dr NW. The Midget season runs April to June, Bantam & PeeWee Aug running to Nov. Communities: MacEwan, Hidden Valley, Edgemont, Panorma Hills, Country Hills, Hamptons and Citidal areas.

South Calgary Colts Football Association Bantam


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - The Bantam Colts are a dedicated group of athletes and coaches who put their heart and soul into the game of football. Each member of our club plays a very significant role in the success of the team. The Bantam level runs under the Calgary Bantam Football Association, (age 13-15) and is proud to say since starting up in 1970 we have held the title of City Champions 8 times. As a Colt you will be exposed to a high intensity of football. Communities: Bonavista, Cranston, Willow Park, Maple Ridge, Parkland, Sundance, Midnapore, Chaparral, Deer Run and Queensland.

South Calgary Colts Football Association Midget


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - The Midget Colts are a dedicated group of athletes and coaches who put their heart and soul into the game of football. Each member of our club plays a very significant role in the success of the team. Through hard work, commitment, and dedication we are proud to hold the title of City Champions 3 out of 4 years, and look forward to another successful season. As a Colt you will be exposed to a high intensity of football. Communities: Bonavista, Cranston, Willow Park, Maple Ridge, Parkland, Sundance, Midnapore, Chaparral, Deer Run and Queensland.

Stampeder Minor Football


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - We are a youth tackle football program serving ages from 8-12 within our Atom and Pee Wee programs. Please visit our website for program information. Non-contact training camps start in June. Communities: South East Calgary

The Flag League. Non-Contact


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - The Flag League.com is a non-contact flag football program for boys and girls ages 8-16. Runs May/June, we are a spring program committed to develop young athletes socially, mentally, and physically in a safe and motivating sporting environment. Run by former CFL players and coached by current UofC Dino players...FUN!

Alberta Curling Federation


Calgary, AB

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Promote, market and encourage growth in the sport of curling within the boundaries of the ACF. Represent all curlers by governing in a spirit of fairness and equality. Preserve the traditions of our sport while embracing positive change.

Arc Curling Club


Calgary, AB

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Club Information - Calgary Acadia Rec Centre Curling Club located in the community of Acadia.

Calgary & Area Curling Club Managers Association


Calgary, AB

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Our website provides a quick description of each member club and a link to their website. This organization is somewhat unique in all of Canada in that 12 of the curling clubs in and around Calgary meet regularly to discuss common curling issues and marketing opportunities. Local competitive events are also listed as are places for those interested in curling to well, curl.

Calgary Curling Club


Calgary, AB

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Curling is fun - for everyone! Visit the Calgary Curling Club, a premier curling club in the city and a world class facility, which is centrally situated on Memorial Drive across from Prince’s Island. The Calgary Curling Club has been located at 720 - 3rd Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta since 1953.

Calgary Garrison Club


Calgary, AB

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The Garrison (formerly known as the CFB Curling Club) was located within the CFB Calgary site but with the closure of the Canadian Forces Base our name underwent a change and the club was relocated to a site adjoining the Calgary Centennial Arenas.

Calgary Huntington Hills Curling Club


Calgary, AB

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Curling is a fascinating sport with a great 500-year-old tradition and the excitement of being an Olympic sport. Curling is a sport that young and old alike can participate in together on a recreational or competitive level. Share your love of curling with a relative, friend or child! It is due to the support and commitment of volunteers that our club continues to improve each year. Please give of your time to help support where you can.

Calgary Inglewood Curling Club


Calgary, AB

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Our unique log clubhouse is open year round and features a main dining area, a member's lounge, an outdoor patio overlooking the 18th green, Men's and Ladies locker rooms, banquet and meeting facilities to meet any groups needs and a 6-sheet Curling Rink.

Calgary Ladies Curling Club


Calgary, AB

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Calgary Ladies Curling Club-Celebrating 95 years in 2014. Curling at the Calgary Curling Club 720-3rd St. NW, Mon & Wed afternoons. New for 2014-15 Start to..Back to Curling Mon.10am-12:pm. Friendship and great Events.

Calgary North Hill Community Curling Club


Calgary, AB

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The North Hill Community Curling Club is a not for profit entity governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. We cater to curlers (members and the Public) from all over Calgary. Our business is only as a curling club which operates from late September through to early April. Most of our users are involved in league play; although we will also handle individual, family, social groups and Corporate events as our ice availability permits.

Calgary Youth Curling Association (CYCA)


Calgary, AB

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Canada's source for Junior and Youth Curling in Calgary, Alberta. The CYCA brings you the latest information, spiels, updates and resources to get you into the game and in top form. For those new to the sport we've got links to contacts and registrations that will put you in touch with leagues, coaches, players and important resources to get you going.

Canadian Curling Association


Calgary, AB

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The CCA and CLCA continued as independent organizations until they amalgamated to form the Canadian Curling Association in 1990. Today, the CCA is recognized as the national administrative body for curling in Canada by Sport Canada, the Canadian Olympic Committee and the World Curling Federation. It is governed by a 10-member board of directors. Provincial and territorial associations nominate candidates to the Board, whose members are elected to five-year terms by all CCA members.

Northern Alberta Curling Association


Calgary, AB

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Established in 1918. It’s mission then and now is to develop and promote the sport of curling. The Northern Alberta Curling Association represents over 90 affiliated curling clubs in Northern Alberta and each member club has a voice in the NACA through their zone convenors. The NACA operates through the dedication of two paid positions, thousands of hours of volunteer time and the goodwill of curlers.

Oakridge Mixed Curling Club


Calgary, AB

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The Oakridge Mixed Curling club was founded in the SouthWest community of Oakridge, but nowadays people from all over the city join us for relaxed and sociable curling. Our ice time is from nine PM to eleven PM on Friday nights at the Inglewood Golf and Curling Club. If you're looking to bring a whole team, or to find others with whom to curl, by all means join us and come out to have some fun. Even if you've never curled before but want to learn, our Club has the perfect atmosphere to become introduced to curling.

Ogden Legion Curling


Calgary, AB

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Come down and have some fun curling! We have 8 sheets of ice and they are maintained daily. We specialize in corporate rentals, but the curling ice is also available for league play, corporate team building events, and private parties. Brooms and sliders are also available for rental.

Westwinds Ladies Curling


Calgary, AB

We curl Wednesday afternoons at The Springbank Park for All Seasons from early October until mid March. For more information contact The Springbank Park for All Seasons at 403-242-2223.

Southern Alberta Curling Association


Calgary, AB

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Curling in Southern Alberta, from the grassroots to the highest level of competitive play, should be fun and vibrant. To encourage active participation for residents of all ages in our communities by helping member curling clubs offer a wide variety of programs. To assist in providing opportunities to participate in this great sport.

Calalta Figure Skating Club

502 Heritage Drive SW
Calgary, AB
T2V 2W2

403.245.2425

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Calalta Figure Skating Club is Calgary’s largest skating club. We offer skating programs to skaters of all abilities. Our skaters range from pre-school skaters who are learning to skate through our CanSkate programs, to senior competitive skaters who compete on the international stage, to recreational skaters who enjoy skating as a leisure sport and as a physical activity.

Calgary Speed Skating


Calgary, AB

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Lear how to speed skate. City Wide.

Crowchild Skating Club


Calgary, AB

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The Crowchild Skating Club has been a member club since 1983 of Skate Canada. It is Northwest Calgary's preferred skating club offering CanSkate, StarSkate and Competitive Skate.

Alien In-Line Skating Instruction

4627 17th Ave NW
Calgary, AB
T3B 0P2

403.262.4404

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Alien In-Line expert instructors offer individual and group drop in lessons for all ages through our skate sales partner Shop-Task located in Kensington. Learn skating for the first time or brush up on your skills and technique by yourself or with some family/friends through work with our experienced and certified team of instructors.

Cantaré Children's Choir


Calgary, AB

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Imagine the Jack Singer Concert Hall or the Jubilee Auditorium, a full house and your child on stage. City Wide.

Tenchijin Dojo Calgary

Sait Rec. 1301 16th Ave NW
Calgary, AB
T2M 0L4

403.852.0948

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Self-protection with techniques of sensation and awareness. City Wide. City Wide.

South Calgary Wado Kai Karate Club


Calgary, AB

403.257.4638

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The South Calgary Wado Kai Karate Club is a non-profit organization committed to the improvement of the health, fitness and martial arts understanding. City Wide.

Royal City Soccer School


Calgary, AB

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Royal City Soccer Club Summer Camps and Soccer School. City Wide.

Show Up And Play Soccer


Calgary, AB

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Welcome to the best drop in soccer league in Calgary. City Wide.

The Calgary Chess Club


Calgary, AB

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The Calgary Chess Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of chess in the City of Calgary and surrounding area. City Wide.

Calgary Rocketry Association


Calgary, AB

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Our club provides the rocketry community in Calgary, and the surrounding area, safe places to launch and fly rockets, as well as experience in building rockets. The club holds monthly meetings during which we share construction techniques and help each other with suggestions. There are often building sessions and other classes during these meetings. We try to organize at least one model rocket launch per month, weather permitting. The members of our club are a friendly group of people who are always happy to help new rocketeers with any questions they may have. The club is open to kids and adults alike.

Special Olympics Calgary


Calgary, AB

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We are committed to enriching the lives of Albertans with an intellectual disability through sport. City Wide.

Canadian Progress Club


Calgary, AB

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Canadian Progress Club Calgary City Centre is a group of skilled, passionate, committed women who make positive contributions to our communities by fundraising and volunteering in an environment of acceptance and fun. We meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesday from 6:30 to 8:00 for regular meetings and the 4th Wednesday of each month for community service. New members are always welcome!

Calgary BMX Racing

5608 Burbank Cres SE
Calgary, AB
T2H 1Z6

403.255.1610

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Club Information - Calgary BMX Racing is a 100% Canadian owned and operated not-for-profit sport association who, for over the past 30 years, has been organized and run by its dedicated volunteers. BMX Racing is an exciting summer sport for the entire family to enjoy where every rider, regardless of skill level, participates and competes. City Wide.

Between Friends


Calgary, AB

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Creating opportunities for people with disabilities to connect, grow, and belong. City Wide.

Bow Waters Canoe Club


Calgary, AB

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The Bow Waters Canoe Club is a recreational paddling club whose mission is to promote and support recreational paddling. City Wide.

Calgary Horticultural Society


Calgary, AB

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Calgary Horticultural Society is a charity dedicated to cultivating Calgary's gardening community. City Wide.

Calgary Outdoor Club

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Calgary, AB

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We are a free to register outdoor club. We offer a variety of outdoor and some indoor activities, from hikes, urban hikes, tennis, mountain biking,scrambles, cross country skiing, snowshoeing. Please join our great club and meet like minded folks. City Wide.

Calgary Rowing Club


Calgary, AB

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Calgary Rowing Club on the Glenmore reservoir. City Wide.

CENTRIPETAL FORCE - Baton and Dance Co.


Calgary, AB

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It is our mission to provide a fun, safe and welcoming environment for athletes to develop skills in baton twirling and dance while building character, confidence and life long friendships. City Wide.

Scouts Canada


Calgary, AB

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Scouts Canada is the country's leading youth organization. City Wide.

Seniors Alpine Ski Club


Calgary, AB

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The Club is a meeting ground for members 55+ to share with others their love of downhill skiing in the Canadian Rockies and beyond. City Wide.

Calgary Dog Parks


Calgary, AB

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Dog off-leash areas in parks. City Wide.

Calgary Ski Club


Calgary, AB

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Promote the joy of skiing and other directly related sports, in all their diversity and to foster fellowship, healthy living and adventure year-round among recreational skiers and outdoor enthusiasts. City Wide.

Calgary Sketch Club


Calgary, AB

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We are a thriving organization that supports a strong membership of dedicated artists. City Wide.

Second Sixties Outdoor Club


Calgary, AB

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For seniors who share a love of the outdoors.

Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Calgary Centre


Calgary, AB

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View the night sky. City Wide.

Girl Guides of Canada - Calgary Area


Calgary, AB

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Girl Guides of Canada is the largest organization for girls and women in Canada. City Wide.

Alberta Family Histories Society


Calgary, AB

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Formed in 1980, its goal is to promote and encourage family genealogical research, particularly where it pertains to Alberta history and records. City Wide.

Alpine Club of Canada


Calgary, AB

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The ACC has 30 alpine huts and 22 regional club sections across Canada.

Radio Control Car Club


Calgary, AB

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Calgary's Radio Control Car Club. City Wide.

Calgary Underwater Hockey Club


Calgary, AB

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Underwater Hockey is played in 22 countries. It is a team sport of strategy, skill and fitness. City Wide.

Calgary Sports Car Club


Calgary, AB

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Calgary Sports Car Club is involved in the organization and promotion of motorsports events in Southern Alberta. City Wide.

Rotary Club of Calgary Fish Creek


Calgary, AB

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The Rotary Club of Calgary Fish Creek was founded in 1996 by the Rotary Club of Calgary Chinook. City Wide.

Indus Figure Skating Club


Calgary, AB

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I.F.S.C In Partnership with Skate Canada. City Wide.

Calgary Mountain Bike Aliance


Calgary, AB

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CMBA builds and maintains trails in Calgary and Kananaskis, and also helps other organizations with their trail work. Mountain bikers need trails. City Wide.

Calgary Flying Club


Calgary, AB

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Calgary Flying Club is located at the Springbank Airport which is a five minute drive west of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. City Wide.

Calgary Model Railway Society (CMRS)


Calgary, AB

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Here you will find information about the model railway scene in and around Calgary. City Wide.

Calgary Beach Volleyball Association (CBVA)


Calgary, AB

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The Calgary Beach Volleyball Association (CBVA) is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization that has been serving volleyball enthusiasts in Calgary. City Wide.

Axemen Lacrosse


Calgary, AB

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As Axemen we will provide organized lacrosse programs that will develop, support, and enrich all our members. Communities: South East Calgary.

Calgary District Lacrosse Association (the CDLA)


Calgary, AB

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The Calgary District Lacrosse Association (the CDLA), in one form or another, has been organizing Minor Box Lacrosse in Calgary and the surrounding district for over 30 years. It includes eight box lacrosse clubs: Calgary Axemen, Calgary Sabrecats, Calgary Hornets, Calgary Knights, High River Heat, Okotoks Mustangs, Rockyview Rage and Strathmore Venom. The CDLA also has 2 associate members Calgary Winter Lacrosse and Calgary Field Lacrosse.

Calgary Field Lacrosse


Calgary, AB

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Calgary Field Lacrosse strives to deliver a premiere field lacrosse program that develops athletes in a positive yet challenging environment while growing our organization. Communities: City wide.

Calgary Winter Lacrosse


Calgary, AB

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Play lacrosse during the winter months. Communities: City wide.

Hornets Lacrosse


Calgary, AB

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We began in 1976 as Varsity Lacrosse. In 1981 we became Crowchild Lacrosse in association with the home facility at the Crowchild Twin Arenas. In 1997 we became the Calgary Hornets Lacrosse Association; covering the north quadrant of Calgary. We have grown considerably over the years and now have boys and girls playing lacrosse from Mini-Tyke (4 years) to Midget (16 years). Players must reside in the Northwest Quadrant of Calgary to enroll with our Club.

Knights Lacrosse


Calgary, AB

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Calgary Knights Lacrosse fees are reviewed each year and are kept to a minimum, ensuring all costs are covered. Registration fees include beginner clinics new player only, evaluations, ALA fees (which include insurance),CDLA fees which include all regular games and playoff floor times and referees. As well, it includes practices, a team photo, player picture and shorts.

Sabercats Lacrosse


Calgary, AB

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A sport is a only a tool by which one can transmit the guidance to develop a strong moral code. The teaching must occur on a conscious level and not be assumed to be a fundamental part of the participation. Through sport one can transmit the values of fair and honest competition, and respect for rules and authority. One can also help participants (coaches/players/parents) to develop a guideline for social interaction that they will carry into all future aspects of their lives. Communities: City wide.

Rockyview Lacrosse


Calgary, AB

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Our Association endeavours to be the premier lacrosse association in Alberta through the encouragement and development of players; through the enhancement of technical training and support programs for coaching staff and game officials; through the collaboration and cooperation with other lacrosse clubs, associations, corporate sponsors and the communities. We endeavour to provide both continuity and a satisfying environment to facilitate our sport. Communities: City wide.

Alliance Floor Hockey League


Calgary, AB

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What makes the AFHL unique is not just our unbeatable value, attention to maintaining statistics on our website, lengthy playoff season, or allowing any type of hockey stick (although those are part of what makes our league fun). More than that, the AFHL is unique because we are a hockey loving community- or a fraternity, if you will- where great friendships are developed and memories are made. This year we hope to carry on our reputation of playing hard, having fun, caring about one another as friends, and making positive contributions in the community and each other lives.

Calgary Sport and Social Club Floor Hockey


Calgary, AB

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Our goal is to encourage as many Calgarians as possible to get in the game. Our programs are for adults who want to participate in co-ed leagues, tournaments, fitness classes and events that are well organized, easy to access through our website and always in the spirit of our fun first, winning second philosophy. The CSSC offers over 15 sports and activities with various skill levels, ranging from Recreational to Competitive. Our easy online registration system allows for individuals, groups of friends, and full teams to register, so everyone should be able to find a way to get involved.

Infinity Ball Hockey League


Calgary, AB

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IBHL is an adult co-ed ball hockey league for Calgarians.

PHL - Calgary Ball Hockey League


Calgary, AB

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Ball hockey league located in Calgary.

Superleagues Fury Ball Hockey


Calgary, AB

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The Fury Ball Hockey Club is a registered non-profit organization (separate from Superleagues) which provides an opportunity for the most skilled and committed youth players to compete at the highest level of ball hockey in the country. Fury players are rewarded with a high level of coaching, additional training, and the opportunity to attend Provincial, Western Regional and National Youth tournaments.

Western Ball Hockey


Calgary, AB

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Our mission is to grow the sport of ball hockey for players of all skill levels in Calgary. We offer adult co-ed 4 on 4 leagues as well as competitive 3 on 3. We are expanding fast and are offering kids leagues starting fall 2018.

Wild Rose Ball Hockey Association


Calgary, AB

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The Wild Rose Ball Hockey Association of Alberta is the Nationally recognized Provincial Sports Organization by the Canadian Ball Hockey Association. For information on the sanctioned sport of ball hockey in Alberta

Calgary Swordfish Swim Club

North Hill RPO, PO Box 65087
Calgary, AB
T2N 4T6

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The Calgary Swordfish Swim Club is one of the largest summer club swim teams in the province. Our hope is that your involvement in competitive swimming results in faster swimming. However, we also strive for everyone in the club to have a memorable and rewarding experience during their time as a Swordfish. We hope you become part of our team and help us promote swimming skills, life skills, and an enthusiasm for competitive swimming.

University of Calgary Swim Club

KNA 253, 2500 University Drive NW
Calgary, AB
T2N 1N4

403.220.2772

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UCSC is a year-round competitive swim team offering high quality professional coaching and technique instruction for all ages and abilities. The goal of our team is to provide every member an opportunity to improve swimming skills and achieve success at his or her level of ability, from novice to international competitor.

Royal City Soccer Club


Calgary, AB

1.800.427.0536

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Soccer Camps. The Royal City Soccer Club (RCSC) is a non-profit, community organization started in 1993. For 25 years, we’ve hosted unique soccer camp experiences for over 300,000 boys and girls between ages 5 and 13 years. Our soccer camps are the largest grassroots soccer camp in Canada with over 100 locations across Canada. The popularity of our camps is not only due to our program structure but also because of the great staff we have at our camps. Our camp operates Monday to Friday in July and August. Communities: City Wide.

Mount Royal University Pilates

4825 Mount Royal Gate SW
Calgary, AB
T3E 6K6

403.440.6111

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Work hard, get energized and have fun! Pilates, yoga and fitness all blended together gives a total body workout. Gain core strength, a more flexible back, strong arms and toned legs and booty. Registered participant spots are only guaranteed until class start time.

Calgary Winter Club Tennis

4611 14th Street NW
Calgary, AB
T2K 1J7

403.289.5511

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The Club has a number of tennis programs in the Fall, Winter and Spring sessions. For youth, there are several levels: Early starters (4-7 years), Futures (10 & under), 11 and over, Jr B (some tournament play), Foundation U11 (3 times a week), Competition U14 (6-7 hours per week), Performance U18 (7 hours per week), Elite (Juniors who can play during the day, 11 hours per week). For adults there are several adult leagues, including men's doubles, ladies doubles, and mixed doubles.

City of Calgary Tennis Courts

City Wide
Calgary, AB

Call 311

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The City of Calgary has several public tennis courts located throughout the city. Visit our web site for a complete list of tennis courts

Elbow Park Tennis Club

636 29 Ave SW
Calgary, AB
T2S 0P1

403.287.2450

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Throughout the outdoor tennis season, the calendar at Elbow Park Tennis Club is filled with lessons, clinics, tournaments, and events that allow Members to meet and network. The courts are maintained and watered regularly, offering the optimal clay court feel.

Meet Up Tennis

110 Point McKay Crescent NW
Calgary, AB
T3B 5B4

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Meet Up tennis is for tennis players that are interested in getting together to play indoor and outdoor tennis. Our events take place throughout the city's courts and all levels are welcome.

Oakridge Racquet Club

9504 Oakfield Dr SW
Calgary, AB
T2V 0L1

403.238.0007

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Oakridge Racquet Club courts are beside Oakridge Community Centre and offer 6 outdoor tennis courts, with dual marking for pickleball and tennis. There is also one squash court in the community centre. We offer After School Programs for ages 6-12 and an evening kids program along with summer camps all summer long. Oakridge is proud to have received an award (BTC) for the Community of the Year for promoting kids tennis.

OSTEN&VICTOR Alberta Tennis Centre

295 90th Ave SE
Calgary, AB
T2J 0A1

587.393.1600

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The Calgary Indoor Tennis Centre consists of eight indoor courts, six outdoor courts, and an elegant viewing gallery for spectators.

Rosedale Tennis Club

Rosedale Community Centre 901 - 11th Avenue NW
Calgary, AB
T2M 0C2

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Our focus is on having fun. All members of the Rosedale Tennis Club must purchase a Rosedale Community Association membership. Annual Rosedale Community Memberships can be purchased through the Tennis Club along with the annual tennis membership.

Tennis Alberta

City Wide
Calgary, AB

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The Building Tennis Communities (BTC) program is a large part of Tennis Alberta's commitment to introducing people to the sport of tennis and to keep them playing the game for life, facilitating growth and sustainability. Tennis Alberta is a not-for-profit organization existing to encourage tennis participation and provide competitive opportunities for players of all levels.

The Tennis Club

1445 16 Street SW
Calgary, AB
T2T 5N3

403.244.5302

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The Calgary Tennis Club is one of Calgary's premier outdoor clubs since 1889. We offer a friendly place to engage in competitive and social play, enhance your fitness potential, socialize with active people and bond with family members. Our unique outdoor facility is located just west of downtown Calgary, including 6 hard courts, 3 ClayTech courts all with lights and a full-service clubhouse!

Ace Volleyball Club

City Wide
Calgary, AB

403.667.2463

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Ace Athletic Club is a non-profit organization based out of Alberta, Canada that provides opportunity to athletes that want grow and perfect their skills in sports or just want to keep active through fitness. The Ace Athletic Club is proud to offer many different styles of programs that cater to all levels of athlete, such as camps, clubs, races and clinics. These programs are available for males and females, with participants ranging between 9-20 years of age.

Calgary Beach Volleyball Association

City Wide
Calgary, AB

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The Calgary Beach Volleyball Association (CBVA) is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization that has been serving volleyball enthusiasts in Calgary through its leagues and tournaments since 1990. Each season, the CBVA has over 800 participants in our leagues and tournaments. Our 12 outdoor sand courts were built by volunteers, volleyball enthusiasts and fans. City wide.

Calgary Mixed Volleyball League

11150 Bonaventure Dr SE
Calgary, AB

403.278.2508

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The Calgary mixed volleyball league established in 1987 is a two minimum female, maximum four male league with 2 skill levels, intermediate recreational and intermediate competitor. City wide.

Calgary Sparks Volleyball Club


Calgary, AB

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U13 to U17 Girls Volleyball. City wide.

Calgary Sports Council Indoor Volleyball


Calgary, AB

403.244.7529

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Indoor Volleyball is one of the CSSC’s most popular sports! Practice your digging, blocking, setting all while hanging with friends and meeting new people. After your game, meet up with your teammates and other CSSC players to enjoy exclusive specials at one of our many Sponsor Bars around Calgary! City wide.

Canada West Volleyball Club


Calgary, AB

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Canada West Volleyball Club was founded by Bruce Edwards and Tony Wells in 1997. Having finished playing with the National Team (’92-’00) and professionally in Europe (’95-’01), Bruce took over the club full time and selected 11 teams in the winter of '02. Training at The Rally Pointe, it will grow to be one of Canada's largest hard court volleyball clubs. City wide.

Dinos University of Calgary Volleyball

2500 University Dr. NW
Calgary, AB
T2N 1N4

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University of Calgary Mens and Womens Volleyball leagues.

Stars Volleyball


Calgary, AB

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STARS Volleyball teaches the game of volleyball in a fun way to young players (Grades 1-6). The emphasis is on skill development with the help of modified rules and equipment (lower nets, smaller courts AND lighter balls). City Wide

Bow Valley Lawn Bowling club

1738 Bowness Rd N.W.
Calgary, AB
T2N 3K2

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he Bow Valley Lawn Bowling club welcomes everyone to come play lawn bowling in a fun and relaxed environment. We provide both competitive and recreational play. The Bow Valley Lawn Bowling Club has been a fixture in the Calgary's Hillhurst neighbourhood for over 85 years, since 1932. It has been recognized as a historical resource by the City of Calgary. We have one professionally maintained green with six rinks. Members City Wide

Calgary Lawn Bowling Club

#101, 3375 Spruce Drive SW
Calgary, AB
T3C 3A3

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Calgary Lawn Bowling Club as part of Lawn Bowls Alberta follows the Long Term Athletic Development Model (LTAD). In doing so we recognize that bowlers can start at any age and move through the stages at different rates. We help our members be active for life and have activities suited to the different levels of bowlers; recreational bowlers who just want to be active and enjoy the sport, competitive bowlers who want to be active, enjoy the sport and compete as well as very competitive bowlers who also want to play at international levels. Members City Wide

Rotary Park Lawn Bowls

705 1 St N.E.
Calgary, AB
T2E 6R2

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We are a lawn bowling club in Calgary Alberta located off Centre Street and 7th Avenue NW. We have 2 greens in use throughout the bowling season, where we play various social leagues and encourage competative playing in the more formal Alberta competitions. We provide all required equipment for your use and you only require to wear appropriate attire for the weather, and flat sole shoes to protect our green. Members City Wide

Stanley Park Lawn Bowling Club

350 - 42 Avenue S.W.
Calgary, AB
T3C 1Y3

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Stanley Park Lawn Bowling Club (Calgary) has over 100 members of all ages, but we're always looking for more! Lawn bowling is a great way to meet new people and share in some friendly competition. Our social club also organizes regular events, including the 'Season Opener' as well as a year end event. Members City Wide

Angelica Shakali Mobile Joga


Calgary, AB

403.807.1703

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Growing up in a loving and artistic household, Angelica has developed talents in dance, music, vocal training, theatre and film. Her passion for expression, knowledge of the human body, and movement began at a young age. After graduating from a performing arts school in Vancouver, she was introduced to yoga. Angelica soon discovered yoga to be her missing link to a balanced lifestyle. Being a form of artistic expression itself, she found yoga to be her ideal source of well-being. Angelica decided to take her yoga interest further by pursuing teaching.