Edmonton Sport Council�
�The Edmonton Sport Council (ESC) is a non-profit society, serving and
representing the Edmonton sport community, that advocates on behalf of
sport to facilitate a better sport experience in Edmonton.
Looong list of supported sport programs�
Edmonton Sport Council/search
�Edmonton little league baseball
west end -Confederation Park league�
Edmonton minor hockey (KC)
Knights of Columbus Hockey Assocation (KC),interesting info for players, parents, coaches, and everyone interested
in Edmonton minor hockey with the area's oldest and finest club�
Annunciation Hockey Club
Annunciation Hockey Club runs the KC House Hockey Program for
Initiation (Timbits Hockey) through PeeWee (ages 4 to 12) in the west
part of Edmonton
Edmonton Minor Soccer Association�
The Edmonton Minor Soccer Association (EMSA) is a
non-for-profit organization responsible for fostering the growth and
development of soccer for children and youth in the City of Edmonton.�
EMSA provides soccer for over 25,000 children and youth throughout the
Hockey Association of Edmonton�s started in 1987 with a total of 5 teams
playing in one level of play. Since that first year, Minor ball hockey
has grown quite a bit, and so have the age levels of play. Today, our
league has over 110 Minor teams for kids aged 3 to 17 years old. No
matter what your child�s skill level may be, there is a place for
everyone to play the great game of ball hockey in our league! Players
can play with their friends no matter where they live (we do not go by
zones like other sports leagues) and it�s not based on tryouts and
ability. We promote kids playing the game most of us grew up playing in
the streets, just more organized and no cars.� Teams are tiered
according to the team�s ability as a whole, so the best player in the
league could play with his or her buddies even if they may not be as
strong at the sport.� Minor Ball Hockey Edmonton is about Fun, Fitness
and Fair play.
provides registration fees for sport programs which in keeping with the
KidSport� mission, provide a �sustained sport experience led by
Brochure with huge list of
KidSport supported sports (pdf)
sports for kids
Sports for Kids in Edmonton is a physically active childcare program
that provides children with opportunities to experience a variety of
different sport and recreational activities.�
Edmonton Youth Basketball!
The goal of the EYBA is to promote the development
of life skills and good sportsmanship through a comprehensive program
of recreational and competitive basketball for youth aged 8-18.�
Non-competitive sports instruction for children 16 months - 12 years old!�
Sportball Multi-Sport programs introduce children to the fundamental
concepts and skills behind eight popular ball sports: baseball,
football, basketball, golf, hockey, soccer, tennis and volleyball.
Using�creative instruction and positive encouragement, our programs
focus on the development of gross motor skills, along with balance, strength, co-ordination, stamina and timing��
� A city this size there a lot of attractions, cultural facilities,
festivals, events, recreation areas and parks that cater to all ages, so
plan a trip with your children or use this site to have your children
plan the trip with you.
Capital District Minor Football Association
The CDMFA is the Capital District Minor Football Association. The CDMFA is a Registered Society (Alberta) whose
members operate the league in order to provide the opportunity for minor football teams in the City
and its surrounding communities to play each
other in the spirit of friendly competition.
Our MISSION STATEMENT
To be an association of football clubs that strives for a safe,
affordable and first-class amateur football opportunity in the Capital
District by governing league play, supporting member organizations,
and promoting teamwork, leadership and good sportsmanship with a focus
on the development of participants and the enjoyment of everyone.
Kinsmen Kids Den - Child-minding Service
Ages: Newborn to kindergarten
The Kids Den is a babysitting service for children aged newborn to
kindergarten (ages newborn to 11-years-old for evening hours). It is a
fun and safe place for your children to be active while you enjoy your
You must remain in the facility while your child is in the Kids Den.
Parents register and pay admission for the child-minding service at the front desk. This service is not included in admission to the facility.