Sport Organization Partners
Aikido Tanren Juku 

Aikido Tanren Juku Club of Calgary, founded in 2000, is a non-profit organization affiliated with the Canadian Aikido Federation. We offer adult and youth classes all year round. If you are interested in Aikido, we encourage you to drop by and watch a class. Please feel free to ask questions to an instructor or senior student.

 

Alberta Biathlon Club 

The Alberta Biathlon Club (ABC) was incorporated as a society in May 1985. ABC was formed with the goal of maintaining the momentum of the 1988 Olympic Winter Games held in Calgary to further develop the sport of biathlon in the province and address some of the challenges facing the sport.

 

Alberta Golf 

The Alberta Golf Association was incorporated in 1912 and continues today as a not for profit Provincial Sport Organization (PSO) whose mission is to promote golf as a game for life by providing valued programs and service to our membership.

Our vision is to engage every golfer in Alberta and as a member of Alberta Golf and Golf Canada you are part of the largest and most vibrant golf community in the country.

With your support we are working to build pride and a sense of community around golf, help make the game more enjoyable, demonstrate leadership in the golf industry, invest in the overall health of the sport, and actively introduce more participants from all walks of life to this great game.

Alberta Golf is providing Golf Pros who will, along with WinSport instructors, teach proper putting technique at Canada Olympic Park.

 

Alberta Gymnastics Federation 

The Alberta Gymnastics Federation values the growth and development of gymnastics and the opportunity to encourage and support the clubs, gymnasts, coaches, and judges who bring gymnastics to life. We work hard to strengthen the relationship between the National Gymnastics Organization and our provincial and local associations to ensure consistency and cohesiveness in gymnastics. We also strive to inspire gymnasts, coaches, and judges to meet their own potential through athlete and leadership development courses.

 

Alberta Handball Association  

The Alberta Handball Association (AHA)which was first formed in 1978 is the official governing body for clubs located in Calgary, Edmonton & Sherwood Park.The AHA exists in order to promote the development of handball for all interested participants. The Calgary club which hosted the recent 2015 Handball world championship places a particularly high priority on providing junior aged players an opportunity to play handball. To this end, it provides equipment & coaching for three programs located at the University of Calgary Racquet Centre, the Eau Claire YMCA & the Fish Creek Sports Club.

 

Alberta Luge Association 

The Alberta Luge Association exists to ensure the continued successful growth of the sport of Luge in Alberta through the development of its athletes, coaches, and volunteers at the recreational and elite levels.

 

Alberta Soccer Association 

Since its creation, the Alberta Soccer Association has grown to be the province’s largest individual sports association - reaching over 90,000 members.

Vision: A centre of excellence for the game, providing opportunities for all players to reach their full potential

Mission: To provide leadership for soccer excellence in Alberta by fostering and promoting:
a strong infrastructure for sound governance (administration and communication), and;
quality programs and services (competitions, referees, coaching, player development, and volunteers) to safeguard the sport's long-term prosperity

 

Alberta Sports & Recreation Association for the Blind 

The Alberta Sports and Recreation Association for the Blind (ASRAB) is a volunteer charitable organization dedicated to the provision of recreation and sports opportunities for Albertans who are blind or partially sighted.

 

Alberta Water Polo Association  

 

We are committed to providing information and resources to everybody involved, or wishing to become involved, in water polo from players to coaches to officials to fans.

 

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Alien In-Line 

Alien In-Line provides exciting skating programs that bring one of Canada’s most popular recreational sports right school gymnasiums throughout Alberta.  AIL also performs private instruction, group lessons, birthday parties, camps and speedskating instruction at the Calgary Olympic Oval.  Alien In-Line’s certified instructors emphasize skill development and safety. We also provide all the skates and protective equipment needed to fit all sizes K-12.  Alien In-Line is one of the most successful in-line skating schools in the world and Canada’s leading school skating program providing instruction to more than 300 schools and 100,000 students each year.

 

Altius Nordic Ski Club 

Altius Nordic Ski Club, based at Canada Olmpic Park, exists to provide enjoyable opportunities for athletes and officials to participate in and gain knowledge and experience about ski jumping and Nordic Combined events.

 

Ares Pentathlon and Fencing Club 

Ares Pentathlon and Fencing Club is a community-based club delivering programming in the Olympic sports of Modern Pentathlon (swim, fence, equestrian, run, shoot) and Fencing (epee). Through an athlete-centered approach, members gain the skills necessary to compete from the early stages of development to the international level, and from youth to masters in age. Through excellent coaching and a community-building orientation, Ares is committed to maximizing the potential of its athletes; from Beginner to Olympian.

The sports of Pentathlon of Fencing offer its participants an unparalleled experience to develop phenomenal fitness and tremendous physical and mental strength. Pentathlon provides a unique opportunity to learn a variety of valuable skills through a true multi-sport experience. Whether for recreation, fitness or competition it is a sport whose disciplines can be enjoyed for a lifetime.

Ares has an equipment loan program to support your participation.

 

Badminton Alberta 

Badminton Alberta provides the necessary leadership to ensure the good order of the development of the sport of badminton in this province.

 

Calgary Archers 

The Calgary Archers Club is a non profit organization with a mission to promote and perpetuate the practice and enjoyment of archery and its related activities. Our archery range is located in Calgary’s southwest and has been in operation for twenty five years. Here you will find eight acres of unspoiled scenery with a target area, 3D targets, a clubhouse and basic camping facilities.

 

Calgary Bicycle Track League 

The Calgary Bicycle Track League (CBTL) is a non profit group that provides programs using specialized track racing bicyles. We are based at the Velodrome located in Glenmore Athletic Park.

Construction of the Glenmore Velodrome started in 1974 and was completed in time to hold the National Track Championships in 1975. The velodrome is a 400 meter outdoor permanent concrete track with 29 degree banks, owned by the City of Calgary and used by the CBTL.

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.

We run races every Thursday evening during the spring and summer (when weather permits).

 

Calgary Fencing Club 

The Calgary Fencing Club is the city's oldest fencing club and has maintained its own facility, the first of its kind in Calgary since 1992. The Clubs new venue in the Vecova Building is even better. Maintaining this facility allows the Club to offer a wide array of programs and special events for fencers of all ages and experience. From novice swashbuckler to seasoned musketeer there's something for you at the Calgary Fencing Club.

 

Calgary Floorball Committee 

The Calgary Floorball Committee is part of Floorball Alberta. A group comprised of like-minded individuals who are interested in getting Floorball well known in Alberta.

 

 

Calgary Grizzlies Wheelchair Basketball 

Wheelchair Basketball in Canada and in Calgary is a fully inclusive sport.  Calgary is home to the Calgary Grizzlies and the Calgary Rollers Wheelchair Basketball Societies (Teams).  They work together to promote the sport of wheelchair basketball and the inclusion of all abilities in programs and awareness.  From able body participants to a variety of physical disabilities, and from minis to Adults (all ages), there is fun for everyone.  Programs are run for the competitive sport at the University of Calgary while recreational enthusiasts play at Mount Royal University.

 

Calgary Interclub Squash Association 

The Calgary Interclub Squash League’s mission is to promote and facilitate competitive squash and sportsmanship within a social framework for players of all ages and abilities, across the Calgary region. Our highly committed group of volunteers proactively manages the existing leagues to ensure a competitive, fun, safe, and fair experience for our players and clubs. Calgary Interclub Squash League aims to be the premier squash league in Canada.

 

Calgary Kangaroos Australian Football Club 

The Calgary Kangaroos kicked off footy in Calgary (2002 - current), growing the sport in Alberta with the formation of the Red Deer Magpies (2005 - 2008), the Bears (2007 - current) and Cowboys (2010 - current) and helping the Kookaburras women's club (2007 - current) and Edmonton AFC (2008 - current) establish themselves in more recent times.

We are always welcoming new players into the club, with a focus on being a friendly, inclusive club.

Our mission is to grow and develop the sport of Australian Rules Football in Alberta.

We offer programs for men, women and juniors, see the corresponding tabs for the women and junior specific programs.

 

Calgary Lawn Bowling Club 

Calgary Lawn Bowling Club is a local club which provides programs and supports leagues for players of all ages and all skill levels to practice, play and compete. We are part of Lawn Bowls Alberta and nationally Bowls Canada. We provide opportunities to learn and grow in the sport. 

Our bowling green is located just south of downtown in Connaught at 1238-16 Avenue SW.

 

Calgary Minor Basketball Association 

Calary Minor Basketball Association (CMBA) is a non profit, volunteer driven organization with the mandate of providing basketball opportunities for youth in and around Calgary. We provide  accessible, positive, fair and safe programs that promote the values of teamwork, integrity and commitment whilst developing skills at all levels of competition.

 

Calgary Minor Soccer Association  

Calgary Minor Soccer Association is dedicated to working with our member organizations to develop, organize, promote and create opportunities that allow all participants to reach their desired level of achievement within the sport of youth soccer.

 

 

 

Calgary Minor Softball Association 

Established in 1970, we provide community-based programs for girls and boys that offer developmental, intermediate and competitive levels of play in each age category. We support, Young Men's Fastball League (YMFL), Calgary Minor Softball Umpires Association (CMSUA), and NCCP Certification for coaches. The District programs are the heart and soul of Calgary Minor Softball. Each District is responsible for the administration of their softball program to ensure participants and their families have a positive and rewarding experience.

 

Calgary Speed Skating Association 

The Calgary Speed Skating Association is a non-profit organization that has been in operation since 1975. We train more than 200 skating members ranging from the Active Start stage (age 3) to the Active 4 Life stage (seniors). We provide skating programs for both the long track and short track disciplines, taking advantage of the best facility in the world, the Olympic Oval, where we are privileged to skate alongside Olympic Champions.

The Club strives to provide a balance between competitive and recreational skating within the Long Term Athlete Development framework. We promote good sportsmanship within a harmonious team environment.

Our skaters, including a strong recreational component, are coached by paid coaches, most of whom are NCCP certified and many of whom are former national team members.

 

Calgary Ultimate Association 

The Calgary Ultimate Association and it's youth branch, Calgary Juniors Ultimate,  is a non-for-profit organization that runs year-round Ultimate frisbee leagues, clinics, workshops, and tournaments in Calgary.  

 

Calgary United Sports Table Tennis Association  

CUSTTA is a non-profit association established in 2002. Our mission is to promote the sport of table tennis for all ages. CUSTTA is the largest table tennis club in Alberta with a facility that offers 13 tables in 4,000 sq. ft. of playing space where the general public can play 7 days a week. Visit us!

 

Calgary Winter Lacrosse 

Calgary Winter Lacrosse is a registered non-profit, volunteer based organisation. We provide a dry floor sports facility for numerous user groups for citizens in Calgary and the surrounding area. We are now in our 11th year of operation and fundraising for a new facility.

 

Calgary Youth Curling Association 

Calgary Youth Curling Association (CYCA) is a volunteer driven group incorporated in Alberta as a Society. CYCA supports grass roots curling participation and development for Calgary and area youth by developing, organizing and implementing youth curling programs. Curling offers fun for ages 8 to 88.

 

 

Centripetal Force Baton and Dance Company 

Centripetal Force Baton & Dance Co. is a non-for-profit Baton, Dance and Acrobatics Studio located in SE Calgary. It is our mission to provide a fun, safe and welcoming environment for athletes to develop skills in baton twirling, dance and acrobatics while building character, confidence and lifelong friendships. All athletes will be given and equal opportunity to participate and grow at their own pace with the support of dedicated and highly qualified coaches. Our programs include recreational, pre-competitive and competitive lessons for athletes of all ages, abilities and athletic backgrounds.

 

Chinook Rhythmique Gymnastics Club 

Chinook Rhythmic Gymnastics Club is the only competitive rhythmic gymnastics club in the city of Calgary. Rhythmic gymnastics is an exciting blend of ballet, jazz and gymnastics - a perfect blend of art and sport. It develops and maintains the participant's flexibility, strength, co-ordination, poise, balance, cardio fitness and confidence, while encouraging each individual's creativity. Rhythmic Gymnastics is an Olympic sport that involves hard work and dedication.

 

 

Dark Horse Athletic 

Dark Horse Athletic is a multi-sport program designed to develop athleticism and foster an intrinsic love for sport. Our trainers are accomplished athletes, including World and Olympic medalists, who each bring a unique perspective to the various training modalities, games, and individual and group challenges.  Our goal is to teach fundamental skills, keep it interesting and never let them forget why they play sports in the first place - for fun.

 

Encorps Winterguard 

Winterguard - Sport of the Arts

Winterguard is the sport of indoor color guard. Modern color guard is a combination of the use of flags, sabers, mock rifles, and other equipment, as well as dance and other interpretive movement.

Winterguard is a fun activity that teaches coordination, healthy competition, encourages individuality and cultivates lifelong friendships.

 

Epic Fencing Club 

Founded in 1982, Epic Fencing Club is Calgary's premier fencing club. The club is the home of numerous provincial, western and national champions. Certified coaches are committed to providing the best experience in two Olympic fencing weapons (epée, foil). Epic offers beginner to advanced lessons for both children and adults.

 

Fencing Academy of Calgary 

The goal of the Fencing Academy of Calgary is to promote and develop the sport of fencing in Calgary and in Canada. We seek to grow the fencing community, including both recreational and competitive participants.  In this way, talented fencers can be identified and nurtured towards National Team placements.

 

Field Hockey Alberta 

Field Hockey Alberta (FHA) is the Provincial Sports Organization (PSO) responsible for supporting field hockey in the province. FHA has been in operation since 1974. In partnership with Field Hockey Canada, Field Hockey Alberta provides opportunities for Albertans to experience the challenges and rewards of the exciting sport of field hockey.

 

 

First Serve Tennis 

First Serve Tennis is a locally owned and operated company.  We specialize in offering tennis lessons to children between the ages of 5-17.  Since First Serve Tennis began in September 2007, we have introduced tennis to over 15,000 children throughout Calgary.

 

Foothills Wanderers Orienteering Club 

Foothills Wanderers Orienteering Club (FWOC) is an active club that organizes orienteering events in Calgary and around southern Alberta. The club organizes weekly events for all levels, from spring to fall in Calgary's parks. FWOC's junior development program is the club's most popular program and it's designed for kids who are interested in adventure, running and navigation. The club has been orienteering in the Calgary area for over 30 years.

 

Futsal Calgary  

Futsal Calgary, previously known as FutsalFever, is a not-for-profit organization which promotes the game of Futsal to Calgary and areas. We believe Canada is ready to embrace Futsal as a form of exercise, recreation or advanced training for local soccer enthusiasts and future stars. Every year, Futsal Calgary hosts the annual Copa Futsal League that is fully sanctioned by the Calgary United Soccer Association. We currently have over 200 members in the league which is ever growing.

What is Futsal?

"Futsal" started in 1930 when a teacher in Uruguay, created a version of indoor football for recreation in YMCAs. Futsal took a page of the rules from other sports such as basketball for the number of team players (5), for the game duration (40 actual minutes); from water polo for the rules about the goalkeeper; from handball for the field and net’s sizes. The result is a lively, evolved, dynamic, active and supportive sport.

The game, which is played by over 100 countries around the world, is the only indoor form of soccer that is acknowledged and sanctioned by FIFA, the international governing body. It was easily played by everyone, everywhere, and in any weather condition, even in winter, without any difficulty, helping players to stay in shape all year round.

 

Gladiators Fencing Club 

Gladiators Fencing Club offers programs and coaching in the Olympic disciplines of Foil, Epee and Sabre. If you are interested in individual or group lessons or high performance coaching, Gladiators can help. Gladiators is a member of the Alberta Fencing Association. We offer training in Calgary and Okotoks.

 

Glenmore Cricket Club 

Glenmore Cricket Club is Calgary's number one cricket club. We offer cricket to players of all ages with five adult teams, and three junior programs for kids aged between 5 - 15.

 

Hiro's Judo Club 

Welcome to Hiro's Judo Club. Our club was established in 1957 by Hiro Kanashiro and it is the oldest continuously operating martial arts club in Calgary. Judo is derived from the ancient arts of unarmed combat. It is a martial art that has been made into a sport so that the art may be practised without being injured. The sport aspect was developed by Jigoro Kano who commenced his teaching in 1882. Since then it has become an Olympic sport that is practiced worldwide.

 

Kanto Sho Karate Club 

Traditional Karate-do for the 21st century.

The Kanto Sho Karate Club is dedicated to the development of the human spirit in each person as an individual.

As early as the 1920’s accomplished practitioners of many different styles of Karate in Japan found themselves in search of a more practical way to train realistic but still traditional karate. During the 1930's and 40's they came together in a fusion of styles and developed what is known today as Renbukai Karate. Renbukai means literally “to meet to forge the martial way”.


Kanto Sho believes:
Karate instills positive values in our lives.
We pass on that which we have learned.
Helping our students surpass our physical skills and abilities.
Moving on to be the best person they can be.
Taking these strengths into every day life.

 

Ki C Yoon Martial Arts Academy NE 

Our martial arts academy encourages a focus on health and wellness for all ages. Through Korean Hap Ki Do, we help participants to develop fitness while learning self defense techniques. 

Our studios can be found in SE, NE and NW Calgary. Instructors from the our studio at #4, 823 - 41 Ave NE will deliver the activity sessions for All Sport One Day. Visit us there for ongoing programming.

 

KidzFirst 

The KidzFirst Grassroots Development Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to giving the game back to its rightful owners, the kids! Through our memberships, sponsors, community and development partners, we provide subsidized programming across a multi-sport platform.

 

 

Mo Fan Tai Chi Wushu Academy 

Mo Fan Tai Chi Wu Shu Academy was established by Master Mo Fan an internationally recognized authority on Chinese martial art forms who has earned the title of Distinguished Wushu Athlete, the highest martial arts honor awarded by the Chinese Wushu Association and the China Ministry of Sports. The academy is a learning community where people can find new ways to improve the quality of their lives and become familiar with China's cultural treasures.

 

Netball Alberta 

Netball Alberta is a not-for-profit sport association with the Executive and Leagues based in Calgary. We facilitate netball activities and school clinics in Calgary and throughout the province.

Our objectives are to:

  • promote education and development of our sport
  • sponsor and host clinics and classes
  • organize and conduct competitions and exhibitions

Leagues run all year round at Southland Leisure Centre and Vivo for Healthier Generations with a range of skill levels and age groups participating. From time to time, you can find us in other facilities in Calgary.

 

Osuna Karate 

Karate for all abilities - Osuna Karate


If you have a body and you train it you are an athlete. Osuna Karate teaches traditional Shotokan Karate for all ages and abilities. Our karate able program is a development initiative looking to include individuals with motor and cognitive disabilities in the practice of Karate. Our program works on integration and our classes include recreational, high performance and individual with visible disabilities.

 

Premier Academy Cheerleading & Tumbling  

Premier Academy Cheerleading & Tumbling offers recreational and competitive cheerleading and tumbling classes for Calgary and area residence.  Beginning as young as 3 years old up to adult and beginner to advanced, there is a program for everyone!  Now offering free private lessons and tours for anyone interested in the programs.

 

Rocky Mountain Dive Club 

Rocky Mountain Dive Club offers recreational Learn-to-Dive and, pre-competitive programs for all ages. Our goal is to provide quality technical springboard and platform diving instruction at the introductory level in a safe, controlled, and fun environment.

 

Saints Rugby Club 

The Saints Rugby is Calgary’s oldest rugby club and has a strong history of fielding competitive teams at all levels, capturing a number of provincial and city championships in recent years. 

Our international coaching staff focusses on developing individual skills at all levels.

We run 3 men’s teams and 1 women’s team. We also run junior teams in all divisions from U7 to U18.  Junior rugby starts at the 5 and 6 year old level (Under 7 category) and is flag rugby (no contact) until the Under 11 age category.  At that time, contact is introduced gradually into the game as the season progresses. Beginning in U11, learning safe tackling technique for the both the tackler and the person being tackled is emphasized.

 

Skip Time 

Skip Time is a Calgary based jump rope program for children 6+ years old. Children are coached in individual rope skipping skills, partner skipping, long rope and double dutch. We emphasize fun, fitness for life, self-esteem, leadership, personal accomplishment and teamwork. Our not-for-profit organization is volunteer run and follows CANSkip, Canada's national rope skipping skill development program.  In addition to recreation classes, Skip Time also offers a competitive program for those wanting to compete at a Provincial level and on a National stage.

 

Sportball 

Sportball is a leading provider of non-competitive sports instruction programs for children ranging in age from 16 months to 12 years. Our company operates across Canada, the United States and in Singapore. We provide fun, high-energy sports programs for thousands of children throughout many different cities.

 

Touché Fencing Club 

A club for beginners to introduce fencing to youth!

 

Volleyball Alberta 

Incorporated in 1974, the Volleyball Alberta is the official governing body and provides the organizational structure for the sport of Volleyball in the province of Alberta. Volleyball Alberta is involved in every facet of the sport by running programs at all levels both indoors and in the rapidly growing area of Beach Volleyball. We provide all Alberta residents with fair and equal access to participation and personal growth through recreational, competitive, elite, instructional, administrative, coaching and officiating programs. Our primary goal is to promote and develop volleyball at all levels throughout Alberta

 

 

Waterwerks Kayak Club 

Waterwerks Kayak Club (WKC) is a non-profit society that encourages and facilitates participation in kayaking by enabling its youth, adult and family members to develop skills leading to a stronger whitewater paddling community in Calgary and area. Waterwerks has a full complement of equipment for all sizes and ages, programming for paddlers of all levels, (beginner to advanced) and qualified instructors to get you paddling safely.