Registration is now open for Ringette Calgary Flex Ringette for the 2022-2023 season. The program was designed to meet the needs of athletes who wish to have less time commitment and a competitive experience. Currently, U16 and U19 players are eligible (and may open to U14). We need a minimum of 30 participants (plus goaltending) at sign up in order for the program to be viable.
2 half seasons – October-December and January-March
Consistent location and time (Tuesday evenings)
For details on Flex Ringette and Registration information visit the Flex Ringette page.
Executive Summary – In Fall 2021, a three-year strategic plan for sport development was presented to Ringette Calgary to inform sport development initiatives until 2024-25. One of the first priorities identified was the collection of demographic and general data from existing ringette players, to confirm and guide Ringette Calgary’s sport development efforts. A sub committee was formed to identify survey …Read More
Ringette For All wants to send a huge thank you to Ringette Calgary – including all of the associations, teams, friends and families that helped make Ringette Night at the Hitmen such a success. It was a very fun night full of great energy! The funds raised will go a long way towards helping us continue to remove barriers to ringette so all kids can play. We are looking forward to another great season next year with Ringette Calgary.
“I am a parent from the U16B NW Velocity team. We are in Westlock for provincials and we just finished playing our crossover game vs Edmonton Evolution. I wanted to share a picture of the type of sportsmanship that represents this sport.
The BV Ballistic parents and players sat with our parents for today’s game to cheer us on and show their support. They even pulled out their drums and cheers! Calgary supporting Calgary was heartwarming and I thought it was worth sharing.”
Kudos to BV Ballistic for this display of Sportsmanship!
Since league play has started, Ringette Alberta has had to deal with an alarming number of Match Penalty infractions. Match penalties are physical infractions, which are different from Misconduct penalties (verbal).
This is a noticeable increase from previous seasons, and because of that, Ringette Alberta would like to encourage everyone to review the True Sport Principles.