Youth League Information

First session delayed one more week to Saturday, September 23!

WHAT IS THE OBBHA YOUTH LEAGUE?...TEAMS? STANDINGS? STATS?

The best way to describe what we do is ''structured shinny'' 
A typical session starts with a collective warm up and then we split the players and follow with many versions of full and modified games.
There is no league, set teams, no standings and no stats. We pride ourselves on our 4 F's motto:

 FUN,FITNESS,FRIENDSHIP & FAIRPLAY. 

 Thanks for sharing this with your friends as we grow and cultivate the ball hockey community! 

Free trial to anyone who wants to come out and try our game!

OBBHA FALL 2017 SESSION DATES
 

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR REGISTRATION FORM

Saturday Youth League 

Cost: $110 per season  / 12$ Drop in fee per session 

Pro rated pricing available (join anytime)

  • September 23,30
  • October 14,21,28  (No OBBHA on Oct. 7th - Thanksgiving Long Weekend)
  • November 4,11,18,25
  • December 2,9

Divisions:

 As per age chart below, please refer to age of participant on December 31st of the current calendar year.

Division: PROSPECTS STARS YOUNG GUNS
Ages: 7 to 9 10 to 12 13 & Up
TIME: 9:00-10:00 10:00-11:00 11:00-12:00

Clearly, it's the most exercise any ball hockey league offers as result of the ball always live rule.Help us spread the word about the OBBHA unique rules that promote Fun, Fitness, Fair-play and Friendship.

PLAYERS CAN PLAY UP OR DOWN ONE LEVEL BASED ON AGE AND SKILL LEVEL

Join our OBBHA Youth League to learn and improve your ball hockey skills and fitness level.

Where are the games played?

All the games are played on one of Franco-Cite High School's 3 gyms on Smyth Road

(Beside the Ottawa Hospital) View map.

Where do I park?

Please park on the East side of the school (Ball Diamond) and enter door C111 
 
How do I pay?

Cash and cheques accepted on site - CC payments via Youth Reg Form or Pay Pal (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )

What does a player have to wear?

  1. C.S.A. approved helmet and full face protector
  2. Hockey gloves
  3. Shin pads (Ice Hockey or Soccer)
  4. Running shoes
  5. Hockey Stick (wood, plastic or composite)
  6. *Elbow pad
  7. *Athletic support

*Highly recommended

What does a goaltender have to wear?

All goaltenders must be fully dressed as we play with an orange Mylec ball.

Rules are made to make the ball hockey experience fun! 

Still have questions?

Please contact Jason Prevost at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 


 

OBBHA WINTER 2018 SESSION DATES

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR REGISTRATION FORM

Saturday Youth League 

Cost: $130 per season  / 12$ Drop in fee per session 

 Pro rated pricing available (join anytime)

  • January 13,20,27
  • February 3,10,24 (No OBBHA on Feb. 17th - Family Day Long Weekend)
  • March 3, 24, (No OBBHA on March 10 & 17th - School closed for March Break / No OBBHA on March 31 - Easter Weekend)
  • April 7,14,21,28 

Divisions:

Division: PROSPECTS STARS YOUNG GUNS
Ages: 7 to 9 10 to 12 13 & Up
TIME: 9:00-10:00 10:00-11:00 11:00-12:00

Clearly, it's the most exercise any ball hockey league offers as result of the ball always live rule.Help us spread the word about the OBBHA unique rules that promote Fun, Fitness, Fair-play and Friendship.

PLAYERS CAN PLAY UP OR DOWN ONE LEVEL BASED ON AGE AND SKILL LEVEL

Join our OBBHA Youth League to learn and improve your ball hockey skills and fitness level.

Where are the games played?

All the games are played on one of Franco-Cite High School's 3 gyms on Smyth Road

(Beside the Ottawa Hospital) View map.

Where do I park?

Please park on the East side of the school (Ball Diamond) and enter door C111 
 
How do I pay?

Cash and cheques accepted on site - CC payments via Youth Reg Form or Pay Pal (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )

What does a player have to wear?

  1. C.S.A. approved helmet and full face protector
  2. Hockey gloves
  3. Shin pads (Ice Hockey or Soccer)
  4. Running shoes
  5. Hockey Stick (wood, plastic or composite)
  6. *Elbow pad
  7. *Athletic support

*Highly recommended

What does a goaltender have to wear?

All goaltenders must be fully dressed as we play with an orange Mylec ball.

Rules are made to make the ball hockey experience fun!