General Information (Brampton Hockey Inc.)

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2024-25 COMING SOON!

Registration will remain open until August 30, 2024 or until the division is filled.


Please scroll to the bottom of the page to ensure you don’t miss any important information.

 

NEW BRAMPTON HOCKEY PARTICIPANTS


If you are looking to join Brampton Hockey as a new participant for the 2024-25 Season, WELCOME!
There are a number of items to be aware for joining for the first time.

  1. Head to our "NEW to Brampton Hockey" page
  2. Follow the instructions on that page to ensure a smooth registration process
  3. Review program details ahead of time by CLICKING HERE
  4. If you have any questions, you can contact [email protected]

*NOTE: Any players who do not reside in the City of Brampton will be required to pay an additional $100 non-resident fee. Please ensure to select this option at the time of registration, as these funds are collected by BHI and submitted to the City of Brampton


RETURNING BRAMPTON HOCKEY PARTICIPANTS


Welcome back! Registration is completed through your existing Hockey Canada account via their e-registration system.

Having trouble logging in? Head to our “Returning Members” page


Programs

Registration Birth Year

Program

Early Bird Price

Price

U5 – U7 (2018 – 2020)

Timbits Learn to Play

$600

$625

U8 (2017)

Recreational League

$695

$725

U9 (2016)

Recreational League

$695

$725

U10 (2015)

Recreational League

$695

$725

U11 (2014)

Recreational League

$695

$725

U12 (2013)

Recreational League

$695

$725

U13 (2012)

Recreational League

$695

$725

U14 (2011)

Recreational League

$695

$725

U15 (2010)

Recreational League

$695

$725

U16 (2009)

Recreational League

$695

$725

U17 (2008)

Recreational League

$695

$725

U21 (2004 – 2007)

Recreational League

$695

$725

U7 – U18 (2007 – 2018)

Representative
(BB, B, A, AA, MD)

$695

$725

U7 – U18 (2007 – 2018)

Advanced
Development Program
(Fall: October – December)

--

$157.50

U7 – U18 (2007 – 2018)

Advanced
Development Program
(Winter: January - March)

--

$157.50


Special Needs

--

$385

Early Bird Deadline ends July 3rd, 2024

Registration will remain open until August 30, 2024 or until the division is filled


Important:

You will have the option to pay in full or select the payment plan. Once selected this choice cannot be changed.
Registration for Special Needs must be paid in full.
 


For additional details surrounding payment + refund policies please visit the “Registration Fees” page

OMHA Age Reference Chart


Program Details & Overview

Be sure to review our program details on our Program Overview Page prior to registering.

Select + MD Tryouts

There will be a separate opportunity to register and pay for tryouts.

Tryout Registration for the below age groups will occur in:

  • U10 - U18: June
  • U8  - U9: September

All Brampton Hockey members will be notified by email and information will be posted on the website.

Advanced Development Program (U8 – U18)

7 week sessions available for U8 – U18 during the Fall and Winter terms. Open to any player registered in the recreational league program. **Limited spaces available for each age group and payment is NOT REQUIRED until you have been notified of acceptance to the program.




Insurance + Required Acknowledgements

All players and coaches/trainers who register with Brampton Hockey fall under Hockey Canada’s insurance policy.  For more information on the Hockey Canada insurance please go to www.ohf.on.ca



MANDATORY COMPLETION: Respect in Sport

One parent is required to complete the Respect in Sport for Parents program.  Please see below for an overview of the program. This program only needs to be completed once.


RESPECT IN SPORT CLINIC LOGIN 
RIS PARENT PROGRAM OVERVIEW


The Respect in Sport Parent Program is endorsed and supported by our governing bodies, Hockey Canada, OHF and the OMHA. The program is a proactive, educational online course that empowers parents with the tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children, and all other stakeholders in the game. 


Since the program's inception in the 2013-2014 hockey season, at least one parent or guardian of each player in Brampton Hockey will need to complete the online RIS course as a condition of the child’s registration and participation in Brampton Hockey programs. The course takes approximately an hour to complete and the cost of the course is covered by Brampton Hockey and is a one time certification.


Brampton Hockey requires your support and cooperation with completing the RIS online course prior to registering your child for hockey. There is an opportunity for you to provide feedback once the course is completed. Please ensure you provide the feedback asked for at the end of the online program so that the ongoing improvement of the content and usability of the system is maintained.  


Thank you for your assistance with the League’s commitment to players’ safety, enjoyment and success in the game of hockey.  



MANDATORY COMPLETION: Rowan's Law + the OHF Concussion Code of Conduct

All players/parents/coaches are to review the Rowan's Law resource based on the appropriate age to which they are participating. Secondly, participants are to review the OHF Concussion Code of Conduct.


The Rowans Law Act and Regulations is a mandatory implementation through the Ontario Hockey Federation and Ministry of Tourism Culture and Sport. Every Player, Team Official and On-Ice Official (parent as well if individual under 18) in order to register/participate must review the OHF Concussion Code of Conduct and the appropriate Concussion Awareness Resources. 

During the online registration process, parents will be required to read and check that you and your child have reviewed the Rowan's requirements.

Review the OHF Concussion Code of Conduct atOHF Concussion Code of Conduct

Review the appropriate Concussion Awareness Resources via these links: