When does the Spring/Summer registration take place?
Spring/Summer Registration opens in January. League play begins in April.
How do I register my child?
Parents/guardians shall register their child online in this website.
What is the refund/cancellation policy?
Please review 'Refund Policy' page in this website.
Can I sign up my child to play on the same team as a friend?
Yes. In the house league division we do allow for a friend request. The league coordinator will try to accommodate all friend requests. Team balancing may affect request.
When and for how long does the season run?
Each team will play ten (10) games which includes playoffs. Learn to Play is also a ten (10) week program. Spring/Summer starts in mid April. Fall season (if applicable) starts in September. Winter season (if applicable) starts in January.
When is the first game of the season and how will we be notified?
Everyone registered and paid will be emailed at least a week before the first game. Uniforms will all be available to be picked up before the first game commences or at the first game. If you have registered and have not been contacted please contact us.
What are the days of the week and the times of the games?
For weekend leagues, game times generally begin at 9am with the youngest divisions starting first. For weekday leagues, games generally begin at 6pm with the youngest divisions starting first.
Where are the games played?
League games are played at local arenas. Arena's may change from season to season depending on availability.
My child has never played ball hockey/ice hockey before. Is this program suitable for a child with no prior experience?
Yes! Our program is designed to suit children at all levels of experience and skill. A fair number players are children with limited or no ice hockey or ball hockey experience.
What kind of equipment do you provide? What equipment do I need to provide for my child?
Please review 'Equipment' page in this website.
Rep program is for players who want to play in a more competitive environment. Speak with your league coordinator for detailed information. Every year, the league sends teams to the Ontario Ball Hockey Federation (OBHF) Provincial Championships, which are held in July. Teams will also have the opportunity to compete Nationally and Internationally. Tryouts typically take place beginning in late April/early May, followed by team selection and dedicated practices and exhibition games.
How do I become a coach?
As part of the registration process, please indicate when prompted if you are interested in coaching your child.
How do I become a referee?
Please visit www.ontarioballhockeyfederation.com to register for a clinic details. Once certified please contact your local league. We are always looking for officials.
How do I Volunteer?
Please contact the league coordinator who can find opportunities for volunteers to help out.
Minor Ball Hockey Ontario (MBHO) is a not-for-profit organization and proud member of the Ontario Ball Hockey Federation (OBHF). The Ontario Ball Hockey Federation is the governing body for our sport in Ontario. The OBHF is also the only recognized Provincial Sports Organization (PSO) for ball hockey in Ontario. Click here for all Ontario PSO's. All policies, bylaws and the constitution for the OBHF can be found by clicking here.
The Canadian Ball Hockey Association (CBHA) is a registered non-profit organization. It is officially recognized as the governing body of the sport in Canada by the International Street & Ball Hockey Federation (ISBHF) and an associate member of Hockey Canada.