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Registration Information

Registration Information for the 2019/20 Season


Registration will start on July 1st and end on August 29th for the 19/20 Season.

Players must reside in Arbour Lake, Citadel, Dalhousie, Hamptons, Hawkwood, Ranchlands, Royal Oak and Rocky Ridge as of September 1, 2019 to register with Crowfoot Hockey. If you need more information as to which Associations you belong to, check this list from Hockey Calgary: Association List. 

Crowfoot Hockey may ask at any time for your proof of address.  (Note that a Drivers License, Property Tax bill and cell phone bill are not valid proofs.)

If you are new and would like more information about our programs, see our 'Hockey Program' tab on our website.

Crowfoot Hockey strives to maintain reasonable fees for its hockey program and they are below the City average.  We continue to be imposed with increases with ice rates, referee rates and additional Novice equipment purchases for the upcoming season.

When registering online and paying by credit card, the entire fee will be charged on the date you register.  To split payments, please provide us with two post-dated cheques made payable to Crowfoot Hockey Association with these amounts and cheque dates.  Both cheques are to be dropped off to the Crowfoot Arena, 8080 John Laurie Blvd - the blue drop off box in the lobby before the doors to the ice area.   Cheques can be also mailed to Crowfoot Hockey, 8080 John Laurie Blvd. NW, Calgary, T3G 3S3.  If you wish to etransfer payment, the entire amount is to be sent to admin@crowfoothockey.com, indicate the player(s) name and division.

DivisionBirth Years2019/20 Fee -Effective July 1 to 31, 2019to split payments (cheque submission only)
Timbits2013 and 2014$690$345 dated Aug 31 $345 dated October 1
Novice2011 and 2012$1,090$545 dated Aug 31 $545 dated October 1
Atom2009 and 2010$1,130$565 dated Aug 31 $565 dated October 1
Peewee2007 and 2008$1,180$590 dated Aug 31 $590 dated October 1
Bantam2005 and 2006$1,280$640 dated Aug 31 $640 dated October 1
Midget2002, 2003, 2004$1,280$640 dated Aug 31 $640 dated October 1
House LeagueBirth Years2019/20 Fees
House League - Novice2011 and 2012$725$375 dated Aug 31 $350 dated October 01
House League - Atom2009 and 2010$725$375 dated Aug 31 $350 dated October 01
House League - PeeWee2007 and 2008$725$375 dated Aug 31 $350 dated October 01

For Returning Players: 

Online Registration with the HCR (Hockey Canada Registry) is for both Community and House League Registration.  If you are unsure which stream of hockey best suits your child and family, see the information posted in the the 'Hockey Program' section.  (For PeeWee House League Players, currently full and taking names on a wait-list.)

This is the Registration Link.    You can choose credit card payment or cheque submission.  If you are paying by credit card, the full payment is processed on the date you register.  If you cannot login in or have questions about our programs, email admin@crowfoothockey.com.  

You can drop off this REGISTRATION FORM with cheque payments in the blue drop off box in the Crowfoot Arena lobby.  (Arena attached to the Crowfoot YMCA.) Or the Form and cheques can be mailed to Crowfoot Hockey/Crowfoot Arena, 8080 John Laurie Blvd NW, Calgary  T3G 3S3.  Cheques are made payable to Crowfoot Hockey Association. 

HOW WE CONTACT YOU - Primarily by email. Do not put your child's email address in this field.

Player/Participant Email field:  This is the only email address we use to contact you prior to team formation.  Please ensure that this is the main and most reliable email to reach you.  Crowfoot Community players will be emailed by August 223rd as to their first ice time and all preliminary information.  House League Players will be notified by email late August with information and ice times.

Refund Policy.  Refer to the REFUND FORM for information on the fees imposed for registration cancellation.

Volunteer Policy.  Community Hockey Families will be expected to volunteer a minimum of 10 hours per child.   See our Volunteer Policy. 

House League families must also volunteer, more information will be provided at season start.

Bantam and Midget Players trying out for NWCAA or the Northstars

Register with NWCAA or the Northstars Association directly.  Also register with Crowfoot Hockey.  Select 'cheque submission' and provide to us a postdated October 1st, 2019 cheque.  Your cheque will be destroyed if you make a quadrant team.  Please notify us if you are returning to Crowfoot Hockey.


For New to Hockey Players:

 Respect In Sport(RIS) Online Course 

If you are new to hockey you must first take the "Parent Respect In Sport (RIS)" online course before you can register and get access to the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR).  The fee for this course is $12.60.  https://hockeyalbertaparent.respectgroupinc.com

Choose “Crowfoot” as your hockey association (do not choose Crowfoot Junior C or Calgary Coyotes).   Parents that took this course previous to 2015  will have to retake this course.  Families that do not have this course cannot access the registration database to register

If parents have completed RIS previously but are registering a new participant this season, they need to add the new participant to their account in order for the RIS certification to show up in the HCR profile, here’s the link to the instructions to complete this:

Respect in Sport Link to Your Player

Once you have finished your course, your child will have a Hockey Canada ID#,  This is needed to register.  Proceed to the 'Returning Player' section and register online or with a hard copy form for submission.


Questions can be forwarded to admin@crowfoothockey.com

The Administrator will be away the first three weeks in July and will answer emails intermittently during this time.

Financial Assistance.  Email admin@crowfoothockey.com for information on the Flames Even Strength Program that can help cover registration fees for families that are below set income thresholds.  Deadline for completed application submitted online is September 1st.  Supporting documents from Revenue Canada (earnings summary) will be needed.