Sports & leagues
We're proud to offer a variety of sport programs, clinics and leagues. View Kelowna's Activity & Program Guide for a complete overview of sport programs offered. The following sport programs are for co-ed adults 18+.
Types of sport programs
|Program type||Description||Activities available|
|Sport Leagues||Organized leagues for teams with a pre-set schedule. Multiple sport options and competition levels available. Register as a team or as an individual (where available).|
|Register & Play Sports|
Weekly pick-up games. Register in advance to secure your spot. Drop-in available (space permitting). All Register & Play Sports are co-ed and for ages 18Y and up, unless otherwise listed.
Badminton, Basketball, Floor Hockey, Ice Hockey, Indoor Soccer, Netball, Pickleball,
|Learn to Play Sports||Work with an experience instructor on skills and strategy to advance your game. Learn to play programs include both drills and competition.|
Archery, Dragon Boat, Tennis, Paddling, Canoeing, Pickleball, Stand Up Paddleboarding
|Sport Clinics||Try a new sport or activity. Work with an experienced instructor to learn the basics to get you started. Clinics are often short workshop-style sessions.|
Pickleball, Paddling, Canoeing, Stand Up Paddle Boarding, Surfski Kayaking
2020 registration dates
- Spring – March 11 at 7 a.m.
- Summer – June 10 at 7 a.m.
- Fall – August 19 at 7 a.m.
- Winter – December 9 at 7 a.m.
Dates are inclusive of all sport program offerings with the exception of Pickleball which opens one day earlier with general program registration. The latest guide will be available for viewing online at kelowna.ca/recreation one week prior to registration opening.
View the Adult Sports & Leagues section of the latest Activity & Program Guide to see how you can get in the game.
Our Active Living & Cultural Services Department operates environments that prioritize the health, safety and well-being of people attending its facilities and programs. Everyone at City operated facilities has the right to be treated with courtesy and respect, and behave in a manner that is respectful and courteous and does not disrupt the spirit of all participants, volunteers and staff or the operation of the facilities in any way. In general, behaviours must not discriminate, abuse, demoralize or otherwise negatively affect others or their enjoyment of the facility.
Engaging in behaviour contrary to the following expectations, particularly after being warned, may lead to an official banning from City-owned facilities as per the General Banning Policy. Expected behaviours include but are not limited to:
- Treat others with dignity and respect
- Be polite and courteous using appropriate language
- Follow direction and/or instruction of staff and volunteers
- Use the equipment and facility in a safe and appropriate manner
- Shirts and shoes required unless participating in an activity that requires otherwise
Non-acceptable behaviours include but are not limited to:
- Roller blades or cleats inside
- Photographing or filming without permission
- Rude behaviour
- Inappropriate language
- Bullying and/or teasing
The following activities are prohibited and anyone engaging in them will be banned from our recreation and cultural facilities:
- Sexual and verbal harassment
- Possession, consumption or distribution of alcoholic beverages unless authorized by a licensed event on site
- Possession or use of illegal substances
- Possession or use of weapons
- Sexual activity
- Public nudity
- Physical violence or threat of physical violence
- Any behaviour that endangers the safety of any individual or group
We, as the City, are responsible for the safe and proper operation of our facilities. Instructions and directions are to be followed at all times and individuals or groups that are non-compliant will be subject to facility banning and/or removal by the RCMP.