Master Norman pioneered the ITF form of Taekwon-Do in Saskatchewan and Regina South Zone was the first of many clubs that he eventually developed throughout Saskatchewan.
GIRLS IN THE GAME is a non-competitive sport and physical activity introduction program for girls.
ICANPLAY is a non-competitive sport introduction program for young children.
The mission of KidSport™ is to increase the accessibility of sporting opportunities to financially disadvantaged children so that these children may achieve mental, physical, social and personal development
A highly-organized and structured program designed to prepare players to play on Junior and Senior Secondary School Basketball Teams
To promote, teach and perpetuate the game of soccer, to encourage sportsmanship and to teach respect for the laws of our games, officials and players while building a life long desire for the sport.
Helping promote, support and grow the game of basketball through players, coaches and officials in Saskatchewan.
Black and Blue Boxing Club is located at 1825 7th Avenue directly south of Value Village beside Royal Sporting Goods. We run classes from 6:00 to 9:00 Monday through Friday every week and are usually only closed on major holidays.
Football Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan Amateur Football Inc.) is registered under the Non-Profit Corporations act and is made up of Directors from all levels of amateur football in the Province which includes University Football, Junior Football, Hig...
Ginga Futebol Academy is a program committed to developing athletes in a supportive but challenging environment that promotes learning and growth. It is our aim to provide our athletes with the training
Our Bowling Center is 5-Pin only and we cater to everyone, there is no age limit. We are a great facility for Birthday Parties, Group Functins, Office Functions (Team Building) and many many other reasons come in and enjoy our facility.
Hockey Regina Inc. is the governing body for all local minor hockey. Offers information on board of directors, coaches and game schedule.
Lonsdale Boxing Club includes people of all ages and levels. From young children in our Mini Gloves program, and people looking to get in shape through our Boxercise program, to our athletes competing in the Boxing program
We have PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) Instructors who are qualified to train beginner courses all the way up to professional levels of diving. In order to ensure safety and comfort we have packaged our scuba courses with ba...
The Regina Boxing Club has been fostering excellence in amateur boxing, developing athletes into elite competitors, and providing youth mentorship since 1949.
The Regina Community Basketball Association was founded in 1931 and is the longest running league in Western Canada. Since the early 70's the league was known as the Regina Church Basketball Association.
The Regina Diving Club is a nationally ranked organization that is parent directed and in operation since 1989. In that time, the Regina Diving Club has introduced thousands of children to the sport of diving.
We are a family owned and operated business, providing opportunities for people of all ages to be involved in one of our many horsemanship programs.
The Regina Y's Men's Marlins (RYMM) is a competitive and recreational speed swimming club associated with the Regina YMCA. All members of the RYMM must be registered at the YMCA.
Regina Minor Football (RMF) is a tackle football league for boys and girls. There are 3 Age Divisions: Atom, PeeWee and Bantam. We also run a Spring League (mid-April to mid-May) designated for players Grades 9, 10, & 11 in high school.
The Regina Optimist Club was chartered on December 9, 1957. The club’s first involvement with youth activities was a sponsorship in 1958 of a boys’ baseball team in the Regina Pony League.
The Regina Optimist Dolphin Swim Club exists to develop each swimmer to his or her fullest potential through quality programs. We are dedicated to excellence in life and sport skills through pride, discipline, loyalty and commitment.
The Regina Pats Hockey Club was established in 1917 and is a charter member of the Western Hockey League. The Pats have won three Memorial Cups in 1925, 1930 and 1974 and have two Western Hockey League Championships in 1974 and 1980.
Ringette is a unique winter ice sport played primarily by females, but is open to all. This non-contact sport has players using a straight stick and a hollow rubber ring. Ringette rules require individuals to pass over each blue line, thus encour...
The RSC has about 500 plus members per year and provides programs, events and trips for beginner, recreational and competitive, young and older skiers alike with a program for skiers with disabilities.
The Regina Soccer Association is a non-profit organization that offers programs and leagues for soccer players from Regina and the surrounding district.
To promote and advocate the participation in sport, by providing leadership, creating a united voice and facilitating the enhancement of sport programs within the community.
RSST is a non-profit Skate Canada endorsed club, home to Regina's only synchronized skating teams both recreational and competitive, providing social fun and fitness to skaters of all ages and abilities.
FUNdamental (recreational) programs in the following age categories: 8U, 12U, 13+, 16+(Beginner Adult and Recreational Adult).
As the vast majority of the participants in our sport are children, youth and their parents, the Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association, along with the Canadian Lacrosse Associaton, feels that we need to understand the reasons for their involvement and...