Withrow Ball Hockey League:
Celebrating over 40 years of fun
Withrow Park Ball Hockey League is Toronto’s largest ball hockey association, fielding recreational and competitive teams for men, women and children of all ages.
It was created in 1976 with a mission to foster love of sport, team camaraderie and community connection. The league has sent teams to provincial, national and international tournaments, and every year registers more than 1,400 participants.
2021 registration for returning players in the youth and adult divisions opens Saturday, March 20th at 8 a.m. First games targeted for May 1st.
Covid Opt Out
Returning players who don’t want to play due to Covid can opt out. The league wil protect your returning player status for the 2022 season. Email us at [email protected] and indicate you want to “Opt Out.” The deadline to Opt Out is March 26, 2021, 11:59 p.m., and is open only to returning players.
Hey ball hockey peeps, We’re so excited to give a shout-out about one of our former ball hockey players. Our very own Wyatt Johnston and Team Canada beat Russia last night to capture gold at the U18 World Championship, held in Texas. Wyatt played a few seasons in the...
Big thanks to all the players and families who have registered for the 2021 WPHBL season! We had a very promising response to registration, further reminding us of how important the league is to our community. Thanks for the support! Unfortunately the latest...
This year Withrow Park Ball Hockey League is introducing a diversity and inclusion initiative called “First Shots” to ensure that the diversity of our community is well-represented. This initiative will be piloted in 2021 and will include: Working with local community...
Covid has forced us to rejig how games and registration will be run. This year, we've added an Opt Out option for returning players. This allows players who choose not to play due to Covid concerns to keep their returning player status for the 2022 season. Those who...
First games tentatively scheduled for May 1. Plans for a 2021 season for WPBHL continue in the hope that the efforts to combat Covid 19, combined with seasonal effects, will mean we can get back on the floor. We will continue to look to local and provincial health...