Alberta Broomball Association

The Alberta Broomball Association would like to give a big shout-out and a thank you to all of the volunteers who came out to help with the casino fundraiser on January 21st and 22nd 2018.

We would not be able to achieve what we do without such dedicated and committed volunteers, and appreciate all the support. 

Thank you to:

Greg, Violet, Lindsay, and Vanessa Mastervick - Edmonton

Brian, Gloria, Sean Gouthreau, and Joel Cross - Lethbridge

Wayne and Jan Neigel - Medicine Hat

Tom Krewenchuk - Edmonton

Len McGinnis - Edmonton

George Paleniuk - Edmonton

Don Markewich - Edmonton

Ed Stein - Leduc

Eric Haapa-aho - Lethbridge

Hilary Saunders - Edmonton

A special thank you to Alberta Sport Connection for their continued support of

the Alberta Broomball Association and the game of broomball.‚Äč

The Alberta Broomball Association in a non-profit organization whose main goal is to promote and grow the game of broomball across the province of Alberta. 

As an official governing body through Canadian Broomball Federation, the ABA holds several officially sanctioned tournaments throughout the season, cultivating with the yearly Provincial Championships in March at the Sylvan Lake Sports Complex. 

The association's two biggest leagues are located in Edmonton and Calgary, even though you can find broomball in many small cities and communities across Alberta. Players have been known to travel hours to find a competitive game because they love the sport and the friendships they built from playing.

Broomball is a game that is played from generation to generation. Kids grow up watching their parents play, then enroll in youth programs to learn the skills necessary to climb the ladder to the men's, women's, or mixed leagues. 

The Alberta Broomball Association wants to provide players and coaches with the proper instruction and equipment to enjoy our great game. Please contact us if you have any questions. 

Learn to play broomball today!