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Throughout Saskatchewan, you’ll discover a healthy variety of local sports clubs and teams. While the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League might draw the most attention, it’s the curling and hockey clubs locals truly enjoy. Cities like Saskatoon, Yorkton, and Moose Jaw feature an array of hockey leagues – all from the youth levels to semi-pro.
Curling is one of Canada’s most popular sports, with clubs and leagues spread across the provinces. In Saskatchewan, be sure to check out the Estevan Curling Club when touring Estevan, while Regina is home to three, distinct clubs: the Caledonian – known as the Callie Curling Club – the Tartan Curling Club, and the Highland Curling Club.
Hockey rages with popularity throughout the province as well, with teams like the Regina Capitals and the Moose Jaw Warriors of the Western Hockey League shredding up the ice. Smaller clubs like the Humboldt Broncos, and the Yorkton Terriers of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League also make their mark on the hockey landscape.
Head to the Mosaic Place in Moose Jaw and watch the Warriors battle for the ice, or visit the Credit Union iPlex and watch the Swift Current Broncos play for the win. Don’t miss a trip to the Art Hauser Centre, home of the Prince Albert Raiders, in Prince Albert.
While curling clubs and hockey teams certainly draw a large amount of support, other sports like baseball, football, and basketball have increased in visibility.
Saskatchewan Baseball oversees much of the youth-level baseball in the province, while the Saskatoon Yellow Jackets play in the Western Major Baseball League. And be sure to visit Jubilee Park where the Yorkton Cardinals play home games. Football fans in Saskatchewan plenty to spectate as well. In Regina, fans head out the Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field and cheer on the Regina Thunder of the Canadian Junior Football League.
While much of the sports-related focus in Saskatchewan falls onto curling and hockey, many enjoy the excitement of local football, baseball, and basketball teams in cities like Estevan, Regina, and Moose Jaw.
Baseball fans and players around the province appreciate Saskatchewan Baseball. Established in 1959, Saskatchewan Baseball is the Provincial Governing Body of baseball, overseeing leagues from Rookie, 8 years old and under, to Twilite, 35 years old and over – and everything in between.
Meanwhile, 16 and 17 year olds vie for coveted spots in the Midgets Select Program. In May and June, camps are held for scouts and coaches to identify Saskatchewan Baseball’s elite players.
In Saskatoon, collegiate level players compete for the Saskatoon Yellow Jackets. A member of the Western Major Baseball League, the Yellow Jackets battle against other teams in the Collegiate Summer baseball Leagues.
While the Cape Cod League is considered to be the premier summer baseball league, the Western Major Baseball League astounds – so don’t miss the action at a Yorkton Cardinals game at Jubilee Park.
The basketball presence in Saskatchewan continues to grow thanks to popular men’s and women’s leagues across the province. Basketball Saskatchewan is the governing body overseeing youth and adult leagues around the province. The Battleford Suns, featuring 5th and 6th grade boys, and the Hornets Club – grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 – are just two of the many youth clubs around Saskatchewan.
For football fans in Regina, be sure to take in a Regina Thunder football game at Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field. Part of the Canadian Junior Football league, the Regina Thunder have been in action since 1999. Check out the team as they battle provincial rivals, the Saskatoon Hilltops.
The Prince Albert Minor Football League is perfect for the kids in the area. With annual conditioning and skill building camps for kids 10-14 years old, and even a 6-on-6 spring league for kids in 5th through 8th grade, Prince Albert has football more than covered.
Whether traveling with your local curling club to a bonspiel, or just supporting the team, find the perfect sports travel accommodations in Saskatchewan. In cities like Estevan, Prince Albert, and Yorkton, you’ll find exciting local leagues like the Estevan Curling Club, the Prince Albert Golf & Curling Club, and the Yorkton Curling Club.
In Regina, locals enjoy three distinct clubs: the Caledonian Curling Club, Highland Curling Club, and Tartan Curling Club. Locally known as the Callie Curling Club, the Caledonian was established in 1915 and has been one of the more popular curling clubs in Saskatchewan.
The Callie features a six-sheet curling rink, available for rental to all curlers – including non-members – from October to March.
Originally known as the Civil Service Curling Club, the Tartan Curling Club was established in 1948. Travel in from Moose Jaw and checkout Tartan’s array of leagues, from senior men, to youth leagues and young adult.
In Saskatoon, explore the Granite Curling Club, Sutherland Curling Club, or the Nutana Curling Club. Each club features different levels of competition, with ice time available to members and locals. The Granite Curling Club was established in 1929, while the Sutherland Curling Club features men’s, women’s, senior, and junior leagues.
When exploring Swift Current, the charming city home to the Credit Union i-Plex, you’ll find the Swift Current Curling Club. As a member of the Canadian Curling Association, the Swift Current Curling Club features a Sunday Fun League, Wednesday Ladies League, Tuesday Men’s League, and Junior Curling for youths 14 years old and under. Founded in 1949, the Swift Current Curling Club is one of the most popular clubs in the city, located at Mitchell Field near the Credit Union i-Plex.
In Saskatchewan, cities like Saskatoon, Yorkton, and Regina feature a surplus of hockey leagues and clubs. From the Moose Jaw Warriors and Regina Capitals of the Western Hockey League, to the Yorkton Terriers and the Humboldt Broncos of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, Saskatchewan is never lacking in hockey excitement.
In Moose Jaw, you’ll find sterling accommodations when traveling with your youth hockey club – or if you’re simply a fan of the Warriors. Founded in 1980, the Moose Jaw Warriors compete in the Eastern Conference of the Western Hockey League, battling nearby opponents like the Saskatoon Blades and the Swift Current Broncos. All Moose Jaw Warriors games are played at the Mosaic Place, which some refer to as "Moose Jaw Multiplex."
West of Moose Jaw is Swift Current, home to the Broncos of the Western Hockey League. Find yourself the nearby Best Western Swift Current hotel and check out a game during the fall.
The WHL has a firm presence in Regina and Prince Albert. While touring Regina, set east of Moose Jaw, check out the Regina Pats as they take the ice at the Brandt Centre. North in Prince Albert, visit the Art Hauser Centre, home to the Prince Albert Raiders.
In Estevan, get your child registered with the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League as you check out the Spectra Place, home of the Estevan Bruins. Founded in 1957, the Bruins face off against teams like the Melfort Mustangsand the Battlefords North Stars – all vying for a shot at the SJHL championship trophy, the Canalta Cup.