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Championship Games

Saturday, February 24, 2024 is our final day at the rink. And it's going to be exciting!

11:00 am, 12 noon, & 1:00 pm - Learn To Skate

2:00 pm - Learn To Play Hockey

3:00 pm - Novice - Two Men And A Truck & Roofworks (Rennie A)
                                  The Pie Commission & Cecil Ward (Rennie B)

4:30 pm - Minor Atom Finals - Dogtopia vs. McDonald's Red

6:00 pm - Atom Finals - Bloor Animal Hospital vs Pivot

7:30 pm - Peewee Finals - Jeffery Construction vs. Falafel World

9:00 pm - Bantam - Sailun Tires vs. Great Lakes

Come out and enjoy the day. Cheer on your friends and enjoy some really good hockey.

End-Of-Season Banquet

The Swansea Hockey End-Of-Season Banquets for all programs is on Sunday, February 25, 2024.

This year's banquet is at the Swansea Community Recreation Centre at 15 Waller Ave. You can see the centre from the rink - it's that close.

The banquet is for registered participants only. Players must show up to receive their trophies and awards. Pizza and chips are being served. Regrettably, there's not enough room for parents to attend the banquet.

11:00 am - LEARN TO SKATE and LEARN TO PLAY HOCKEY

1:00 pm - NOVICE, MINOR ATOM, ATOM, PEEWEE, and BANTAM Divisions

We're looking forward to seeing everyone there. Remember to wear your team jersey!

50 Years of Swansea Hockey

The Swansea Hockey Association is the largest not-for-profit outdoor hockey league in North America. The coming 2023/2024 season will be our 50th season. In those 50 years, more than 25,000 boys and girls between the age of 3 and 17 participate in the greatest outdoor league in North America. None of it would be possible without the continuous support of the City of Toronto, Toronto Parks and Recreation, all of the past and present sponsors, and countless hours by the thousands of volunteers.

Braving the Canadian winter, players thrive in an atmosphere of encouragement and fair play. It's a low-key, fun, and safe environment for players and parents to learn to skate, learn hockey, enjoy the sport, and spend time with friends in the outdoors.

Our home rink, located in Swansea's Rennie Park, has been described as a "jewel" in the middle of a big city -- a tie that binds our tightly-knit community together. Overlooking the ice is the David H. Williams Clubhouse which is named after the first president, and one of the founders of the league. The facility is also home to the Swansea Girls Hockey League and the Swansea Figure Skating Association.

We look forward to hearing from you. Feel free to Contact Us.