Do you have questions about sports in the community? Check out the information below where you can learn more about how to become involved in sport along with great resources to assist you in your sport experiences and ways to participate in sporting events in the community.

Community Sport Organizations

Are you interested in participating in sport? Aurora has a lot to offer through local sport organizations who host programs for every interest and skill level. Want to try a sport for the first time, build on current skills or try out for a team, reach out to one of the local sport organizations listed below.

Many of the local sport organizations are volunteer driven with opportunities to get involved as coaches, managers, board members, event organizations and much more.

Please visit the websites below to learn more about each organization and how to get involved.

 

Artistic Swimming

Ball Hockey

Baseball / Softball / Slo-Pitch

Basketball

Baton Twirling

Curling

Football

Gymnastics

Hockey

Lacrosse

Lawn Bowling

Martial Arts

Multi-Sport

Rugby

Skating

Soccer

Swimming

Tennis

Volleyball

Financial Support for Sport Programs in Aurora

The following provides a list of possible financial subsidy programs for participation in sport programs. To find out which sport organizations have subsidy programs and who to contact please contact Erin Hamilton, Sport & Community Development Specialist at 905-727-3123 ext. 3135.

 

Jumpstart Individual Child Grants
  • Meet Revenue Canada’s Low-Income Cut-Off
  • Children between 4 to 18 years old
  • Up to $300 per activity
  • Provide one of the following:
    • income assessment
    • T4 statement
    • Three consecutive pay stubs
  • Full program application details can be found on the website above
Sport Aurora All Kids Can Play Program
  • Meet Revenue Canada’s Low-Income Cut-Off
  • Children between 4 to 18 years old
  • 50% of fees up to $300 per application
  • Families must provide their individual Tax Assessment forms
  • Full program application details can be found on the website above

Resources in Sport

  • Sport for Life – has an aim to create a future in which absolutely everyone has access to quality sport and physical literacy experiences. Visit the Sport for Life website for parent resources as well as information on specific to newcomers, women and girls, athletes with a disability and much more. 
  • Rowan’s Law: Concussion Safety. Learn how to prevent, identify and manage concussions. Visit the Government of Ontario website for more information about concussion safety.