Find Your Sport
The amateur sport landscape in British Columbia is vibrant and diverse, with numerous opportunities for athletes of all ages and skill levels to participate in a wide range of sports. Ready to elevate your game? Try a new sport!
BC’s network of provincial, local, and community organizations and clubs allows athletes to play individual and team sports — indoors or outdoors — all year.
Participating in sport helps athletes become well-rounded, versatile, and mentally and physically resilient, which benefits them on and off the field.
Playing multiple sports offers numerous advantages. Variety helps prevent overuse injuries from playing the same sport year-round, and it develops balance, agility, coordination, and endurance.
Playing different sports can also help prevent burnout, keep athletes engaged, and promote a lifelong love of physical activity.
Find Your Sport!
Any athletic or recreational activity on ice. They can be played all year, indoors or outdoors. Many ice sports require special equipment and training and can be enjoyed by people of every age and skill level.
Typically enjoyed in winter climate settings such as mountains, glaciers, and ski resorts. Many snow sports require special equipment and training and are enjoyed by people of every age and skill level.
Athletic or recreational activities that takes place on a field or outdoor playing surface. They are typically played on grass, turf, or other natural or synthetic surfaces, and can be enjoyed in parks, schoolyards, and stadiums.
Played with a racquet or paddle and a ball or shuttlecock. These sports require varied skills and techniques and are played individually or in teams. Other than tennis, racquet sports take place primarily indoors.
Combative sports involve physical contact between two competitors and include striking, grappling, throwing, or submission holds. These are indoor sports.
Known as adaptive sports or disability sports, these sports are specifically designed for individuals with disabilities. These sports provide opportunities for people with physical, sensory, or intellectual impairments to participate in recreational and competitive athletic pursuits, individually or in teams.