EVENT #1: April 20-22, 2023
EVENT #2: April 23-25 , 2023
Registration will open November 21, 2022, and close January 10, 2023.
The Ontario Championships 2023 Team Handbook will consist of all pertinent information for all age groups participating in Ontario Championships at Enercare Centre. The handbook will be posted closer to the date of the event to ensure all information is as accurate as possible.
The playing area includes the playing court and the free zone. Each team must play within its designated playing area.
Sport Court: The area beyond the edge of the sport court is designated as a non-playing zone. Therefore, the last point of contact prior to contact with the ball must be on the sport court and the player must always play the ball on the sport court tile.
Any service action must be initiated with at least one foot in contact with the Sport Court.
These rules are in place to minimize the risk to the athletes.
Enercare Centre: There is one ball free warm up zone for athletes. The location is in Heritage Court. Please refrain from using volleyballs in this space. It is purely for ball-free warmups. Any balls found in use in these spaces will be confiscated.
Please see the venue map for specific locations or follow the large hanging signs.
Any ball play happening off of the court by individuals may result in the ball being confiscated by security or Enercare Centre staff.
Get ready for a Vendor Hall experience like no other at 2023 Ontario Championships! Lots of fun games available for attendees to participate in while away from the courts, Team O athlete testing, along with everyone's favourite merch providers, other vendors and food trucks and a food court! The vendor hall and food court will be located in Hall G, above the playing courts.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL food services at Enercare Centre only accept card payments. NO CASH will be accepted by food trucks, food stations, etc. Please prepare accordingly.
Looking for things to do or places to eat while not at Enercare Centre? Be sure to check out Destination Toronto's list of restaurants and activities around Toronto.
The Athlete Identification Process is used to select athletes for the provincial Team Ontario indoor and beach programs. ALL athletes that registered to be identified for Team Ontario on GMTM need to complete physical testing during Ontario Championships.
The testing booth will be open 10-6pm during the Day 1 and Day 2 of each event (April 20, April 21, April 23, April 24) and will be located in Hall G and the process should take about 10 minutes per athlete.
Physical testing stations:
Please browse the following links to discover important information for players, coaches and teams participating in Ontario Championships.