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Info for Teams

Tournament Dates:

EVENT #1: April 20-22, 2023

  • 4v4 Boys/Co-Ed
  • 6v6 Boys
  • TLS Girls
  • 15U Girls
  • 15U Boys
  • 18U Girls
  • 18U Boys

EVENT #2: April 23-25 , 2023

  • 4V4 Girls
  • 6V6 Girls
  • TLS Boys
  • 16U Girls
  • 16U Boys
  • 17U Girls
  • 17U Boys


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.



Each team must play within its own playing area. The area beyond the edge of the sport court is a designated as a no playing zone. Therefore, the last point of contact prior to contact with the ball must be on the sport court. The player must always play the ball on the sport court.


  • One foot on the sport court and one foot on the cement while playing the ball = play is whistled dead;
  • Jump in the air off the sport court, play the ball, and land fully off the sport court = play is whistled dead;
  • leave the playing surface and step on a chair and play the ball = play is whistled dead
  • Play the ball on the sport court, momentum of athlete carries them off the court = play continues;  

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: More information regarding the warm up protocols at Enercare Centre for 2023 Ontario Championships will be available closer to the date.


Enercare Centre: 

Get ready for a Vendor Hall experience like no other at 2023 Ontario Championships! Tons of fun games available for attendees to participate in while away from the courts, along with everyone's favourite merch providers and vendors! The vendor hall will be located in Hall G, above the playing courts. 


  1. Noise makers - The use of any type of noise makers (cowbells, air horns, drums, whistles, etc) is prohibited. Spectators will be asked to refrain from using these devices. If they continue to use them, they will be confiscated.
  2. Photography - Only authorized photographers employed by the OVA for Ontario Championships are allowed on the playing area, sport court or stand between courts due to liability reasons. Parents and/or spectators are not allowed to be on the playing area, on the sport court or standing between the courts to take photographs. If they are found to be in violation of this rule, they will be asked to leave immediately. If parents/spectators disregard this rule multiple times, they will be asked to leave the venue by OVA Staff, Facility staff, the Head Official, Area Supervisors or the working referees.
  3. Tripod and cell phone use:  The use of cell phones and other devices is permitted when collecting data for a team. No use of personal devices permitted in areas that are clearly marked by Venue and OVA staff (i.e near equipment crates, inside hockey benches. etc.)
  4. Cameras & Tablet use for filming: Teams are permitted to record matches throughout the tournament, however, please note: 
  • Tripods are not permitted on the sport court
  • Cameras on tripods cannot be left unattended
  • OVA is not responsible for any damage to the camera or related equipment
  • OVA reserves the right to restrict/deny the filming of any matches for safety/any other reasons

Please browse the following links to discover important information for players, coaches and teams participating in Ontario Championships.