Registration for 2021-2022 is closed
New Registration System.
The links, accounts, and passwords previously used to register will not work with the new system.
Hockey Canada has rolled out a new registration system for 2021-2022.
- FIRST STEP: Every family will need to create themselves a new account with Spordle My Account in the parents name.
- Once a new account is created you can then add/link all your related members/participants to the account. Search players and coaches by name and date of birth to locate and select. When linking a player please select 'Parent' as the relation.
- Once participants have been added to the account you will be able to register for your desired club directly through the Spordle Dashboard or the by clicking Confederation Hockey Online Registration if no longer in Spordle.
Returning Players should register by July 31, 2021 to avoid the $100 Returning Player Late Fee.
Registration is open until September 30, please register as soon as possible to have your player included in September ice times where applicable.
Questions on registration? Please email.
Registration opens in June and continues to September - please register as soon as possible to ensure your player participates in all ice times. A reminder of the Returning Player Late Fee deadline of July 31, 2021.
In order for a registration to be accepted the online registration submission must be completed in full, with any necessary documents, and payment included.
All families must have completed the RIS Parent Course as mandated by Hockey Alberta.
You may only register with Confederation Hockey for regular programming if you reside within the Confederation area of the SWZ (South West Zone) of Edmonton on September 1, 2021.
Returning players will receive registration information by email for online registration. Registrations for returning players must be received by July 31, 2021 to avoid a $100 late registration fee. Players returning from U13 AA Tryouts are not subject to a late registration fee.
New players can ue online registration. Registrations must include a copy of Birth Certificate OR Passport AND a copy of Alberta Health Care Card AND Proof of Residency (recent utility bill in parents names, must be power, water, gas). New Players are not subject to a late registration fee.
Transferring players please contact Registrar. Players transferring from another club are also considered new players and need to provide the same documentation listed above AS WELL AS a Hockey Alberta Parent Declaration form.