2023-24 Registration Information
Registration for the 2023-24 ringette season opened on June 1.
The ringette season runs from late September to late March for most teams. (Tryouts and evaluations for some teams run from mid-August through September). All registered players will receive specific dates and locations by email a week or two before.
Please read this page before you register. When you’re ready, click Register. If you have questions, email the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: If you have any problems with registration using a phone or tablet, please try again on a laptop or desktop computer.
Children’s Ringette is divided into three stages (FUNdamentals 1, 2, and 3; also known as, FUN 1, FUN 2, and FUN 3) based on experience and skill level. If you’re new to ringette, or you don’t have a report card from last season, see Children’s Ringette to find out which stage to register your child in.
Regina Ringette also offers a program called Learn to Play (LTP) for children ages 4 to 8 (2015 to 2019 birth years) with little or no skating experience. See Children’s Ringette for more details.
New Players & LTPAll Divisions
- New to ringette? The registration fee for Learn to Play (LTP) and new players in any division (FUN 1 to U19) is only $285! (the regular rate is reduced during registration)
- Team fees and travel expenses are extra (see Additional costs below)
- Please create (or log into) a Teamlinkt account using the name and email address of the PARENT or GUARDIAN; then, add the player as a family member and register the player
Returning PlayersFUN 1 and FUN 2
- After July 31, the registration fee is $410
- Birth years: FUNdamentals 1 and 2 (2014 to 2018)
- Team fees are extra (see Additional costs below)
- You may have travel expenses to attend a Children’s Jamboree within Saskatchewan
Returning PlayersFUN 3 to U19
- After July 31, the registration fee is $550
- Birth years: FUNdamentals 3 (2013 to 2016), U12 (2012, 2013), U14 (2010, 2011), U16 (2008, 2009), U19 (2005 to 2007)
- Team fees and travel expenses are extra (see Additional costs below)
- Tryout fees are extra (see Additional costs below)
- Goalies in U12 and up may be eligible for the Goalie Promo (see Promotions below)
Open (18+) Spare Players
Registration fees do not include team fees or your travel expenses.
Team fees are collected by your team for practice ice time and other expenses. Individual team fees for the season are typically around $150 to $300 in FUN 1 and 2, and $500 to $800 in FUN 3 and up. For more information about team fees, see Team Budgets in the Regina Ringette Association League Rules (U8 is now FUNdamentals 1 and 2; U10 is now FUNdamentals 3).
Most teams travel to Saskatoon, Alberta, or Manitoba for one or more ringette tournaments during the season. The number of tournaments a team attends depends on the age group and competitive level.
Tip: New players will also need to get ringette equipment, including a practice jersey, before the first ice time (late September or early October). See Full Equipment Required. For used items, check Equipment for Sale and any other local online marketplace.
Learn to Play and all youth teams receive league-owned jerseys to wear for the season.
High performance tryouts:
- A non-refundable $50 fee applies for players in U12 to U19 who register for A and/or AA tryouts
- Athletes who try out for a high-performance team in Regina are guaranteed at least 1 scrimmage in the tryout process
- There’s a separate registration form for tryouts
- You must register and pay for tryouts before the tryout registration deadline (see Deadlines below)
League registration and payment deadlines:
Fees are due upon registration.
New and returning players must pay league registration fees in full before their first RRA ice time (evaluation or tryout). See Payment options below for more information about paying fees.
Exception: BPRA athletes trying out for RRA high performance teams:
- You must pay the tryout fee before tryouts
- You don’t have to pay the league registration fee before tryouts
- If selected for an RRA team, you must register with RRA and pay the registration fee in full before your team’s first ice time (the early-bird rate will apply)
To get the early-bird rate (listed above under Registration fees), returning players in all divisions (except Open) must register and pay in full by midnight July 31. After July 31, the registration fee is $50 higher.
- Regina U14 athletes trying out for the BPRA U14AA team will be allowed to pay the early-bird rate if they register with RRA and pay in full before U14A tryouts begin
- BPRA athletes selected for Regina high-performance teams will be allowed to pay the early-bird rate after tryouts if they register with RRA and pay in full before the team’s first ice time
Open teams must register and pay their team fee, performance bond, and equipment deposit (if applicable) by midnight August 31.
- See Open Team Registration Policy for more information
- Open spares may register on the spare list at any time
Athletes who wish to try out for a high performance (AA or A) team must register and pay for tryouts no later than one week before the first tryout session. See dates below.
- Returning RRA athletes must also register in their division with RRA and pay the league registration fee in full before their first tryout session
- BPRA athletes can wait until they receive tryout selection results before registering with RRA
- See exception under Deadlines/All players, above
Tryout registration deadlines:
Ringette ice times may be any day of the week. Games are often on a regular game day, such as Tuesdays or Saturdays, but may change from week to week.
FUNdamentals 1 and 2 teams have 1 or 2 ice times per week. Most ice times are during the week. For more information, see Children’s Ringette.
All teams from FUNdamentals 3 to U19 have 20 regular-season games (10 from mid October to Christmas and 10 from January to early March). It’s about 1 game per week. Each team also has playoff or exhibition games in March. (Tournament games are extra and depend on the team budget and performance.)
Recreational teams from FUNdamentals 3 to U19 usually have 1 practice per week. There may be some weeks when they don’t have practice due to limited ice availability, such as during the Western Canadian Agribition or Regina tournament weekends.
High performance (A/AA) teams in U12 to U19 usually have 2 practices per week. These teams collect larger team fees from participants to pay for more practice ice time.
When you refer a new player who registers in any division up to U14, you’ll get a $50 e-voucher. The new player must enter your name in the referral field when they register for the season. Sibling referrals are not eligible for this promotion. You can apply the voucher toward your next registration fee or team fees.
New goalies (U12 and up) will get an e-voucher for 50% of their registration fee when they complete the season as a full-time goalie. (Players who took turns as a goalie in Children’s Ringette are not considered a goalie until they enter U12.)
Full-time goalies in U12 to U19 will get an e-voucher for 100% of their registration fee for the following season. Goalies moving to the Open division are not eligible to receive this voucher.
Full payment is due upon registration. Returning players who have not paid their registration fee in full by midnight July 31 will owe the regular rate ($50 higher than the early bird rate).
Forms of payment we accept: Credit card, e-transfer, cheque, RRA bingo vouchers, RRA e-vouchers (such as Bring A Friend and Goalie Promo), and other funding such as KidSport.
During registration, at the top of the Payment screen , choose your Payment Method:
- Pay Now with Credit Card (Powered by Stripe) or
- Pay with Cheque, Transfer, etc. for everything else
Pay your full registration fee by credit card.
Pay your full registration fee by e-transfer.
Pay your full registration fee by cheque to Regina Ringette Association.
Pay some (or all) of your registration fee with RRA vouchers (such as Bingo, Bring A Friend, and Goalie Promo) and pay the rest of your fee by e-transfer or cheque (using the steps above).
To use vouchers for payment:
We accept payment from organizations such as KidSport and Jumpstart.
This page is not a complete list of our policies. See Regina Ringette Playing Rules and much more on the Rules & Policies page.
Note: Email address for new players
To receive important league information and invoices, please enter your primary (parent) email address in the FIRST email field when creating a TeamLinkt account or adding a family member.
During registration in TeamLinkt, under Create an Account OR under Participant Info > Add a Family Member, enter the email address of the person who pays the registration fees. (In youth ringette, this should not be the child’s email address.)
Please don’t leave this field blank (even if it says it’s optional). Thanks!
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