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City launching basketball and ultimate Frisbee adult leagues at Save Max Sports Centre


​BRAMPTON, ON (July 22, 2022) – Calling all Brampton sports enthusiasts! The City of Brampton is launching adult sports leagues at Save Max Sports Centre.

This fall, residents 18 and over can register to play basketball and ultimate Frisbee. Individuals can join the league as part of an already assembled team or individually as free agents. All games will be played at Save Max Sports Centre at Dixie Road and Sandalwood Parkway in Brampton.

Basketball 
The fall league will run from September 21 to December 14 with registration opening on August 1. The suggested team roster is nine to 12 players. All registered players will receive a reversible jersey for “home” and “away” games. All gameplay is officiated by Ontario Association of Basketball Officials.

Ultimate Frisbee 
The fall league will run from October 13 to December 15 with registration opening on August 1. The suggested team roster is nine to 11 players. Games are not officiated. All registered players will receive a reversible jersey for “home” and “away” games.

Learn more at www.brampton.ca/sportsleague.

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“Brampton is a Healthy and Safe City, and we are always striving to find new ways to help keep our residents healthy and active. This fall, join one of our new adult sports leagues at Save Max Sports Centre. Not only will basketball and ultimate Frisbee help with fitness, but you’ll have fun, too!”
- Patrick Brown, Mayor, City of Brampton

“Fun and fitness don’t have to end when the weather turns cool! Brampton residents 18 and over can register for our new fall basketball and ultimate Frisbee sports leagues at Save Max Sports Centre beginning in August. Meet new people, be active and have fun!”
- Rowena Santos, Regional Councillor, Wards 1 & 5; Chair, Community Services, City of Brampton

“City staff are dedicated to providing new, fun and exciting recreation opportunities for all our residents to enjoy. Bramptonians 18 and over are invited to register for our new adult sports leagues at Save Max Sports Centre, and can stay tuned for new leagues to be announced for winter.”

- Paul Morrison, Interim Chief Administrative Officer, City of Brampton


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