|Brampton Minor Lacrosse Association|
The Brampton Minor Lacrosse Association (BMLA) is one of the largest minor lacrosse organizations in Canada, offering recreational and representative programs in Box, Field, and Girls' Field Lacrosse to boys and children aged 4 to 21.
Brampton Hockey Inc. has provided hockey opportunities to the youth of Brampton for over 50 years. BHI has programs for players ages 6 and up that extend from learn to play programs to AAA representative teams.
|Brampton Canadettes Girls Hockey Association|
Brampton Canadettes Girls Hockey Association has provided a great hockey experience for more than 40 years. This organization is also the proud host of the World's Largest Girls Hockey Tournament, which is held annually over the Easter holiday weekend at all Brampton arenas. The Brampton Canadettes offer house league and representative programs for girls ages 6 and up.
|Brampton Minor Baseball Inc.|
Brampton Minor Baseball Inc. (BMBI) has been operating for more than 50 years, and has one of the largest and most successful house league programs in Canada. BMBI offers excellent house league, all-star and representative programs for players 6 years and up.
|Brampton Girls Softball Association|
Brampton Girls Softball Association (BGSA) has been in operation since 1969 and provides competitive softball for hundreds of girls and young women in Brampton. BGSA offers fuselage, select and representative programs that meet various levels of competitive play.
|Bramalea Boys Softball Association|
Bramalea Boys Softball Association offers a variety of softball levels for ages 6 and up. House league and representative programs available.
|Brampton East Soccer Club|
Brampton East Soccer Club provides an opportunity for the residents of Brampton to play soccer year round in the east end of the city. Recreational and competitive levels are available.
|Brams United Girls Soccer Club|
Brams United Girls Soccer Club offers quality indoor and outdoor programs from entry level to
competitive play. The club is continually committed to a high standard of personal development.
|Brampton Youth Soccer Club|
Brampton Youth Soccer Club provides an opportunity for the residents of Brampton to play soccer all year in the city’s west end. Recreational and competitive levels are available.
|Brampton Minor Football Association|
Brampton Minor Football Association (BMFA) offers a variety of programs that accommodate all levels of skill and competitive play. BMFA promotes the development of team rules, social skills and physical fitness.
|Brampton Youth Volleyball|
Brampton Youth Volleyball offers a variety of indoor and outdoor programs in a non-competitive setting. The league provides youth with skill development opportunities as well as game situations. Youth co-ed programs are available for all skill levels.
|Brampton Minor Basketball Association|
Brampton Minor Basketball Association has provided youth ages 6-18 an opportunity to enjoy the game of basketball for more than 25 years. BMBA welcomes all levels of play, and emphasizes fair play, respect and community service.
The Brampton Ontario Speed Skating Club was established in 1985. It is a non-profit volunteer organization devoted to the training and development of new, competitive and recreational short track speed skaters of all ages and abilities.
|Skate Canada Brampton - Chinguacousy|
Skate Canada Brampton - Chinguacousy operates year-round, and offers a wide variety of figure skating programs for boys and girls, including training from beginner to competitive levels.
|The Brampton Track Club|
The Brampton Track Club is a community based non-profit organization that has served Brampton since 1970. The club is affiliated with the Ontario Track Association and Athletics Canada. Athletes train in the various disciplines of the sport, including sprints, hurdles, and long jump.
|COBRA Swim Club|
COBRA Swim Club offers a variety of programs for swimmers of all ages and capabilities. Boys and girls can begin at the introductory/entry level and work their way through to Olympic calibre programs.
|Tora Martial Arts Inc.|
Tora Martial Arts Inc. has been serving the City of Brampton for more than 30 years. Dedicated to providing excellence in martial arts to boys and girls at the lowest possible cost. Tora offers Aikido, Judo and Karate at the Terry Miller Recreation Centre on 3,000-square-foot mat space.
|Bramalea Boxing Club|
Bramalea Boxing Club offers recreational or competitive programs for boys and girls through its certified coaches. Boxercise programs are also available.
|Brampton Minor Ball Hockey|
Brampton Minor Ball Hockey offers recreational house league programs for boys and girls ages 6 to 17. The 12-week program includes 9 regular season games plus playoffs. Cost includes team jersey, shorts and firstname.lastname@example.org
|Brampton Racers Track Club|
Brampton Racers Club is a growing community based track and field club. They provide a friendly, competitive, team-oriented environment to those who would like to compete at the local and regional levels track and field and cross country.
Young Dragons Taekwondo is a martial art originating in Korea. An amalgamation of Chinese, Japanese and traditional Korean fighting styles, Taekwondo has become the world’s most commonly practiced martial art, and is the national sport of Korea as well as an Olympic sporting event. Young Dragons Tae Kwon Do classes are fun and challenging. Students improve their physical fitness, mental focus and character development. Programs are designed to meet individual needs and interests at every age and fitness level.
The five principles we strive for are; courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control, and indomitable spirit. Our professional instructors are committed to ensuring that all students reach their full potential in Taekwondo and in life. We operate out of Terry Miller Recreation Centre and Cassie Campbell Community Centre.