Registration 2020-2021 (Flamborough Hockey Association)

PrintRegistration 2020-2021

Program Information / COVID Protocols    **Registration is CLOSED**

The FHA is pleased to announce its programming for the coming season.  Hockey here and everywhere in Ontario will see changes to our sport and a departure from “Traditional Hockey” programming.  Under the auspice and regulations of Hockey Canada, OHF, OMHA, Public Health Unit (PHU) and the City of Hamilton the details of our programming are highlighted below.   The programming will be subject to change to respond to changes of Public Health and the City of Hamilton if the COVID-19 pandemic environment changes.  The OHF Return to Play has a specific program that member associations are required to follow to protect the health and welfare of players and communities.  Click: OHF Return to Play Framework (Full Stage 3)

The FHA board thanks you for your participation in our SURVEY as it was crucial to our seasonal planning.




  • Skills and Drills Development October 1 – November 30, 2020 (FHA Certified Coaches and Hockey Canada Certified Instructors) Mixed or Tiered (Skill Based) HL/REP players based on age up to 10 players per team, (1-2) 50-minute sessions weekly*
  • 3on3 Bubble League Play (providing moving to Stage 3(c),) December 1, 2020 – March 31, 2020, Mixed or Tiered (Skill Based) teams of up to 10 players to play in age/division bubble, (1-2) 50-minute games weekly**
  • Division Times are TBA currently. Day/Times will be finalized when registration numbers are confirmed. Under-5 (U7(1)) and Under-6 (U7(2)) sessions will likely be on weekends.
  • Play will be at Harry Howell Arena, Waterdown, more rinks may be added by the City of Hamilton, based on need.

General City of Hamilton/Public Health/Hockey Canada and OHF COVID-19 Precautions



* Under-5 (U7(1)) and Under-6 (U7(2)) will have (1) 50-minute session weekly with FHA Certified Coaches and or Certified Hockey Canada Instructors.

**Teams of up to 10 players and divisions will be based on development level as of last season, potentially separate HL division and REP divisions (Majors and Minors together)-dependent on number of registrations, games will be officiated by a Referee.  


(Wait list will apply after the 15th)

  • ALL registered players register a second time through the Hockey Canada System to pay the 3rd payment Dec 1 as the amount is TBD. More information to be provided.  **This last payment will be pushed until hockey resumes in Hamilton and the amount will be based on program/ice times offered.
  • Goalie registrations are limited and are first come first serve.  Goalie spots will be dependent on registration numbers and the number of teams we are able to offer per division.
  • Registration Eligibility: Registration is open for FHA members, or HOUSE LEAGUE, NRP from another centre if the player was registered in the FHA in the 2019-2020 season.
  • DMHA REP players who played FDREP under the Shared Boundary Pilot are not eligible.  Those players were rostered to Dundas-Flamborough-not FHA and MUST return to their original home centre as per OMHA/OHF rules.
  • Registrations will be deleted if player is ineligible to play in Flamborough according to the above stipulations. If your home center does not ice a program in your age group, please email the FHA Registrar directly at [email protected].



Payment Plans available online- you will see the installment options during the checkout process.

Financial Assistance is also available through Jumpstart or Kidsport. Families should only apply to ONE not both. To learn more about these programs, please click on the link below:

Canadian Tire Jumpstart


Hamilton Recreation Fee Assistance Program


Acceptance Policy

A player member is current when he or she has completed the registration process, including but not limited to, having executed the FHA waiver and fulfilled all their payment obligations. A player member shall not be permitted to participate in any FHA hockey program if he or she is not current, thereby has not completed the registration process.

Refund Policy

The board will consider additional refund relief requests due to extraordinary circumstances. Please make requests to the Registrar. Board will make final determination. First time hockey registrants will be granted latitude.

Privacy Policy

The Flamborough Hockey Association abides by all privacy laws in Canada and does not share its membership information with any third party.

Parent Respect in Sport

As per OMHA policy, One parent must complete the Parent Respect In Sport (RIS) Program prior to your child/children being rostered to a team – please see thegeneral information tabfor more information. If you did the course in a previous season you DO NOT need to do it again.

Online Registration Instructions

 Online Registration is closed

Payment Options and Online Payment Security

Online Credit Card Payment (MasterCard, Visa and prepaid Visa Only)
Using online credit card payment is absolutely safe. Hockey Canada secures your personal information from any unauthorized use. We secure your personal information such as names and phone numbers by protecting it through the use of the industry standard 128-bit encryption using Secure Socket Layer protocol. At no time does Hockey Canada store your credit card number. *** The following will be displayed on your credit card statement: Flamborough Hockey Association


 Any questions with registration please contact the Registrar at 
[email protected] and provide your player's full name,
birth date and home address.


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