Ball Hockey GTA (Greater Toronto Area Ball Hockey League) provides various tiers of play. Players can sign up as individuals or as part of a team.
Extreme Toronto Sports Club was started in 2004 by ‘Toronto sports enthusiasts’ who decided they could create a better league than the ones they had played in.
Go West Athletics (formerly West Toronto Sport & Social Club) provides various sports played in the West end of Toronto. In addition, the they also organize events such as volleyball tournaments, triathlons, curling bonspiels and more.
Jsport provides co-ed recreational sports leagues (Floor Hockey, Softball) for young adults. While most players are Jewish between the ages of 20 and 40, all players are welcome to join.
Just 4 Fun Sporting Club runs primarily Men’s and Co-ed ball hockey leagues at their facility near Keele and St. Clair. Teams are 4 on 4 (plus a goalie) with players bringing their own sticks. Goalies can wear full ice hockey goalie equipment. Games run for 55 minutes each with seasons being 14 weeks (12 games plus 2 playoff games).
Toronto Sport and Social Club provides co-ed and single-sex sports for those in their 20s and 30s. Most sports are self-officiated. Games are played south of Steeles, between Victoria Park and Islington. Sports are offered year round.
Toronto Women’s Ball Hockey Association provides ball hockey for women of 14 years of age and up. There are two levels of play: House League and Competitive. Equipment such as a helmet and gloves are required.
York Central Ball Hockey League, a member of the Ontario Ball Hockey Association, promotes “clean and safe” ball hockey in Toronto. The league provides various tiers of play based on skill level and age and has a Women’s league as well. There are also various out of town tournaments.