Basketball Details


Anyone 18 years old and over can play. If you don’t have a full slo-pitch team, the Winnipeg Rec League will
put individuals and small groups together to form a slo-pitch team. Registration is on a first come first serve 
basis and to hold your spot registration fees must be paid in full.


League Details

Start Date


Fall League: October - December

Winter League: Jan - March

Spring - Apr - June

Game Times


Range from 6:00pm and 11:00pm

Game Days


Monday Nights (5x5 only)
Tuesday Nights (3x3 only)
Thursday Nights (3x3 only)
*Nights offered may change without notice basd on facility and team availability*



Gym locations will vary throughout the city

Team Size


3 players on the court at once with atleast one being female (3x3)
5 players on the court at once with atleast 2 being female (5x5)

Roster size is unlimited but the WRL recommends 6-7 players for 3x3 league and 10 - 12 players for the 5x5 league.

Registration Fee

 Regular Registration Begins
Spring Indoor March 6
Spring  Outdoor March 16
Summer - June 4
Fall - Sept 1
Winter Dec 9

Individual Fee: $70

3x3 Early Bird Registration Team Fee: 
5x5 Early Bird Registration Team Fee: 

Registration fees increase $50 after the early bird deadline



Schedules will be posted on the website 48hours prior to the first game.



WRL will provide basketballs.

Black soled shoes are not allowed.


Description of Divisions








Teams in this division are new to the sport and likely have never played before. . Players in this division mainly just want to come out and have fun. This is a great division to start in if you have never played before or are not overly athletic.



(Really Rec and Rec Plus divisions are combined in basketball Leagues)


This division is for players who have played before and want to join a league where they can have fun and have a chance to win every game. Average athletes who have played before will enjoy this division as will teams that are continuously finishing in the top half of the rookie division.




If you have played for a few seasons and finished in the top half of the standings in the rec division, then this league is for you. Intermediate teams have a higher level of skill and experience than teams in the rec division. Players in this division have average to above average athletic ability.




Typically teams in this division have played together for several seasons and are looking to play higher caliber opponents. Teams are able to work together and this division has very skilled players. If your team is constantly finishing in the top half of the intermediate division than this is where you should be. Just like all levels, sportsmanship is still very important in this division.


When deciding which division to join, consider the following:

·     All divisions are rec leagues and still have a fun first mentality. Sportsmanship is just as important in all leagues.

·     Depending on the number of teams registered in each division the rec league may need to move a team up or down a division.

·     If your team is comprised of athletic people who have played sports all their lives then you belong in either the intermediate or advanced division.

·     It is not enjoyable to be in a division where level of play is extremely uneven. Therefore it is important to place your team in the appropriate division to ensure you play teams of similar calibre.

If you have played a few seasons in a division and are constantly finishing on top then it is time to move up a level.

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