Floor Hockey Details

Anyone 18 years old and over can play. If you don’t have a full floor hockey team, the Winnipeg Rec League will
put individuals and small groups together to form a floor hockey 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 - April
Spring League: April - June
Summer League: July - Sept
Game Times
Range from 6:00pm and 10:00pm
Sunday Leagues may have afternoon games
Game Days
Monday night - Fall and Winter (3v3 only)
Wednesday nights - Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer (4v4 only)
Thursday nights - Fall and Winter (4v4 only)
Gym locations will vary throughout the city
Team Size
4v4 League
5 players including a goalie and a minimum of 2 females on the floor at once.
Roster size is unlimited butWRL recommends 8-10 players
3v3 League
4 players including a goalie and a minimum of 1 female on the floor at once.
Roser size is unlimited but WRL recommends 7-9 players

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 including GST
4v4 Early Bird Registration Team Fee: $550 Incl GST  
3v3 Early Bird Registration Team Fee: 

Late Registration Team Fee increases by $50

***Teams are no longer charged their default deposit at time of registration.  Teams that default are responsible to contact WRL and pay the $40 default fee prior to their next game.  All games played prior to the deposit being paid will be recorded as loss and playoff games will not be scheduled until the fee is paid.***
Schedules will be posted on the website 48hours prior to the first game.
The Winnipeg Rec League will provide sticks, balls, and a goalie mask. Each player must bring a light and dark coloured shirt.
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 for Floor Hockey Leagues
This division is for players who have played before and want to join a league where they can have fun and 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.
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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