New this Spring SBA House League is expanding to weekday evenings.
|Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati CES, 8 Seasons Drive, Scarborough, ON M1X 1X4 (map)|
|House League Evenings Programs|
|April 2nd – June 11||Tuesdays|
|6:30 pm – 8:00 pm||9 – 10 years old|
boys 3 on 3
|April 17 – June 12||Wednesdays|
|6:30 pm – 8:00 pm||7 – 8 years old|
boys 3 on 3
|April 5 – June 14|
no Apr 19
|6:30 pm – 8:00 pm||11 – 12 years old|
boys 3 on 3
Please note if the program you are trying to register for is closed, this means that it is full.
If your program is sold out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on a waiting list, and we will let you know if a spot opens up. Thank you.
We reserve the right to cancel any program that does not have a minimum number of registrations.
Each program begins with a clinic that introduces and teaches the basic basketball skills. Each player will learn various passing, dribbling, shooting techniques, defensive, footwork & conditioning. Players will have weekly games where all players play. The league play culminates on Championship Day where trophies and awards are presented to all of the league participants.
Each program is designed age appropriate and the SBA’s goal is to promote cooperative play, teamwork, and good sportsmanship. SBA players are taught and coached by skilled basketball instructors.
Programs run for 1 1/2 hours – 45 minutes of skill and drills instruction and a 45 minute game.
Your first program includes a SBA reversible jersey, 5″ X 7″ player photo and awards for all players on the last day of the program.
Balls are not included. The cost for the ball is $10 and can be purchased at the gym on the first day. Cash only.
Programs will begin on the start date unless notified by SBA. All times, dates and locations are subject to change. Please check the website regularly for updates.
SBA is going green. Please only bring a reusable water bottle to the gym. Players will need basketball/gym shoes and shorts.
My son Danville, who has Down Syndrome, had a permanent smile on his face for the first 30 min.
Coach Isaiah was so good with him it truly warmed my heart. He was patient and supportive and was very intuitive when a ball hit Danville and he got very upset. The other children were very inclusive and other parents cheered him on during the game.
I thanked the Coach personally but wanted to let you know as well.
We are new to the area and haven’t had the easiest time finding programs that are accepting and inclusive.
Thank you for welcoming our family.” — Jennifer
At SBA, our coaches are committed to foster a player’s individual development, and empower players to help them reach, and exceed, their personal expectations. SBA coaches teach players the value of responsibility, respect, and the importance of teamwork while always instilling the love of the game.