How to Register
Registration for the 2023/2024 season will open in May 2024.
NEW: All U13 players (both community players and players trying out for the U13AA teams) will register with the Edmonton Female Hockey Alliance for the 2023/2024 season. Details will be available on hockeyedmonton.ca when they become available.
U9 and U11 players: new this season, U9 and U11 players will have the opportunity to tryout for the U9 Tier 1 and U11 Tier 1 teams hosted by the Edmonton Female Hockey Alliance. See below for registration details.
Registration Process - Players Returning to EGHA
Online Registration: EGHA 2023-2024 Registration
EGHA is now using RAMP for registrations. Visit Registration Fees and Dates for more information about Registration Fees, installments, payment methods and assistance.
Registration Process - Players who are new to EGHA, but played with a different association last season or who are new to hockey (have never played before):
Online Registration: EGHA 2023-2024 Registration
Please submit the following documents to email@example.com:
Registration will not be accepted without supporting documentation. You are required to ensure that your Respect in Sport Parent program is up to date before your player can participate in any EGHA (or Hockey Alberta) activities. Please check your certificate to ensure it is valid.
Registration Process - Players who live outside of Edmonton, but do not have a female team to play with (Imports):
Online Registration: NOT AVAILABLE (preliminary documents required)
Please obtain a signed Player Movement form from your home association and submit it, along with the below documents, to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Proof of Residency (copy of a utility bill)
- Completed Player Movement Form (This form must be completed at the beginning of EVERY season your player is requesting to play with EGHA)
- A valid Respect in Sport Parent certificate (must be re-certified every four years)
Registration will not be accepted without supporting documentation.
Registration Process - Players who wish to try out for EFHA U9 Tier 1 and U11 Tier 1, EFAC U15AA and U18AA or Junior Oilers U18AAA:
- For U9 and U11 players, there will be a two-step registration process if your player will be trying out for the Tier 1 teams:
- First, register for the season with EGHA
- Second, a tryout registration will be completed with Edmonton Female Hockey Alliance. Visit www.hockeyedmonton.ca to register for this tryout (starting June 1)
- Players who are unsuccessful in the U9 or U11 Tier 1 tryouts will return to EGHA to start the evaluation process for team formation
- Players who are successful in the U9 or U11 Tier 1 tryouts will have their registration transferred to EFHA. EFHA will work with families to collect payment for any differences in registration fees
- For U13 AA, please register with Edmonton Female Hockey Alliance. Visit hockeyedmonton.ca to register (starting June 1)
- For U15 AA and U18 AA, register with Edmonton Female Athletic Club. Visit efacpandas.ca to register (registration date TBD)
- For U18AAA, register with Hockey Edmonton (junioroilers.ca). Boundaries are open for AAA tryouts, so please check the Hockey Alberta website for more information on AAA teams.
Players who live in Edmonton at the elite level must register with Edmonton Female Athletic Club (EFAC) or Edmonton Female Hockey Alliance (EFHA). Players at the AAA level may declare which club(s) they would like to try out for.
If you are trying out at the U18AAA, U18AA or U15AA levels, please do not register with EGHA. Registration with EGHA is completed only if you are released from your tryout. Instructions are on our webpage at How to Register with EGHA after a Tryout Release.
As a parent, you will be required to volunteer for various positions throughout the season. Please review the EGHA Volunteer Program for information.
Please visit the Hockey Edmonton website for boundary and residency requirements.
Respect in Sport - Parent Course
Respect in Sport - Parent is mandatory for all players. In order to register your child for hockey, you must complete the Respect in Sport - Parent online course.
Important things to know:
- You must recertify every four (4) years (parents, coaches, bench staff, everyone)
- If you formerly completed the course and will be registering a child for hockey that has never participated in hockey before, you will be required to sign-in to the Respect in Sport website and add your child. This cannot be done by the EGHA and is the only way your child's Hockey Canada profile will be updated with the Respect in Sport - Parent qualification.
- If you completed this program in the past for another sport, you need to contact the Respect in Sport representatives to have the qualification transferred to Hockey Canada.
- Respect in Sport - Parent and Respect in Sport - Activity Leader are not interchangeable.
- The Parent course attaches to the player's Hockey Canada profile and is required for player registration.
- The Activity Leader course is required for all bench staff and cannot be used for a player's registration.
Between February 21 and April 30, Canadians can access the Respect Group programs at no cost. Visit Access Respect Group programs at no cost for more information.
Play with a Friend Requests
EGHA does consider play with a friend requests. To request to play with a friend, please note which player you would like to play with at the time of registration. If you need to request to play with a friend after your registration has been completed, please email email@example.com.
Please note the following criteria for play with a friend requests:
- ONE friendship request is allowed per player.
- Play with a friend requests must be reciprocal, meaning that in order for EGHA to consider the request, both friends need to submit a play with a friend request naming the other friend.
- Requests will only be considered when friends evaluate in the same tier.
- Requests are considered and are not guaranteed.
- Requests received after the final evaluation skate will not be considered.
Updated May 12, 2023