Game Time: Get Your Sports Fix in Coquitlam
Teammates. Coaches. Aspiring pro athletes. Parents. Sports fans. All are set to descend on Coquitlam in the coming weeks and months for multiple events and tournaments.
From ice skating and gymnastics to ringette, hockey and ball hockey, these events will attract both provincial and national athletes. Round up your friends or family for some lively entertainment and show your support!
Looking for things to do between games? See what the event organizers suggest as their top things to see and do in Coquitlam.
Upcoming sports events
Here is a selection of some of the larger-scale events coming to Coquitlam. You’ll also find more listings on our Events Page.
Coquitlam Skating Club presents Fairy Tales on Ice, March 16, featuring recent medallists and a 2018 Winter Olympian at Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex. Ticketed Event.
Teddy Bear Classic, March 16-18. Teams from all over B.C. will be competing at Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex and Coquitlam Planet Ice. Get the schedule.
BC Hockey Bantam Female Provincial Championships, March 20-24. Six qualified teams from Prince George, Kelowna, South Island, Surrey, Richmond and the Tri-Cities will battle it out at Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex. Championship game Saturday, March 23 at 1:30 p.m.
2019 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships presented by Outland Living, April 12-14 at Pinetree Community Centre. This event showcases our up-and-coming athletes in a fun and exciting event. Learn more!
Pacific Spring Showcase, May 3-5. This hockey event features more than 1,400 players with teams from all over Western North America. Take part in the electric atmosphere at Planet Ice Coquitlam.
Canadian Minor Ball Hockey Junior National Championships, July 25-28. Canadian Ball Hockey Association and West Coast Minor Ball Hockey Association host the 2019 Boys’ U15, U17, U19 Boys and Girls’ U16 and U19 championships at Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex. Get more information about this national event.
Canadian Minor Lacrosse National Championships, Aug. 20-24: For the first time in history, the championships will include all levels of boys and girls youth held together in one event. This includes more than 500 athletes from across Canada. Watch their website for updates.
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