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Location

Schedules

Hockey Night in Cambridge is an organized, recreational hockey development program for boys and girls grades 1 – 8 with a focus on fair play, faith and fun.  Each night includes a time of drills and a scrimmage. Hockey is played at the Cambridge Centre on Saturday evenings.

To learn more visit our FAQs.
To register, click here.

FAQ

Who is Onside Athletics?

Onside Athletics is a not-for-profit that is committed to connecting churches and communities through sport by introducing all participants to the transforming power of Jesus Christ while providing the best sporting experience for every family.

What is SIPlay?

SIPlay is an online league management and player registration platform. Find your receipt, player profile, team profile and other league information.  To make an account click here.  Download the SIPlay App Today!

Where does HNIC take place?

All practices and scrimmages take place at the Cambridge Centre (355 Hespeler Road).

When does HNIC take place?

HNIC takes place on Saturday evenings from 5:40PM – 7:40PM.  To view the 2018-2019 schedule click here.

Who can play?

HNIC is for boys and girls, grades 1 – 8 (as of September 2018) who want to learn the game of hockey. All players must know how to skate.

Who runs HNIC?

HNIC is a ministry of Onside Athletics. HNIC is run by volunteer parents and coaches.

How do I register?

To register for Hockey Night in Cambridge, click here.

What do I need to provide?

All players must provide and wear appropriate ice hockey equipment. We do provide used equipment to those who need it. Contact us at info@onsideathletics.ca for more information.

Is financial assistance available?

Financial assistance can be provided. Please contact us at info@onsideathletics.ca for more information.

What is HNIC?

Hockey Night in Cambridge is a Christian ice hockey development program emphasizing fun, fitness, integrity and sportsmanship.

Summer Camp

Locations

Our summer camps are developed with your family in mind. Our camps are aimed at providing your family with excellent summer programming at an affordable rate. Our camps are co-ed and are offered for children grades 1 to 6. On each day your child can expect a morning of sports, a healthy snack, a team talk, and an afternoon that may include off-site trips and camp activities. Each week will end with your child experiencing an offsite trip for the entire day. We provide a 6 to 1 camper to staff ratio and our leaders are trained to provide your child with a fun and safe experience.

FAQ

Can I sign my child up for more than one week of camp?

Yes. There is no limit to the number of camps you can register your child for.

What is the camper to staff ratio?

We strive for a 1 to 6, leader to camper ratio for our Tyke and Junior Camps and a 1 to 8, leader to camper ratio for our Intermediate Camps.

Will my child be playing with and against children of the same age?

Each camp is divided into two divisions, a younger division and an older division. Your child will play with and against children the same age.

What time does camp start and end? And do you provide extended care?

Each camp will begin at 9AM and end at 4PM. Before care will begin at 8AM and after care will run until 5PM.

How much does Onside Soccer camp cost? Do you provide financial assistance/bursaries?

Each week of camp ranges from $120.00 to $160.00. Extended care, before or/and after care, is $6.00/day. We work with local community organizations that provide funding and bursaries to families in need. Contact us at info@onsidesports.ca for more information.

What will a typical week of camp involve?

On each day your child can expect a morning of sports, a healthy snack, a team talk, and an afternoon that may include off site trips (e.g. local splash pad, Conservation area) and camp activities. Each week will end with your child experiencing an offsite trip for the entire day.

What are the “team talks”?

At Onside we want your child to learn more than how to play a specific sport. After each game your child’s team will participate in a “Team-Talk”. The “Team-Talk” emphasizes character development taught from a Christian perspective.

Who runs Onside summer camps?

Guelph summer camps are a joint initiative between four local churches (Calvary Baptist Church, Church of the City, Crestwicke Baptist Church and Kortright Presbyterian Church).

How will children be transported to offsite trips?

Campers and staff will be transported by bus to off site trips.

What will my child receive?

Your child will receive an excellent week of either camp, daily trips/activities and an Onside Summer Camp T-Shirt.

Do you have life guards for off-site trips involving swimming?

The safety of your child is our first priority. At any swimming trip we ensure that qualified lifeguards are present.

What will my child need to bring to camp?

Along with any appropriate sports equipment, each camper will need to bring outdoor running shoes, sun screen, hat, and water bottle.

Our soccer leagues are fun, co-ed, and recreational. Families can relax while their children play at one location on one night of the week. Our seasons run from the end of May to the end of July. Each child will receive a jersey, socks, end-of-year award and a set of individual personalized soccer cards. Our leagues are open to new and experienced players alike. Each league is sponsored by a local church within your community. Our volunteer coaching team pursues excellence in soccer, and in life, and looks forward to working with your child this summer.

FAQ

What is the league fee?

Registration for our TYKE Division (JK/SK) is $75.00. Registration for our NOVICE, ATOM, BANTAM divisions are $95.00 for a family’s first child. Any children (in Novice, Atom, or Bantam) from the same family will receive $10.00 off per registration.

What does a typical game day look like?

Each night will begin with a time of practicing and skill development, followed by a game. At each half-time your child will have a snack and receive a team talk, from their coach.

What are “Team-Talks”?

At Onside we want your child to learn more than how to play a specific sport. After each game your child’s team will participate in a “Team-Talk”. The “Team-Talk” emphasizes character development taught from a Christian perspective.

Who are the coaches and volunteers?

Each league is sponsored by a local church that provides many of our league volunteers. Each church is committed to serving their community by providing an affordable and enjoyable experience to your family.

What equipment does my child need?

Your child will need soccer cleats, shin pads, shorts and a water bottle.

Do you provide financial assistance/bursaries?

We work with local community organizations that provide funding and bursaries to families in need. Contact us at info@onsideathletics.ca for more information.

What does my child receive?

Each child will receive a team jersey and socks, an end-of-season-award, and personalized soccer cards.