2019 WOBHC Niagara Event Registration is now open! EVENT INFO!

2019 World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships Niagara Event (Oct 18-20) Registration is now open!

As we continue to collect the deposits for the Barrie event happening in less than 4 weeks, we open up the registration for the Niagara event, which is happening from October 18-20.

This event contains the Men’s D, CoEd, and Over 35 divisions of the WOBHC. Taking place at the Ballhockey.com Athletic Centre located in St. Catharines. This facility has it all, an outdoor rink, an indoor rink, and a Bar Upstairs! Truly is a ballhockey player’s dream spot. The second location is minutes away located at 1944 Welland Canals Parkway featuring a covered rink.

Between your games, or after your games enjoy what Niagara has to offer. Explore the wineries located all around the region, check out the Wayne Gretzky Estates located in Niagara-on-the-Lake! Or spice things up and visit the Fallsview Casino located in Niagara Falls. Billy Rae Cyrus is in town Saturday October 19th at the Fallsview Casino. Niagara has a lot to offer to really make your weekend a great one, or take it easy and relax at the Bar Upstairs and have yourself a cold one, and a BAC Classic Burger!

For more information about the event click HERE

To register your team or if you have any questions, feel free to email Sara at sarak@ballhockey.com

2019 WOBHC Barrie Event is now SOLD OUT!

The 2019 WOBHC Barrie Event is now 100% sold out!

Teams are asked to have their $200 team deposit in by August 31st. Teams that fail to have their deposit in by the 31st of August will not be saved their spot.

The Barrie event may be sold out, but any Men’s D, CoEd, or Over 35 teams interested in our 2019 WOBHC Niagara Event in October can still reserve their spots now by emailing Sara at sarak@ballhockey.com.

2019 World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships Registration is NOW OPEN!

2019 World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships Registration is NOW OPEN, spaces are going fast.

For tournament info/hotel accommodations click here.

Email sarak@ballhockey.com to register your team.

Men’s A and B/C & Women’s A/B
This event will be hosted by the Barrie Ball Hockey Club on September 20-22, 2019 in Barrie, Ontario, Canada.

Men’s Over 35, Co-ed Open & Comp. & Men's D
The Over 35, Coed & Men's D portion of the Championship will be hosted by the Niagara Ball Hockey Club on October 18-20, 2018 in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.

Gateway 2019 Review Hamilton domination


This past weekend, the Niagara Ball Hockey Club hosted its 7th installment of the Gateway to the Worlds event. Teams winning this event earn themselves a paid entry into the 2019 World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships in Barrie, ON this September. This year was by far the largest in terms of the number of teams, featuring a total of 32 teams split evenly between two divisions; Men’s B/C & Men’s D. For the most part, the weather cooperated with us all weekend, with very little rain and some scorching temperatures, rewarding teams who brought a deep bench. In a changing of the guard, which usually features strong performances from teams out of the Niagara region, or Barrie area, this tournament was dominated by Hamilton. Both finals features all teams from Hamilton, in the Outlaws, Haze, Hellfish and Vikings.

Starting with the Men’s B/C Division, we saw a familiar group of teams competing that are regulars in Ballhockey.com events. That list includes the Outlaws, Ducks, Haze & Lightning out of Hamilton; the Maple Kings & Blue Line Bandits out of Barrie; local teams Marvel, Bricksquad, Thunder & Hitmen, as well as the London Turtles & Orillia Rage. Newcomers to the event include a young Niagara North team (Quarter-Final exit), who if they can keep the team core in tact look likely to compete for a long time; the Hollywood Express (Quarter-Final exit); Orange Crush; and the South Side Bears.

Chrissy Morrison, the sultan, scores a shootout winner for Hollywood Express over Barrie Blue Line Bandits early Sunday.

Championship Sunday proved that any of the advancing teams had a legitimate shot at winning, with not a single game having a goal spread of more than two goals. Hollywood Express, Hamilton Ducks, Niagara Bricksquad & Niagara Falls Thunder took early morning wins against Blue Line Bandits, Orange Crush, Niagara Hitmen & Barrie Maplekings respectfully. The quarter-finals truly showed just how much the heat played a role, and how important earning that first-round bye with a top 4 round robin finish really was, with 3/4 teams with byes advancing in Haze, Marvel, Outlaws, with the lone outlier being Bricksquad with a 2-1 victory over Niagara North. Hamilton Haze went on to beat Bricksquad 4-2 in the first semi, and the Outlaws escaped with an overtime victory over Marvel setting up an all-Hamilton final between the top seeded Haze & the third seeded Outlaws. Congratulations to the Outlaws who pulled off a 3-1 victory to earn their spot in the WOBHC Championships with a paid entry. The Haze also earned a spot with a 1/2 paid entry for their incredible tournament run, falling just short in the final.

Hamilton Outlaws, Men’s B/C Champions, Gateway to the World Outdoor Ball Hockey Champions

Hamilton Outlaws, Men’s B/C Champions, Gateway to the World Outdoor Ball Hockey Champions

The Men’s D division is a relatively new concept to the Ballhockey.com events, with this Gateway Tournament having been the third offering of this division. Keeping pace with the Hamilton teams in the Men’s B/C division, the four Hamilton teams in Men’s D did not disappoint, with the Hellfish, Steel City Vikings, Knights, and Hawks all advancing to Sunday. Rounding out the field of teams for Sunday were the Ninja Turtles & Bucks, both of London, the Oshawa Northstars, Pickering Fresh Meat, and a handful of local teams in the Silverbacks, Flying Raccoons, Lions & Welland Rebels. The elimination games Sunday morning had no surprises with the only upset being that of the 9th seed North Stars taking out the 8th seed Welland Rebels. 5th seed Hamilton Knights defeated the 12th seed Hamilton Hawks 5-0; Niagara Flying Raccoon beat Pickering Fresh Meat 1-0; and the London Bucks edged the Niagara Lions 2-1 all to advance to the quarter-finals.

The quarter-finals matchups saw the well rested Hellfish, who hadn’t played since Saturday at 2pm, take out the Oshawa North Stars 4-2. Steel City Vikings, another well-rested team not playing since 6pm the night before defeated the London Bucks 3-0. The Flying Raccoons upset the Silverbacks in a Niagara matchup 5-2. Rounding out the quarter-finals, the Hamilton Knights, who were the early tournament favourites beat the London Ninja Turtles 8-4. Much like the Men’s B/C division, this left the field dominated by Hamilton teams with 3/4 remaining teams being from that area.

Both semi-final games were incredibly close coming right down to the wire. The Steel City Vikings were able to edge out the Hamilton Knights 2-1. In the other semi, the Hamilton Hellfish scored with just over 1 second left in the game to edge the Flying Raccoons 4-3. The Hellfish would go on the beat the Vikings in the final with a score of 3-1 earning themselves a paid entry to the largest event hosted by Ballhockey.com, the World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships. Not leaving empty handed, the Steel City Vikings leave the tournament with their heads high and a 1/2 entry to the WOBHC event. This team has entered 2/3 Men’s D events with Ballhockey.com, both ended in 2nd place - perhaps the WOBHC Men’s D will be theirs for the taking.

Hamilton Hellfish, Men’s D Division Champions, Gateway to the World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships

Hamilton Hellfish, Men’s D Division Champions, Gateway to the World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships

Thank you to all participating players, coaches, teams & spectators for a great event. We look forward to seeing you in Barrie for the first installment of the World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships.

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Ballhockey.com North America Top 25 - Updated 02/2019


We have recently updated the Ballhockey.com North America Top 25 Team list. Be sure to check it out by clicking on the link below and let us know what you think!

Think your team should be on it? Let us know if your team is winning events that should qualify you for consideration on this list. by contacting:

Brian Broley
President & CEO
BHC Sports Properties
Ball Hockey Ontario & Ballhockey.com

2018 Bauer Clash of the Titans Wrap Up

2018 Bauer Clash of the Titans Wrap Up

On November 16th to the 18th, 14 of the best ball hockey teams in North America traveled to St.Catharines, ON to lay it all on the line for the 6th Bauer Clash of the Titans Ball Hockey Tournament that took place at the Ballhockey.com Athletic Centre and the Ballhockey.com Haig Bowl Arena.

With $14,000 up for grabs, teams wasted no time stacking up with players from the teams not participating to form incredibly talented 22 man rosters for this event in the hopes of winning that $8,400 cash prize for the champions.

2018 Bauer Clash of the Titans Schedule, Livestreaming & Event Details

2018 Bauer Clash of the Titans Schedule, Livestreaming & Event Details

The Bauer Clash of the Titans is Ballhockey.com's premiere event featuring the top teams in North America competing for a large cash prize pool with 100% of the entry fees being returned to the top 4 teams. It is happening November 16th to the 18th at the Ballhockey.com Athletic Centre and the Ballhockey.com Haig Bowl Arena in St.Catharines, ON.

You Are Never Too Old to Battle - Over 50 Superseries

You Are Never Too Old to Battle - Over 50 Superseries

For two days in November, 6 teams full of players, the founding fathers, the ones who have been around since the inception of the great sport of ball hockey, came together at the Ballhockey.com Athletic Centre in St.Catharines, ON to compete in the 2018 Ballhockey.com Over 50 Superseries Tournament. The Niagara region hosted many players from the local area as well as Barrie & Toronto and players from our neighbors to the south down in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.