Step 1

Complete Respect in Sport (RIS) for Hockey Canada Parents

  • Respect in Sport (RIS) for Hockey Canada Parents is a mandatory online course that must be completed in order to register for minor hockey. (Please select Girls Hockey Calgary and NOT Calgary Inferno nor Calgary as the association.)
  • New registrants will receive a Hockey Canada ID after they complete the RIS course. Recertification is required every four years.
Respect in Sport (RIS) for Hockey Canada Parents

Step 2

Submit Hockey Calgary Parent Declaration Form

All new registrants must submit a Hockey Calgary Parent Declaration Form and supporting documents to before registration.

The form requires:

  • Respect in Sport Certificate #
  • 1 Player Proof of Age example
  • 2 Proof of Residency examples
  • Signatures of Both Parents
Download Parent Declaration Form

Step 3

You are now ready to Register with GHC! 

If you do not already have a TeamSnap account, you will be prompted to create one. Usernames are to be in the parent/guardian’s name as this is who will sign the waivers and make payments.

  • Please find Registration Fees, Financial Assistance and Withdrawal information below.
  •  It is the responsibility of all GHC members to read, understand and follow our governing policies and guidelines. Please visit our Policy page to learn more.

Please Note:

These steps  refer to U7 through U18 division registration only.  If you would like to register your daughter for the Jr. Inferno First Strides program, please click here.


2022/23 Registration Fees



Accepted Payment Methods

  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • Cheque
  • Cash
  • e-transfer

Please note:

- For payments made in cash / cheque, please select "offline payment" at the time of registration.
- All cheques are to be made payable to Girls Hockey Calgary Association
- All e-transfer payments sent to with registrants name in Memo


Instalment Payments

If you require instalment payments, please contact


Financial Assistance


Withdrawal & Refunds

As per Hockey Calgary regulations, players requesting release to another Hockey Association in Calgary for the 2022-23 season must do so before September 1, 2022.

A $100 administration fee will be charged for all player withdrawals. For information on or to request withdrawals and refunds, please view our

Player Withdrawal / Refund Request Form.


Returned and NSF Payments

  • Returned payments on automated instalments, cheques that are not accepted by the financial institutions due to Non Sufficient Funds (NSF), and/or stop-payments are subject to an administrative fee.
  • The administrative fee and the value of the unfulfilled payment will be added to the GHC members’ account and they will be considered “Not in good standing” until the payment is received.
  • GHC reserves the right to not release a member “Not in good standing” for future registration with GHC or any other Hockey Canada member association.


Players must register with GHC to attend AAA/AA prep camps and try-out camps. 

Players who are selected for the Calgary Fire AAA/AA Program pay additional program fees. These fees cover the increased ice rental, transportation, development, trainers, team official and administrative costs.

Registration fees already paid will be credited towards the AAA/AA Program Fees. Players are required to pay the balance once teams are finalized. Please visit our Registration page for our current fees.