LCBA Fall 2022 Season Registration Information


The Leduc Community Basketball Association (LCBA) is happy to announce we will be accepting registrations for our fall/winter 2022 basketball season program for our U7, U9, U11, U13, U15 & U18 Division teams.

Registration will open at 0:01am on July 1st, 2022 

Divisions & Rates

Leduc Lighting Team (U = Under Age Level) Year of Birth Registration Fee*
U7 Community (Sept-Mar) 2016-2017 $225
U9 Community (Sept-Mar) 2014-2015 $225
U11 Community (Sept-Mar) 2012-2013 $425
U13 Community (Sept-Mar) 2010-2011 $425
U15 Community (Sept-Mar) 2008-2009 $425
U18 Community (Sept-Mar) 2005-2007 $400

 *Fees exclude a $17 per player ABA Membership/Insurance Fee, which will be added to the fees above during registration.
   (ABA = Alberta Basketball Association, player insurance provider)


U7 & U9 Team Information:

  • Weekly 1 hour coached practice sessions
  • Focus on skill development
  • Occasional scrimmage games but no league games
  • Full Season: September 2022 - March 2023

U11, U13 & U15 Team Information:

  • Weekly 1.5 hour coached practice sessions
  • Both skill development & gameplay interaction
  • Weekly games with other Edmonton Youth Basketball Association (EYBA) league teams in Edmonton and the surrounding area.
  • Full Season: September 2022 - March 2023

U18 Team Information:

  • Weekly 1.5 hour coached practice sessions
  • Weekly games with other Edmonton Youth Basketball Association (EYBA) league teams in Edmonton and the surrounding area
  • LCBA U18 Community players are not allowed to play on a High School team:
    • Alberta Schools Athletic Association (ASAA) rules prohibit both Junior varsity and Senior varsity High School players from playing non-ASAA (ie: Community) basketball teams during the same season.
    • Player who intend on playing on high school team must not register with the LCBA U18 Community team.
  • Full Season: September 2022 - March 2023

Practice Information:

  • Held weekly at a Leduc-local school gymnasium
  • Typically scheduled during weeknight evenings, with earlier times allocated to younger division teams.
  • Times will not be determined until after registration and teams are assigned coaches and gym locations.

Game Information:

  • Games will be scheduled by the EYBA after team registrations close in September 2022.
  • Games can be played anywhere within the greater Edmonton Area, including Beaumont, Sherwood Park, Spruce Grove & St. Albert.
  • Parents are required to volunteer to provide scorekeeping and/or timekeeping duties at games.

Evaluation Information:

  • Players on U11 to U15 Community EYBA league teams will be evaluated for team placement.
  • Evaluations will be held on the following dates & location: 
    • Aug 29th, 2022
      • U15 Girls: 6:00pm - 7:30pm @ West Haven School
      • U15 Boys: 7:30pm - 9:00pm @ West Haven School
    • Aug 30th, 2022
      • U13 Girls: 6:00pm - 7:30pm @ West Haven School
      • U13 Boys: 7:30pm - 9:00pm @ West Haven School
      • U11 Girls: 6:00pm - 7:30pm @ TBD
    • Aug 31st, 2022
      • U15 Girls: 6:00pm - 7:30pm @ West Haven School
      • U15 Boys: 7:30pm - 9:00pm @ West Haven School
      • U11 Boys: 6:00pm - 7:30pm @ TBD
  • LCBA representatives run a player evaluation session(s) to group players into teams within each division based on their development level and competitive skill sets.
  • The EYBA requires teams to be placed within league Tier I or Tier II ranks (high competition) thru Tier III+ (high development), and LBCA representatives & coaches use evaluation sessions to determine the best player placement.
  • It is the goal of the LCBA to ensure all registered players are placed within leagues/teams that will benefit their athletic development.


Registration Waiting Lists

  • The LCBA estimates the number of community teams and available player spots at the start of registration.
  • Players will be put onto a team WAITING LIST after the estimated team spots are filled.
  • Waiting list community players will only be placed on a team if:
    • There are a sufficient number of players to form an additional team.
    • There is a head coach available to run the additional team.
  • Player parents on the waiting list will be contacted if there is available space on a team.
    • Waiting list players assigned to a team must complete their registration/fees before they will be officially placed on a team.

Coaching Information:

  • The LCBA operates with volunteer coaches, typically but not necessarily a parent of one of the players on the team
  • LCBA coaches must clear a criminal background check.
  • Head coaches organize and run practices and coach at game.
  • Assistant coaches help run practices and may fill-in for a head coach if needed.
  • The LCBA provides training opportunities for coaches via the Alberta Basketball Association (ABA) training program.
  • As an incentive, Community Head Coaches are eligible to receive a credit for (1) child's registration fees for the season.

Registration Notes:

  • Registrations will be first come, first serve based on receipt of payment in full.
  • Jumpstart program athletes are to contact the LCBA registrar as soon as possible at:

If you have questions about the LCBA, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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