Confederation Cup

The Confederation Cup High School Hockey Tournament started in 1999 with 28 teams participating and has grown ever since to 48 teams competing in 2014. The tournament provides a unique opportunity for corporate partners to become involved in an event grown to become a major feature in High School Athletics and one of Atlantic Canada’s largest hockey tournaments. Our excellent reputation for providing an enjoyable and rewarding experience for players, team and school officials and parents is evidenced by the number of returning teams and new applicants that we have each year.

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Charlie Decker
Tournament Organizer

Street Jam Mount Pearl

Street Jam celebrates the game of hockey and Canadian culture in a wholesome, festival atmosphere that makes kids feel like NHL pros and helps adults feel like kids again. No matter your gender, age, or skill level, Street Jam is for you. Since 2017, Street Jam has offered both recreational and competitive street hockey tournament divisions for all. Anybody can play! Register your team today!

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Seamus O’Keefe
Event Director
(709) 726-8672

Royal St. John’s Regatta

Held annually on the first Wednesday in August, this historic regatta is the oldest continuing sporting event in North America, dating back to 1818. The event continues to draw in excess of 50,000 spectators each year and is a major focal point of summer activities in the St. John’s area.  It is widely known as “The Largest Garden Party in the World” because it has been about socializing as much as amateur sport. Concession stands, wheels of fortune, games of chance, and food & drink are just as much part of the Regatta’s history as the races.

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Boat House
576-8921 (beginning of May to end of August)


Sportfest is your place to try team sports, individual sports, sports for every season and surface. There’ll be interactive demos, special guests, even prizes! Whether you want to discover the different sports and activities available to you here in Newfoundland and Labrador, play your way to a healthier you, or simply learn more about your favourite sport, Sportfest is the place to be!

Alicia Curran

NL Growlers

The Newfoundland Growlers are a professional minor league ice hockey team in the ECHL based in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. The team began play in the 2018–19 ECHL season with home games at Mile One Centre

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Trevor Murphy
Senior Director, Hockey Operations

St. John’s Edge

St. John’s Edge played their inaugural season in the National Basketball League of Canada (NLBC) in 2017 when they ultimately lost in the League’s Divisional Finals. The team competes in the Central Division of the NBLC and play their homes games at Mile One Centre in St. John’s.

The National Basketball League of Canada was founded in 2011 and is Canada’s longest standing professional basketball league.  There are currently 10 teams with two divisions: Central and Atlantic.  The NBLC is committed to being one of the leading professional basketball leagues in the world. The NBLC provides Canadian and international athletes, coaches and officials to participate in the game they love at the professional level. The NBLC is also dedicated to raising the profile of the sport of professional basketball throughout Canada by providing fans with an exciting and entertaining experience starting at a community level.

Devon O’Grady

Targa Newfoundland

Each September, Targa Newfoundland brings together automobiles from all corners of the world. The first and only event of its kind to be held in North America, competitors (500 competitors and crew) take part in a six day competition through 70 + communities that covers over 2,200 km of the winding roads, steep hills and breathtaking landscapes of Eastern & Central Newfoundland. Over 150,000 spectators witness the “Ironman of Motorsport”; extraordinary people from all over the world competing in exotic cars from every era in automobile history.

Robert Giannou

Tely 10 Road Race

The Tely 10 Mile Road Race is a ten mile road race held in the communities of Paradise, Mount Pearl and St. John’s that attracts over 3,000 runners. The race is held annually on the fourth Sunday in July, with the first race being held in 1922, making it one of the oldest road races in all of Canada.

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George Stanoev
NLAA Technical Director


The Newfoundland Labrador Volleyball Association is the recognized leader in the organization and development of volleyball for all members and interested groups throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. One of the highlight competitions is VolleyFest which attracts over 100 teams to St. John’s.

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Russell Jackson
NLVA Executive Director