2021 - 2022 Team Registration Fees
2021/2022 Fees: (will be posted by mid August 2021)
U15 AA: TBA
U15 AAA: TBA
U16 AA: TBA
U16 AAA: TBA
U18 AA: TBA
U18 AAA: TBA
U21 B: TBA
*Please note that these fees include socks, hockey pants and one set of dry land gear (no names or numbers) only. Fees do not reflect additional costs for required helmets, gloves, jackets or apparel purchased separately through an approved supplier. New players can obtain helmet, gloves and hockey bags through Play it Again Sports in Westhills. Apparel links for RM Apparel are provided once teams are created.
CRAA fees also include what would have been previously been referred to as a "cash call" and is now called a team allocated amount.
HISTORICAL FEE AMOUNTS (2020/2021 not included as it was not a normal season)
|Season||Division||Team Allocated amount that is Included within the fee||Total Fee|
Financial Assistance Information
FLAMES EVEN STRENGTH PROGRAM/CRAA FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
The Calgary Royals will match the financial assistance given by the Flames Even Strength program.
Flames Even Strength Program (FESP)
Hockey Calgary, KidSport, the Flames Foundation & Canadian Pacific support the Flames Even Strength Program (FESP). This initiative helps to alleviate the cost of playing hockey for children in our community facing financial barriers to participating in organized sports. Since 1998, the program has distributed over $2,000,000 in support of local minor hockey players so they can play the game they love.
The process has an online form submitted directly to Hockey Calgary for review. You may access the form for the program on the Hockey Calgary website at: https://www.hockeycalgary.ca/registration/flames-even-strength-program
For more information on funding, call Pam Douglas at the Hockey Calgary office at (403) 245-5773 ext. 206
Calgary Royals Athletic Association Assistance Program
The Calgary Royals Athletic Association will match the funding $ granted from the Flames Even Strength Program up to the maximum of a player's team registration fee and each situation will be assessed and handled privately with the family. If further assistance is required, please contact Jill Cameron: email@example.com
HOCKEY CANADA FOUNDATION ASSIST FUND
The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund is a $1 million fund that has been created to provide help to Canadians experiencing financial challenges as a result of COVID-19. The Assist Fund will provide up to $500 per player in registration fee subsidies to approved applicants who are registered with a Hockey Canada-sanctioned association, helping young Canadians get back on the ice in their communities.
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