Adult Ringette Programs
18+ Open Division
Athletes over 18 can play ringette at a competitive level in the 18+ Open league of LMRL.
Teams are tiered A or B, with A teams competing to represent BC at the annual Western Canadian Ringette Championships.
18+ A and B teams can compete at tournaments and at annual provincial championships.
Athletes attending University can play ringette while going to school. Locally, join the University of BC (UBC) club ringette team.
The UBC team competes in the LMRL 18+ league and can compete nationally against other university ringette teams for the Canadian University Ringette Challenge Cup.
UBC's team is open to players who attend UBC or another Lower Mainland post secondary institution.
If you are over 30 and would like to play recreational ringette, meet new people and have a blast — play Master's ringette.
Many local associations offer Master's programs and welcome new players as well as players returning to the sport. Contact your local association to learn of programs in your area.
Play Ringette Year-Round
Many local associations offer adult ringette programs year-round — ask your association about Power to Play programs, drop-in opportunities, spring ringette (springette), 3 on 3, and adult-only tournaments.
Lower Mainland Ringette League is a registered non-profit society that administers and organizes league competition between ringette teams in the geographic zone commonly known as the Lower Mainland of the province of British Columbia.
LMRL promotes the development of the sport within it's member communities.