2020 Alberta Summer Games

The 2020 Alberta Summer Games were originally planned to take place in Lethbridge from July 23-26, 2020.  In the wake of National and Provincial response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Games have been POSTPONED to 2021 – read the official postponement notice here.

The 2021 Alberta Summer Games will take place in Lethbridge from July 22-25, 2021.

Provincial Sport Organizations will be consulted over the coming months to determine whether any changes to the sport’s Technical Package or activities for the Alberta Summer Games are necessary in light of the recent postponement. Keep checking this area for updates.

The Alberta Summer Games will see over 3,000 athletes from across Alberta competing in 15 different individual and team sports.

One U14 Boys and one U14 Girls team from each of the 8 Zones will compete in Lethbridge at the Lethbridge Sports Park for the chance to bring the gold medals back to their zone.  Interested players and parents can contact their Zone Representative as per the list below for information on their zone’s evaluation and selection process.

2020 Alberta Summer Games – Technical Package

Visit the Alberta Summer Games 2020 Website here!

Zone Information

Zone Map

Zone Names and Colors Zone Representatives Zone Head Coaches
Zone 1 – Sunny South (Grey) Lethbridge – Frank Spadevecchia TBD
Zone 2 – Big Country (Brown/Maroon) Springbank – Marc Geestman TBD
Zone 3 – Calgary (Red) Calgary Minor – Cory Letendre TBD
Zone 4 – Parkland (Orange) Red Deer City – Joan Van Wolde TBD
Zone 5 – Black Gold/Yellowhead (Yellow) Sherwood Park – Debbie Ballam TBD
Zone 6 – Edmonton (Green) Boys – EIYSA – Val Perry TBD
Girls – EMSA – Martina Menaguale TBD
Zone 7 – North East (Navy Blue) Lakeland – Kristy L’Hirondelle TBD
Zone 8 – Peace Country (Royal Blue) Northwest Peace – Christine Donovan TBD