This is Canada’s game. This is your game.
Celebrating 50 years of excellence in sport, Ringette was invented in Canada by Sam Jacks in 1963. This fast paced team sport was originally developed for girls. Ringette is played with a straight stick to pass, carry and shoot a rubber ring to score goals. The first ringette game was played in Espanola, ON, but is now played in cities, towns and communities across Canada by athletes from the ages of five to 70+.
Ringette Alberta wants you to join the fun! Share your stories, photos, videos, tweets and posts, and take part in our province-wide #RAB50 Social Media Scavenger Hunt to help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the invention of ringette!