Centre Wellington Ball Hockey located in Elora, Ontario, is a premier outdoor
ball hockey facility focused on the promotion of the sport to everyone year 'round.



Ball hockey is fun for the entire family! Choose from Men's, Women's, Co-Ed and Youth Leagues.

CWBHL offers outdoor ball hockey all year round with 3 great seasons to choose from:.

Spring - Starts the end of February/beginning of March and will end at the end of May.

Summer - Starts the beginning of June and will end at the end of August.

Fall - Starts the beginning of September and will end at the end of November/first week of December.


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Four reasons to play ball hockey:

1. Price

Not only is this the best values hockey experience around - our leagues compare with many other sports available for all ages, men, women and youth. All divisions play a 12 game season with all teams making the playoffs - Cost: Only $132.74 plus HST per player.

2. Equipment


  • Hockey Gloves
  • Approved Hockey Stick (ABS or composite, not wooden) without tape
  • Goalies are required to wear full goalie gear. Wooden stick are acceptable. Protective footwear is recommended.
  • We recommend adult participants wear the proper protective equipment to protect themselves from injury, such as helmet, shin pads, mouth guard, elbow pads, jock/jill, etc.


  • Helmet with full face mask
  • Hockey Gloves
  • Elbow Pads
  • Shin Pads that cover from the top of the knee to the ankle
  • A jock or a Jill strap (depending if it's a boy or a girl participant)
  • Hockey Stick (ABS or composite, not wooden) without tape

Youth Goalies are required to wear full goalie equipment NOTE: Goalies are assigned to teams on a first come first serve basis, so if you are interested in goaltending for a team then please register early.

3. Level of Play

We have various leagues suited for every age and gender. You can grow up with ball hockey!


4. Tournaments

There are several charity and prize-based tournaments for members to enjoy and test team development and character.




What started as a dream over 10 years ago is finally a reality for owners Jim and Jackie Ranahan. “To be able to provide our community with this type of facility is something that is really important to us,”
says Jim.