Brampton - To mark this year’s Sports Day in Canada – a national celebration of sport, from grassroots to high‐performance levels – the City of Brampton is hosting events around the city on September 28 and 29.
Sports Day in Canada demonstrates that sport has the power to build community, fortify national spirit and promote healthy, active living.
“Brampton has always been a sports-oriented community,” said Mayor Susan Fennell. “Sport is a fantastic way to unite our city. It’s also a fun and effective way for adults, children and youth to be more physically active and, ultimately, to lead healthier, more active lifestyles. Join us on Sports Day and get active!”
Join this local event to be one of over a million Canadians who are coming together for the love of the game. The City is partnering with community organizations to host “try-it” events, competitions, and spectator events. Friendly Soccer Match
City of Brampton employees vs. Brampton Sport Alliance soccer executives and coaches
Friday, September 28, 6 pm | Terry Fox Stadium, Chinguacousy Park Just Try It Sports Activities
Kids can try out a variety of sports, including cricket, softball and soccer
Saturday, September 29, 10 am – 4 pm | Brampton Soccer Centre Sports Day in Centennial Park
Games, sports, food and a rock wall, presented by the Queen Kennedy Neighbourhood Team
Saturday, September 29, 11 am – 2 pm | Centennial Park (Queen St. & Centre St.) Spectator Sports
Peel Regional Police vs. local youth in soccer, basketball and hockey
Saturday, September 29, noon – 6:30 pm | Cassie Campbell Community Centre
The official day caps off a week of more than a thousand local events across Canada, and includes a special television broadcast on CBC Sports. Sports Day in Canada is presented by CBC Sports, ParticipACTION and True Sport, working with national sporting organizations and their networks of coaches, athletes and enthusiasts across the country.
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