Club Info

Division A


We are Canada Basketball Verified. The Verification Program integrates important aspects of coaching, Safe Sport, and organizational leadership. Displaying the Verified logo indicates that we have been reviewed by our governing bodies and have added accountability to create welcoming, safe, and developmentally appropriate environments for everyone. Like other Verified groups across Canada, we have committed to raise standards to provide the best athlete experience possible for all participants, including:

  • Mandatory background checks and Safe Sport Training for all coaches;
  • Adopting a full policy suite of guidelines that help protect the safety of all participants;
  • Adhering to Canada Basketball’s model for Long Term Development, including age and developmentally appropriate training; and
  • Ensuring proper administrative procedures have been taken to govern our organization.
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Division B



The Jr. Small Ball program is an entry-level recreational basketball program for children ages 5 to 7 years old, facilitated in a fun, active, and healthy learning environment.  Jr. Small Ball focuses on the fundamental movement skills of running, jumping, throwing, catching, balance, agility, and coordination.  The program includes age-appropriate equipment (smaller basketball and lowered adjustable hoops) and modified games.  It also introduces fundamental basketball skills such as dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding and defending. 

The Jr. Small Ball program runs on Saturdays in the spring (April) and Fall (October). The registration fee includes a reversible jersey and basketball.  


The House League program is a recreational basketball program for children ages 8 to 18 years oldThe focus of this program is to develop individual skills, introduce BMBA team play concepts, and improve the overall fitness of players. Players are exposed to a fun and friendly environment, while also offering players the opportunity to train and excel to a higher level on and off the court.  Players who excel in our House League Programs are given the opportunity to participate in our Select Programs. The House League program plays an important role in the development of players wishing to play basketball at a higher level. 

Division C

SELECT PROGRAM (ages 8-16)

The Select program focuses on the continued development of our high-potential House League players, ages 8 to 16 years old, who aspire to play competitive basketball. Players in this program are identified for the program based on their individual basketball skills and knowledge, demonstrated in House League.  If required, a tryout may be held to fill a Select team roster.

Select teams participate in local competitive leagues throughout the GTA, exposes players to a higher-level of competition with elements of the rep-level environment.

The season aligns with the House League season, and when possible, we aim to keep the teams together during the offseason for further player development and league participation.


  • One (1) weekly practice in addition to House League practice*
  • Travel expenses are not included in fees (local travel) 
  • Player fees range from $350 to $500 per season (varies based on division/ages )

*Players are expected to attend all House League and Select practices and games. 


We are a 100% volunteer organization and therefore encourage parents to get involved. We welcome your support at the team level (coach, manager, fundraising) or organization level (marketing, social media, photography, fundraising). Email us at, and join our team. 

For further information regarding the Select program, email 

Division D


The Representative (Rep) program offers opportunities to players ages 8 to 18 years old interested in playing basketball at a higher level across jurisdictions in Ontario. The program focuses on skill and team development. In addition to providing a higher level of competition, the program demands a higher commitment level from players, and by extension parents. Players must demonstrate exceptional skill, athleticism and strong commitment to the game of basketball. All teams will focus on skill development, teamwork and sportsmanship in a competitive environment. 

Our Rep programs caters to players from grades 2 through 12 whenever possible. 

 Boys Divisions/Age   Girls Division/Age
 Novice (age 8-9)  Novice (age 8-9)
 Atom (age 10)  Atom (age 10)
 Major Atom (age 11)  Major Atom (age 11)
 Bantam (age 12)  Bantam (age 12)
 Major Bantam (age 13)  Major Bantam (age 13)
 Midget (age 14)  Midget (age 14)
 Major Midget (15)  JUEL Prep (15)
 Junior (16-18)  JUEL (16-18)

The program adheres to all guidelines established by the provincial and federal governing bodies of amateur basketball, Basketball Ontario, and Canada Basketball. The Rep program typically consists of a minimum two practices weekly and participation in Basketball Ontario and other sponsored tournaments.  All participants in the rep program will be required to pay a fee which will be determined prior to tryouts. 


Interested players must attend the Rep program tryout(s) to have their skills assessed. Tryouts are held twice a year, typically in the spring and late summer/early fall. Coaches will select their final roster following the tryout(s).

Follow us on social media or check the website for upcoming tryout dates. 


  • Minimum two (2) weekly practices – 1.5 to 2 hours 
  • Travel expenses are not included in fees (local and North-American travel) 
  • Player fees range from $800 to $1500 per season (varies based on division/ages )


Brampton Minor Basketball Association is a volunteer organization and we encourage parents to get involved. We welcome your support at the team level (coach, manager, fundraising) or organization level (marketing, social media, photography, fundraising). Email us at, and join our team. 

For further information regarding the Rep program, email 

Division E


The cost associate with organized basketball may sometimes be a reason why a child cannot participate in the program. Fortunately, there are solutions to help offset this cost for families. Here are two national programs that have reduced financial barriers to sport access:

KidSport  – Through a confidential application process, KidSport provides grants of between $250-$500 to help cover sport registration and equipment costs so that all kids aged 18 and under can play a season of sport. 

Jumpstart  – Founded in 2005, Jumpstart Charities helps kids overcome financial and accessibility barriers to sport and recreation in an effort to provide inclusive play for kids of all abilities. 

Division F

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