About the Kitchener-Waterloo Girls Basketball Association (KWGBA)

KW Girls Basketball Association is a not for profit organization that was founded in 2015 to offer basketball opportunities for girls in the Kitchener-Waterloo area. During the 2015-2016 season the KWGBA fielded 3 teams for rep competition: Novice (2006), Bantam (2003) and Midget (2001).

In addition, the KWGBA is pleased to have an association with the KW Wildhawk organization to provide house league opportunities for girls of all ages. The Wildhawk organization has been providing top quality basketball programs for girls and boys since 1994.

KWGBA was founded by a group of like-minded volunteers, coaches, and parents to fill a void in competitive girls basketball in KW and are proud members of the OBA.

KWGBA strives to provide an exciting basketball program that offers quality coaching, skill development, and a love of basketball. We aim to provide parents with a low cost and high quality program with full transparency.

Steering Committee

Club Director: Mike White

Club Advisor: Roy Dahl

COO / CFO: Kelly Schott

Coach Development: Rudy Hamm

Parent Representative: TBA

Coaches & Players

KWGBA is always looking for coaches and assistant coaches to teach / mold our great players. We need you!
If you are thinking of joining one of our future or existing teams as a player, please contact us at info@kwgba.ca.

AGM and Financials

The Steering Committee schedules an Annual General Meeting in the spring of each season to elect an Executive, present financials to members, set policies and procedures and start planning for enhanced offerings for the next season.

Fees for 2019-2020

Registration for each player has been set at $700. This fee includes player and coaching registration fees with the OBA, entrance to the OBA League or entrance into other tournaments as well as the year end OBA championships.

Each team practices at least twice a weeks at a local school gym for 1-1/2 to 2 hours.

Fee assistance for athletes is available.

Please contact the KWGBA for more information.