Free drop-in demos and classes are back for Brampton Sports Day


Published February 12, 2024 at 12:30 pm

Brampton annual free day of drop-in sports is back for another year for teens and youth looking to get active and try something new.

The city is gearing up for its fifth-annual Sports Day, opening up free trials of team and solo activities at the Save Max Sports Centre later this month.

With drop-in slots available for baseball, basketball, football, soccer and more, Sports Day is a chance to take a swing at different activities and possibly discover a new passion and way to stay active.

Attendees will also be able to attend sport demonstrations, sign up and register with sports groups for the upcoming season and fill an activity passport for a chance to win prizes​.

Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown is encouraging residents to come out and take part in the event which he calls “a perfect way to connect health and fun.”

“As an avid hockey player, I know firsthand how fantastic an opportunity this is for our community to stay true to their fitness goals and continue to embrace a healthy lifestyle,” Brown said in a statement.

The free event is being put on in partnership with the Brampton Sport Alliance, representing over 18 minor sport organizations in the city to help youth find success in sport while working towards the betterment of youth sports in Brampton.

Brampton’s fifth-annual Sports Day runs on Feb. 24 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Save Max Sports Centre. For more information visit

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