Try a new sport and meet fellow Brampton athletes at We Play Too women and girls conference


Published March 27, 2024 at 11:00 am

we play too women girls sport conference brampton 2024

The city is looking to empower more women, girls and non-binary athletes to become community leaders with the return of the We Play Too Conference.

Running in May this year, the We Play Too Conference brings players and mentors together to encourage girls, women, non-binary and gender-diverse athletes to use their strengths both on and off the field and share leadership skills.

Open to the above athletes between 14 to 29 years old, We Play Too will feature sports demonstrations and try-it sessions while allowing participants to network with other local athletes and engage with sports leadership professionals.

This year’s conference is expected to welcome hundreds of athletes from across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, and a guest Q&A session will feature big names in the world of women’s sports including Jays Care Foundation Program Specialist Alessia Franco, Toronto Argonauts MOA Simi Olatunji, and Executive Director of the Oakville Futsal Club Melanie Bradley.

“The City remains committed to championing diversity and inclusivity in sports leadership and will continue to create a platform where individuals who identify as girls, women, non-binary and gender diverse can thrive, lead, and excel in the dynamic world of sports,” the city said in a release.

Registration for the conference is on now and sign-up can be done online using an existing or new City of Brampton Recreation registration account.

The 2024 We Play Too Conference runs on May 4 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Save Max Sports Centre, located at 1495 Sandalwood Parkway East.

For more information on how to register visit

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