BMBA House League Programs
Our House League Programs are instructional basketball programs for boys and girls ages 5 to 18 years old and has been the grassroots program for our Brampton Warriors teams. House League players are grouped according to their age and skill level to learn the fundamental skills and principles of basketball. Playing time is regulated through Ontario Basketball (OBA) sanctioned “Fair Play Policy” so that every participant is guaranteed equal playing time.
Coaches are committed to developing individual skills, introducing Brampton Basketball concepts of team play and improving the over-all fitness levels of their players. Participants have shown improvement in their self-confidence levels and this has encouraged them to continue their interest and passion for playing the game of basketball. House League exposes players to a competitive, but friendly environment, while also offering opportunities to train and excel to a higher level on and off the court; for example, through our REP Program. Players who excel and are recognized in our House League Programs are promoted and given the opportunity to participate in our Select Programs.
NOVICE – Under the age of 9
Graduating from our Jr. Small Ball program the Novice level players will continue to work on the basic fundamentals of passing, shooting and dribbling, ball handling and lay-ups, while still making it fun and enjoyable. Offensive and defensive footwork drills will be introduced (jump-stop, pivoting, on ball defence, etc.). Both the defensive and triple threat stance will be introduced at this level. League play will address rules of the game (traveling, double dribble, etc.)
ATOM and MAJOR ATOM – Under the age of 12
Players will continue to develop their skills by working on the basic basketball fundamentals (passing, shooting, ball handling, lay-ups) through drills. Correct shooting form, stance, rebounding and boxing out will be worked on along with closer attention given to footwork both on offence and defence. Man-to-man fundamentals will be stressed along with the triple threat stance. The importance and effectiveness of team play will be introduced and discussed.
BANTAM and MAJOR BANTAM – Under the age of 14
Players will continue to work on and develop their basketball skills through drills (passing, shooting, ball handing, dribbling, rebounding, boxing out, conditioning, court sense, etc.). They will be taught all aspects of the game of basketball. Closer attention will be given to details from proper shooting form, triple threat stance to proper footwork both on offence and defence. They will learn defensive layers and man to man principals; on-ball, help-side and deny concept of defence.
MIDGET to JUVENILE BOYS – Under the age of 19
Players will continue to develop their basketball skills through more competitive drills. They will be taught all aspects of the game of basketball from shooting form and triple threat stance, to proper footwork both on offence and defence. They will continue to work on man-to-man principals “on-ball”, ” help side” and “deny” principals. Both zone offence and defence will be introduced at this level of play.
BMBA Fall/Winter Season
The season runs within the current year beginning in October commencing in March the following year, which includes an All Star weekend in February, end of season Playoffs and Finals. Games are played weekly. Timing and Gym Locations vary due to division schedules. All teams practice at least once a week.
BMBA Summer Season
The season runs within the current year beginning in May commencing in August. Games are played on a weekly basis at the Brampton Soccer Centre* – Monday through Thursday in the evenings between 6pm – 9:30pm EST. Teams practice at least once a week (Indoors and/or Outdoors).
*Gym Location may change.
The pricing for each of our programs described above range between $250.00 – $295.00 CAD Dollars per season. Please note pricing may change time to time based on program offering and other added value solutions.
Pricing includes: Complete uniforms (Jersey and Shorts), 12 weeks* of play, All-Star Weekend* Bi- weekly practice, weekly Game, Playoffs, and a Finals Day.
*for specific programs and seasons only