2023-2024 REGISTRATION LINK                 

Welcome to the Leduc Ringette Association Registration for 2023-24 

Leduc Ringette uses RAMP, an online registration process, for all registrations. Once the registration is complete, an automatic email will be sent to you and the registrar by the system. 


The registration deadline is June 30, 2023, for returning players, U10-U19. Starting on July 1st, a late fee of $200.00 is automatically added to RAMP registrations. A “Returning Player” is anyone who has registered and played with Leduc Ringette in the past 3 years. Registration prior to this deadline is required to ensure that we can adequately plan and secure team resources (adequate ice for the number of teams, team staff, etc.) at all levels based on registration numbers. Even if you are uncertain if your child will play next season, please register to ensure that space is available and avoid the late penalty. Please let the registrar know as well if you are unsure.  

If you will be trying out for AA ringette and reside in LRA boundaries, you must register with Leduc Ringette, following the above policies. Please notify the registrar in both associations in writing prior to tryouts. 



PAYMENTS: Credit Card payments in RAMP are the only accepted payments this year. Two separate charges will occur. One to the LRA for the association fees and one to Ringette Alberta (RAB) for $70 the insurance cost.  

U10 and up will have the option to pay in full or to make 4 installments. For those paying by installments, your first installment will be at the time of registration with the second installment on August 15, the third installment on September 15th and the final installment on October 15th. 


If you, or anyone you know, requires financial aid for their child to participate in the Leduc Ringette Association program, please be aware that there are programs available to remove the obstacles to kids participating in sports. Some of the programs available are:

  1. Canadian Tire Jumpstart - Sometimes, families need financial assistance to get their kids into a sport or physical activity. We're committed to helping all families access a range of activities, from boxing to bowling and skating to skiing, and more. Apply online
  2. Kidsport - Feel free to contact or download a Kidsport application form from the following website at  Not all kids have the opportunity to be involved in sports. For those who dream of playing goalie, scoring goals, taking one for the team, and making new friends, it's all possible through KidSport.  For a happier, healthier lifestyle for Alberta kids, KidSport makes a difference.  With the help of sponsors, volunteers, and dedicated directors and staff, more and more kids are getting the chance to play sports. If possible, please apply to Kidsport before registration so your child's registration is not delayed. This information is kept strictly confidential.


There will be no increase in the fee for players that are moved up to the next level by the association.  If a player requests to move up and the Association approves the request, then fees will apply.  Please submit a Player Movement Request Form if you would like your child to be considered to move up (or down) a level of play. If you are looking to move a player, please fill out the Player Movement Form.


All players will be required to complete a set number of hours through various fundraising/volunteer commitment spots set by the LRA. The Fundraising Coordinator will send out emails to LRA members outlining each year's volunteer options. Links to sign up for these options will be done through RAMP.  

  1. Active Start requires 4 hours of volunteer commitment at our annual tournament.
  2. Open divisions require 8 hours of volunteer commitment.
  3. U10-U19 divisions require 12 hours of volunteer commitments. 

Team Staff and Board positions count towards your required volunteer commitment. Below, positions outline the hours they cover. 

Board Positions - Counts towards 12 hours.

Head Coach - Counts towards 12 hours.

Assistant Coach - Counts towards 8 hours.

Team Manager - Counts towards 12 hours.

Junior Coaches - Counts towards 8 hours.

Trainer - Counts towards 0 hours.

Other spots that parents can complete their required volunteer hours are Bingo, Raffle Tickets, Monetary Payment, Silent Auction/Prize Table Item, Bottle Drive, Tournament, Tournament Sub-Committee, Blackgold Rodeo Parade Coordinator and Oilers 50/50 (if awarded to LRA).


If you are new to Leduc Ringette Association, the following additional information will be required:

  1. If you have any concerns about whether you live within the Leduc Ringette boundaries, check with the Registrar.  If you live outside the boundaries and wish to play in Leduc, you may request a release from the Association within which boundary you live in.

Ringette SEASON

A typical season for U10 - U19 runs from September to February or March, depending on play-offs and Provincial dates for each level.

Evaluations and pre-season skates will be at the end of August-early September. Universal Athlete Assessments (UAAs) are required for all players at the U10-U14 levels. These are typically completed the weekend following the long weekend in September. 

League play in the Black Gold League will begin in October and run through to February.

Active Start does NOT play league games and will begin in late October.

Refund Policy:

Withdrawal for any reason until and including September 15 of the current season will result in a full refund of the Registration Fee, less a $25 Administration Fee.

Withdrawal for any reason from September 16 to October 15 of the current season will result in a 50% refund of the Registration Fee, less a $25 Administration Fee.

Withdrawal for any reason after October 15 of the current season will result in no refund of the Registration Fee.

If a player earns a spot on a higher level team in another association ('A,' 'AA') where said the player was either cut from the same level within our association, or the level is not offered within our Association, the player shall receive a full refund of the Registration Fee.



Registration Procedure is as follows:

Online Registration

  1. Please complete your registration for the 2023-2024 Season here. NOTE: All registrations are online through RAMP.
  2. Payments are made through RAMP at the time of registration
  3. LATE FEE is $200.00 for those returning members not registering by July 1st.

    IMPORTANT: You MUST register your child at the appropriate level by their year of Birth.


2023/24 Fees

Age as of December 31, 2023

Division Birth Year Registration  Fee
Active Start 2017*, 2018, 2019 $ 99 ($29 + $70)
U10 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017* $ 604 ($534 + $70)
U12 2012, 2013 $ 804 ($734 + $70)
U14 2010, 2011 $ 854 ($784 +$70)
U16 2008, 2009 $ 854 ($784 +$70)
U19 2005, 2006, 2007 $ 854 ($784 +$70)
Open 2004+ (Open 18+) $ 529 ($459 + $70)


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