Team Alberta -Athlete Summer Program


 

2024 Team Alberta Program

15U Program -Try outs for the 2024 Team Alberta Program -registration and information TBA

Team Alberta Coach Application -for the 2024 summer season

Team Alberta 15U/19U program details including scouting, tryout camps, June training will be posted 12-18-2023

15U athletes -2009-2011 and 19U athletes -2005-2008

2023 Team Alberta Summer Program -15U & 19U

Information for the 2023 Summer Team Alberta Program is now here! Athletes interested in participating in the program must declare their interest here by February 22 in order to be scouted by coaches at the Provincial League, NCL and/or Alberta Open. For more detailed information please review our Team AB Info Document.

                                                                                

 Team Alberta Results 2023 Provincial Championships Results

 15U Blue Girls -GOLD    15U Yellow Girls -5th

15U Blue Boys -GOLD    15U Yellow Boys -5th

19U Male -5th

Article on Results

 

TEAM ALBERTA ROSTER ANNOUNCEMENT

2022 Team Alberta at the Provincial Cup

        

 Legacy/Regional Training Centre/ WPC Age Group Teams 

We celebrate Alberta athletes who have been selected for WPC Age Group National Teams this spring/ summer. These athletes are invited to participate in the June Training Centers in preparation for their  summer centralizations for free. If you are an Alberta athlete who has been identified on a WPC list for this summer, please email office@albertawaterpolo.ca and you will receive a special registration code for the June training 

 

Team Alberta Philosophy
        Alberta Water Polo Association        
          
                         

Training:

Team Alberta is dedicated to athlete development. We provide level-appropriate and competition to athletes and our program has supported many athletes to go on to National Teams, university and professional water polo careers. Team Alberta will incorporate a holistic approach to training, including dry land training, swimming conditioning, water polo skills (individual, team, technical and tactical) and life skills (travel management, nutrition, tactics and video review).

Selection:

Team Alberta will select the players who show the highest level of effort, competitiveness, coachability, and skill. Team Alberta will also take into consideration players who have shown the most development through training, who demonstrate responsibility, and who would benefit most from participating.

Play Time:

Team Alberta coaches will decide play time based on a number of variables including but not limited to : external conditions such as heat and game schedule, individual factors such as injuries or illness, and tournament importance. While Team Alberta is a competitive program, it also has a focus on development for all players. 

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