All Sport One Day 2019 Sets New Attendance Record
Sport Calgary Statement on Fieldhouse Planning
CALGARY, Alberta — Sport Calgary’s popular “All Sport One Day” event set a new attendance record this year, with over 4000 kids discovering a new sport for free.
Held this year on Saturday, June 15, All Sport One Day is a free annual day of sport discovery for Calgary kids ages 6 to 17. Local sport organizations – over 85 this year - volunteered their time to host over 380 sport sessions at 20 partner facilities across Calgary.
Moving Beyond the 2026 Games Bid: Sport for Calgary Starts Now
The Foothills Athletic Park design - as currently proposed by city administration - aligns with the expressed needs of sport groups and community users across all amateur sport in Calgary. Feasibility studies indicate the facility would be financially sustainable due to significant usage from many groups.
Parks Foundation Calgary and Sport Calgary Announce Plans to Launch "Sport for Calgary Legacy Fund"
Throughout the Calgary 2026 Olympic and Paralympic bid exploration process last year, it seemed the “Yes” and “No” sides disagreed on nearly everything. Costs, timelines and potential legacies were disputed.
One issue both sides agreed on? The importance of amateur sport in Calgary.
New Research Reveals Significant Economic Impact of Amateur Sport in Calgary
Parks Foundation Calgary and Sport Calgary today jointly announced plans to launch a Sport for Calgary Legacy Fund to support amateur sport in Calgary.
An independent economic study, the Economic Significance of Amateur Sport in Calgary, has indicated that amateur sport is a significant contributor to Calgary’s economy.