The AYHL's fee structure has been meticulously designed to provide an affordable, flexible Hockey option that maximizes overall development and family enjoyment.
Not only is the AYHL approximately $500 to $600 dollars cheaper when compared to community Hockey, but it also allows families the flexibility to pay by cash, credit card, cheque or e-transfer. We also provide families with a split payment option to support cash flow management.
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION *** EXTENDED!!
Register before June 16th and received a $100 discount on fees
Payments can be made in full by cheque, cash, e-transfer or credit card (credit cards payments are subject to a 2% surcharge)
Early bird all-inclusive fees are $1599+GST after June 17th all-inclusive fees are $1699+GST
Registrations will close on August 31st
Payments can be made in full or installments by cheque, e-transfer, or credit card (credit cards payments are subject to a 2% surcharge)
The AYHL provides players with fees that are comparably much lower than that of community Hockey.
Community registration is typically upwards of $1700/player when factoring in $1000 for registration and approximately $750/player in cash calls and fundraising and/or volunteer fees.
When compared to community association fees, the AYHL fees are approximately $500 to $600 cheaper when you include all the elements listed below.
The AYHL has an ALL-INCLUSIVE FEE structure. There are NO cash calls, NO fundraising and NO volunteer cheques. The AYHL includes the following products/services that are â€œextrasâ€ in community hockey.
Pipsqueaks and Tykes have 30% more development ice - value of $300
Pipsqueaks division has 18 more games - value of $400
Tyke division has 16 more games - value of $350
Up to 15 hours of professionally run dry-land, video review and/or sports education-value of $790
2 Tournaments- value of $200
Tournament Party and Holiday Party- value of $80
Jersey, socks, dry-land gear to keep-value of $80
Set schedule, set location, superior coaching, no volunteering, no fundraising-value of ?
When totalling the fees as per above, community Hockey would charge $2400/player.
When you consider the AYHL has better coaching, a better facility, no volunteer commitment, one location, a set yearly schedule and no fundraising, we believe our league is a far better option