Saskatoon Pickleball Inc. (SPI) was formed in 2017 to promote the growing sport of pickleball. We keep players of all ages informed of pickleball activities and promote development of the sport within the city, province and country.
SPI partners with both Pickleball Saskatchewan and Pickleball Canada and has a close working relationship with the City of Saskatoon and Saskatoon Soccer Centre Inc.. Learn more about our organization, JOIN US, and have your name added to our mailing list!
WHO WE ARE
SPI is a welcoming organization that thrives on diversity and inclusion. We welcome players of all ages, skill levels and interests. We structure our programs and activities to promote engagement, social connection and accessibility, ensure fairness and equity, and make space for all to have fun with the game.
We treat one another with dignity and respect on and off the courts.
We all share responsibility for the safety of our members and it takes priority in everything we do.
We conduct all our activities ethically and transparently and honour our commitments.
WHERE TO PLAY
SPI runs programs at two outdoor facilities, Father Basil Markle Park and UMEA Park from May through October, and at Uptown Jack's in the Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre throughout the winter months.
Head to our LOCATIONS and PROGRAMS pages for more complete information about facilities, programs and booking procedures.
Saskatoon Pickleball Inc. Membership is an annual fee of $20.00. There are many benefits to becoming a member, including:
THE LATEST NEWS
Marilyn Barrington, President of SPI, has compiled a comprehensive report of the activities of the Club in 2022. "2022 has been a great year for pickleball players in Saskatoon. Saskatoon Pickleball Inc. grew in many ways, despite starting out 2022 in the context of government public health restrictions due to the pandemic. Here are some of our accomplishments, thanks to a dedicated group of both Board and non-Board volunteers contributing to the ongoing operational and financial success of Saskatoon Pickleball Inc. READ THE FULL REPORT .....,
SPACE STILL AVAILABLE IN LADDERS AND ROUND ROBIN PROGRAMS
January 16 - March 13, 2023
Another 8-week round of men’s and partner’s ladders will begin the week of January 16th and run through to the week of March 13th.
Men’s Ladder is on Mondays at 10:35 AM and Partner’s Ladder is on Wednesday at 12:40 PM. Registration for both ladders is done through Pickleball Brackets (www.pickleballbrackets.com). Registration for both these ladders is open and there is still space available.
Cost for these programs is $10 for each 8-week session.
WOMEN'S ROUND ROBIN
January 20 - March 17, 2023
The women’s Round Robin League will run again on Fridays in the 10:35 AM slot. This is a fun league which does not rely on tracking games for movement up and down. Registration for the Women's Round Robin League is now done through SignUp Genius. Sign up for the women’s league is now open.
Cost for this program is $10 for the 8-week session.
WINTER DAYTIME PLAY AT UPTOWN JACK'S
Court Fee Costs:
$7 per 2/hr time slot,
$65 per 10/punch pass,
$85 per monthly pass.
Saskatoon Pickleball Inc.(SPI) is a fast-growing club with 880 enthusiastic active members. Our parent organization, Pickleball Saskatchewan Inc. has over 2600 registered members, and there are 22 affiliated clubs across the province. With this strong base of Saskatchewan players, and a 15-court facility in Warman, SPI is aiming to host the largest ever Pickleball Saskatchewan Provincial playoff event with hundreds of participants!
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Registration TBA soon
Pickleball Canada has awarded the 2023 National Championship to Regina! Pickleball Regina will host this premiere event on August 23-27, 2023 in two locations, the Viterra International Trade Centre and the Queen City Pickleball Hub at REAL District.
With the potential of 1000 athletes and 250 volunteers, this event will showcase pickleball, the fastest growing sport in North America. Events will include all ages, skill levels and provide competitive opportunities for athletes from across Canada.
The official tournament logo includes the Pickleball Canada logo and the Albert Street Memorial Bridge, an iconic symbol of Regina, built in the great depression to employ local workers. It symbolizes increasing connections, building bridges and stands as a world record holder as the longest span over the smallest body of water.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!