Get Involved

There are many ways that you can get involved with Ontario Basketball!


Ontario Basketball has 175 member clubs across the province.

Find a member club in your area


If you are interested in coaching, please follow the instructions below.

High Performance Basketball

E-mail your coaching resume to:
Carmelo Mallia
Manager of High Performance

House League or Rep Basketball

House League & Rep Coaches, MUMBA Basketball

OrganizationMUMBA Basketball (Markham)

Description: MUMBA Basketball is looking for new coaches to join their rep and house league programs in the Markham/Unionville/Stouffville area.

Application instructions: Complete an application form.

Rep Coaches, U10 to U19 Girls Teams

OrganizationLive for Ball (LFB) (Scarborough)

Description: LFB is looking for both new and experienced head coaches and assistant coaches for U10 to U19 Girls teams who are available for practices two evenings per week plus five weekends of games during the upcoming 2017-18 season.

For other coaching opportunities:

Find an Ontario Basketball member club in your area. Select a region of the province from the drop down menu, click Go, and a list of member clubs in that region will be displayed. Click on any club name to see their contact information. Contact clubs in your area to learn about coaching opportunities.


Ontario Association of Basketball Officials

The Ontario Association of Basketball Officials (OABO) is affiliated with Ontario Basketball, the Canadian Association of Basketball Officials (CABO) and the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials (IAABO).

The mandate of OABO is to organize, unite, and educate all basketball officials in the Province of Ontario. OABO also looks to:

  • to act as the official spokesperson for basketball officials within the province on any and all provincial matters pertaining to basketball officiating.
  • to promote a standard interpretation of the rules and utilization of mechanics by means of clinics, published information, audiovisual aids, and the interchange of officials.
  • to ensure that members are free from discrimination, interference, restriction, coercion, harassment, intimidation or disciplinary action exercised or practiced by a member or Local Board, by reason of race, colour, age, national or ethnic origin, political or religious affiliation, handicap, sex or sexual orientation.

For more information on officiating in Ontario please refer to


Special Projects Coordinator

Job Posting: Ontario Basketball Special Projects Coordinator (.pdf)
Description: The successful candidate will support Ontario Basketball through administrative activities and special projects.They will be involved in providing administrative assistance to the coaching and community development portfolios, organizing special events and meetings, and general administrative support under the guidance of the Executive Director.
Application Instructions: Submit cover letter and resume to Jason Jansson, Executive Director
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Future Opportunities

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Ontario Basketball accepts interns every semester (fall, winter, and summer) in the following departments:

  • Clubs & Competitions
  • Coaching Development
  • Communications
  • Community Development
  • High Performance

Internship opportunities at Ontario Basketball, when available, will be posted here.

Make sure that you do not miss out on any internship opportunities! Sign up for Ontario Basketball’s Get Involved! newsletter to receive an e-mail whenever new opportunities become available.

Join the Board of Directors

Elections for Ontario Basketball’s Board of Directors take place every fall at Ontario Basketball’s Annual Meeting of Members (AMM).

2017 Call for Nominations

As per By-law 1 (.pdf) of Ontario Basketball, three (3) directors’ positions are open for election at the AMM on Saturday, November 4, 2017.

Any individual interested in seeking election to the Board of Directors must be eligible as per By-law 1 of Ontario Basketball and must submit a Nominations Form and Nominee Profile Form (.pdf) by Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.

To discuss this opportunity in greater detail, please contact John Lovett, Nominating Committee Chair, or Jason Jansson, Executive Director.

Please note: Board of Director candidates must be members of Ontario Basketball. Learn more about becoming an Ontario Basketball member.


Volunteers are an integral part of Ontario Basketball and its programs and events. If you are looking for opportunities to learn, meet new people, and give back to your community, you can volunteer for one of Ontario Basketball’s many programs and events that take place throughout the year. Sign up for Ontario Basketball’s Get Involved! newsletter to receive an e-mail whenever new opportunities become available.

If you are interested in volunteering with the Ontario Scholastic Basketball Association (OSBA), please fill out the volunteer form on the OSBA website.

(To access the volunteer form, at the bottom of the webpage, you must log into Sport Ngin, register for a Sport Ngin account, or continue as a guest.)

Become a Member

Membership Categories

There are five classes of membership, with different fee structures.

Membership Fees
(as of August 1, 2015):
Active Members — $45.00
Rep Players — $30.00
House league players — $2.50
Adult league players — $5.00

Ontario Basketball programs and services are available to members only. For the individual membership application form click here.

Active Members

Coaches, officials, athletes, administrators and basketball boosters who are over 18 years of age, and have demonstrated an interest in the development and promotion of amateur basketball in Ontario.

Participant Members

Team players or athletes registered or participating in events sanctioned by the association.

Affiliate Members

Teams, member clubs, associations, leagues, advisory groups, consultative or educational organizations concerned or involved with the delivery of basketball programs in Ontario whose main objective is not commercial gain.

Corporate Members

Corporations, organizations and associations involved in the delivery of basketball programs and services in Ontario whose main objective is commercial gain.

Honorary Members

Those individuals or entities who or which have made an outstanding contribution to basketball in Ontario.

Stay Connected

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