Know Your Host Profile - Brampton

Know Your U13 Girls Championship Host!

The OBA Championships have begun and there are many regions around Ontario that have graciously agreed to host the Ontario Cup in their area. In this series, we will highlight details about the community and the many things to do there during your stay in the region.

City of Brampton

Home to the fourth most populous city in Ontario, the City of Brampton has had a long history of developing elite basketball talent and supporting youth basketball in Ontario. Home to the Brampton Minor Basketball Association and recently crowned NCAA Women’s National Champion Laeticia Amihere of the University of South Carolina Gamecocks, Brampton will be hosting the U13 Girls Ontario Cup this year on April 22-24, 2022.

The City of Brampton has always committed to supporting youth basketball development across the City as it has hosted numerous OBA Championships over the years. This marks the first time Brampton has hosted an Ontario Cup since 2019.

For this year’s U13 Girls Ontario Cup, the games will be played at the Save Max Sports CentreCassie Campbell Community CentreTerry Miller Recreation Centre, and Gore Meadows Community Centre.

While visiting Brampton, visitors can check-out various popular tourist attractions such as:

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Hotel Accommodations:

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