You can register right now for your favourite outdoor team sport!
With the announcement made by Minister Isabelle Charest and the Public Health authorities last Thursday, it is now official; Quebec athletes will be able to run on the soccer, baseball and dek hockey fields this summer to enjoy a great season of their favourite sport in complete safety. Spordle wants to be first in line to make sure that you can be active across the province!
"During this entire process, Spordle was in constant communication with the major Quebec sports federations. Much like our dedicated and passionate team, we know that they worked hard, in unprecedented unpredictable circumstances, to allow Quebec amateur sports enthusiasts of all ages to have the chance to walk on a field and practise their favourite discipline in a healthy environment that respects the guidelines of Public Health authorities ", said Lyno Côté, President and Chief executive officer of Spordle.
You miss dribbling the ball on the pitch? Can't wait to put on your baseball glove? Are you excited about finally being able to use your dek hockey stick again? You’re in the right place! Spordle invites you to register right now, because you've waited long enough!
"We believe that sports should be seen as an essential service to the physical and mental health of all involved. With nearly 170,000 players (normally) from across the province, the resumption of soccer activities, regardless of form, is of great benefit to many as it meets government requirements."
Mathieu Chamberland, General Manager of Soccer Quebec
“Let's do everything in our power to give a baseball season to our passionate young athletes by respecting the rules of public health and by acting as all-around good citizens. Our society needs to resume its social life and its routine. We all need to experience positive emotions, laugh and play! The best way to move forward is to allow young people to practise their favourite sport!“
Maxime Lamarche, General Manager of Baseball Quebec
“As a group, we want to save our sport and help our centres. However, we want to do it adequately. We are regularly in consultation with various sports federations in order to exchange views and learn more about the next stages. We firmly believe that the approach to be developed must be constructive and safe. The return to play is divided into four distinct stages based on health demands and public health recommendations. "
Frédéric Bourgoin, president of the HockeyQC group
Spordle is committed to being the best partner it can be for the sports organizations with which we collaborate in order to help make this relaunch of sports in Quebec a success, starting with collective outdoor sports. We firmly believe that sports, and the values associated with them, contribute to the physical and mental health of a balanced society.