LEAGUE EXECUTIVE
Vice President & 
Special Projects Director
Doug Zutz










Disciplinary Director

Bow Sanderson










Women's Director

Cheryl Lockhart

WHO WE ARE:

The Edmonton Basketball Association (EBA) is an adult recreation sports league for Edmonton and the Edmonton area. All games are played at the Saville Community Sports Centre in City of Edmonton. Teams in this league vary extremely in skill level (from ex-university/college players to school/community experience). Teams are responsible for forming their own rosters.


THE SEASON'S BREAKDOWN

The EBA FALL/WINTER basketball season runs from approximately September to March. Teams are guaranteed 24 games. All games are played at the Saville Community Sports Centre located the the University of Alberta's South Campus near the Foote Field (the Bears' football field).

The first round of games is for SEEDING. This consists of 7 games played against teams in your initially assigned division. Based on this record, a team will either move up, stay or drop down a division or two.

The next round of games is the ROUND ROBIN. In the newly seeded divisions, 14 games are played against teams in your division only.  

The last round of games is the PLAYOFFS. Each division has 2 playoffs (Top 4 and bottom 4). Each playoff has a round robin with the top 2 teams playing in the final.

Other programs: Spring League (April to June), Summer League (July & August)

The league is always looking to expand the sport. Alternative programs we are trying to introduce are U21 (transition league), 35+ (Masters league) and indoor 3X3. Stay tuned for more information regarding these programs.


NEED TO KNOW INFORMATION

All teams in the EBA need uniforms with numbers on the front and back. Style and colour are up to the team. Reversible jerseys are recommended in case opposing teams have matching/similar uniforms. Proper jerseys are needed by the start of the regular season or penalities will start being issued if failing to comply. All teams need to have at least one good game ball (size 7 for both men and women) for a game and a working time clock (stop watches are acceptable).

On score sheets, FULL NAMES of players are required. If possible, write names in Alphabetical order for easier administrative purposes. Score sheets need to be submitted by the winning team within 2 business days following the game or can also be placed in the EBA DROP SLOT at the front desk immediately after the game. Fines will be administered if failure to comply.

In the regular season, only players registered on your team roster who have signed a waiver form are permitted to play. An individual may only play on one team in our league. If questions regarding eligibility are brought forward, that player must provide photo identification otherwise that player will be considered ineligible. This needs to be recorded on the score sheet along with contacting the Executive Director.

To be eligible for the regular season, a player must play in at least one seeding round game. To be eligible for playoffs, a player must play in at least 3 games during the season (2 in the regular season).

For more information, please read the league rules and bylaws or contact the league's Executive Director.


EBA 101

Information For New Teams












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CONTACT INFORMATION:

Phone: 780-438-0890
Fax: 780-988-1666
email: eba@edmontonbasketball.org
ABOUT US
Executive Director

Connie Schwartz










Secretary & 
Communications Director
Corey Schwartz










Upper Men's Director 
(Div 1-7)
Michel Okelu
President

Ken Shapka










Treasurer & 
Special Events Director
Rick Stewart










Lower Men's Director 
(Div 8-13)
Dale Brennais













Promotions Director

Melanie Storme











EDMONTON BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
EDMONTON'S LARGEST ADULT MEN & WOMEN RECREATIONAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE

Office: 2307 - 113A Street NW Edmonton, AB | Phone: (780) 438-0890 | Email: edmontonbasketball2016@gmail.com




LEAGUE INFORMATION