The Women’s Hockey Club of Toronto (WHCT) is an adult recreational non-body-checking ice hockey league open to women, trans, nonbinary and two-spirited folks who are queer/trans/nonbinary-inclusive.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR OUR 2024-2025 SEASON. EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT IF YOU REGISTER/PAY BY JULY 1st! The 2024-2025 season will begin in September 2024.

Covid-19 Protocols will remain in place and all players must: be fully vaccinated (currently defined as 3 shots); use hand sanitizer when entering and leaving the arena; and keep gloves on for end-of-game fist bumps.

If you are not feeling well, please stay home and let your Team Rep know that you cannot make the game (preferably before noon on game day).

About WHCT

The Women’s Hockey Club of Toronto (WHCT) is an adult recreational non-body-checking ice hockey league open to women who are lesbian, bisexual, queer, trans, two-spirited, nonbinary or allied. All players are welcome regardless of skill level — beginners just learning to play, mid-range and experienced players. The League was first created in 1993 to offer safe space for gay and gay-positive women to play hockey. In the 30 years since, WHCT has progressed into a League that is also inclusive of and welcoming to trans and non-binary players.

WHCT is believed to be the only queer women’s hockey league in Canada and certainly one of the largest in North America. The League has 12 teams, each with 15 players including goalie and every attempt is made to balance the teams with a mixture of players from all skill levels

Our Vision

The success of the WHCT is a result of the commitment of its members to abide by the founding spirit of the league: to play the game of hockey in a sportsperson-like manner respecting not only teammates and opposing players, but also the referees, timekeepers, Moss Park Arena staff and members of the WHCT Collective.

Our Mission

To create an environment where queer, trans, nonbinary, two-spirited and allies are encouraged to participate, regardless of their experience or skill level.

To allow equal access by providing financial options and solutions that work towards breaking cost-prohibitive barriers.

To develop an organization that provides its members with the opportunity to meet other women with similar interests.

Season Champs for the 2022-2023 Season: Battista Smith

The Jennifer Hart Award

Will your team win the Jennifer Hart Award for the most sportspersonlike team?

The Teamwork Award

And the Teamwork Award for the 2022-2023 Season goes to Garage Gym Girl, with the most players who scored a goal!

Join our Facebook Group

If you are or have been a registered member of the WHCT and would like to join our Facebook group, contact us and someone will send you an invitation to join.

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