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Regina, SK

The Misfits are a youth basketball team that empowers kids to develop their skills, confidence, and character through sports.

We provide a fun, safe, and supportive environment for players of all levels and backgrounds. Join us today and help us make a difference in our community.



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Our Supporters

We are grateful for the support and partnership of various organizations and individuals who share our vision of empowering and developing female youth basketball players in Regina. Our supporters and partners help us provide quality coaching, equipment, facilities, and opportunities for our Misfits players and coaches.

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Help us make a difference on and off the court

Looking to increase your community involvement and support youth sport and development, look no further. In return, we're proud to offer ongoing recognition and benefits. Check out our Sponsorship page for more information on how you can support youth basketball.

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Our Story

We are the Regina Misfits, a youth basketball club that started in 2019. We were founded by former University of Regina Women Cougar’s players Bree Burgess and Leah Levy, along with local teacher and BSI VP of Coaches Development, Jeremy Sundeen and Jared Woloshyn from Regina. They have a lot of experience and expertise to share. Our Misfits basketball club currently supports player development between grades four to nine. We are the biggest female youth basketball club in Saskatchewan!

We are based on the idea of creating opportunities through basketball. We offer basketball training and coaching for girls from grade four to nine. Our NCCP Certified Coaches develop athletes in alignment with the Sports Canada LTAD Model, a research based approach to optimal athlete development at all levels of sport. We want to help girls develop their skills and confidence on and off the court.

We are committed to creating a basketball environment that is accessible, inclusive, and welcoming for everyone. We respect and celebrate diversity and inclusion, and we do not tolerate any form of racism, discrimination, or harassment.

Our goal is to empower and support female youths as they grow and develop their skills and support everyone who wants to play basketball, no matter what their level or experience is.

Meeting the Highest Standards

We are thrilled to announce that Misfits are the first club team in Regina to be Canada Basketball Verified. This means that we have met the high standards of coaching, Safe Sport, and organizational leadership set by our governing bodies. The Verified logo shows that we care about creating a positive, safe, and developmentally appropriate environment for everyone.

As a Verified group, we join other groups across Canada who are committed to providing the best athlete experience possible for all participants. This includes:

  • Requiring all coaches to undergo background checks and Safe Sport Training
  • Following a comprehensive set of policies that help protect the safety of all participants
  • Aligning with Canada Basketball’s model for Long Term Development, which ensures age and developmentally appropriate training
  • Having proper administrative procedures in place to govern our organization
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Abuse-Free Sport

Misfits are committed to ensuring sport is fun and safe and promote the Abuse-Free Sport Helpline. The Helpline is a listening and referral service that aims to encourage people to speak openly and to validate their concerns regarding situations they feel are unacceptable. This service is free, anonymous, confidential and independent, offered in both official languages. You can reach them by phone, text or email.

Responsible Coaching Movement

Established by the Coaching Association of Canada and the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport, the Misfits coaches support the Responsible Coaching Movement which invites all coaches and sport organizations to learn and apply consistent safety principles. It includes three distinct pillars, each serving to create a sport environment that is Safe, Smart, and Secure.

All Misfits coaches have been screened, follow the rule of two, and have taken training so our coaches have the confidence and skills needed to effectively manage challenging situations.


Sometimes, families need financial assistance to get their kids into a sport or physical activity. We're committed to helping all families access sport through promoting the Jumpstart program.

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