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Cheer on your hometown teams!

Although Durham Region may be best-known in the sports world for the Ontario Hockey League’s Oshawa Generals, we are also home to many other top-notch sports teams. Get in on the live action, and head out for an afternoon or evening of rooting for our local sport pros throughout the region!

Visit the links below to find out about game schedules and ticket information.

Rugby: April/May to October

 Baseball: May to August

 Soccer: May to November

  • Darby FC – Darlington Soccer Club and Whitby Iroquois Soccer Club
    Women’s League1 Ontario – Ontario Soccer Association
  • Durham United Football Alliance – Pickering Soccer Club and Oshawa Kicks Soccer Club
    Women’s and Men’s League1 Ontario – Ontario Soccer Association

 Lacrosse: Season: May/June to July* 

Hockey: September/October to March

  • Clarington Eagles
    Central Ontario Junior C Hockey League – Ontario Hockey Association 
  • Port Perry Mojacks
    Central Ontario Junior C Hockey League – Ontario Hockey Association 
  • Uxbridge Bruins
    Central Ontario Junior C Hockey League – Ontario Hockey Association

 Various: September to March

  • Durham (College) Lords
    Men’s: Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Indoor Soccer
    Women’s: Softball, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Indoor Soccer
    Co-ed: Golf
  • UOIT Ridgebacks
    Men’s: Hockey, Soccer, Curling
    Women’s: Hockey, Soccer, Curling, Lacrosse
    Co-ed: Golf, Rowing, Tennis, Dance

 Ringette: September/October to April

Have any Durham Region teams to add? Leave us a comment below! Be sure to connect with us on Facebook and Twitter for even more ideas on how you can explore Durham! For local sports-related updates, you can also check out Sport Durham on Facebook and Twitter.

*Photo taken by the Ontario Lacrosse Association at Iroquois Park Sports Centre in Whitby.



Self-guided studio tours are a great way to enjoy creative arts with the whole family! You can experience them this spring at free events throughout Durham Region. The Durham West Spring Studio Tour takes place on April 23 and 24, and showcases art in several different studios across Pickering and Uxbridge. The Lake Scugog Studio Tour tales place April 30 and May 1. For more ideas on how to get creative this April, visit our Durham Tourism events calendar



Durham Tourism is thrilled to announce that the all-new 2016 Discovery Guide is now available! The guide provides Durham Region residents and visitors with an in-depth look at our exciting and unique tourism offerings.

It will be available online and in print format, and will feature a calendar of events, as well as information on dining, arts and culture, heritage, shopping, outdoor adventures, accommodations and much more! To order your copy, click here.



Calling all aspiring anglers! The annual Huck Finn Youth Fishing Day in Uxbridge is almost upon us. Taking place on April 23, Elgin Pond will be the home of hundreds of trout just waiting to be caught by any participant 15 years old and under.

The Huck Finn parade will kick off the event at Elgin Park beginning at 9:15 a.m. Bring the whole family for a day of outdoor fishing fun!



Canadian Tire Motorsport Park’s Overdrive Race & Relay Series is returning on Oct. 30!

The series features a mix of both cycling and running events. There are more than 10 different events you can register for, including relays and duathlons!

Early bird registration ends April 15 on all events, so don’t miss out. For more event information and registration details, click here.



April 17 is a busy day for events in Uxbridge, and it’s the perfect chance to get outdoors with friends and family!

The eighth annual Run for the Diamond will include a half marathon run, 10 kilometre trail run/walk, 5 kilometre trail run/walk and a kids dash. For more event information and registration details, click here.

You can also get active on April 17 with the new Geocaching Treasure Quest, being held at the Uxbridge Seniors Centre. This event is sure to be enjoyed by all ages as participants learn all about hidden treasure and discover why geocaching is a world-wide hobby! for more information, visit www.trailblazerevents.com.



The Ride4UnitedWay Gran Fondo team, Sport Durham, the Town of Ajax, Clarington Tourism and the Township of Uxbridge partnered recently to promote cycle tourism at a booth at the Toronto International Bicycle Show between March 6 and 8.

Congratulations to Javier Cevallos from Ajax, seen in the image above, who won Sport Durham’s draw for a Durham summer cycling prize pack!



This year, the second-annual Durham Region Film Festival, Sept. 16 to 18, allows filmmakers and artists to submit films to be considered for screening at the festival and for award selections. Films may be submitted online at www.durhamregionfilmfestival.ca.

Films can be submitted in the following categories: Feature Film, Short Film, Documentary Feature, Documentary Short, Animation Short, and Student Film. The regular deadline for submissions is May 18. Late submissions will be accepted until June 1. For more information and submission guidelines, visit www.durhamregionfilmfestival.ca.