Canadian Youth and Recreational Sports Activities have returned to 65% of Pre-COVID Levels according to new Industry Data
Canadian Youth and Recreational Sports Activities Have returned to 65% of Pre-COVID Levels according to new Industry data
As youth sport returns across Canada, the latest user data from TeamSnap show that youth sport activities across Canada have been steadily increasing with more and more events being scheduled throughout the summer. Overall, Canadian activities are at 65% compared to pre-COVID levels in the summer of 2019.
The data shows a steady return to pre-COVID-19 levels in all provinces, with summer hockey, soccer and baseball having the highest number of events scheduled.
The majority of the activities being scheduled (80%) are classified as “practices” or “skills sessions” with 20% having been listed as games and tournaments.
Hockey – 66%
Soccer – 64%
Baseball – 57%
Lacrosse – 38%
Basketball – 37%
(Percentage compared to the same time period (May to July) in 2019)
TeamSnap data is based on a mix of anonymized user data along with national projections from partnering sports organizations. The data is presented as a percentage to provide sport-by-sport trends across Canada compared to a similar period in 2019.
TeamSnap is the leading platform to schedule youth sports events across Canada with more than 2.2 million athletes, families and sports organizations using the platform to schedule and organize team activities. TeamSnap has long term partnerships with many Canadian sports organizations including Hockey Canada, Ontario Baseball and Softball BC.