Master Sport List for the 55+ BC Games

Each host community selects a minimum of 20 sports from this master list of available sports.  Each year the Games may offer a different selection of sports based on the selections of the host community.

The sport package announcement for the Greater Victoria 2022 55+ BC Games will be published at the end of 2021.

Additional sports in the 55+ BC Games


For Zone Directors & Sport Coordinators:

Please refer to the viaSport Return to Sport Restart 2.0 chart and FAQs.

For updates on facilities in your community, contact your local facility or BC Recreation and Parks Association

Follow the province of BC’s Restart Plan.

As a multi-sport event, the 55+ BC Games offers a number of opportunities for the participant.  Host communities choose which sport they would like to host from an approved sport list of 32 sports.   This collection of sports represents the diverse interests of those 55 years of age and older.  Although some sports are more physically active than others, the benefits of friendly competition and striving for a personal best are a constant that all the sports share.

The 55+ BC Games works with provincial and local sport organizations to ensure that competition is of high quality and in keeping with Canada’s Sport for Life, Long Term Athlete Development Framework (LTAD) representing the “Active for Life” stage.  Modifications to play do exist in some sports to allow for greater participation for the older participant. In the Rules and Technical information on each sport page you can read about how our events are structured to ensure a positive sport experience.

Contact information for your local Zone Sport Coordinators is listed on each of the sport pages.  Participants must contact their Zone Sport Coordinator to register for the Games and to learn more about participation in the Games.

(Please note – Participants are only permitted to compete in one sport at the Games)

Registration for the 2022 Games begins in March 2022 and closes in June 2022.  For some sports there are regional play-downs to qualify for competition.  Please contact your Zone Sport Coordinator for more information.  You can find their name on either the sport page or your zone information page.  You can also contact us at

Don’t see the sport you like to play listed?  We have a process for adding new sports.  For more information on how to add a sport download our Application for Adding a Sport.

We are happy to answer any questions on this process, please contact us at for more information

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