Spectator Info

Spectator Information

All games will be played at Millennium Place in Sherwood Park.

Millennium Place
2000 Premier Way
Sherwood Park, AB

Tournament Admission
Friday/Saturday Single Day Admission - Adult - $8 Student/Senior - $5
Adult Tournament Pass - $12 Student/Senior Tournament Pass - $8
Children 12 and Under - Free when accompanied by an adult.

Programs will be available online.

Gimmics will be selling official tournament merchandise at Millennium Place outside of the playing courts. There schedule will be as follows:

Friday, April 27th - TBA
Saturday, April 28th - TBA

Fair Play & Sportsmanship
All competitions must be conducted with a high standard of courtesy, fair play and sportsmanship. All those involved share this responsibility.

The coaches must demonstrate qualities of courtesy and good sportsmanship. These are evidenced by proper acceptance of officials’ judgment, positive encouragement of player performance and bench behaviour.

Athletes must demonstrate qualities of courtesy and good sportsmanship by proper acceptance of officials’ judgment and by showing proper respect for opposing athletes as well as for teammates.

A. Spectators, both student and adult, must demonstrate courtesy and good sportsmanship by positive cheers of encouragement for their team, not against the opposing team. This is evidenced by the absence of booing and vulgarities. Spectators must also show proper acceptance of officials’ judgment. Artificial noisemakers are not permitted during provincial championship tournaments/events. These noisemakers may include but are not limited to: air horns, cow bells, plastic tube horns, garbage can lids, etc. The provincial championship host shall have the authority to eject from the competition facility individuals who, following a warning, refuse to comply with this re requirement.

B. Eviction for Inappropriate Language and/or Behaviour -The Executive Committee or its host/designated representative shall have authority to direct any person to immediately leave any premises or venue hosting any ASAA sanctioned event if that person:
1. exhibits rude or abusive behaviour to any other person
2. uses vulgar, obscene or abusive language and/or gestures
3. fails to promptly follow any reasonable direction given to that person by the designated ASAA representative

The Executive Committee or its designated representative shall have the authority to notify local law enforcement personnel of the failure of any person to immediately comply with a direction to leave any premises or venue hosting any ASAA sanctioned event.

All athletes, coaches and spectators are expected to abide by the ASAA code of ethics. Information regarding the ASAA’s code of ethics can be found on Pages 26-30 of their 2017/18 ASAA Official Handbook.

Sportsmanship Awards
Every ASAA Provincial Championship will receive 5 sportsmanship pins to distribute to individuals during the event. There will also be a team Sportsmanship award presented. The Sportsmanship committee (Katelyn Trieu, Kevin Chambers, Ted Fearey) will be responsible for selecting recipients of the ASAA’s sportsmanship pins and the team award.

Sportsmanship is vitally important and highly valued by the ASAA. A Sportsmanship plaque will be awarded to the team that displays appropriate conduct &sportsmanship both individually and at a team level throughout the Championship. Pins will be handed out throughout the Championship to individuals &spectators who display sportsmanship in their words & actions. The sportsmanship committee will be deciding who receives these awards.

Teams may request a copy of game sheets following their games. Following each game the scores will be updated on the website and on the draw board posted just outside of the court area.

Free parking for over 900 vehicles
Convenient bus lay-by at east entrance to accommodate team buses

Concession/Coaches Lounge
The venue will have concessions for food service provided by Millennium Place. There will be a coaches lounge where snacks and beverages will be provided.

Sherwood Park and the city of Edmonton have a large number of affordable hotels available depending on the amenities that your team is looking for.

Venue Rules
The venue is a smoke-free facility. Millennium Place is an open facility used by many different groups and people. We ask that all athletes, coaches, and spectators are respectful of other patrons of the facility.
**Old Scona Academic High School is not responsible for any lost or stolen items. Please inform your teams to take care of their personal belongings.**

First Aid
First aid/Athletic Therapy will NOT be available at the gym during tournament play. Teams must provide their own med kits, supplies and personnel. Ice will be available upon request for injuries. Ice machine is accessible in the Phys. Ed office which will also act as the coaches/officials room.

All games will be available at ASAA.live.