Updates that include the Sports Calendar and Technical Packages can be found here.
February 20, 2021 was a celebration of ONE YEAR TO GO until the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games take place in Regina! Check out the One Year Out Video. February 20-26, 2022 will be the Sask Games Competition in Regina of 7 days. 9 District Teams. 17 sports. 1,800+ participants. 50 years. Celebrating #SWG2022. The event will also mark the 50th anniversary of the biennial Saskatchewan Games, which alternate between summer and winter on corresponding Olympic years.
Join the Saskatchewan Games Council with their United in Sport Challenge.
Futsal to debut at the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games. What is Futsal? Futsal is the only version of the indoor game recognized by FIFA. It is played 5-aside on a smaller, hard court surface, with a low bounce ball that allows each player to make technical and tactical decisions in a productive environment that still encourages the physical and social elements associated with soccer. Read more about it!
The Leadership Team for these Games includes our Community Consultant, Crystal Longman, as one of the two Vice-Chairs. Crystal’s exemplary qualifications and passion for sports, community and inclusion will provide great leadership for all involved in the Games. Click here to read the announcement of the Leadership Team leading up to the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games (SWG).
2021 Saskatchewan Summer Games CALLED OFF Due To Health & Safety Concerns
“To protect the health and safety of the athletes, volunteers, spectators, event staff, and residents of Lloydminster, the Saskatchewan Games Council, the City of Lloydminster, and the Lloydminster 2020 Host Society jointly announce the cancellation of the 2021 Saskatchewan Summer Games.” You can read the Media Release as well as Questions & Answers.
TEAM PRAIRIE CENTRAL participants at the Saskatchewan Winter Games in North Battleford February 18-24, 2018 Saskatchewan Winter Games In North Battleford has the Roster, Results, Newsletters, Banner Carriers & Flag Bearers, Sports/Age Classification and the Participant Handbook.
- To provide an athlete-centered multi-sport experience that compliments provincial sport governing bodies, long term athlete and coach developmental plans, generally in the LTAD ‘Train to Train’ stage of development
- To identify Saskatchewan participants with the potential to advance to higher levels of competition (Provincial Team, National Competitions, Canada Games, Western Canada Summer Games, North American Indigenous Games)
- To enhance community development through a sport legacy of upgraded equipment, facilities, experienced officials, cultural understanding and appreciation, and a corps of volunteers
- To motivate participants to achieve higher level of sport skill and physical well being
- To promote athlete, coach and official development programs within all Districts in the province
- To provide a provincial showcase which increases public awareness and support for amateur sport in Saskatchewan
- To generate economic and tourism benefits within the host community and surrounding area.