LCBA = Leduc & County Basketball Association, a Leduc & area community based volunteer organization for both basketball training and competitive gameplay.
  = Edmonton Youth Basketball Association,  a Edmonton & area community based volunteer organization for competitive youth basketball gameplay.   The LCBA is a member of the EYBA league.
ABA = Alberta Basketball Association, the governing body organization for the sport of basketball in Alberta. The EYBA is a member of the ABA. 
UXX = Under XX=Player Age, youth divisions are based on age.


The EYBA provides:

  • Gyms for league games, schedules, and referee coordination and scheduling. 
  • Maintains a league website for information as well as game schedules and results.
  • Provide a disciplinary component to the leagues to enforce fair play and compliance.
  • They work with Alberta Basketball (ABA) on training, Provincials, referees and player development issues.


Registration for our fall season typically opens at the beginning of July, the exact date posted on our LCBA website and Facebook group before the end of June.

For under 9 year old groups, the season starts in September till March.

For 10 to 14 year old (competitive) groups, the season starts with player evaluations near the end of August or beginning of September.

  • The player evaluation dates and times per division to be posted along with registration notice in July.
  • For high competitive teams (Tier I or Tier II), there is also a EYBA seeding tournament in mid-September to determine eligibility by the EYBA.
  • The first of EYBA regular season games will begin September / early October going through to Christmas break.
  • After the break the regular season continues January and February.
  • Playoffs are held at the start of March, followed by top tier teams from these will be eligible for Provincial championships early March. 

For 15 to 17 year old (U18) groups Community season starts in September till March.

  • Open to all players who will not be playing on a High School team
  • Player who intend on playing on high school team must not register with the LCBA U18 Community team.
    • Alberta Schools Athletic Association (ASAA) rules prohibit both Junior varsity and Senior varsity High School players from playing non-ASAA (ie: Community) basketball teams during the same season.
  • EYBA runs the Fall Season first, then runs the Winter season after the holiday break. 


Practices occur once a week in the evenings at school gyms within Leduc or at the Leduc Recreational Center.

  • Practice times are arranged by the Gym coordinator as requested by the team head coach. 
  • Games are scheduled by the EYBA and take place in Edmonton & surrounding areas.
  • Should your regular practice time change due to a school closure, your respective coach will inform you directly.
  • Please note that if it is a school PD Day, there will be no practice at the school as schools are closed to public groups on those days.
  • Alternate practice arrangements may be made at the head coaches request to the Gym Coordinator, and your head coach will communicate this directly to player parents as well as updated on the team website.


All LCBA coaches are volunteers; and most often, parents of players.

  • Teams greatly benefit when there is a Coach & Assistant Coach to assist with coaching and teaching the sport of basketball to the youth.
  • All coaches are offered full reimbursement for coaching courses in line with ABA nd the NCCP coaching pathway. 
  • All coaches must clear a criminal record check.
  • Head Coaches are eligible to receive a credit for (1) child's registration fees for the season.


All player registrations are a determined on first-paid/registered, first-serve basis for available LCBA Community teams*.

*The number of LCBA Community teams available is determined by:

  • the number of registered players, typically 8 to 12 per competitive team
  • the number of available head coaches
  • the number of available gym spaces for practices


LCBA will make every effort to find coaches for all teams. However, if no parent volunteers and an alternate coach cannot be found, the team will be disbanded.

  • If a player cannot be transferred to another team, their registration fees will be refunded.


Under 9 year old team (U9) teams are assigned randomly based on number of registered players. 

  • Parents wishing to have players/friends on the same (non-competitive) team can make a request with the LCBA Registrar, however the registrar is not obligated to accommodate requests.

For 10 year old to 14 year old (U11, U13, U15) competitive teams, registered players are evaluated and placed into teams based on both their individual skill level and team dynamics.

  • Player evaluations are performed by a mixture of coaches & other knowledgeable individuals who are impartial to team selections.
  • Players/parents should have no preconceptions of which competitive team level they will be placed on.
  • Players are assigned to their respective teams after player evaluations are completed. 
  • Player team assignments are completed after consultation with the teams' head coach.

For 15 year old to 17 year old (U18) teams:

  • Player team assignments are completed at the discretion of the head coaches.

Team placement decisions are final.

  • The LCBA Executive Committee will only intervene in team placements under the rare instances there is sufficient evidence of procedural misconduct or a flagrant disregard for fairness.

Team rosters will be displayed on the website and the respective head coach will contact each player on his/her roster to introduce themselves and further communicate details of the team.


Fees you pay cover the following expenses:

  • EYBA league & referee fees
  • ABA fees / Insurance
  • Coaching clinics
  • Equipment (Jerseys, Score Clocks, Basketballs, Pylons, Etc)
  • First aid supplies
  • and LCBA administration & operating costs.  


Registration is completed thru the online registration system on our website and is considered completed upon payment. Should the online registration not be started or completed, that player cannot be placed on a team/attend practices for liability reasons.  As well, there is a zero-tolerance policy for incomplete registrations and league game play.  If coaches have players with incomplete registrations, their player names will not show up on the Team - Players list on the website and the coach will know that he/she must bench that player until the parent completes it.     

  • The LCBA will not be following up directly with parents with incomplete registration
  • The onus is on the parent to make sure their player registration is complete

In the event the full registration process has not been completed;

  • That player will not be registered with EYBA, and subsequently, if that player plays in games, their team is declared ineligible by playing and that team will be forced to forfeit any past games in which that player has participated.


The LCBA estimates the numbers of teams and available player spots at the start of registration.  Players will be put onto a team WAITING LIST after the estimated team spots are filled.

  • Waiting list players will only be placed on a team if:
    • There are a sufficient number of players to form an additional team.
    • There is a head coach available to run the additional team.
  • Player parents on the waiting list will be contacted if there is available space on a team.
  • All players must complete their registration/fees before they will be officially placed on a team.


Division   Ball Size 
U7 (Ages 5-6) Size 5 (27.5) 
U9 (Ages 7-8) Size 5 (27.5) 
U11 (Ages 9-10)  Size 5 (27.5) 
U13 / U15 Girls / U18 Girls Size 6 (28.5)
U15 Boys / U18 Boys  Size 7 (29.5)


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