Join the City Circuit

EA City Circuit

Show Your Hometown Pride in EA City Circuit!

Compete for your hometown or city in EA City Circuit! Rack up points in matches, contributing to your local team’s overall score. After each tournament, standings will be updated, tracking your city’s progress towards the top! The city with the most points at the finals claims the coveted EA Cup. Get ready to race for hometown glory! Division 1 (D1) and Division 2 (D2) are offered for different skill levels.

You can sign up on our website and we will place you on the team you have chosen and invite you to the group chat. Join one of these teams:

Newmarket, Aurora, Peterborough, Brampton, Bradford, Courtice, King City, Uxbridge, East Gwillimbury, Tottenham, Sutton, Norwood, Nobleton, Bowmanville, Toronto, Keswick, Newcastle, Ajax, Oro-medonte, Barrie, Owensound, Port Elgin, Kincardine, Richmond Hill, Markham, King City, Nobleton, Erin, Stouffville Vaughan, Mississauga, Cannington, North York

Please send us an email if you have any questions. (pickleball@elevationathletics.ca)

Next Event:
 

Day: Sat, May 25th
Time: 10am-5pm
Fee: $35 per player/$70 per team of 2
Location: Sutton Curling Club (15 Fairpark Ln, Sutton West, ON L0E 1R0) 

Details:
There will be 6 teams max per division.
You are guaranteed 3 sets of games
Games are played to 11, win by 2
Time slots for D1 and D2 will be as follows:
D2 (beginners) will be playing in the morning, D1 (intermediate will be playing in the afternoon).

Tentative schedule for remaining weekends:

  • June 15th – Finals 
EA City FAQ:

1. How many people are on a team?
A: Two people on a team

2. How are points calculated?
A: All points for every game will go towards your townships final score.

3. How do I decide which division to enter?
A: D1 and D2 are the 2 divisions to choose from, D2 is played in the mornings, D1 is played in the afternoon.
D1 is for advanced/intermediate/elite level players. D2 is for beginner/intermediate players.

4. How many games am I guaranteed to play?
A: 3 sets games guaranteed (6 games, with the potential for 9 games)

5. How many points are games played to?
A: Games are played to 11, win by 2

6. Are there prizes?
A: The prize is awarded to the team with the most points at the end of the circuit. The prize will be a free clinic for their group, or a free pickleball event.