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Brandon Barbarians

Jon B. Reilly Field Hilton Avenue | 204-728-2735

The Brandon Barbarians Rugby Football Club has been a fixture in Westman since 1981 and never disappoints fans looking for an exciting game to watch! These guys and gals scrum for possession, run for the try zone, bleed for the team and love for the game! Find the John Reilly Fields to check out a home game or take a road trip to see the senior teams compete in the Manitoba Rugby Union!

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Brandon University Bobcats

2010 Louise Ave | 204-727-9756

Brandon is home to some of the best basketball and volleyball played in Canada as the Bobcats compete for national glory with the top teams in U SPORTS from October to March. Beyond the excitement delivered by the all-stars on the court, the Healthy Living Centre (HLC) and game-day staff provide top-notch concessions and amenities as part of a first-class fan experience.

The action heads outdoors in September and October as the Bobcats soccer teams build on BU's proud athletic tradition by competing in the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference at HLC Field, bringing home back-to-back women's championships in 2016 and 2017.

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Brandon Wheat Kings

2-1175 18th Street | 204-726-3535

The Brandon Wheat Kings have a long and successful history in our community and are a Brandon icon that is recognizable across Canada. Playing more than 35 homes games in Westoba Place Arena, Wheat Kings games provide a fun, high-energy atmosphere for everyone - from the devout hockey fan to the armchair cheerleader. Fans can expect edge-of-your-seat hockey as talented young athletes compete for coveted NHL draft opportunities, putting their heart and soul into Canada's game every night. On the lighter side, guests can enjoy interactive fan experiences throughout the game and on-ice shenanigans during intermissions, making Wheat Kings games a perfect date night or family outing option from September to March each year. Keep an eye out for Willy, the Wheat King's mascot and participate in many special events and promotions throughout the season. Head to the game early for great food and drink deals at the Keystone Centre's Hockey House, right next door to the arena. Come out and cheer on the Wheat Kings this season, you might be part of hockey history in the making!

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Wheat City Whiskey Jacks

The Wheat City Whiskey Jacks are the newest team in the Expedition League, which is an elite summer collegiate baseball circuit that promotes affordable family entertainment. 

Whiskey Jacks' home games are played at Andrews Field, located at 2000 Hilton Avenue in Brandon. For season ticket information, call (605) 593-0970 or visit the team’s website at www.wheatcitywhiskeyjacks.com

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Golf

 

Deer Ridge Golf Course

8 Deer Ridge Road | 204-726-1545

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Glen Lea Golf Course

Six KM east of 1st Street on Lori Road | 204-728-9090

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Mulligan’s Driving Range and Practice Centre

0.1 KM west of Brandon on Victoria Avenue | 204-728-7750

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Northern Pines Golf Course

1127 Braecrest Drive | 204-728-6967

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Shilo Golf & Country Club

CFB Shilo | 204-765-3623

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Sunnyside Golf Club

One KM west of Brandon on Richmond Avenue | 204-728-2374

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Wheat City Golf Course

3500 McDonald Avenue | 204-729-2177

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Hockey

 

Westoba Place at the Keystone Centre

1-1175-18th Street | 204-726-3500

Westoba Place is home to the Brandon Wheat Kings. Complete with 5 dressing rooms, 3 concessionaires, adequate bathrooms and a Private Suite level, it is Westman's premiere hockey venue. The Keystone Centre is also home to the Enns Bros. Arena and Kinsmen Arena, known as the twin arenas. Their unique parallel design allows them to share a concessionaire. Each arena has five dressing rooms (including referee's room), brand-new portable bleachers (900 capacity), electronic score clocks and in-arena sound system, with bathrooms for each arena conveniently located on the Main Street concourse.

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Brandon’s Community Sportsplex

30 Knowlton Drive Brandon | 204-729-2470

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Martial Arts

 

Brandon Boxing Club

1417 Rosser Avenue | 204-570-2634

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Capoeira Guanabara

31A 9th Street | 204-901-0410

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Empower Boxing

126-10th Street | 204-724-5933

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Peak Boxing Club

863 - 10th Street | 204-727-7016

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WAMMA Brandon (MMA)

1203 Princess Avenue | 204-570-2990

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Racquetball and Squash

 

Brandon's Community Sportsplex

30 Knowlton Drive | 204-729-2470

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Peak Performance & Athletics

863-10th Street | 204-727-7016

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Rugby and Soccer

 

Canada Games Park - John Reilly Field

John Avenue between 18th Street & 26th Street | 204-727-7016

The Rugby Park was built in memory of John Reilly, with two full-sized rugby fields and complete spectator seating!

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Green Acres Community Centre

411 Queens Avenue East | 204-761-8745

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Tennis

 

Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School

1930-1st Street 

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Queen Elizabeth Park

200 26th Street North 

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Stanley Park

1410 Princess Avenue

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Valleyview Community Park & Playground

77 Whillier Drive

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Westridge Community Park

61 Silverbirch Drive

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Wheat City Tennis Courts

3500 McDonald Avenue

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Volleyball

 

Kin Park

Aberdeen and 3rd Street

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Stanley Park

1410 Princess Avenue

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Mulligan's Driving Range and Practice Centre

0.1 KM west of Brandon on Victoria Avenue

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Valleyview Community Park & Playground

77 Whillier Drive

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Westridge Community Park

61 Silverbirch Drive

 

Westview Playground

Wedgewood Bay and Weston Bay