SElect Partners & Affiliates

Steve Nash Youth Basketball is a national youth basketball initiative designed to develop fundamental skills, sportsmanship and a love for the game of basketball. This grassroots program supports and empowers community-based recreational groups and facilities, schools and other institutions across Canada in an effort to positively influence youth through basketball. The goal of the program is to allow participants the opportunity to maximize their potential, while promoting the importance of youth basketball as a vehicle to build character, discipline and self-esteem.


Established in 1958, the London Minor Football Association (LMFA) operates each year as a non-competitive minor football league in London and St. Thomas, Ontario. Every fall, over 700 young boys and girls play football in the LMFA's three age divisions: TYKE, ATOM and PEEWEE. 

The LMFA operates under two basic objectives: (i) to promote and foster support for minor league and youth football programs in London and Southwestern Ontario; and (ii) to provide opportunities and encouragement for youngsters to participate in football, develop skills, and promote sportsmanship.

The LMFA operates in eight playing centres within London and the surrounding area. The LMFA is proud to welcome all young players regardless of gender, playing experience, or skill level. The LMFA and its coaches promote growth in young people by teaching teamwork, fair play, dedication, and sportsmanship.


The Eager Beaver Baseball Association (EBBA) is a London-based co-ed baseball organization that offers baseball to children and young adults from ages four to 21.

EBBA is London's oldest youth baseball program and was founded in 1955 with the help of former Major League Baseball player Frank Colman. EBBA has a long and successful history, and it remains one of the largest baseball programs in the city and area.

EBBA provides a fun and wholesome atmosphere for youth athletes and their families.


With its beginnings in 1987, London Ramblers Basketball has grown from a single girls team participating in tournaments to a dynamic program offering a wide range of basketball activities to young athletes. This program offers basketball leagues for boys and girls ages eight to 19.

London Ramblers Basketball also offers a variety of summer basketball camps and programs as well as winter tournaments for boys' and girls' teams.

London Ramblers Basketball is an incorporated not for profit youth organization, and it is run by volunteers.