Skip to content

Capital Faceoff

  • Gender: Male
  • Dates: June 27-30, 2024
  • Age: 2011-2017
  • Location: Ottawa, ON & Gatineau, QC
  • Elite Division
  • Male Event
  • Team-Entry
  • Hometown Series

Event Details

Join us for our inaugural Capital Face-Off where you can compete in an Elite division. Enjoy a private event for players and families on the Saturday evening. Don't miss out on the fun- register today!

With Ottawa being the capital of Canada there is no shortage of things to do. Wanting to see where all the magic happens for Canada? Go for a tour of the Parliament of Canada. Want to see some amazing art? Check out the National Gallery of Canada! Just a short drive away is the beautiful Gatineau Quebec which follows the bank of the Ottawa River. Head over to Jacques Cartier National Park and have a picnic looking at some awesome views! 

Division: Elite

Ages: U13 (2011), U12 (2012), U11 (2013), U10 (2014), U9 (2015), U8 (2016), U7 (2017) 

Event Details:

  • 5-game guarantee (3 x 15 min)
  • Awards for champions and finalists
  • Player of the game awards 
Cost: $2395 CAD


  • Name: Jake McDermott
  • Email:
  • Phone: 613-868-0385

Inquire Today!


  • Centre Slush Puppie

    500 de la Cité
    Gatineau, QC J8T 0H3
    Get Directions
  • Minto Sports Complex

    801 King Edward Ave
    Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5
    Get Directions

Things To Do

  • National Gallery of Canada

    The National Gallery of Canada is home to one of the finest collections of Indigenous and Canadian art in the world
    See More
  • Jacques Cartier National Park

    Jacques-Cartier Park offers numerous recreational opportunities. The Capital Trail , which runs through it, makes it a great place for a pleasant walk with views of the river. The vast grassy areas of the park are ideal for spreading out your blanket and having a picnic. The park also hosts a marina, where the Hull marina and a public wharf are located.
    See More
  • Parliament of Canada

    The Parliament of Canada is the federal legislature of Canada, seated at Parliament Hill in Ottawa!
    See More

Reach Out