WELCOME TO THE TEAM, CHAMP!

Our goal is to get our families and communities moving and active en français through sport and physical and recreational activity in Manitoba.

You can take part in a variety of ways by volunteering, coaching, or even participating in a number of our programs and community outreach events.

Learn more about our mission, vision, values, objectives, and programs below.

Programming

FRANCOFUN SOCCER

FrancoFUN Soccer offers recreational soccer programs in French to children ages 3 to 10 in a number of urban and rural Francophone communities. The program, which combines playing for fun, learning basic moves, and developing motor and sports skills, supports the Long Term Athlete (or Participant) Development (LTAD) approach. FrancoFUN Soccer develops physical literacy, teamwork, and Francophone cultural identity in youth.

SPORTS & OUTDOOR CAMPS

The Sports and outdoor camps offer youth ages 5 to12 a variety of sports, physical and recreational activities in French in a number of Francophone communities during the summer break. The program supports and promotes physical activity, health, physical literacy, teamwork, and Francophone identity and pride.

SPORTS CLUB: FENCING

The Sports Club offers youth ages 6 to 13 a beginner fencing program in French. The Club promotes progressive improvement in fundamental motor skills, including agility, balance, coordination and speed, and developing fundamental sporting skills through a structured training program taught by instructors certified by the Manitoba Fencing Association (MFA). The program supports the Long Term Athlete (or Participant) Development (LTAD) approach. The Fencing Club also promotes the inclusion and participation of marginalized and under-represented Francophone youth.

SPORTS CLUB: SKATING

The Sports Club offers youth ages 6 to 13 a beginner skating program in French. The Club promotes progressive improvement in fundamental motor skills, including agility, balance, coordination and speed, and developing fundamental sporting skills through a structured training program taught by instructors certified by the City of Winnipeg. The program supports the Long Term Athlete (or Participant) Development (LTAD) approach. The Skating Club also promotes the inclusion and participation of marginalized and underrepresented Francophone youth.

FRANCOPHONE BONSPIEL

A Franco-Manitoban tradition since 1972, the Manitoba Francophone Community Bonspiel is an annual curling tournament in French that brings together novice and advanced curling enthusiasts to have fun as a community and to celebrate the sport and Manitoba’s Francophone culture.