If you're interested in participating in the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games as an athlete, coach, manager, official, or mission staff, please submit your contact information here and you'll be contacted by your respective PSO/District as more information becomes available.
The 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games will showcase the talents of approximately 1,800 of the province's top young athletes, competing for nine Districts in 17 different sports. More information on the athlete selection process of each sport can be found in the individual Sport Technical Packages available here.
Those interested in trying out for the Saskatchewan Games are encouraged to visit the Provincial Sport Organization's (PSO) website and/or the respective District's website for more information on try-out dates. Try-out and District Playdown dates will be available as of October 31, 2021 and will take place from around December 2021 through early February 2022. Learn more here.
Coaches & Managers
If you are interested in being a coach or manager at the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games, please contact the Provincial Sport Organization (PSO) responsible for your sport of interest. Each PSO is responsible for naming the coaches for each District team. For more information on the level of certification required to coach, review the technical package for your sport available here.
When available, coach/manager applications are linked here.
If you have questions or would like to reach out to your PSO, contact the Provincial Technical Liason or their website listed here.
Mission Staff are an integral component of each District Team. They are a group of volunteers who are responsible for the effective management, operation, administration, and supervision of their District Team prior to and during the Games.
For more information on what a Mission Staff does or how to get involved, contact your respective District Team coordinator.
Nearly 200 major officials will be required throughout the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games to officiate the 17 sports taking place. Assisting them will be approximately 200 minor officials. To learn the difference between a minor and major official and for a list of which official's certifications are required, review the individual Sport Technical Packages which can be found here.
If you are interested in becoming an official or to learn more about the requirements, contact your sport's Provincial Technical Liason.