Beach Handball is BACK!

Your favourite summer sport is back! That is right Beach Handball has returned to Toronto.

Join us at Woodbine Beach to play one of the fastest growing sports in the world. No experience necessary and it is free to everyone including club members and the general public. To learn when the next drop-in sessions is and plan your trip, visit the Handball Schedule. Games take place on the each side of the washrooms.

Note: Handball Schedule subject change including cancelations and additions with limited notice.

Handball Club Toronto Wins Gold at US Nationals

It was a tournament to remember for the Senior Men’s Team, earning the gold medal at the US Nationals Open Division Two. From start to finish the team was dominant showcasing their poise, experience and resilience, never dropping a game throughout the tournament in Adrian, Michigan.

Opening the competition in the seeding stage, the men won in convincing fashion over the Long Island Tigers beating them by 13 goals with a final score of 26-13 and followed that up with another comfortable win against DC Diplomats with a score of 28-21. Going into the knockout stage, they faced a strong Columbus Armada team in the semi-final, but were able to persevere winning 26-22. Punching their ticket to the final, they showed the entire field why they were the best in the division, beating the Wolves Team Handball Club 29-17 for the championship.

Left-back Alexis Renaud was named tournament Most Valuable Player (MVP) and goalie Julien Renaud was named Most Valuable Goalkeeper (MVG) in the division. Alexis, along with Juan Sotes and Jason Miller were also named as Impact Players by The American Handball Company.

On the women’s side, they showed immense strength and resilience throughout the tournament placing 6th in the women’s division. Despite being down players early, the team came together to play some fantastic handball.

In the first game the women lost a tough fight at the hands of Cal Heat with a score of 17-23, but rebounded in the second game, with a three-goal win against LA Team Handball Club 23-20. In their third game, it was a battle of Canada and the future National Champions Handball Quebec got the better of our ladies winning 9-23. In the final game of the seeding rounds, Toronto came back strong defeating New York with a score of 18-11. Playing for 5th place, the women came out strong and despite a balanced attack, lost a heart breaker to Cal Heat by one goal with a final score of 20-21.

Special thanks to some of the women’s players from Quebec who joined our club for the competition. Congratulations to all the other teams, and big thank you to USA Team Handball and Detroit Handball Club for a fantastic tournament.

US Nationals and practice cancelled

Our Men and Women team will compete at the US National Championship in Adrian, Michigan, USA from May 13th to May 15th.

Since most of the players will participating in the competition. The following practices are cancelled:

  • Thursday May 12th
  • Saturday May 14th

Please check the schedule for more information: Events

New Province restrictions

The Ontario government announced more COVID-19 restrictions on Monday, January 3rd due to the rapid spread of the Omicron variant. Practices are cancelled until January 31th 2022. Practice should restart on February 5th, 2022.

Schedule update and practice location change

With the reopening of the school gyms permits for Not-For-Profit organizations we will go back to our pre-COVID practice location. The full schedule for 2021 has been updated (see HERE).

The new gymnasium is located in Danforth Collegiate Institute of Technical Institute. The closest subway is Donlands (Line 2) and there is a big parking accessible from Glebeholme boulevards for those who are driving.