MEMBERSHIP

Starting on June 7, 2021, Pickleball Alberta (PA) and affiliated clubs plan are now using the Pickleball Canada National System (PCNS).  Some affiliated clubs will open up their membership registrations later this year or in the future as they are ready.  Members trying to join or renew with one of these clubs will see a message that registrations are disabled.

Join or Renew – the registration process

Active Members can also click here to access their profile in PCNS using the same email as they have used when registering with their club or Pickleball Alberta and Pickleball Canada as an individual member.

Members should access their profile to:

  • keep their contact information current,
  • join other clubs in Alberta,
  • renew their memberships during the annual renewal period, and
  • access other system features as they are developed (stay tuned!).

If you’ve never accessed PCNS before, at the login page press the “Forgot Password” link. You will then get an email with instructions for setting your password. Check your spam folder if you don’t see this email within 10 minutes.

 

CLUBS

The following Alberta clubs are affiliated with Pickleball Alberta and Pickleball Canada.

Club Resource information – for the Pickleball Canada National System (PCNS)

PA has been working with Pickleball Canada and other provincial sports organizations since 2018 to develop an integrated system that will handle membership joins and renews for all levels – individual, club, province and national.  The key driver to develop a national system is to dramatically reduce the amount of volunteer time spent in processing memberships and to improve the quality of membership information.  An effective national system is an important requirement for Pickleball Canada to become a recognized National Sports Organization. To access more information and resources for your club, click here.