Road Hockey with Heart
Roadbreakers is Celebrating 30 years!
Tournament schedules are available. Please check the schedule page for your division schedule and game times!
Our 30th and Final Road Hockey Tournament will take place Saturday, May 2nd, 2015.
This is it! The Waterloo Roadbreakers Road Hockey Tournament is retiring! Help us make our final tournament our biggest and best yet! For 30 years the tournament has been breaking records and roads with the motto of kids helping kids. This year we are inviting EVERYONE to play! Tournament alumni, newcomers, friends and fans of ALL AGES are invited to dig out their hockey sticks and play in this years tournament! Our last shot is going to be our best shot with all proceeds from the tournament going to support our charity partner of many years Central Ontario Developmental Riding Program/ Pride Stables.
Can’t play, but would still like to help make a difference? Donate to Pride Stables online by clicking the “Donate Now” button above and follow the instructions!
Check out some pictures from previous tournaments!
Thanks to John Wills Photography for the pictures and slideshow!
For info contact email@example.com
Since 1985, thousands of young road hockey enthusiasts have participated in our annual 4 on 4 Roadbreakers Road Hockey Tournament in Waterloo, Ontario. More than just a lot of fun, Roadbreakers is road hockey with heart. From the very beginning, it’s been all about kids helping kids, with tournament proceeds donated to local youth charities.
Held each year, in a parking lot at the University of Waterloo, the tournament has grown steadily each year. During last year’s event, more than 1,000 boys and girls played nearly 500 hockey games to raise over $15,000. To-date, more than 27,500 participants and volunteers have raised close to $380,000 for local youth charities.
Our Charity of Choice
After donating to various local youth charities during its first decade, Roadbreakers conducted a charitable organization selection process and adopted Therapeutic Horseback Riding as their charity of choice.Horseback riding provides both physical and mental benefits ranging from an increase in muscle control, balance as well as the development of independence and self-confidence.
Roadbreakers is proud to help make a difference by working with Central Ontario Developmental Riding Program-Pride Stables, who provide such a unique form of therapy to hundreds of children in our communities. For more information on our charity of choice, click in the About Us section.