Flyers announce return of ‘Learn to Play’ Ball Hockey Program

Registration is open for the Philadelphia Flyers’ summer hockey program for kids ages 3-9.

Philadelphia Flyers Ball Hockey Group Photo with Gritty, Patrick Brown, and Ice Team. (Photo courtesy of the Flyers)
Philadelphia Flyers Ball Hockey Group Photo with Gritty, Patrick Brown, and Ice Team. (Photo courtesy of the Flyers)

Philadelphia Flyers founder Ed Snider was passionate about youth hockey, and the franchise continues to honor that legacy with the return of yet another youth initiative this summer.

The Flyers’ ‘Learn to Play’ Ball Hockey Program returns this summer for kids ages 3-9. Aimed at making hockey more accessible, convenient, and affordable for families across the region, the program enters its third year after introducing more than 800 kids across its first two years.

New this go-around is expansion of the program to host sites in Pottstown, PA and Mays Landing, NJ. For parents, it’s a four-to-six-week-long program staring at $35 and includes Flyers-branded equipment as well as a street hockey stick and ball.

Head to PhiladelphiaFlyers.com/BallHockey to register — dates and locations below:

Gloucester Township, NJ | May 13 – June 10

Northeast Philadelphia | May 13 – June 10

Marlton, NJ | May 15 – June 19

Pottstown, PA | May 15 – June 26

Maple Shade, NJ | May 17 – June 14

Mays Landing, NJ | May 18 – June 8

Monroe Township, NJ | May 21 – June 25