KOREAN CANADIAN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Dream - Build - Excel
Our aspirations with hockey and the community, within the city of Toronto and abroad, are as big as the game itself. Looking towards the future we are planning to broaden our efforts and devote attention towards the youth with the orientation of youth house leagues, along with coaching and training programs.
Since its inception in 2007 KCAA has made basketball one of its prime focus sports for the Korean community here in Toronto. Having seen in the past very little outlet for Korean basketball players to gather and play together, KCAA felt that it was vital to provide some sort of basketball outlet to Torontonian Koreans.
Whether through hosting our own annual golf tournaments, by managing and organizing golf tournaments for other organizations, or by providing educational workshops, the KCAA is committed to providing quality golfing events for people of all levels and age groups.
Who We Are
The KCAA is a non-profit organization that encourages and enables Korean Canadians to dream, build and excel in and through sport.
Registrations for Season 1 & 2 for the 2023-2024 KCAA Future Stars Hockey Program is coming!
Registrations will open on Friday Sept 22 at 8am. There is a maximum of 25 students per class per season, so please be sure to sign up early!
Please check our Hocky Youth section for more information.
The 2023 Fall Season of our Dream Big Youth Basketball Program his now taking registrations!
This will be for both the 4-7 and 8-12 age groups.
TKAA and TKT Basketball, in partnership with Jr NBA, are proud to offer and exciting opportunity for children ages 4-7 and 8-12 to participate in our Youth Basketball Program! All skill levels are welcome.
Please check our Basketball Youth section for more information.
The 2023 Arirang Golf Classic is upon us! For more information or to register, please visit https://aafcc.ca/golf2023/
We have seen an incredible improvement in the skating and skills of both of our sons, 3yr (learn to skate) and 6 yr (beginner hockey). The coaches-to-skaters/players ratio works well for both groups, giving each child a decent amount of personal attention. The classes are fun, engaging, and focus on developing skills. Great job by the coaches and parent volunteers! We look forward to the next season!M & J
Kids really enjoyed the KCAA Future Stars Hockey Program! Both my kids play hockey and were looking for additional ice time to develop some core hockey skills. Coach Kyle and all the assistants were great with the kids and adapted to each child’s skill level. Drills were fun, engaging and challenged the boys. We look forward to Season 2!Elaine
Our son was a true beginner skater and over the 7 months in the Future Stars Hockey Program, advanced into a beginner hockey player! The amazing instructors and volunteers made it an exciting and supportive experience – he always looked forward to seeing his new friends and especially partaking in the fun & competitive activities at the end! Signing up for another session as the progress is too good to stop here!’J Chan
My five year old daughter, Alexandra had her first skating lesson with KCAA and I was amazed by the undivided attention she received in the class. She gets nervous about trying things for the first time and has been scared for this lesson for weeks. As she timidly stepped onto the ice, the teacher immediately swooped in and poured her with positive encouragement. He was patient, gentle and knew how to build my daughter’s confidence. The lesson incorporated few games/activities which made the skating more entertaining and fun for young kids! She finished her first lesson with a huge smile and wanted to go back on ice for extra practice! I highly recommend this program and can’t wait for her to try other KCAA programs. So grateful for such a passionate group of leaders and teachers.C Song